Electrophysiological indices of selective auditory attention in subjects with and without tinnitus.

@article{Jacobson1996ElectrophysiologicalIO,
  title={Electrophysiological indices of selective auditory attention in subjects with and without tinnitus.},
  author={Gary P. Jacobson and John Calder and Craig W. Newman and Erica L Peterson and Jonathan Wharton and B K Ahmad},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={1996},
  volume={97 1-2},
  pages={66-74}
}
The present investigation was conducted in an attempt to determine whether selective auditory attention abilities differed between normal subjects and subjects with bothersome tinnitus. Subjects were 37 adults with tinnitus and high-frequency hearing loss (not affecting thresholds at 500 and 1000 Hz) and 15 subjects who were audiometrically and otologically normal. Results suggested that an electrophysiological index of early selective auditory attention (i.e., the negative difference wave, Nd… CONTINUE READING

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