Auditory associative cortex dysfunction in children with autism: evidence from late auditory evoked potentials (N1 wave–T complex)

@article{Bruneau1999AuditoryAC,
  title={Auditory associative cortex dysfunction in children with autism: evidence from late auditory evoked potentials (N1 wave–T complex)},
  author={N. Nathalie Bruneau and Sylvie Le Roux and Jean Louis Adrien and Catherine Barth{\'e}l{\'e}my},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={110},
  pages={1927-1934}
}
OBJECTIVES Auditory processing at the cortical level was investigated with late auditory evoked potentials (N1 wave-T complex) in 4-8-year-old autistic children with mental retardation and compared to both age-matched normal and mentally retarded children (16 children in each group). METHODS Two negative peaks which occurred in the 80-200 ms latency range were analyzed according to stimulus intensity level (50 to 80 dB SPL): the first culminated at fronto-central sites (N1b) and the second at… CONTINUE READING
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