2016
DOI: 10.1097/wnr.0000000000000611 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The aim of the present study was to investigate both the encoding mechanism and the process of deviance detection when deviant stimuli were presented in various patterns in an environment featuring repetitive sounds. In adults with normal hearing, middle latency responses were recorded within an oddball paradigm containing complex tones or speech sounds, wherein deviant stimuli featured different change patterns. For both complex tones and speech sounds, the Na and Pa components of middle latency responses sho… Show more

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“…The sound intensity level is a ratio between the intensity to the reference intensity (I0). The level of sound intensity is related to the hearing capability of human ear to sound waves (Li & Gong, 2016) that satisfies the logarithmic equation R = k log I, where R is the response to the sound intensity I, and k is the proportionality constant. The sound intensity level is the logarithmic value of the ratio between the measured intensity to the hearing threshold (I0) written in the equation as: Figure 4 is the graphical representation of Equation 5 which shows the correlation between log.d and the measured intensity level in a linear form.…”
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“…The sound intensity level is a ratio between the intensity to the reference intensity (I0). The level of sound intensity is related to the hearing capability of human ear to sound waves (Li & Gong, 2016) that satisfies the logarithmic equation R = k log I, where R is the response to the sound intensity I, and k is the proportionality constant. The sound intensity level is the logarithmic value of the ratio between the measured intensity to the hearing threshold (I0) written in the equation as: Figure 4 is the graphical representation of Equation 5 which shows the correlation between log.d and the measured intensity level in a linear form.…”
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“…Middle-latency auditory evoked potentials (AEPs) also quantify the action of anesthetic drugs and detect the transition from consciousness to unconsciousness [19][20][21][22][23].…”
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