Auditory temporal processing in healthy aging: a magnetoencephalographic study

@article{Srs2008AuditoryTP,
  title={Auditory temporal processing in healthy aging: a magnetoencephalographic study},
  author={Peter S{\"o}r{\"o}s and I. Teismann and E. Manemann and B. L{\"u}tkenh{\"o}ner},
  journal={BMC Neuroscience},
  year={2008},
  volume={10},
  pages={34 - 34}
}
BackgroundImpaired speech perception is one of the major sequelae of aging. In addition to peripheral hearing loss, central deficits of auditory processing are supposed to contribute to the deterioration of speech perception in older individuals. To test the hypothesis that auditory temporal processing is compromised in aging, auditory evoked magnetic fields were recorded during stimulation with sequences of 4 rapidly recurring speech sounds in 28 healthy individuals aged 20 – 78 years… Expand
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