Auditory Evoked Magnetic Fields After Stimulation with Test-Tones and Words — Studies on Experimentees with Good Hearing and with Long-Term Hearing Impediments
The aim of the present study was to evaluate results of the distorted central auditory process. Localization of human cortical responses to acoustical stimulation with tones and speech signals began with magnetoencephalographic (MEG) studies on primary auditory cortex performed by R. HARI and her working group ,. The MEG studies in connection with MRT-picture have demonstrated that the sources of the magnetic fields (peak-latencies 100 ms) are in the primary auditory cortex.
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