Maturation of human cortical auditory function: differences between normal-hearing children and children with cochlear implants.

@article{Ponton1996MaturationOH,
  title={Maturation of human cortical auditory function: differences between normal-hearing children and children with cochlear implants.},
  author={Curtis W. Ponton and Manuel Don and Jos J. Eggermont and Michael D Waring and A. Masuda},
  journal={Ear and hearing},
  year={1996},
  volume={17 5},
  pages={430-7}
}
OBJECTIVE We investigated maturation of cortical auditory function in normal-hearing children and in children who receive stimulation of their auditory system through a cochlear implant. DESIGN As a measure of cortical auditory function, auditory evoked responses (AERs) were recorded from normal-hearing children and adults as well as from children and adults fitted with a cochlear implant. Morphological and latency changes for evoked responses recorded at electrode Cz are reported. RESULTS… CONTINUE READING
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