Far-field recorded frequency-following responses: correlates of low pitch auditory perception in humans.

@article{Marsh1975FarfieldRF,
  title={Far-field recorded frequency-following responses: correlates of low pitch auditory perception in humans.},
  author={Justin T Marsh and W. S. Brown and Jeffrey C. Smith},
  journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology},
  year={1975},
  volume={38 2},
  pages={113-9}
}
The recent demonstration that auditory frequency-following responses (FFR) can be recorded by signal averaging from the human scalp, opened the way for studies correlating FFR with auditory experience. This report describes FFR amplitude changes as a function of stimulus intensity and the addition of masking noise. The first experiment revealed a high degree of consistency both within and across subjects in the latency, phase and waveform of averaged FFR. This experiment also demonstrated a… CONTINUE READING

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