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What Is Auditory Evoked Potentials?

Ron Blue rcb5 at msn.com
Tue Jun 9 12:45:46 EST 1998

Nerve cells can be entrained to stimulation.  The EEG reading can be made to
fluctuate with the sounds that a person is hearing.
More simplely said, put two drums next to each other and put sand on the one
that is not to be played.   When you play the one without sand, it will
cause the
one with sand on it to vibrate.  You can see the sand bouncing around.
Ron Blue
-----Original Message-----
From: Howard Sage <hs15 at is.nyu.edu>
To: audiolog at net.bio.net <audiolog at net.bio.net>
Date: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 12:46 AM
Subject: What Is Auditory Evoked Potentials?

>Someone mentioned an audiological test called auditory evoked potentials.
>Would someone explain to this layman what it is and how it works? Thanks
>in advance.

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