2020
DOI: 10.1007/s10162-020-00754-3
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Optimizing Auditory Brainstem Response Acquisition Using Interleaved Frequencies

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“…Also, many of the AEP responses measured here originate from early way-stations in the neural chain between the cochlea and auditory cortex (e.g., [ 50 ]), whereas behavioral decisions (surely) arise in the cortex. On the other hand, the idea that AEPs can be revealing about auditory ability has a long history in auditory science e.g., [ 3 , 25 , 26 ], and because the plan was to collect AEPs for other purposes anyway (e.g., to assess sex differences, and for comparisons with OAEs), the comparisons between AEPs and the various psychoacoustical tasks were a fringe benefit. Besides, until the comparisons were made, the pessimistic expectations remained untested.…”
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“…Also, many of the AEP responses measured here originate from early way-stations in the neural chain between the cochlea and auditory cortex (e.g., [ 50 ]), whereas behavioral decisions (surely) arise in the cortex. On the other hand, the idea that AEPs can be revealing about auditory ability has a long history in auditory science e.g., [ 3 , 25 , 26 ], and because the plan was to collect AEPs for other purposes anyway (e.g., to assess sex differences, and for comparisons with OAEs), the comparisons between AEPs and the various psychoacoustical tasks were a fringe benefit. Besides, until the comparisons were made, the pessimistic expectations remained untested.…”
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“…The absence of even moderate correlations between Wave V and detection of the 3.0-kHz tone in the quiet was a minor surprise (S12 and S13 Tables in S1 File [ 36 ]). From the beginning, one of hearing science’s primary motivations for studying AEPs was the search for objective measures of hearing sensitivity, and various studies concluded that Wave V and behavioral thresholds are reasonably correlated (e.g., [ 3 , 51 , compare 40 , see 26 ]).…”
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“…Research groups report using random or systematic stimuli sequences, but the consequences of the choice remain unclear. The compromise between ABR measurement time and the adaptation of the auditory system to ABR signal stimulation is essential in studies analyzing either amplitude or latency of wave I [ 89 ]. One of the solutions to shorten the time required to perform ABR could be using the interleaving tones at different frequencies instead of testing each frequency serially, which was observed in mice and Mongolian gerbils.…”
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“…All animals were anesthetized with ketamine (120 mg/kg) diluted with xylazine (10 mg/kg), which was administered intraperitoneally, and the mouse was place in an audiometric booth. The following ABR stimulus frequencies were tested: 8, 16, 24, and 32 kHz, as reported previously [ 12 ]. TDT’s MF1 Multi-Field Magnetic Speaker was used to optimize the free field utilized to test the hearing range of mice, rats, and guinea pigs [ 13 ].…”
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