Frequency contribution to the click-evoked auditory brain-stem response in human adults and infants.

@article{Abdala1995FrequencyCT,
  title={Frequency contribution to the click-evoked auditory brain-stem response in human adults and infants.},
  author={Carolina F. Abdala and Richard C Folsom},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1995},
  volume={97 4},
  pages={2394-404}
}
The results of previous research reports have led some investigators to hypothesize that frequency contribution to the infant click-evoked auditory brain-stem response (ABR) is low-frequency dominated and derived primarily from the apical cochlea. This is in contrast to latency and morphology of the adult click-evoked ABR which reflects contributions from the basal cochlea. Recent research, however, has suggested that a simple low-frequency first model of development does not adequately… CONTINUE READING

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