Hallowell Davis, M.D.

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Hallowell Davis"

Dr. Davis played a pivotal role in the development of the electroencephalograph, or EEG, which measures minute electrical changes in the brain. The first EEG of human brain waves seen in this country was recorded from Dr. Davis's scalp by his students.

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Stevens SS, Davis H, Trahiotis C. (1985) Hearing: Its Psychology and Physiology by Stanley Smith Stevens and Hallowell Davis The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 77: 1628-1629
Davis H, Hirsh SK, Popelka GR, et al. (1984) Frequency selectivity and thresholds of brief stimuli suitable for electric response audiometry International Journal of Audiology. 23: 59-74
Dodge PR, Davis H, Feigin RD, et al. (1984) Prospective evaluation of hearing impairment as a sequela of acute bacterial meningitis. The New England Journal of Medicine. 311: 869-74
Davis H. (1983) An active process in cochlear mechanics Hearing Research. 9: 79-90
Davis H. (1982) Studies in developmental paediatrics, vol. 2 the development of hearing: by Sybil Yeates, MTP Press Ltd, 1981. £7.95 (237 pages) ISBN 0 85200 301 3 Trends in Neurosciences. 5: 96
Davis H. (1981) Auditory evoked potentials as a method for assessing hearing impairment Trends in Neurosciences. 4: 126-128
Marshall RE, Reichert TJ, Kerley SM, et al. (1980) Auditory function in newborn intensive care unit patients revealed by auditory brain-stem potentials The Journal of Pediatrics. 96: 731-735
Davis H, Hirsh SK. (1979) A slow brain stem response for low-frequency audiometry International Journal of Audiology. 18: 445-461
Davis H, Hirsh SKD. (1977) Brain stem electric response audiometry (bsera) Acta Oto-Laryngologica. 83: 136-139
Davis H. (1977) Psychological and physiological acoustics: 1920-1942 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 61: 264-266
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