Elizabeth Strickland

Research Interests / Training Areas:

  • Psychoacoustics
  • Hearing Conservation

Biography:

Elizabeth Strickland, Ph.D., CCC-A, is the Director of the Psychoacoustics Lab. She completed her M.S. in Audiology at Purdue in 1994.  She received her Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota (Psychology)  in 1994, and did a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Florida (Psychology) from 1994-1995.  She joined the faculty at Purdue University in 1995.  Dr. Strickland’s research is on behavioral measures of hearing, particularly those that may reflect the processing of the peripheral auditory system. She has particularly focused on measurements that may reflect adjustment of the ear to sound in normal hearing, and how this may be affected by mild cochlear hearing impairment.  She currently teaches graduate courses in psychoacoustics and in hearing conservation.  She is also the Director of the SLHS NIH Training Grant

Recent publications:

Milvae, K. DeRoy, and 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.

Verschooten, E., Strickland, E. A., Verhaert, N., and Joris, P. X. (2017). Assessment of ipsilateral efferent effects in human via ECochG. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 11:331.

Roverud, E., and Strickland, E. A. (2015). The effects of ipsilateral, contralateral, and bilateral broadband noise on the mid-level hump in intensity discrimination. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 138(5), 3245-3262.

Roverud, E., and Strickland, E. A. (2015). Exploring the source of the mid-level hump for intensity discrimination in quiet and the effects of noise. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 137(3), 1318-1335.

Bidelman, G. M., Jennings, S. G., and Strickland, E. A. (2015).  PsyAcoustX: A flexible MATLAB® package for psychoacoustics research. Frontiers in Psychology, 6(1498), 1-11.

Roverud, E., and Strickland, E. A. (2014). Accounting for nonmonotonic precursor duration effects with gain reduction in the temporal window model. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America,135(3), 1321-1334.

Beth Strickland
Professor
Faculty Associate:  
Center on Aging and the Life Course

Lyles-Porter Hall, Room 3124
estrick@purdue.edu

Strickland CV

Lab:
Psychoacoustics Laboratory

Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences, Lyles-Porter Hall, 715 Clinic Drive, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2122, PH: (765) 494-3789

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