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Cochlear implants (CIs) aim to restore hearing in severely to profoundly deaf adults, children and infants. Electrically evoked auditory steady-state responses (EASSRs) are neural responses to continuous modulated pulse trains, and can be objectively detected at the modulation frequency in the electro-encephalogram (EEG). EASSRs provide a number of advantages over other objective measures, because frequency-specific stimuli are used, because targeted brain areas can be studied, depending on the chosen stimulation parameters, and because they can objectively be detected using statistical methods. EASSRs can potentially be used to determine appropriate stimulation levels during CI fitting, without behavioral input from the subjects. Furthermore, speech understanding in noise varies greatly between CI subjects. EASSRs lend themselves well to ... toggle 2 keywords

cochlear implant eeg measurements


Deprez, Hanne
KU Leuven
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April 4, 2019

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