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David R. Stapells
David R. Stapells
Professor Emeritus, School of Audiology and Speech Sciences, University of British Columbia
Verified email at audiospeech.ubc.ca
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Intracerebral sources of human auditory steady-state responses
AT Herdman, O Lins, P Van Roon, DR Stapells, M Scherg, TW Picton
Brain topography 15, 69-86, 2002
4352002
Auditory evoked potentials from the human cochlea and brainstem.
TW Picton, DR Stapells, KB Campbell
The Journal of Otolaryngology. Supplement 9, 1-41, 1981
3311981
Human auditory steady state potentials
DR Stapells, D Linden, JB Suffield, G Hamel, TW Picton
Ear and hearing 5 (2), 105-113, 1984
3271984
Thresholds for auditory brain stem responses to tones in notched noise from infants and young children with normal hearing or sensorineural hearing loss
DR Stapells, JS Gravel, BA Martin
Ear and hearing 16 (4), 361-371, 1995
2951995
Estimation of the pure-tone audiogram by the auditory brainstem response: a review
DR Stapells, P Oates
Audiology and Neurotology 2 (5), 257-280, 1997
2501997
Children's event-related potentials of auditory selective attention vary with their socioeconomic status.
A D'Angiulli, A Herdman, D Stapells, C Hertzman
Neuropsychology 22 (3), 293, 2008
2432008
Threshold estimation by the tone-evoked auditory brainstem response: a literature meta-analysis
DR Stapells
Journal of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology 24 (2), 74-83, 2000
2372000
Thresholds determined using the monotic and dichotic multiple auditory steady-state response technique in normal-hearing subjects
AT Herdman, DR Stapells
Scandinavian audiology 30 (1), 41-49, 2001
2112001
Auditory steady-state response thresholds of adults with sensorineural hearing impairments: Umbrales de las respuestas auditivas de estado estable en adultos con hipoacusia …
AT Herdman, DR Stapells
International Journal of Audiology 42 (5), 237-248, 2003
2072003
Effects of sensorineural hearing loss on cortical event-related potential and behavioral measures of speech-sound processing
PA Oates, D Kurtzberg, DR Stapells
Ear and hearing 23 (5), 399-415, 2002
2002002
Normal hearing thresholds for clicks
DR Stapells, TW Picton, AD Smith
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 72 (1), 74-79, 1982
1841982
Auditory steady-state responses: threshold prediction using phase coherence
DR Stapells, S Makeig, R Galambos
Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology 67 (3), 260-270, 1987
1781987
The effects of broadband noise masking on cortical event-related potentials to speech sounds/ba/and/da
KA Whiting, BA Martin, DR Stapells
Ear and hearing 19 (3), 218-231, 1998
1721998
Inconsistency of auditory middle latency and steady-state responses in infants
DR Stapells, R Galambos, JA Costello, S Makeig
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology/Evoked Potentials …, 1988
1661988
Principles and applications of cortical auditory evoked potentials
BA Martin, KL Tremblay, DR Stapells
Auditory evoked potentials: basic principles and clinical application 23 …, 2007
1642007
Cortical event-related potentials to auditory stimuli
DR Stapells
Handbook of clinical audiology 5, 378-406, 2002
1632002
Technical aspects of brainstem evoked potential audiometry using tones
DR Stapells, TW Picton
Ear and Hearing 2 (1), 20-29, 1981
1631981
Effects of sensorineural hearing loss and personal hearing aids on cortical event-related potential and behavioral measures of speech-sound processing
PA Korczak, D Kurtzberg, DR Stapells
Ear and hearing 26 (2), 165-185, 2005
1562005
The effects of decreased audibility produced by high-pass noise masking on N1 and the mismatch negativity to speech sounds/ba/and/da
BA Martin, D Kurtzberg, DR Stapells
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 42 (2), 271-286, 1999
1561999
The effects of decreased audibility produced by high-pass noise masking on cortical event-related potentials to speech sounds/ba/and/da
BA Martin, A Sigal, D Kurtzberg, DR Stapells
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 101 (3), 1585-1599, 1997
1531997
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