Speech-evoked cortical potentials and speech recognition in cochlear implant users.

@article{Groenen2001SpeechevokedCP,
  title={Speech-evoked cortical potentials and speech recognition in cochlear implant users.},
  author={Patricia J. T. A. Groenen and A. R. Morgan J. Beynon and Ad F. M. Snik and Paul van den Broek},
  journal={Scandinavian audiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={30 1},
  pages={31-40}
}
Processing in the auditory cortex may play a role in the unexplained variability in cochlear implant benefit. P300 and N1/P2 were elicited in post-lingually deaf cochlear implant users wearing a Nucleus multichannel cochlear implant. Four sound contrasts were presented (500-1,000 Hz, /ba/-/da/, /ba/-/pa/ and /i/-/a/). N1 and P2 were present in all subjects for all conditions. Prolonged N1, P2 and P300 latencies were found in the cochlear implant group compared to a control group of subjects… CONTINUE READING

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