Publications


Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

Submitted or In Prep

Paul, B. T., Chen, J., Le., T., Lin, V. & Dimitrijevic, A. (Submitted to NeuroImage: Clinical). Cortical alpha oscillations in individuals with severe hearing loss reflect subjective ratings of listening effort during speech-in-noise perception.

Mukherjee S., Kuroiwa M., Oakden W., Noman, A., Paul, B. T., Chen, J., Lin, V., Stanisz, G., & Le, T. (Submitted to eLife). Local magnetic delivery of Brain-derived neurotrophic factor prevents noise-induced hearing loss.

Prince, P., Paul, B. T., Chen, J., Le., T., Lin, V. & Dimitrijevic, A. (Submitted to NeuroImage). Neural Correlates of Visual Working Memory in Cochlear Implant Users are Related to Speech Perception in Noise.

Paul, B. T., Srikanthanathan, A., Chen, J., Le., T., Lin, V. & Dimitrijevic, A. (In preparation). Loss of high-frequency hearing acuity is associated with modified neural oscillations during visual verbal working memory.

Printed or In Press in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Paul, B. T., Uzelac, M., Chan, E., & Dimitrijevic, A. (2020). Poor early cortical differentiation of speech predicts perceptual difficulties of severely hearing-impaired listeners in multi-talker environments. Scientific Reports, 10:6141. doi:10.1038/s41598-020-63103-7

Paul, B. T., Schoenwiesner, M., & Hébert, S. (2018). Toward an objective measure of chronic tinnitus: properties of auditory cortical potentials evoked by weak sensory events. Hearing Research, 366, 90-98. doi:10.1016/j.heares.2018.04.005

Paul, B. T., Waheed, S., Bruce, I.C ., Roberts, L. E. (2017). Subcortical amplitude modulation encoding deficits suggest evidence of cochlear synaptopathy in normal-hearing 18–19 year olds with higher lifetime noise exposure.Journal of the Acoustical Society of America Express Letters, 142 (5), November 2017. doi: 10.1121/1.5009603. [Author correction published here].

Paul, B. T., Bruce, I.C., & Roberts, L.E. (2017). Evidence that hidden hearing loss underlies amplitude modulation encoding deficits in individuals with and without tinnitus. Hearing Research, 344, 170–182. doi:10.1016/j.heares.2016.11.010. [Author correction published here]

Roberts, L.E., Bosnyak, D. J., Bruce, I. C., Gander, P. E., & Paul, B. T. (2015). Evidence for differential modulation of primary and nonprimary auditory cortex by forward masking in tinnitus. Hearing Research,  327, 9-27. doi: 10.1016/j.heares.2015.04.011

Paul, B. T., Sederberg, P. B., & Feth, L. L. (2015). Imagined temporal groupings tune oscillatory neural activity for processing rhythmic sounds. Timing & Time Perception, 3, 172-88. doi:10.1163/22134468-03002042

Paul, B. T., Bruce, I, C., Bosnyak, D. J., Thompson, D. C., & Roberts, L. E. (2014). Modulation of electrocortical brain activity by attention in individuals with and without tinnitus. Neural Plasticity, vol. 2014, Article ID 127824. doi:10.1155/2014/127824.

Broze, Y., Paul, B. T., Allen, E., & Guarna, K. (2014). Polyphonic Voice Multiplicity, Numerosity, and Musical Emotion Perception. Music Perception, 32 (2), 143-159.

Paul, B., & Huron, D. (2010). An association between breaking voice and grief-related lyrics in Country Music. Empirical Musicology Review, 5 (2), 27-35.

Paul, B. (2010). Bilateral Keyboard Symmetry in the Music of Einojuhani Rautavaara. Oculus: Journal of Undergraduate Research at Ohio State, 1 (1), 92-98.

 

Magazine articles

Paul, B. T. (Forthcoming). Tinnitus with a normal audiogram: is hearing damaged missed by conventional testing? (Cover Story) Canadian Audiologist.

Paul, B. T. (September 2019). In memory of Larry Roberts. Canadian Audiologist, Volume 6 Issue 5.

Paul, B. T. (July 2019). Why is tinnitus so hard to measure? Canadian Audiologist, Volume 6 Issue 4.

Hébert, S. & Paul, B. T. (August 2018). Using electroencephalography (EEG) to track brain responses to gaps embedded in soft sounds: A stepping stone towards an objective measure of tinnitus. Tinnitus Today, Summer 2018 Edition, 30-32.