Technical aspects of brainstem evoked potential audiometry using tones.

@article{Stapells1981TechnicalAO,
  title={Technical aspects of brainstem evoked potential audiometry using tones.},
  author={David Richard Stapells and Terence W. Picton},
  journal={Ear and hearing},
  year={1981},
  volume={2 1},
  pages={20-9}
}
The brainstem response to brief tones contains a large vertex-positive component. If high-pass filter settings above 20 Hz are used, particularly with high rolloff slopes, the morphology of the response changes so that a vertex-negative wave becomes the most prominent component of the response. The amplitude of the response is unaffected by stimulus presentation rates of up to 35/sec. Tones with longer rise times have greater frequency specificity, but at rise times of greater than 5 msec, the… CONTINUE READING

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