Experts and Doctors on acoustic stimulation in Iowa City, Iowa, United States


Locale: Iowa City, Iowa, United States
Topic: acoustic stimulation

Top Publications

  1. Brugge J, Nourski K, Oya H, Reale R, Kawasaki H, Steinschneider M, et al. Coding of repetitive transients by auditory cortex on Heschl's gyrus. J Neurophysiol. 2009;102:2358-74 pubmed publisher
    ..The non-phase-locked component of the response extracted from the ERBP showed a robust, long-latency response occurring here in response to the highest click rates in the series. ..
  2. Gantz B, Hansen M, Turner C, Oleson J, REISS L, Parkinson A. Hybrid 10 clinical trial: preliminary results. Audiol Neurootol. 2009;14 Suppl 1:32-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Duration of profound high-frequency hearing loss appears to be an important variable when determining selection criteria for the Hybrid implant. ..
  3. Kumar S, Joseph S, Gander P, Barascud N, Halpern A, Griffiths T. A Brain System for Auditory Working Memory. J Neurosci. 2016;36:4492-505 pubmed publisher
    ..Third, we show long-range connectivity of auditory cortex to hippocampus and frontal cortex, which may be responsible for keeping such representations active during working memory maintenance. ..
  4. Bigelow J, Poremba A. Auditory proactive interference in monkeys: the roles of stimulus set size and intertrial interval. Learn Behav. 2013;41:319-32 pubmed publisher
    ..Additional analyses of the data from Experiment 1 suggested that monkeys may make same-different judgments on the basis of a familiarity criterion that is adjusted by error-related feedback. ..
  5. Eppsteiner R, Shearer A, Hildebrand M, DeLuca A, Ji H, Dunn C, et al. Prediction of cochlear implant performance by genetic mutation: the spiral ganglion hypothesis. Hear Res. 2012;292:51-8 pubmed publisher
  6. Tyler R, Noble W, Coelho C, Ji H. Tinnitus retraining therapy: mixing point and total masking are equally effective. Ear Hear. 2012;33:588-94 pubmed publisher
    ..4% for the total masking group. No significant average differences among groups were observed. One premise of retraining therapy is incorrect; a focus on mixing-point masking is not required for habituation. ..
  7. Tyler R, Witt S, Dunn C, Perreau A, Parkinson A, Wilson B. An attempt to improve bilateral cochlear implants by increasing the distance between electrodes and providing complementary information to the two ears. J Am Acad Audiol. 2010;21:52-65 pubmed
    ..It is possible that the subjects in this study who showed a significant improvement with the interleaved strategy did so because of less channel interaction; however, this hypothesis was not directly tested. ..
  8. Jeon E, Brown C, Etler C, O Brien S, Chiou L, Abbas P. Comparison of electrically evoked compound action potential thresholds and loudness estimates for the stimuli used to program the Advanced Bionics cochlear implant. J Am Acad Audiol. 2010;21:16-27 pubmed
    ..If programming levels are to be determined on the basis of ECAP thresholds, care should be taken to ensure that stimulation is not uncomfortably loud, particularly on the basal electrodes in the array. ..
  9. Dunn C, Noble W, Tyler R, Kordus M, Gantz B, Ji H. Bilateral and unilateral cochlear implant users compared on speech perception in noise. Ear Hear. 2010;31:296-8 pubmed publisher
    ..The CICI group showed significantly better performance on speech perception in noise compared with the CI-only subjects, supporting the hypothesis that CICI is more beneficial than CI only. ..

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  1. Khalsa S, Rudrauf D, Tranel D. Interoceptive awareness declines with age. Psychophysiology. 2009;46:1130-6 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings provide clear empirical evidence that interoception, much like exteroception and proprioception, declines with age. ..
  2. Plakke B, Ng C, Poremba A. Scopolamine impairs auditory delayed matching-to-sample performance in monkeys. Neurosci Lett. 2008;438:126-30 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings support the hypothesis that the cholinergic system is important for auditory short-term memory. ..
