PhD University of Minnesota Psychology 1994
Basic hearing processes related to normal cochlear physiology, and effects of hearing impairment and aging.
Clinical audiology, psychoacoustics, hearing conservation
2017 - NIH
2016 - NIH
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DeRoy Milvae, K., * Strickland, E. A. (2018). "Psychoacoustic measurements of ipsilateral cochlear gain reduction as a function of signal frequency," Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 143(5),
3114-3125, doi: 10.1121/1.5038254.
Verschooten, E., Strickland, E. A., Verhaert, N., & Joris, P. X. (2017). "Assessment of ipsilateral efferent effects in human via ECochG," Frontiers in Neuroscience, Vol. 11, Art. 331,
Milvae, K. DeRoy, Alexander, J. M., & Strickland, E. A. (2016). Is cochlear gain reduction related to speech-in-babble performance? S. Santurette, T. Dau, J. C. Dalsgaard, L. Tranebjaerg and T. Andersen (Eds.), Proceedings of ISAAR 2015: Characterization, Modelling, Compensation Strategies.
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