Jacie R McHaney, PhD

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2018-2023 CSD University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
 2023- CSD Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
Area:
Cognitive auditory neuroscience
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Mukhopadhyay M, McHaney JR, Chandrasekaran B, et al. (2024) Bayesian Semiparametric Longitudinal Inverse-Probit Mixed Models for Category Learning. Psychometrika
McHaney JR, Schuerman WL, Leonard MK, et al. (2023) Transcutaneous Auricular Vagus Nerve Stimulation Modulates Performance but Not Pupil Size During Nonnative Speech Category Learning. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 1-19
McHaney JR, Hancock KE, Polley DB, et al. (2023) Sensory representations and pupil-indexed listening effort provide complementary contributions to multi-talker speech intelligibility. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Cancel VE, McHaney JR, Milne V, et al. (2023) A data-driven approach to identify a rapid screener for auditory processing disorder testing referrals in adults. Scientific Reports. 13: 13636
Lescht E, Venker C, McHaney JR, et al. (2022) Novel word recognition in childhood stuttering. Topics in Language Disorders. 42: 41-56
McHaney JR, Tessmer R, Roark CL, et al. (2021) Working memory relates to individual differences in speech category learning: Insights from computational modeling and pupillometry. Brain and Language. 222: 105010
McHaney JR, Gnanateja GN, Smayda KE, et al. (2020) Cortical Tracking of Speech in Delta Band Relates to Individual Differences in Speech in Noise Comprehension in Older Adults. Ear and Hearing
Llanos F, McHaney JR, Schuerman WL, et al. (2020) Non-invasive peripheral nerve stimulation selectively enhances speech category learning in adults. Npj Science of Learning. 5: 12
Koski JE, McHaney JR, Rigney AE, et al. (2020) Reconsidering longstanding assumptions about the role of medial prefrontal cortex (MPFC) in social evaluation. Neuroimage. 214: 116752
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