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Auditory Evoked Response (AER) & Jewett Sequence

To perform on-line AER studies, combine the auditory output options of the STM100C Stimulator with the signal averaging functions of the MP System.

Present auditory stimuli directly via a tubephone and the software will display results and allow users to measure the amplitude and time of both Short Latency Auditory Evoked Potential (SAEP) and Middle Latency Auditory Evoked Potential (MAEP) and all Fast (2-12 msec), Middle (12-50 msec), Slow (50-300 msec), and Late responses (250-600 msec).

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