Cross-linguistic comparison of frequency-following responses to voice pitch in American and Chinese neonates and adults.

Abstract

OBJECTIVES Cross-language studies, as reflected by the scalp-recorded frequency-following response (FFR) to voice pitch, have shown the influence of dominant linguistic environments on the encoding of voice pitch at the brainstem level in normal-hearing adults. Research questions that remained unanswered included the characteristics of the FFR to voice… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/AUD.0b013e31821cc0df

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