Table 1: Outline of the experimental conditions used in the studies cited in Figure 1. Note that the parameters listed below are specific to the conditions used to generate the waveform data presented in Figure 1 and do not necessarily represent all conditions presented in each study. The eight studies included represent aided CAEP data in the literature for which unaided and aided waveforms were able to be reproduced.

SubjectsExperimental design Source
CharacteristicsStimulusDuration (ms)ISI (ms)Signal levelConditions

Figure 1 Detection approach examples
 (a) McNeil et al., 2009 [14]168 yo male; severe to profound SNHL/ba/115750*60 dB nHLUnaided and aidedFigure 1, page 81: unaided and left hearing aid
 (b) Rapin and Graziani, 1967 [17]121 mo female; rubella, sedated500-Hz toneNot specifiedNot specified109 dB re: 0.0002 dynes/cm2Unaided and aidedFigure 4, page 892: 109 dB with and 109 dB without aid
 (c) Gravel et al., 1989 [8]17 mo male; severe to profound SNHL/da/Not specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedUnaided and aided (aid set to user settings)Figure 3, page 271
 (d) Korczak et al., 2005 [9]7Adults; severe to profound SNHL/ba/ and /da/15095080 dB ppeSPLUnaided and aided (aid set to MCL)Figure 3, page 176: Standard responses in lower panel, left
Figure 1 Discrimination approach examples
 (e) Billings et al., 2007 [3]13Young adults; normal hearing1000-Hz tone757191050 dB SPLUnaided and aided (20 dB gain)Figure 2, page 238: 50 dB aided and 50 dB unaided waveforms
 (f) Tremblay et al., 2006 [20]7Young adults; normal hearing/si/655191064 dB SPLUnaided and aided (average gain of 19 dB)Figure 7, page 99: Top panel
 (g) Billings et al., 2011 [4]9Young adults; normal hearing1000-Hz tone756191040 dB SPLUnaided and aided (gain of 20 dB)Figure 6, page 7: Panel (a) unaided waveform, panel (b) aided waveform
 (h) Korczak et al., 2005 [9]4Adults; moderate SNHL/ba/ and /da/15095085 dB HLUnaided and aided (aid set to MCL)Figure 3, page 176: Standard responses in lower panel, center

*Reference does not state whether this value refers to onset to onset, or offset to onset. All other interstimulus intervals (ISIs) refer to offset to onset.