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  • Bhagat, S.P., Champlin, C.A. Evaluation of distortion products produced by the human auditory system. Hearing Research. 2004; 193: 51-67.
  • Bhagat, S.P. Properties of binaural vestibular evoked myogenic potentials elicited with air-conducted and bone-conducted tone bursts. International Journal of Audiology. 2006; 45: 609-616.
  • Elliott, E.M., Bhagat, S.P., Lynn, S.D. Can children with (central) auditory processing disorders ignore irrelevant sounds? Research in Developmental Disabilities. 2007; 28: 506-517.
  • Bhagat, S.P. The effects of monotic and dichotic interference tones on 40-Hz auditory steady-state responses in normal-hearing adults. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 2008; 19, 101-119.
  • Bhagat, S.P., Davis, A.M. Modification of otoacoustic emissions following ear-level exposure to MP3 player music. International Journal of Audiology. 2008; 47, 751-760.
  • Tanedo, J.R., Bhagat, S.P. Attentional control of cochlear micromechanics: the role of the medial olivocochlear efferent system. Perspectives on Hearing and Hearing Disorders: Research and Diagnostics, August 2008; 12, 17-21.
  • Bhagat, S. Analysis of distortion product otoacoustic emission spectra in normal-hearing adults. American Journal of Audiology. 2009; 18, 60-68.
  • Bhagat, S.P. and Xu, J. The influence of language experience on contralateral suppression of click-evoked otoacoustic emissions in young adults. In N.P. Cooper and D.T. Kemp (eds.) Concepts and Challenges in the Biophysics of Hearing, pp. 181-182, 2009. Singapore: World Scientific.
  • Bhagat, S.P., Bass, J.K., White, S.T., Qaddoumi, I, Wilson, M.W., Wu, J., Rodriguez-Galindo, C. Monitoring carboplatin ototoxicity with distortion-product otoacoustic emissions in children with retinoblastoma. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 2010; 74, 1156-1163.
  • Bhagat, S.P. and Carter, P.H. Efferent-induced change in human cochlear compression and its influence on masking of tones. Neuroscience Letters. 2010; 485, 94-97.
  • Bhagat, S.P. Chapter 7. Frequency-Following Responses. In Atcherson, S.R. and Stoody, T.M. (Eds.), Auditory Electrophysiology: A clinical guide (pp. 85-103). 2012. New York, NY: Thieme Publishers.
  • Bhagat, S.P. Ototoxic hearing loss and retinoblastoma patients. In G. Kumaramanickavel (Ed.), Retinoblastoma: An update on clinical, genetic counseling, epidemiology and molecular tumor biology (pp. 39-54). 2012. Intech Publishers.
  • Bhagat, S., Bass, J., Qaddoumi, I., Brennan, R., Wilson, M., Wu, J., Galindo, C.-R., Paglialonga, A., Tognola, G. (2013). Time-frequency analysis of transient-evoked otoacoustic emissions in children exposed to carboplatin chemotherapy. Audiology and Neurotology 18, 71-82. (note: online publication 2012).
  • Bass, J.K., Huang, J., Onar-Thomas, A., Chang, K.W., Bhagat, S.P., Chintagumpala, M., Bartels, U., Gururangan, S., Hassall, T., Heath, J.A., McCowage, G., Cohn, R.J., Fisher, M.J., Robinson, G., Broniscer, A., Gajjar, A., and Gurney, J.G. Concordance between the Chang and the International Society of Pediatric Oncology (SIOP) ototoxicity grading scales in patients treated with cisplatin for medulloblastoma. Pediatric Blood and Cancer (note: online publication 2013).
  • Bhagat, S.P. and Kilgore, C. Efferent-mediated reduction in cochlear gain does not alter tuning estimates from stimulus-frequency otoacoustic emission group delays. Neuroscience Letters (note: online publication 2013).
  • Bass, J.K. and Bhagat, S.P. Challenges in ototoxicity monitoring in the pediatric oncology population. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology (in press).
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