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The auditory system is an interactive system with vast networks of ascending and descending connections. The auditory brainstem is a hub of this network; and, measurements of its neural processing represent a rich source of information. The cABR (auditory brainstem response to complex sounds)
- faithfully encodes auditory signals, resulting in a transparent response that maintains a high fidelity to the evoking sound
- as part of the interactive auditory system, responses reflect experience and training.
- is interpretable in individuals
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