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    1. Kisley, MA; Olincy, A; Freedman, R
      The effect of state on sensory gating: comparison of waking, REM and non-REM sleep

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Lengle, JM; Chen, M; Wakai, RT
      Improved neuromagnetic detection of fetal and neonatal auditory evoked responses

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    3. Godey, B; Schwartz, D; de Graaf, JB; Chauvel, P; Liegeois-Chauvel, C
      Neuromagnetic source localization of auditory evoked fields and intracerebral evoked potentials: a comparison of data in the same patients

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    4. Holguin, SR; Corral, M; Cadaveira, F
      Middle-latency auditory evoked potentials in children at high risk for alcoholism

      NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE CLINIQUE-CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Hull, J; Harsh, J
      P300 and sleep-related positive waveforms (P220, P450, and P900) have different determinants

      JOURNAL OF SLEEP RESEARCH
    6. Ashley, WH; Champlin, CA
      Acute effect of nicotine on non-smokers: II. MLRs and 40-Hz responses

      HEARING RESEARCH
    7. Harkrider, AW; Champlin, CA
      Acute effect of nicotine on non-smokers: III. LLRs and EEGs

      HEARING RESEARCH
    8. Rybalko, N; Syka, J
      Susceptibility to noise exposure during postnatal development in rats

      HEARING RESEARCH
    9. Boki, KA; Ioannidis, JPA; Segas, JV; Maragkoudakis, PV; Petrou, D; Adamopoulos, GK; Moutsopoulos, HM
      How significant is sensorineural hearing loss in primary Sjogren's syndrome? An individually matched case-control study

      JOURNAL OF RHEUMATOLOGY
    10. Ferrara, M; De Gennaro, L; Ferlazzo, F; Curcio, G; Barattucci, M; Bertini, M
      Auditory evoked responses upon awakening from sleep in human subjects

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    11. Akkuzu, B; Fisiloglu, AG; Ozluoglu, L; Can, U
      Sudden cortical hearing loss for speech: A case report

      EAR AND HEARING
    12. Schurmann, M; Basar-Eroglu, C; Kolev, V; Basar, E
      Delta responses and cognitive processing: single-trial evaluations of human visual P300

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    13. Lorenz, JM
      The outcome of extreme prematurity

      SEMINARS IN PERINATOLOGY
    14. Lorenz, JM; Paneth, N; Jetton, JR; den Ouden, L; Tyson, JE
      Comparison of management strategies for extreme prematurity in New Jersey and the Netherlands: Outcomes and resource expenditure

      PEDIATRICS
    15. Raz, J; Turetsky, BI; Dickerson, LW
      Inference for a random wavelet packet model of single-channel event-related potentials

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION
    16. Jones, SM; Jones, TA
      Ontogeny of vestibular compound action potentials in the domestic chicken

      JARO
    17. Cote, KA; Epps, TM; Campbell, KB
      The role of the spindle in human information processing of high-intensity stimuli during sleep

      JOURNAL OF SLEEP RESEARCH
    18. Muller, MM
      High frequency oscillatory neural activities in the human brain

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR EXPERIMENTELLE PSYCHOLOGIE
    19. Rundshagen, I; Schnabel, K; Pothmann, W; Schleich, B; Esch, JSA
      Cortical arousal in critically ill patients: an evoked response study

      INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE
    20. Heyderman, RS; Thornton, C; Meilke, J; Curtis, N; Thorniley, MS; Green, CJ; Newton, DEF; Pasvol, G
      Adults with cerebral malaria do not have sensory evoked responses typical of deep general anaesthesia

      TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE
    21. Rodriguez, RA; Weerasena, NA; Cornel, G
      Should the bidirectional Glenn procedure be better performed through the support of cardiopulmonary bypass?

