Jack B. Kelly, Ph.D.

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Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 
Area:
Auditory Physiology
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Burke AJ, Hatano M, Kelly JB. (2012) Behavioral consequences of unilateral inferior colliculus lesions in the rat. Hearing Research. 294: 10-20
Rosen MJ, Sarro EC, Kelly JB, et al. (2012) Diminished behavioral and neural sensitivity to sound modulation is associated with moderate developmental hearing loss. Plos One. 7: e41514
Hatano M, Ito M, Yoshizaki T, et al. (2012) Changes in projections to the inferior colliculus following early hearing loss in rats. Hearing Research. 287: 57-66
Zhang H, Kelly JB. (2010) Time dependence of binaural responses in the rat's central nucleus of the inferior colliculus. Hearing Research. 268: 271-80
Zhang H, Kelly JB. (2009) Time-dependent effects of ipsilateral stimulation on contralaterally elicited responses in the rat's central nucleus of the inferior colliculus. Brain Research. 1303: 48-60
Champoux F, Houde MS, Gagné JP, et al. (2009) Uniform degradation of auditory acuity in subjects with normal hearing leads to unequal precedence effects. Ear and Hearing. 30: 377-9
Kelly JB, van Adel BA, Ito M. (2009) Anatomical projections of the nuclei of the lateral lemniscus in the albino rat (Rattus norvegicus). The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 512: 573-93
Ito M, Hatano M, Okoyama S, et al. (2008) Anatomical plasticity in brainstem auditory nuclei following unilateral ablation of the inferior colliculus in neonatal rats. Hearing Research. 239: 92-8
Cooke JE, Zhang H, Kelly JB. (2007) Detection of sinusoidal amplitude modulated sounds: deficits after bilateral lesions of auditory cortex in the rat. Hearing Research. 231: 90-9
Zhang H, Kelly JB. (2006) Responses of neurons in the rat's ventral nucleus of the lateral lemniscus to amplitude-modulated tones. Journal of Neurophysiology. 96: 2905-14
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