Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
In Preparation or In Process
Paul, B. T. & Dimitrijevic, A. (In preparation). The relationship between neural alpha oscillations in hearing-impaired individuals and 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. (In preparation). Local Delivery of Adeno-Associated Virus Vector AAV2(quad Y-F) with BDNF Gene Prevents Noise-induced Hidden Hearing Loss in Rat
Prince, P., Paul, B. T., & Dimitrijevic, A. (In preparation). Neural Correlates of Visual Working Memory in Cochlear Implant Users are Related to Speech Perception in Noise.
Paul, B. T., Smith, M., L., Moore, D. R., & Dimitrijevic, A. (In preparation). The visual benefit on audio speech perception does not explain individual differences on cognitive listening demands.
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.
Paul, B. T. (Forthcoming). When tinnitus occurs with a normal audiogram. Canadian Audiologist.
Paul, B. T. (July 2019). Why is tinnitus hard to measure? Canadian Audiologist, Canadian Academy of Audiology, Volume 6 Issue 4.
Hébert, S. & Paul, B. T. (August 2018).Using Electroencephalography 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
In the media
Peripheral and Central Factors in Tinnitus. August 2016, McMaster University Department of Psychology, Neuroscience, & Behaviour.