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The Journal of Visualized Experiments

Quantitative Assessment of Cortical Auditory-tactile Processing in Children with Disabilities

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Caption: Objective and easy measurement of sensory processing is extremely difficult in non-verbal or vulnerable pediatric patients. This methodology quantitatively assesses infants and children's cortical processing of light touch, speech sounds and the multisensory processing of the 2 stimuli, without requiring active subject participation or causing discomfort in vulnerable patients.

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