On the clinical relevance of mismatch negativity: results from subjects with normal hearing and cochlear implant users.

@article{Groenen1996OnTC,
  title={On the clinical relevance of mismatch negativity: results from subjects with normal hearing and cochlear implant users.},
  author={Patricia J. T. A. Groenen and Ad F. M. Snik and Paul van den Broek},
  journal={Audiology & neuro-otology},
  year={1996},
  volume={1 2},
  pages={112-24}
}
Mismatch negativity (MMN) provides an objective measure for evaluating subjects with problems related to speech processing. For a valid neurophysiological profile of speech-processing mechanisms, an efficient procedure to elicit MMNs is needed. In Experiment 1 of this study, MMN recordings were conducted in adults with normal hearing on the effects of decreasing the duration of the interstimulus interval (ISI). Shortening ISI duration does not seem to have a high impact on the individual MMN… CONTINUE READING

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