Category: Electro/physiology (E)
Suppression of the OAE is a potential clinically relevant tool for assessing the auditory efferents in humans especially because it provides quick and noninvasive methods. However, despite all evidence in the literature, many studies are controversial and there are methodological issues that remain to be solved. The aim of this study was to analyze the effects of contralateral acoustic stimulation (CAS) on TEOAE in normal-hearing children, attempting to control for crucial methodological aspects recommended in the recent literature.
Thalita Ubiali– PhD Student, University of Campinas
CAMILA MADRUGA-RIMOLI– PhD Student, University of Campinas
Nádia Carvalho– PhD Student, University of Campinas (UNICAMP)
Maria Isabel Ramos do Amaral Iria Maria Ramos Amaral– Associated Professor and clinical supervisor , State University of Campinas - UNICAMP
Maria Francisca Colella-Santos– Head of Human Development and Rehabilitation Department, University of Campinas/ School of Medical Sciences-FCM/Unicamp/Human Development and Rehabilitation