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Processing of Horizontal Sound Localization Cues in Newborn Infants
Ear and Hearing
Objectives: By measuring event-related brain potentials (ERP) we tested the sensitivity of the newborn auditory cortex to sound lateralization and to the most common cues of horizontal sound localization. Design: Sixty-eight healthy full-term newborn infants were presented with auditory oddball sequences composed of frequent and rare noise segments in four experimental conditions. We tested in them the detection of deviations in the primary cues of sound lateralization (interaural time anddoi:10.1097/aud.0000000000000160 pmid:25815734 fatcat:fw3ngevzgvg6lmabfzhlrwikie