Neuroanatomy at the Neuroaudiology Lab at the University of Arizona

by Barrett St. George   {Editor’s note: I have asked Barrett St. George, an Au.D. – Ph.D. student in our lab to write this commentary on the neuroanatomy projects in our lab. Several topics are covered and I thought it would be of interest to our Pathways/HHTM readership. – FM}     A detailed understanding…

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The Clinical Utility of P300 Evoked Responses in Post-Sport-Related Concussion Evaluation

By: Stephanie A. Waryasz, Au.D., CCC-A, F-AAA   Sport-related concussion is a type of injury that tends to produce subtle anatomical abnormalities on the microscopic level within the brain (Gaetz & Weinberg, 2000; Gaetz, Goodman, & Weinberg, 2000; Barth, Freeman, Broshek, & Verney, 2001).  These types of injuries may be asymptomatic and remain unidentified through…

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Binaural Improvement in Normal and Defective Ears in a Background of Other Voices: A Historical Article Review from the Archives

by Nicole Denny, Alyssa Everett, and Frank Musiek, The University of Arizona   Binaural Improvement in Normal and Defective Ears in a Background of Other Voices is a classic article from 1971 by J. D. Harris and C. Myers.  Previous research by Harris in 1965 demonstrated that when a subject is asked to answer a…

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