      JOURNAL OF THORACIC AND CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERY
    22. Tsuneishi, S; Casaer, P
      Effects of preterm extrauterine visual experience on the development of the human visual system: a flash VEP study

      DEVELOPMENTAL MEDICINE AND CHILD NEUROLOGY
    23. Menger, H; Jorg, J
      Ranking of neurophysiological diagnostics in central pontine and extrapontine myelinolyses - Findings in 44 patients

      KLINISCHE NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE
    24. Gutschalk, A; Mase, R; Roth, R; Ille, N; Rupp, A; Hahnel, S; Picton, TW; Scherg, M
      Deconvolution of 40 Hz steady-state fields reveals two overlapping source activities of the human auditory cortex

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    25. Perrin, F; Garcia-Larrea, L; Mauguiere, F; Bastuji, H
      A differential brain response to the subject's own name persists during sleep

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    26. Seri, S; Cerquiglini, A; Pisani, F; Curatolo, P
      Autism in tuberous sclerosis: evoked potential evidence for a deficit in auditory sensory processing

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    27. Rojas, DC; Teale, P; Sheeder, J; Reite, M
      Sex differences in the refractory period of the 100 ms auditory evoked magnetic field

      NEUROREPORT
    28. Kasai, K; Onuma, T; Kato, M; Kato, T; Takeya, J; Sekimoto, M; Watanabe, K; Minami, N; Goto, Y; Minabe, Y
      Differences in evoked potential characteristics between DRPLA patients andpatients with progressive myoclonic epilepsy: preliminary findings indicating usefulness for differential diagnosis

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    29. Light, GA; Malaspina, D; Geyer, MA; Luber, BM; Coleman, EA; Sackeim, HA; Braff, DL
      Amphetamine disrupts P50 suppression in normal subjects

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    30. Adler, LE; Freedman, R; Ross, RG; Olincy, A; Waldo, MC
      Elementary phenotypes in the neurobiological and genetic study of schizophrenia

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    31. Freedman, R; Adler, LE; Leonard, S
      Alternative phenotypes for the complex genetics of schizophrenia

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    32. KAKIGI A; HIRAKAWA H; HAREL N; MOUNT RJ; HARRISON RV
      BASAL COCHLEAR LESIONS RESULT IN INCREASED AMPLITUDE OF OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      Audiology & neuro-otology
    33. Halasz, P
      Hierarchy of micro-arousals and the microstructure of sleep

      NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE CLINIQUE-CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    34. YVERT B; BERTRAND O; PERNIER J; ILMONIEMI RJ
      HUMAN CORTICAL RESPONSES EVOKED BY DICHOTICALLY PRESENTED TONES OF DIFFERENT FREQUENCIES

      NeuroReport
    35. ERWIN RJ; TURETSKY BI; MOBERG P; GUR RC; GUR RE
      P50 ABNORMALITIES IN SCHIZOPHRENIA - RELATIONSHIP TO CLINICAL AND NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL INDEXES OF ATTENTION

      Schizophrenia research
    36. Hortnagl, H; Groll-Knapp, E; Khanakah, G; Sperk, G; Bubna-Littitz, H
      Perception of species-specific vocalizations in rats: Role of the cholinergic septo-hippocampal pathway and aging

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE
    37. HENNEVIN E; MAHO C; HARS B
      NEURONAL PLASTICITY INDUCED BY FEAR CONDITIONING IS EXPRESSED DURING PARADOXICAL SLEEP - EVIDENCE FROM SIMULTANEOUS RECORDINGS IN THE LATERAL AMYGDALA AND THE MEDIAL GENICULATE IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    38. PASMAN JW; ROTTEVEEL JJ; MAASSEN B; DEGRAAF R; KOLLEE LAA
      NEONATAL RISK-FACTORS AND RISK SCORES INCLUDING AUDITORY-EVOKED RESPONSES

      European journal of pediatrics
    39. SERI S; CERQUIGLINI A; PISANI F
      SPIKE-INDUCED INTERFERENCE IN AUDITORY SENSORY PROCESSING IN LANDAU-KLEFFNER SYNDROME

