Human Electrophysiology Lab
Carolyn J. Brown, Ph.D., Director
The Human Evoked Potential Laboratory, located in the Wendell Johnson Speech and Hearing Center, is equipped with instrumentation necessary to record and analyze a wide range of auditory-evoked potentials from human subjects. The general goal of most of the experiments conducted in this laboratory is to evaluate the extent to which these evoked potential measures can be used to predict performance on a range of different listening tasks.