The normal scalp topography of the middle latency auditory evoked potential Pa component following monaural click stimulation

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The scalp topography of the middle latency auditory evoked potential (MLAEP) Pa component following left and right ear click stimulation was investigated in 15 normal hearing and neurologically intact right-handed subjects. An unbiased reference was employed. The Pa component showed a broad voltage field that was recorded maximally at the Cz and Fz leads… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01129337

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@article{Jacobson1988TheNS, title={The normal scalp topography of the middle latency auditory evoked potential Pa component following monaural click stimulation}, author={Gary P. Jacobson and Amy S. Grayson}, journal={Brain Topography}, year={1988}, volume={1}, pages={29-36} }