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An Introduction to Auditory Evoked Potentials

  • Friday, January 12, 2024
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Zoom
  • 284


  • For current members of ISNR.
  • Psychologists, mental health clinicians, medical providers, social workers, educators/researchers
  • 15% off non-member webinar price
  • You must have a coupon code to register as a student. Contact from your school e-mail to request a code if one has not been given to you.

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Charles S. Wasserman, M.S.

Course description:  (90-minute webinar) The human auditory system is complex and can be subject to a myriad of compromising lesions and/or dysregulation at many different locations, both peripheral and central. The basic perception of sound is traditionally measured behaviorally by an Audiologist; however, a more detailed assessment of each component of the auditory system can be completed using auditory evoked/event-related potentials (ERP). Join us for an introduction to auditory evoked potentials and auditory processing. This webinar will include:

1) an overview of the anatomy & physiology of the peripheral and central auditory systems/pathways,

2) outline the ERP measures of speed and accuracy of each component of the auditory system,

3) discuss different types of central and peripheral auditory processing disorders (APD) and when to suggest a formal APD evaluation,

4) an in-depth discussion of the technical requirements for recording auditory ERPs in clinical practice.

Who is the Audience:

Psychologists, mental health clinicians, medical providers, educators/researchers

Level:  Introductory
Specific Learning objectives:

Based on the content of this presentation, the participant will be able to:

  • Identify the structures of the Auditory pathway and which ERPs are able to measure each structure.

  • Discuss evoked potentials in contrast to QEEG, and distinguish the technical requirements of auditory evoked potentials in specific.
  • Discuss Central vs. Peripheral Auditory Processing Disorders
  • Identify when it may be appropriate to refer a patient for a formal auditory processing evaluation

You will receive an email containing the link to join the webinar before the event. Please ensure that you test your access to Zoom at least two hours before the webinar begins.

Fees: Webinar fee is $65.00 for all ISNR members. The fee for non-members is $90.00.  Student fee is $22 (email to receive coupon code).

Continuing Education:

No CE credit is available for this webinar.


Mr. Wasserman is currently a neurophysiology research consultant and Audiology doctoral student at the University of Connecticut and is passionate about helping both his patients and fellow clinicians/researchers understand the brain’s role in auditory perception and processing. He previously received his master’s in behavioral neuroscience as well as an additional certificate in neurobiology of language as an NSF IGERT fellow at the University of Connecticut. His MS thesis focused on Neural Resonance Theory (NRT); using electroencephalography (EEG) and electromyography (EMG) to analyze steady-state responses to complex auditory rhythms from a non-linear dynamic perspective. Prior to his graduate training, Mr. Wasserman worked in the physiology sensor industry, focusing on developing wearable biofeedback devices, and custom development of HRV assessments, and physiological data for research.

Mr. Wasserman has worked in the field of clinical electrophysiology (assessment, diagnostics, and therapy) for the last ten years as a research specialist and clinician. Mr. Wasserman is published in the Journal of Neurotherapy, NeuroRegulation, and has presented several times at the International Society for Neuroregulation and Research (ISNR) annual conference. He was awarded the ISNR Student Paper Award (2018) for his master’s research looking at nonlinear auditory responses.

Refund/Cancellation Policy:

If you sign up and pay for a webinar but are unable to attend the live presentation, you will be provided with access to the recorded webinar; refunds will not be issued.

ISNR is committed to accessibility and non-discrimination in its continuing education activities. ISNR is also committed to conducting all activities in conformity with the American Psychological Association's Ethical Principles for Psychologists. Participants are asked to be aware of the need for privacy and confidentiality throughout the program. If program content becomes stressful, participants are encouraged to bring their concerns up during the question and discussion period, typically held at the end of the presentation. A moderator will be available during the presentation. If participants have special needs, we will attempt to accommodate them.

Please address questions, concerns and any complaints to Susan Alvarez, ISNR Executive Administrator.

ISNR 13876 SW 56th Street Miami, FL 33175

Tel: 703-848-1994

Fax: 703-738-7340

Because these presentations will be done online, it will be the responsibility of the participant to provide adequate and appropriate computer availability as well as Internet connections that will support this webinar. All efforts and reasonable accommodations will be made to make the information accessible to persons with disabilities.

While this presentation offers no risk in and of itself, it is the responsibility of the individual attendee to determine any risks involved in the implementation of the contents of this presentation.

Disability Access - If you require ADA accommodations please contact our office 30 days or more before the event. We cannot ensure accommodations without adequate prior notification.


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Contact Info:

Susan Alvarez
Executive Director
2146 Roswell Road

Suite 108, PMB 736

Miami, FL 33175
Tel: (703) 848-1994

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