Gavin M. Bidelman, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, United States 
Area:
Auditory system, evoked potentials, neural plasticity
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Jackson T. Gandour grad student 2007-2011 Purdue
 (Neural correlates of musical and linguistic pitch as revealed in the auditory brainstem.)
Ananthanarayan  "Ravi" Krishnan grad student 2007-2011 Purdue
 (Neural correlates of musical and linguistic pitch as revealed in the auditory brainstem.)
Michael G. Heinz grad student 2009-2011 Purdue
Claude Alain post-doc 2011-2012 Rotman Research Institute
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Price CN, Bidelman GM. (2021) Attention reinforces human corticofugal system to aid speech perception in noise. Neuroimage. 235: 118014
Mahmud MS, Yeasin M, Bidelman GM. (2021) Speech categorization is better described by induced rather than evoked neural activity. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 149: 1644
Carter JA, Bidelman GM. (2021) Auditory cortex is susceptible to lexical influence as revealed by informational vs. energetic masking of speech categorization. Brain Research. 1759: 147385
Bidelman GM, Momtaz S. (2021) Subcortical rather than cortical sources of the frequency-following response (FFR) relate to speech-in-noise perception in normal-hearing listeners. Neuroscience Letters. 746: 135664
Mahmud MS, Ahmed F, Al-Fahad R, et al. (2020) Decoding Hearing-Related Changes in Older Adults' Spatiotemporal Neural Processing of Speech Using Machine Learning. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 14: 748
Mankel K, Barber J, Bidelman GM. (2019) Auditory categorical processing for speech is modulated by inherent musical listening skills. Neuroreport
Price CN, Alain C, Bidelman GM. (2019) Auditory-frontal Channeling in α and β Bands is Altered by Age-related Hearing Loss and Relates to Speech Perception in Noise. Neuroscience. 423: 18-28
Bidelman GM, Price CN, Shen D, et al. (2019) Afferent-efferent connectivity between auditory brainstem and cortex accounts for poorer speech-in-noise comprehension in older adults. Hearing Research. 382: 107795
Bidelman GM, Mahmud MS, Yeasin M, et al. (2019) Age-related hearing loss increases full-brain connectivity while reversing directed signaling within the dorsal-ventral pathway for speech. Brain Structure & Function
Bidelman GM, Brown B, Mankel K, et al. (2019) Psychobiological Responses Reveal Audiovisual Noise Differentially Challenges Speech Recognition. Ear and Hearing
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