PRACA PRZEGLĄDOWA
Słuchowe potencjały korowe. Część II. Teoretyczne podstawy generacji oraz charakterystyka wybranych komponentów
Rafał Milner 1  
 
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Instytut Fizjologii i Patologii Słuchu, Światowe Centrum Słuchu, Zakład Audiologii Eksperymentalnej, Warszawa/Kajetany
AUTOR DO KORESPONDENCJI
Rafał Milner   

Światowe Centrum Słuchu, Zakład Audiologii Eksperymentalnej, ul. Mokra 17, Kajetany, 05-830 Nadarzyn, e-mail: r.milner@ifps.org.pl
Data publikacji: 30-10-2020
 
Now Audiofonol 2015;4(2):28–42
 
SŁOWA KLUCZOWE
STRESZCZENIE
Słuchowe potencjały korowe (ang. cortical auditory evoked potentials, CAEP) to bioelektryczne odpowiedzi mózgu na bodźce akustyczne generowane w ośrodkach nerwowych znajdujących się na wyższych piętrach analizy informacji słuchowej. Obecnie istnieje wiele teorii na temat dokładnego miejsca ich generacji, funkcjonalnego znaczenia oraz mechanizmów neurofizjologicznych leżących u podłoża powstawania CAEP. Naukowcy próbują także ustalić, które czynniki oraz w jaki sposób wpływają na słuchowe potencjały korowe. Wpływ ten jest badany w doświadczeniach wykorzystujących różnego rodzaju bodźce, schematy doświadczalne oraz techniki rejestracji. Niniejsza II część artykułu zawiera szczegółową charakterystykę wybranych, najczęściej spotykanych w literaturze komponentów słuchowych potencjałów wywołanych. W tej części pracy zamieszczono także opis technik rejestracji poszczególnych odpowiedzi.
FINANSOWANIE
Publikacja powstała w związku z realizacją projektu pn. „Zintegrowany system narzędzi do diagnostyki i telerehabilitacji schorzeń narządów zmysłów (słuchu, wzroku, mowy, równowagi, smaku, powonienia)” INNOSENSE, współfinansowanego przez Narodowe Centrum Badań i Rozwoju w ramach Programu STRATEGMED.
 
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