Auditory Electrophysiology Laboratory
Directed by Herbert Jay Gould, Ph.D., this laboratory conducts studies concerning the integrity of the auditory system at brainstem, mid brain and cortical levels. Studies are designed to distinguish patterns of electrical activity associated with speech perception in both normal and communication disordered children and adults.
Director: Herbert Jay Gould, Ph.D., CCC-A
Current Lab Projects
VEMP - A study of age and stimulus level
Principal Investigator: Herbert Jay Gould, Ph.D
Co-investigators: Shaum Bhagat, Ph.D., Monique A. Pousson, M.S.
- Atcherson, Samuel R. - Late Auditory Evoked Potentials to Gaps in Narrowband Noises in Young Adults with Normal Hearing (2006).
- Prout, Tina M. - Auditory and Visual P300 Event Related Potentials: Latency Difference and Modality Dependence (2005).
- Schairer, Kim S. - Effects of the Multiple Deviant Paradigm on Mismatch Negativity Source Generators (2000).
- Danesh, Ali Asghar - Topographic Analysis of Late Auditory Evoked Potentials (LAEP's) to Linguistic and Acoustically Similar Non-Linguistic Stimuli (1998).
- Zapala, David Allen - Statistical Quantification of Auditory Brainstorm Response Wave shape Quality and Its Relation to Peak Latency Measurement Accuracy (1993).
- Sobhy, Ossama A. - Frequency Specificity of the Auditory Middle Latency Response (1993).
- Crawford, Margie R. - Effects of Sleep Stage on the Signal to Noise Ratio of the Middle Components (1991).
- Heard, Kenneth W. - Assessment of Lead-lag Effects and Asymmetry on the Auditory Brainstem Response in Humans from Binaural Interaurally Delayed Stimulation (1987).