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    40. HUOTILAINEN M; WINKLER I; ALHO K; ESCERA C; VIRTANEN J; ILMONIEMI RJ; JAASKELAINEN IP; PEKKONEN E; NAATANEN R
      COMBINED MAPPING OF HUMAN AUDITORY EEG AND MEG RESPONSES

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    41. JAVITT DC; GROCHOWSKI S; SHELLEY AM; RITTER W
      IMPAIRED MISMATCH NEGATIVITY (MMN) GENERATION IN SCHIZOPHRENIA AS A FUNCTION OF STIMULUS DEVIANCE, PROBABILITY, AND INTERSTIMULUS INTERDEVIANT INTERVAL/

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    42. LEONARD S; GAULT J; MOORE T; HOPKINS J; ROBINSON M; OLINCY A; ADLER LE; CLONINGER CR; KAUFMANN CA; TSUANG MT; FARAONE SV; MALASPINA D; SVRAKIC DM; FREEDMAN R
      FURTHER INVESTIGATION OF A CHROMOSOME-15 LOCUS IN SCHIZOPHRENIA - ANALYSIS OF AFFECTED SIBPAIRS FROM THE NIMH-GENETICS-INITIATIVE

      American journal of medical genetics
    43. BEATTIE RC
      NORMATIVE WAVE-V LATENCY-INTENSITY FUNCTIONS USING THE EARTONE 3A INSERT EARPHONE AND THE RADIOEAR B-71 BONE VIBRATOR

      Scandinavian audiology
    44. CLEMENTZ BA
      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL MEASURES OF (DIS)INHIBITION AS LIABILITY INDICATORS FOR SCHIZOPHRENIA

      Psychophysiology
    45. KAGA K; ONO M; YAKUMARU K; OWADA M; MIZUTANI T
      BRAIN-STEM PATHOLOGY OF INFANTILE GAUCHERS-DISEASE WITH ONLY WAVE-I AND WAVE-II OF AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSE

      Journal of Laryngology and Otology
    46. Haenggeli, A; Zhang, JS; Vischer, MW; Pelizzone, M; Rouiller, EM
      Electrically evoked compound action potential (ECAP) of the cochlear nervein response to pulsatile electrical stimulation of the cochlea in the rat:Effects of stimulation at high rates

      AUDIOLOGY
    47. JIN Y; BUNNEY WE; SANDMAN CA; PATTERSON JV; FLEMING K; MOENTER JR; KALALI AH; HETRICK WP; POTKIN SG
      IS P50 SUPPRESSION A MEASURE OF SENSORY GATING IN SCHIZOPHRENIA

      Biological psychiatry
    48. LIGHT GA; BRAFF DL
      THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING P50 EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL

      Biological psychiatry
    49. MOLFESE DL; MOLFESE VJ
      DISCRIMINATION OF LANGUAGE-SKILLS AT 5 YEARS OF AGE USING EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS RECORDED AT BIRTH

      Developmental neuropsychology
    50. FROHNE C; LESINSKI A; BATTMER RD; LENARZ T
      INTRAOPERATIVE TEST OF AUDITORY-NERVE FUNCTION

      The American journal of otology
    51. FROHNE C; LESINSKI A; BATTMER RD; LENARZ T
      MONITORING THE ELECTRODE POSITION DURING ACOUSTIC NEUROMA SURGERY

      The American journal of otology
    52. CARDENAS VA; MCCALLIN K; HOPKINS R; FEIN G
      A COMPARISON OF THE REPETITIVE CLICK AND CONDITIONING-TESTING P50 PARADIGMS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    53. RYE DB
      CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE PEDUNCULOPONTINE REGION TO NORMAL AND ALTERED REM-SLEEP

      Sleep
    54. CHURCH MW; KALTENBACH JA
      HEARING, SPEECH, LANGUAGE, AND VESTIBULAR DISORDERS IN THE FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME - A LITERATURE-REVIEW

      Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
    55. AMODIO P; MARCHETTI P; DELPICCOLO F; BEGHI A; COMACCHIO F; CARRARO P; CAMPO G; BARUZZO L; MARCHIORI C; GATTA A
      THE EFFECT OF FLUMAZENIL ON SUBCLINICAL PSYCHOMETRIC OR NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL ALTERATIONS IN CIRRHOTIC-PATIENTS - A DOUBLE-BLIND PLACEBO-CONTROLLED STUDY

      Clinical physiology
    56. WHITE PM; YEE CM
      EFFECTS OF ATTENTIONAL AND STRESSOR MANIPULATIONS ON THE P50 GATING RESPONSE

      Psychophysiology
    57. BRUNEAU N; ROUX S; GUERIN P; BARTHELEMY C; LELORD G
      TEMPORAL PROMINENCE OF AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS (N1 WAVE) IN 4-8-YEAR-OLD CHILDREN

      Psychophysiology
    58. BARSKYFIRKSER L; SUN S
      UNIVERSAL NEWBORN HEARING SCREENINGS - A 3-YEAR EXPERIENCE

      Pediatrics
    59. SIMOS PG; MOLFESE DL
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES FROM A TEMPORAL-ORDER CONTINUUM IN THENEWBORN-INFANT

      Neuropsychologia
    60. FREEDMAN R; COON H; MYLESWORSLEY M; ORRURTREGER A; OLINCY A; DAVIS A; POLYMEROPOULOS M; HOLIK J; HOPKINS J; HOFF M; ROSENTHAL J; WALDO MC; REIMHERR F; WENDER P; YAW J; YOUNG DA; BREESE CR; ADAMS C; PATTERSON D; ADLER LE; KRUGLYAK L; LEONARD S; BYERLEY W
      LINKAGE OF A NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL DEFICIT IN SCHIZOPHRENIA TO A CHROMOSOME-15 LOCUS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    61. DICKINSON CJ
      CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME - ETIOLOGIC ASPECTS

      European journal of clinical investigation
    62. CARDENAS VA; GILL P; FEIN G
      HUMAN P50 SUPPRESSION IS NOT AFFECTED BY VARIATIONS IN WAKEFUL ALERTNESS

      Biological psychiatry
    63. PASMAN JW; ROTTEVEEL JJ; DEGRAAF R; MAASSEN B; VISCO YM
      THE EFFECTS OF EARLY AND LATE PRETERM BIRTH ON BRAIN-STEM AND MIDDLE-LATENCY AUDITORY-EVOKED RESPONSES IN CHILDREN WITH NORMAL NEURODEVELOPMENT

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    64. STEG RE; WSZOLEK ZK
      ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC ABNORMALITIES IN LIVER-TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS - PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS AND REVIEW

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    65. MOLFESE DL; BURGERJUDISCH LM; GILL LA; GOLINKOFF RM; HIRSCHPASEK KA
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF NOUN-VERB PROCESSING IN ADULTS

      Brain and language
    66. NICHOLSON G; CORBETT A
      SLOWING OF CENTRAL CONDUCTION IN X-LINKED CHARCOT-MARIE-TOOTH NEUROPATHY SHOWN BY BRAIN-STEM AUDITORY-EVOKED RESPONSES

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    67. BALZER S; KUTTNER K
      EARLY ACUTE CHANGES IN BRAIN-STEM AUDITOR Y-EVOKED RESPONSES - A DIAGNOSTIC PARAMETER FOR UREMIC ENCEPHALOPATHY

      HNO. Hals-, Nasen-, Ohrenarzte
    68. PLIHAL W; WEAVER S; MOLLE M; FEHM HL; BORN J
      SENSORY PROCESSING DURING EARLY AND LATE NOCTURNAL SLEEP

