Cortical-evoked potentials reflect speech-in-noise perception in children.

@article{Anderson2010CorticalevokedPR,
  title={Cortical-evoked potentials reflect speech-in-noise perception in children.},
  author={Samira Anderson and Bharath Chandrasekaran and Han-Gyol Yi and Nina Kraus},
  journal={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={2010},
  volume={32 8},
  pages={1407-13}
}
Children are known to be particularly vulnerable to the effects of noise on speech perception, and it is commonly acknowledged that failure of central auditory processes can lead to these difficulties with speech-in-noise (SIN) perception. However, little is known about the mechanistic relationship between central processes and the perception of SIN. Our aims were twofold: to examine the effects of noise on the central encoding of speech through measurement of cortical event-related potentials… CONTINUE READING

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