volume 242, issue 1, P99-103 1985
DOI: 10.1007/bf00464414
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Abstract: We have examined clinically and experimentally the masking effects of white noise in registering brainstem evoked potentials and determining the Jewett-wave V. We studied input-output functions as well as latency periods of evoked potentials with masking of non-stimulated contralateral ears in 18 children aged 5-14 years. When differences of 50 dB or more were found between stimulation and masking, the Jewett-wave V could be partially suppressed. Other changes observed included alterations in potential and pha…

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