Sensitivity of cortical auditory evoked potential detection for hearing-impaired infants in response to short speech sounds

@inproceedings{Dun2012SensitivityOC,
  title={Sensitivity of cortical auditory evoked potential detection for hearing-impaired infants in response to short speech sounds},
  author={Bram van Dun and Lyndal Carter and Harvey Dillon},
  booktitle={Audiology research},
  year={2012}
}
Cortical auditory evoked potentials (CAEPs) are an emerging tool for hearing aid fitting evaluation in young children who cannot provide reliable behavioral feedback. It is therefore useful to determine the relationship between the sensation level of speech sounds and the detection sensitivity of CAEPs, which is the ratio between the number of detections and the sum of detections and non-detections. Twenty-five sensorineurally hearing impaired infants with an age range of 8 to 30 months were… CONTINUE READING
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