auditory evoked responses

auditory evoked responses

Subtle electrical changes in the brain waves, demonstrable on the ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM, which are induced by loud noises. The method provides only a crude estimate of the hearing ability but gives some objective proof of hearing without the cooperation of the subject.
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A Novel Approach for Classifying Native Chinese and Malay Speaking Persons According to Cortical Auditory Evoked Responses. J Int Adv Otol 2019; 15(1): 87-93.
For the Brainstem Auditory Evoked Responses (BAER) assessment, the active electrode was mounted to the middle of the forehead "Fpz," the reference electrode to the ipsilateral mastoid "M1," and the ground to the contralateral one "M2." The test procedures followed the Sininger protocol [19].
MEG detection of delayed auditory evoked responses in autism spectrum disorders: towards an imaging biomarker for autism.
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(4) This method was described by Jewett and Williston for the first time in 1971 and is the most common application of auditory evoked responses. (5) The test yields information about the inner ear and the brain pathways of hearing.
Brainstem auditory evoked responses in an equine patient population: part I-adult horses.
Preattentive cortical auditory evoked responses (e.g., P1N1-P2, MMN, and P3a), the focus of the current study, are particularly suitable when investigating responses of older adults because they reflect the automatic detection and discrimination of acoustic sensory memories prior to attentional focus without being contaminated by attention, motivation, or cognitive demands of the task [24, 25].
(3.) B Mokotoff, C Schulmann--Galambos, R Galambos Arch; Brain stem auditory evoked responses in children.