Pamela J. Mishler

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An experiment was conducted to determine the effects of two types of hearing protectors on auditory localization performance. Six listeners localized a 750-ms broadband noise from loudspeakers ranging in azimuth from -180 degrees to +180 degrees and in elevation from -75 degrees to +90 degrees. Independent variables included the type of hearing protector(More)
The gamma band response (GBR) is an exogenous, cortically generated, event-related potential that occurs between 20- and 170-msec post-stimulus onset. The auditory GBR is superimposed on the transient evoked middle and long latency cortical auditory evoked potentials and demonstrates a peak spectral frequency between 30 and 40 Hz. The present investigations(More)
This investigation was conducted to determine whether an exogenous event-related potential called the mismatch negativity (MMN) would change systematically in response to frequency-modulated signals with varying temporal properties. Both N1 and P2 waveforms were recorded for 50-ms frequency-modulated signals from normal hearing listeners. The standard(More)
An experiment was conducted to determine the effects of completely-in-the-canal (CIC) hearing aids on auditory localization performance. Six normal-hearing listeners localized a 750-ms broadband noise from loudspeakers ranging in azimuth from -180 degrees to +180 degrees and in elevation from -75 degrees to +90 degrees. Independent variables included the(More)
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