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    69. JIN Y; POTKIN SG
      P50 CHANGES WITH VISUAL INTERFERENCE IN NORMAL SUBJECTS - A SENSORY DISTRACTION MODEL FOR SCHIZOPHRENIA

      Clinical EEG electroencephalography
    70. MYLESWORSLEY M; COON H; BYERLEY W; WALDO M; YOUNG D; FREEDMAN R
      DEVELOPMENTAL AND GENETIC INFLUENCES ON THE P50 SENSORY GATING PHENOTYPE

      Biological psychiatry
    71. OSBORNE MP; COMIS SD; TARLOW MJ; STEPHEN J
      THE COCHLEAR LESION IN EXPERIMENTAL BACTERIAL-MENINGITIS OF THE RABBIT

      International journal of experimental pathology
    72. LASKY RE; MAIER MM; SNODGRASS EB; HECOX KE; LAUGHLIN NK
      THE EFFECTS OF LEAD ON OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS AND AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN MONKEYS

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    73. PAETAU R; AHONEN A; SALONEN O; SAMS M
      AUDITORY-EVOKED MAGNETIC-FIELDS TO TONES AND PSEUDOWORDS IN HEALTHY-CHILDREN AND ADULTS

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    74. JIANG ZD
      MATURATION OF THE AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM IN LOW-RISK PRETERM INFANTS - ACOMPARISON WITH AGE-MATCHED FULL-TERM INFANTS UP TO 6 YEARS

      Early human development
    75. KOSTOVIC I; JUDAS M; PETANJEK Z; SIMIC G
      ONTOGENY OF GOAL-DIRECTED BEHAVIOR - ANATOMO-FUNCTIONAL CONSIDERATIONS

      International journal of psychophysiology
    76. DIETRICH S; BARRY SJ; PARKER DE
      MIDDLE LATENCY AUDITORY RESPONSES IN MALES WHO STUTTER

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    77. MUKHOPADHYAY S; SELVAMURTHY W; RAY US
      AUDITORY-EVOKED RESPONSES IN TROPICAL MEN DURING SOJOURN OVER THE ARCTIC REGION

      International journal of biometeorology
    78. LEMAIRE MC; BEUTTER P
      BRAIN-STEM AUDITORY-EVOKED RESPONSES IN PATIENTS WITH TINNITUS

      Audiology
    79. FREEDMAN R; ADLER LE; BICKFORD P; BYERLEY W; COON H; CULLUM CM; GRIFFITH JM; HARRIS JG; LEONARD S; MILLER C; MYLESWORSLEY M; NAGAMOTO HT; ROSE G; WALDO M
      SCHIZOPHRENIA AND NICOTINIC RECEPTORS

      Harvard review of psychiatry
    80. GREITZ T; BOHM C; HELLSTRAND E; HAMALAINEN MS; HARI R; ILMONIEMI LJ; SEITZ R; LOUNASMAA OV
      USE OF A COMPUTERIZED BRAIN ATLAS IN MAGNETOENCEPHALOGRAPHIC ACTIVATION STUDIES

      NeuroReport
    81. PETIOT JC; PARROT J; SMOLIK HJ; PETIOT MT; LOBREAU JP
      EFFECTS OF MODERATE NOISES UPON AUDITORY- NERVE AND BRAIN-STEM EVOKED-POTENTIALS AS A FUNCTION OF ANXIETY

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    82. PARROT J; PETIOT JC; SMOLIK HJ; PETIOT MT; LOBREAU JP
      EFFECTS OF MODERATE NOISES UPON AUDITORY- NERVE AND BRAIN-STEM EVOKED-POTENTIALS, AS A FUNCTION OF AGE, IN HUMAN

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    83. FRIEDMAN D; SQUIRESWHEELER E
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS (ERPS) AS INDICATORS OF RISK FOR SCHIZOPHRENIA

      Schizophrenia bulletin
    84. BOERMAN RH; SCHELTENS P; WEINSTEIN HC
      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Clinical neurology and neurosurgery
    85. HALL JW; BAER JE; CHASE PA; SCHWABER MK
      CLINICAL-APPLICATION OF OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS - WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUTFACTORS INFLUENCING MEASUREMENT AND ANALYSIS

