Improving Auditory Steady-State Response Detection Using Multichannel EEG Signal Processing (2008)
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The ability to hear and process sounds is crucial. For adults, the inevitable ongoing aging process reduces the quality of the speech and sounds one perceives. If this effect is allowed to evolve too far, social isolation may occur. For infants, a disability in processing sounds results in an inappropriate development of speech, language, and cognitive abilities. To reduce the handicap of hearing loss in children, it is important to detect the hearing loss early and to provide effective rehabilitation. As a result, hearing of all newborns needs to be screened. If the outcome of the screening does not indicate normal hearing, more detailed hearing assessment is required. However, standard behavioral testing is not possible, ... toggle 2 keywordsDSP – biomedical signal processing
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