DOI: 10.1121/1.1982602
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A Comparison of Averaged Evoked Potentials Recorded from Auditory Nerve Region and Brain Cortex in Waking Monkeys

Abstract: Squirrel monkeys were fitted permanently with rigid depth electrodes having tips localized in the auditory nerve region and with screw-type electrodes fixed on the surface of the parietal brain area (“vertex”). Summed records of pure-tone evoked potentials were recorded from both electrode sites using either a digital or an analog signal averager. Compared with cortical AERs, nerve evoked potentials showed greater amplitudes, greater resistance to habituation, less test-retest variability, and were characteriz… Show more

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