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Journal Articles:

- Includes research conducted within the MSP Lab.

- 2017 -

Wojtczak, M., Mehta A. H., and Oxenham A. J. (2017). "Rhythm judgments reveal a frequency asymmetry in the perception and neural coding of sound synchrony," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 114, 1201-1206.

Lau, B. K., Ruggles, D. R., Katyal, S., Engel, S. A., and Oxenham, A. J. (2017). "Sustained cortical and subcortical measures of auditory and visual plasticity following short-term perceptual learning," PLOS ONE 12, e0168858.

 
Conference Presentations:

- 2017 -

Nelson, P. B., VanTasell, D., and Perry, T. T. (2017). "Self-fitting hearing aids reveal strong effects of sound quality and comfort," Presented at the 173rd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, 5pNSb3.

Ruggles, D., Tausend, A. N., and Oxenham, A. J. (2017). "Sustained periodic phase locking during a perceptual streaming task using resolved and unresolved harmonic tones," Presented at the 173rd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, 4aPPc6.

Nelson, P., VanTasell, D., Gregan, M., Perry, T., Dirks, C., and Day, K. (2017). "Listeners prefer self-adjusted gain over audiologist settings in blind comparisons," Presented at the 44th Annual American Auditory Society Scientific and Technology Meeting, PSY16-168.

- 2016 -

Nelson, P. B., Sullivan, M., Adams, M., and Byrne, A. (2016). "Measuring perceptual effects of infrasound," Presented at the 172nd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, 5aNSa4.

Nelson, P. B., and VanTasell, D. (2016). "Self-fitting hearing aids reveal strong individual preferences in noisy rooms," Presented at the 172nd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, 2pAA11.

Oxenham, A. J., and Wojtczak, M. (2016). "Temporal asynchrony and rhythm perception: Neural bases of perceptual asymmetries," Presented at the 172nd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, 4pPP5.

McKinney, M. F., Zhang, Y., Yu, L., Koerner, T., Zhang, T., and Nelson, P. (2016). "Neural correlates of speech clarity as affected by hearing aid delay for normal-hearing and hearing-impaired listeners," Presented at the 2016 International Hearing Aid Research Conference (IHCON), A45.

Nelson, P. B., Sullivan, M., Adams, M., Lueker, M., Marr, J., and Thigpen, B. (2016). "Measuring perceptual effects of infrasound," Presented at the 171st Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, 4aNS3.

Perry, T. T., Nelson, P., VanTasell, D., and Gregan, M. (2016). "Individual differences in self-adjustment of hearing aid amplification," Presented at the 171st Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, 1aPP52.

Anderson, L., Barac-cikoja, D., and Nelson, P. (2016). "Esteem® middle-ear implant users' perception of own-voice relative loudness," Presented at the 43rd Annual American Auditory Society Scientific and Technology Meeting, AMP07.

Yu, T. J., Schlauch, R. S., Han, H. J., and Carney, E. (2016). "Sources of discrepancy between loudness perception and model predictions," Presented at the 43rd Annual American Auditory Society Scientific and Technology Meeting, PSY06.

Nelson, P. (2016). "Hearing aid gain preferences in noisy rooms," Presented at the 43rd Annual American Auditory Society Scientific and Technology Meeting.

Lau, B., Ruggles, D., Katyal, S., Engel, S., and Oxenham, A. (2016). "Cortical and subcortical plasticity following short-term perceptual learning on auditory and visual tasks," Abstracts of the 39th Annual Midwinter Meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, PD-44.

- 2015 -

Schlauch, R. S., Carney, E., Yu, T. J., and Han, H. J. (2015). "Some factors affecting loudness measurement and prediction," Presented at the 170th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, 4aNS6.

Torgerud, W., Mussack, D., Lee, T., Maffei, G., Cotugno, G., and Schrater, P. (2015). "Arousal both decreases conservativeness and increases attentiveness in a random dot motion decision making task," Presented at Neuroscience 2015 (Society for Neuroscience).

Lau, B., Ruggles, D. R., Katyal, S., Engel, S. A., and Oxenham, A. J. (2015). "The influence of short term perceptual learning of pitch discrimination and modulation discrimination on subcortical envelope-following and cortical steady-state EEG responses," Presented at the 169th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, 4pPP5.

Torgerud, W., Mussack, D., Lee, T., Maffei, G., Cotugno, G., and Schrater, P. (2015). "Affective decision making: Effects of arousal on a random dot motion task," Presented at Cosyne2015 (Computational and Systems Neuroscience Meeting), I-7.

Dirks, C., Oxenham, A., and Nelson, P. (2015). "Single-sided deafness cochlear-implant perception and simulation: Localization and spatial-masking release," Presented at the 42nd Annual American Auditory Society Scientific and Technology Meeting, 156-CI11.

Nelson, P., VanTasell, D., Gregan, M., Hinz, J., and Svec, A. (2015). "Individual differences in self-adjusted gain for noisy rooms: Effects on audibility," Presented at the 42nd Annual American Auditory Society Scientific and Technology Meeting, 43-AMP27.

- 2014 -

Nelson, P., VanTasell, D., Sabin, A., Gregan, M., Hinz, J., Brandewie, E., and Svec, A. (2014). "User self-adjustment of a simulated hearing aid in laboratory versus real-world noise," Presented at the 41st Annual American Auditory Society Scientific and Technology Meeting, AMP04.

Ruggles, D. R., Arneja, A., Shamma, S., and Oxenham, A. J. (2014). "Sub-cortical phase locking to attended and unattended streams of resolved and unresolved harmonic complex tones," Abstracts of the 37th Annual Midwinter Meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, PS-051.

 
CATSS Grand Opening Posters:

CATSS Projects 1 (PDF)

Improving Hearing Aids (HA): Can self-adjustment of HA improve user outcomes?
Peggy Nelson, CLA, SLHS

Improving pitch perception in cochlear implants.
Andrew J. Oxenham, CLA, Psychology, and AHC, Otolaryngology

Autism Spectrum Disorder: Audiovisual integration.
Yang Zhang, CLA, SLHS

Implantable Hearing Devices: Can new neural technologies within the brain improve hearing outcomes?
Hubert Lim, CSE, Biomedical Engineering, and AHC, Otolaryngology

 
 
CATSS Projects 2 (PDF)

MNREAD at the MN State Fair: Development & assessment of an iPad version of the MNREAD reading acuity chart.
Gordon Legge, CLA, Psychology

Cochlear implants (CI): Measuring benefit for unilateral hearing loss.
Douglas Sladen, Mayo Clinic Audiology

Enhanced aids for hearing loss: Customized amplification based on physiology.
Evelyn Davies-Venn, CLA, SLHS

Somatosensory dysfunction: Training senses to improve motor function in neurorehabilitation.
Juergen Konczak, CEHD, Kinesiology

 

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