The auditory steady-state response: a web based tutorial
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DepartmentTowson University. Department of Audiology, Speech-Language Pathology and Deaf Studies
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Following an extensive literature review, an online tutorial was developed on the Auditory Steady State Response (ASSR). The literature review covers the following areas: auditory evoked potentials, history o the ASSR, neural generators of the ASSR, terminology unique to the ASSR, recording stimuli, stimulation techniques, analysis techniques for the ASSR, technical and recording parameters for the ASSR, subject factors, frequency and place specificity of the ASSR, clinical applications, calibration, and other considerations and future directions. The purpose of this website is to be a central information source of evidence-based practice for Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) students and clinical audiologists with less than five-years experience with this auditory evoked potential. This website is easy to navigate, has animated figures describing various topics of the ASSR, and includes printer friendly downloads. The major topics of the website include: neural generators of the ASSR, terminology unique to the ASSR, stimuli utilized, stimulation techniques, analysis techniques, technical and recording parameters, subject variables, threshold estimation, calibration, and clinical applications.