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H Gomes, M Dunn, W Ritter, D Kurtzberg, A Brattson, J A Kreuzer, H G Vaughan
This paper examines maturational changes in the spatiotemporal features of central and lateral N1 components of the auditory evoked potentials (AEPs) to tone stimuli presented with a long stimulus onset asyncrony (SOA; 4200 ms) using the scalp current density (SCD) technique. A group of typically developing children ranging from 6 to 12 years of age and a group of adults were studied. Recently studies have begun to explore the topography of these components in children. These studies, however, often used rapidly presented stimuli and did not elicit observable central N1s in the younger children...
August 23, 2001: Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research
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