ASSR False Negative and False Positive Rates
American Academy of Audiology
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This study evaluated minimal change in alertness and its effect on false positive and false negative rates of the Auditory Steady State Response. Subjects were 26 normal-hearing adults. One earphone was not placed in the patient's ear to determine the false positive rates which occurred 13% of the time rather than the expected 5%. The false negative rates increased when the subject watched a muted TV but this did not significantly alter the false positive rate.
Speech Pathology and Audiology
Lazarus, Lachelle and Hamill, Teri, "ASSR False Negative and False Positive Rates" (2014). Department of Audiology Faculty Proceedings, Presentations, Posters, Speeches, Lectures, etc.. 38.