Auditory temporal processes in normal-hearing individuals and in patients with auditory neuropathy

@article{Michalewski2005AuditoryTP,
  title={Auditory temporal processes in normal-hearing individuals and in patients with auditory neuropathy},
  author={Henry J. Michalewski and A. M. Schrauwen L. Sequeira L. Stange R. C. Starr and Tin Toan Nguyen and Ying-Yee Kong and Fan-Gang Zeng},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={116},
  pages={669-680}
}
OBJECTIVE To study objectively auditory temporal processing in a group of normal hearing subjects and in a group of hearing-impaired individuals with auditory neuropathy (AN) using electrophysiological and psychoacoustic methods. METHODS Scalp recorded evoked potentials were measured to brief silent intervals (gaps) varying between 2 and 50ms embedded in continuous noise. Latencies and amplitudes of N100 and P200 were measured and analyzed in two conditions: (1) active, when using a button in… CONTINUE READING

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