Auditory brainstem response recording to multiple interleaved broadband chirps.

@article{Cebulla2012AuditoryBR,
  title={Auditory brainstem response recording to multiple interleaved broadband chirps.},
  author={Mario Cebulla and Ekkehard St{\"u}rzebecher and Manuel Don and Jochen M{\"u}ller-Mazzotta},
  journal={Ear and hearing},
  year={2012},
  volume={33 4},
  pages={466-79}
}
OBJECTIVE The simultaneous application of multiple stimuli that excite different frequency regions of the cochlea is a well-established method for recording frequency-specific auditory steady state responses. Because the stimuli are applied at different repetition rates, they actually do not appear exactly simultaneously. There is always a certain time difference between the multiple frequency-specific stimuli. This is true also for multiple interleaved broadband stimuli. Therefore, because of… CONTINUE READING
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