volume 234, issue 3, P235-243 1982
DOI: 10.1007/bf00464327
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Abstract: Human cortical evoked potentials were monitored with scalp electrodes as an indicator of the ability to resolve brief changes in an auditory signal. For a brief period in the middle of a noise pulse its intensity was increased or decreased. The magnitude and duration of this change was varied to establish (1) the threshold for the cortical evoked potential and (2) the effect on the evoked response (amplitude, latency) in the suprathreshold region. To evoke a stimulus-specific potential pattern, durations of ab…

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