Effects of amplifier type (single-ended vs. differential) and electrode placement on early auditory evoked potentials.

@article{Beattie1987EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of amplifier type (single-ended vs. differential) and electrode placement on early auditory evoked potentials.},
  author={Randall C. Beattie and Lee Ann P. Taggart},
  journal={Scandinavian audiology},
  year={1987},
  volume={16 3},
  pages={
          147-52
        }
}
The effects of amplifier type (single-ended versus differential) and electrode location on early auditory evoked potentials were investigated in normally hearing subjects. Each subject was tested with six electrode combinations using 70 dB nHL clicks. One differential recording was made for each subject by placing the non-inverting (A+), inverting (A-), and common (C) electrodes on the vertex, ipsilateral neck, and contralateral neck, respectively. Five single-ended recordings were obtained… CONTINUE READING
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