Slow Cortical Potentials and Amplification—Part I: N1-P2 Measures

@inproceedings{Marynewich2012SlowCP,
  title={Slow Cortical Potentials and Amplification—Part I: N1-P2 Measures},
  author={Susan Marynewich and Lorienne M Jenstad and David Richard Stapells},
  booktitle={International journal of otolaryngology},
  year={2012}
}
Slow cortical potentials (SCPs) are currently of great interest in the hearing aid fitting process for infants; however, there is conflicting evidence in the literature concerning the use of SCPs for this purpose. The current study investigated SCP amplitudes and latencies in young normal-hearing listeners in response to a 60 ms duration tonal stimulus (1000 Hz) presented at three intensities (30, 50, and 70 dB SPL) in aided and unaided conditions using three hearing aids (Analog, DigitalA, and… CONTINUE READING

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