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Using Envelope Following Responses (EFRs) to Objectively Assess Auditory Temporal Processing

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1.  Phase-locked responses contribute primarily to the:
  1. Temporal code
  2. Rate code
  3. Transient code
  4. Cochlear microphonic
2.  As the amplitude modulation frequencies get faster, what happens to EFR amplitudes?
  1. They get smaller
  2. They get larger
  3. They stay the same
  4. They increase in latency
3.  A horizontal electrode montage emphasizes neural generators that are more _______.
  1. Cortical
  2. Binaural
  3. Peripheral
  4. Central
4.  As AM depth decreases, what happens to EFR amplitudes?
  1. They increase
  2. They decrease
  3. They stay the same
  4. They decrease, then increase
5.  Compared to awake conditions, EFRs evoked to 40Hz AM stimuli under sedation are:
  1. Reduced in amplitude
  2. Increased in amplitude
  3. Similar in amplitude
  4. Shorter in latency

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