  3. Turner C, Reiss L, Gantz B. Combined acoustic and electric hearing: preserving residual acoustic hearing. Hear Res. 2008;242:164-71 pubmed publisher
  4. Nourski K, Abbas P, Miller C, Robinson B, Jeng F. Acoustic-electric interactions in the guinea pig auditory nerve: simultaneous and forward masking of the electrically evoked compound action potential. Hear Res. 2007;232:87-103 pubmed
    ..Post-stimulatory changes in synchrony, possibly due to recovery of spontaneous activity and an additional hair-cell independent mechanism, are hypothesized to contribute to the observed non-monotonicity of recovery. ..
  5. Springer J, Binder J, Hammeke T, Swanson S, Frost J, Bellgowan P, et al. Language dominance in neurologically normal and epilepsy subjects: a functional MRI study. Brain. 1999;122 ( Pt 11):2033-46 pubmed
    ..Language lateralization in the normal group was weakly related to age, but was not significantly related to sex, education, task performance or familial left-handedness. ..
  6. Hay McCutcheon M, Brown C, Abbas P. An analysis of the impact of auditory-nerve adaptation on behavioral measures of temporal integration in cochlear implant recipients. J Acoust Soc Am. 2005;118:2444-57 pubmed
  7. Vander Werff K, Brown C. Effect of audiometric configuration on threshold and suprathreshold auditory steady-state responses. Ear Hear. 2005;26:310-26 pubmed
    ..The small amplitude of the ASSR response and individual variability may make threshold estimation based on extrapolation from suprathreshold ASSR responses impractical. ..
  8. Miller C, Robinson B, Hetke J, Abbas P, Nourski K. Feasibility of using silicon-substrate recording electrodes within the auditory nerve. Hear Res. 2004;198:48-58 pubmed
    ..More productive results may be possible from other peripheral nerves with less complex spatial arrangements of fibers. ..
  9. Tyler R, Gantz B, Rubinstein J, Wilson B, Parkinson A, Wolaver A, et al. Three-month results with bilateral cochlear implants. Ear Hear. 2002;23:80S-89S pubmed
    ..In addition, localization ability was generally better with two implants than with one. ..
  10. Miller C, Abbas P, Robinson B, Nourski K, Zhang F, Jeng F. Auditory nerve fiber responses to combined acoustic and electric stimulation. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2009;10:425-45 pubmed publisher
  11. Johnson T, Brown C. Threshold prediction using the auditory steady-state response and the tone burst auditory brain stem response: a within-subject comparison. Ear Hear. 2005;26:559-76 pubmed
  12. Christie K, Sivan Loukianova E, Smith W, Aldrich B, Schon M, Roy M, et al. Physiological, anatomical, and behavioral changes after acoustic trauma in Drosophila melanogaster. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013;110:15449-54 pubmed publisher
    ..This report of noise trauma in Drosophila is a foundation for studying molecular and genetic sequelae of NIHL. ..
  13. Farris Trimble A, McMurray B. Test-retest reliability of eye tracking in the visual world paradigm for the study of real-time spoken word recognition. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 2013;56:1328-45 pubmed publisher
    ..30). The VWP is stable enough (with some caveats) to serve as an individual measure. These findings suggest guidelines for future use of the paradigm and for areas of improvement in both methodology and analysis. ..
  14. Halverson H, Freeman J. Medial auditory thalamic nuclei are necessary for eyeblink conditioning. Behav Neurosci. 2006;120:880-7 pubmed
    ..The medial auditory thalamic nuclei may modulate activity in a short-latency auditory CS pathway or serve as part of a longer latency auditory CS pathway that is necessary for eyeblink conditioning. ..
  15. Nourski K, Brugge J, Reale R, Kovach C, Oya H, Kawasaki H, et al. Coding of repetitive transients by auditory cortex on posterolateral superior temporal gyrus in humans: an intracranial electrophysiology study. J Neurophysiol. 2013;109:1283-95 pubmed publisher
    ..These include an isomorphic representation of periodicity (as measured by the FFR), a representation based on increases in non-phase-locked activity (as measured by high gamma ERBP), and spatially distributed patterns of activity. ..
  16. Wemmie J, Askwith C, Lamani E, Cassell M, Freeman J, Welsh M. Acid-sensing ion channel 1 is localized in brain regions with high synaptic density and contributes to fear conditioning. J Neurosci. 2003;23:5496-502 pubmed
    ..These studies suggest that ASIC1 is distributed to regions supporting high levels of synaptic plasticity and contributes to the neural mechanisms of fear conditioning. ..
