A compendium of information and resources on auditory evoked potentials that focuses on principles and clinical applications. Chapters reflect state-of-the-art techniques by world recognized authors, all of whom have hands-on experience. Contains case studies, charts, graphs, and a list of key terms. Features chapters on electrocochleography, auditory middle latency response, cognitive auditory response, peripheral hearing loss, applications in newborn and infant auditory brainstem response, and a chapter on brain mapping. Otolaryngologists and audiologists in private practice and educational/hospital settings. A Longwood Professional Book.