Estimating the audiogram using multiple auditory steady-state responses.

@article{Dimitrijevic2002EstimatingTA,
  title={Estimating the audiogram using multiple auditory steady-state responses.},
  author={Andrew Dimitrijevic and M. Sasha John and Patricia van Roon and David W. Purcell and Julija Adamonis and Jodi M Ostroff and Julian M. Nedzelski and Terence W. Picton},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Audiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={13 4},
  pages={205-24}
}
Multiple auditory steady-state responses were evoked by eight tonal stimuli (four per ear), with each stimulus simultaneously modulated in both amplitude and frequency. The modulation frequencies varied from 80 to 95 Hz and the carrier frequencies were 500, 1000, 2000, and 4000 Hz. For air conduction, the differences between physiologic thresholds for these mixed-modulation (MM) stimuli and behavioral thresholds for pure tones in 31 adult subjects with a sensorineural hearing impairment and 14… CONTINUE READING

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