evoked responses

evoked responses

Signals on the ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM prompted by visual or auditory sensory input and detected by special electronic averaging techniques. Evoked responses can provide direct, objective evidence that conduction is occurring along the nerve tracts connecting the sense organ with the brain.
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The meta-analyses showed that people with autism and people in the rest of the population exhibit significant differences in seven areas: emotion recognition, theory of mind (ability to understand that other people have their own intentions), cognitive flexibility (ability to transition from one task to another), activity planning, inhibition, evoked responses (the nervous system's response to sensory stimulation) and brain volume.
Moreover, researchers have reported that the use of evoked responses can provide a sensitive index of MS when compared with CT or even MRI [2].
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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].
Results of vision and hearing examinations with brainstem-auditory evoked responses were also unremarkable.
MEG detection of delayed auditory evoked responses in autism spectrum disorders: towards an imaging biomarker for autism.
The linear component reflects evoked responses to individual stimuli independently, and the nonlinear component reflects the temporal interaction of two or more stimuli.
Pevsmer, "Auditory nerve-brainstem evoked responses in hyperbilirubinemic neonates," Pediatrics, vol.
Auditory nerve -brainstem evoked responses in hyperbilirubinaemic neonates.