Using the Auditory Steady State Response to Record Response Amplitude Curves. A Possible Fast Objective Method for Diagnosing Dead Regions

Conclusions: These initial results indicate that the swept- and fixed-masking methods appear to be viable and fast ways to record RACs in normal-hearing adults. Further work is needed to further optimize the accuracy of the tip frequency estimation and to establish the normative range of tip frequencies over a wide range of test frequencies in normal-hearing and hearing-impaired subjects.

from Ear and Hearing

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