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A slow vertex response (SVR) is associated with electrophysiological recordings of the auditory system, specifically auditory evoked potentials (AEPs). The SVR of a normal human being recorded with surface electrodes can be found at then end of a recorded AEP waveform between the latencies 50-500ms.

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