      Otolaryngology and head and neck surgery
    86. ROTHENBERG SJ; POBLANO A; GARZAMORALES S
      PRENATAL AND PERINATAL LOW-LEVEL LEAD-EXPOSURE ALTERS BRAIN-STEM AUDITORY-EVOKED RESPONSES IN INFANTS

      Neurotoxicology
    87. COUNTER SA
      AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM AND CORTICAL RESPONSES FOLLOWING EXTENSIVE TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    88. LINAGRANADE G; COLLET L; MORGON A
      AUDITORY-EVOKED BRAIN-STEM RESPONSES ELICITED BY MAXIMUM-LENGTH SEQUENCES IN NORMAL AND SENSORINEURAL EARS

      Audiology
    89. HOHMANN D; DORNHOFFER JL; HELMS J
      RESULTS OF HEARING AFTER TRANSTEMPORAL RE SECTIONS OF ACOUSTIC TUMORS

      HNO. Hals-, Nasen-, Ohrenarzte
    90. MAKELA JP; HAMALAINEN M; HARI R; MCEVOY L
      WHOLE-HEAD MAPPING OF MIDDLE-LATENCY AUDITORY-EVOKED MAGNETIC-FIELDS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    91. SINGH KD; IOANNIDES AA; GRAY N; KOBER H; PONGRATZ H; DAUN A; GRUMMICH P; VIETH J
      DISTRIBUTED CURRENT ANALYSES OF BI-HEMISPHERIC MAGNETIC N1M RESPONSESTO IPSI CONTRALATERAL MONAURAL STIMULI FROM A SINGLE-SUBJECT/

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    92. KARHU J; HARI R; PAETAU R; KAJOLA M; MERVAALA E
      CORTICAL REACTIVITY IN PROGRESSIVE MYOCLONUS EPILEPSY

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    93. LITTMAN T; KRAUS N; MCGEE T; NICOL T
      BINAURAL RESPONSE PATTERNS IN SUBDIVISIONS OF THE MEDIAL GENICULATE-BODY

      Brain research
    94. LOHR JW
      OSMOTIC DEMYELINATION SYNDROME FOLLOWING CORRECTION OF HYPONATREMIA -ASSOCIATION WITH HYPOKALEMIA

      The American journal of medicine
    95. MOLFESE DL; WETZEL WF; GILL LA
      KNOWN VERSUS UNKNOWN WORD DISCRIMINATIONS IN 12-MONTH-OLD HUMAN INFANTS - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES

      Developmental neuropsychology
    96. CULLUM CM; HARRIS JG; WALDO MC; SMERNOFF E; MADISON A; NAGAMOTO HT; GRIFFITH J; ADLER LE; FREEDMAN R
      NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR ATTENTIONAL DYSFUNCTION IN SCHIZOPHRENIA

      Schizophrenia research
    97. SAWHNEY IMS; BANSAL SK; UPADHYAY PK; CHOPRA JS
      EVOKED-POTENTIALS IN HEREDITARY SPASTIC PARAPLEGIA

      Italian journal of neurological sciences
    98. PICTON TW; KELLETT AJC; VEZSENYI M; RABINOVITCH DE
      OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS RECORDED AT RAPID STIMULUS RATES

      Ear and hearing
    99. COUNTER SA
      ELECTROMAGNETIC STIMULATION OF THE AUDITORY-SYSTEM - EFFECTS AND SIDE-EFFECTS

      Scandinavian audiology
    100. PERLSTEIN WM; FIORITO E; SIMONS RF; GRAHAM FK
      LEAD STIMULATION EFFECTS ON REFLEX BLINK EXOGENOUS BRAIN POTENTIALS, AND LOUDNESS JUDGMENTS

      Psychophysiology


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