Publications

Listed below are the outputs from the project and its associated projects. These include both review articles and original empirical studies. An external link to the article is provided. Articles are listed in chronological order.

Acoustic middle-ear-muscle-reflex thresholds in humans with normal audiograms: No relations to tinnitus, speech perception in noise, or noise exposure

Guest et al. (2018). Empirical article.

The Noise Exposure Structured Interview (NESI): An instrument for the comprehensive estimation of lifetime noise exposure

Guest et al. (2018). Methodological article.

Impaired speech perception in noise with a normal audiogram: No evidence for cochlear synaptopathy and no relation to lifetime noise exposure

Guest et al. (2018). Empirical article.

Supra-threshold auditory brainstem response amplitudes in humans: Test-retest reliability, electrode montage and noise exposure

Prendergast et al. (2018). Empirical article.

A protocol for imaging the physiological bases of “hidden” noise induced hearing loss

Dewey et al. (2018). Research protocol.

Effects of noise exposure on young adults with normal audiograms II: Behavioral measures

Prendergast et al. (2017). Empirical article.

Tinnitus with a normal audiogram: Role of high-frequency sensitivity and reanalysis of brainstem-response measures to avoid audiometric over-matching

Guest et al. (2017). Empirical article.

Effects of noise exposure on young adults with normal audiograms I: Electrophysiology

Prendergast et al. (2017). Empirical article.

Tinnitus with a normal audiogram: Relation to noise exposure but no evidence for cochlear synaptopathy

Guest et al. (2017). Empirical article.

Towards a diagnostic test for hidden hearing loss

Plack et al. (2016). Review article.

The Relation Between Cochlear Neuropathy, Hidden Hearing Loss and Obscure Auditory Dysfunction

Prendergast et al. (2015). Review article.

Perceptual consequences of "hidden" hearing loss.

Plack et al. (2014). Review article.