  17. Sheffield A, Gubbels S, Hildebrand M, Newton S, Chiorini J, Di Pasquale G, et al. Viral vector tropism for supporting cells in the developing murine cochlea. Hear Res. 2011;277:28-36 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results support the use of BAAV for safe and efficient targeting of supporting cell progenitors in the developing murine inner ear. ..
  18. Coryell M, Ziemann A, Westmoreland P, Haenfler J, Kurjakovic Z, Zha X, et al. Targeting ASIC1a reduces innate fear and alters neuronal activity in the fear circuit. Biol Psychiatry. 2007;62:1140-8 pubmed
    ..Furthermore, the data indicate that targeting the ASIC1a gene or acutely inhibiting ASIC1a suppresses fear and anxiety independent of conditioning. ..
  19. Kopecky B, Jahan I, Fritzsch B. Correct timing of proliferation and differentiation is necessary for normal inner ear development and auditory hair cell viability. Dev Dyn. 2013;242:132-47 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, our data indicate that Myc is an integral component of the evolutionary transformation process that resulted in the organ of Corti development. ..
  20. Moore C, Hein E, Grosjean M, Rinkenauer G. Limited influence of perceptual organization on the precision of attentional control. Atten Percept Psychophys. 2009;71:971-83 pubmed publisher
    ..There was little evidence that the observers could do this, indicating a limited role of perceptual organization in the precision of attentional control. ..
  21. Gantz B, Turner C. Combining acoustic and electrical speech processing: Iowa/Nucleus hybrid implant. Acta Otolaryngol. 2004;124:344-7 pubmed
    ..In addition, we test whether residual hearing can be preserved when an electrode is placed up to 10 mm into the inner ear, and whether the site of electrical stimulation influences speech perception...
  22. Halverson H, Freeman J. Medial auditory thalamic input to the lateral pontine nuclei is necessary for auditory eyeblink conditioning. Neurobiol Learn Mem. 2010;93:92-8 pubmed publisher
    ..The results provide evidence that the auditory CS pathway necessary for delay eyeblink conditioning includes the MATN-LPN projection and the visual CS pathway includes the MPN. ..
  23. Roy M, Sivan Loukianova E, Eberl D. Cell-type-specific roles of Na+/K+ ATPase subunits in Drosophila auditory mechanosensation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013;110:181-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Our studies provide an amenable model to investigate generation of endolymph-like extracellular compartments. ..
  24. Johnsen E, Tranel D, Lutgendorf S, Adolphs R. A neuroanatomical dissociation for emotion induced by music. Int J Psychophysiol. 2009;72:24-33 pubmed publisher
    ..The findings provide evidence for a double dissociation between feeling emotions and autonomic responses to emotions, in response to music stimuli. ..
  25. Freeman J, Duffel J. Eyeblink conditioning using cochlear nucleus stimulation as a conditioned stimulus in developing rats. Dev Psychobiol. 2008;50:640-6 pubmed publisher
    ..The findings suggest that developmental changes in the CN projections to the pons, inferior colliculus, or medial auditory thalamus may be a neural mechanism underlying the ontogeny of auditory eyeblink conditioning. ..
  26. Fryauf Bertschy H, Tyler R, Kelsay D, Gantz B. Performance over time of congenitally deaf and postlingually deafened children using a multichannel cochlear implant. J Speech Hear Res. 1992;35:913-20 pubmed
    ..With as much as 18-24 months of use, however, some congenitally deaf children demonstrated limited open-set word recognition. ..
  27. Vralsted V, Price M, Du J, Schnizler M, Wunsch A, Ziemann A, et al. Expressing acid-sensing ion channel 3 in the brain alters acid-evoked currents and impairs fear conditioning. Genes Brain Behav. 2011;10:444-50 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, these data suggest that ASIC subunit composition and channel desensitization may be critical determinants for ASIC-dependent behavior. ..
  28. Freeman J, Campolattaro M. Ontogenetic change in the auditory conditioned stimulus pathway for eyeblink conditioning. Learn Mem. 2008;15:823-8 pubmed publisher
    ..The findings suggest that the thalamic contribution to auditory eyeblink conditioning continues to develop through the first postnatal month. ..