The binaural interaction component in human ABR is stable within the 0- to 1-ms range of interaural time differences.

@article{Brantberg1999TheBI,
  title={The binaural interaction component in human ABR is stable within the 0- to 1-ms range of interaural time differences.},
  author={Krister Brantberg and H P Hansson and P A Fransson and Ulf Rosenhall},
  journal={Audiology & neuro-otology},
  year={1999},
  volume={4 2},
  pages={88-94}
}
The effect of unilaterally delayed acoustic stimuli on binaural interaction was studied in 12 subjects with normal hearing. Auditory brainstem response (ABR) was obtained in the midline between the forehead and the neck, and click stimuli were unilaterally delayed at 0.2-ms intervals in the 0- to 1-ms range. Binaural interaction was evaluated by measuring the beta wave in the binaural difference waveform, i.e. the remainder after subtracting the binaurally evoked registration from the sum of… CONTINUE READING

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