Daniel B. Polley

Affiliations: 
Eaton Peabody Laboratory Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
Auditory System
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http://scholar.harvard.edu/polleylab/people/daniel-b-polley-phd
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Smith SS, Jahn KN, Sugai JA, et al. (2023) The human pupil and face encode sound affect and provide objective signatures of tinnitus and auditory hypersensitivity disorders. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Asokan MM, Watanabe Y, Kimchi EY, et al. (2023) Potentiation of cholinergic and corticofugal inputs to the lateral amygdala in threat learning. Cell Reports. 42: 113167
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
Jahn KN, Polley DB. (2023) Asymmetric hearing thresholds are associated with hyperacusis in a large clinical population. Hearing Research. 437: 108854
Asokan MM, Polley DB. (2023) New revelations from the zone of uncertainty. Neuron. 111: 601-603
Asokan MM, Watanabe Y, Kimchi EY, et al. (2023) Potentiated cholinergic and corticofugal inputs support reorganized sensory processing in the basolateral amygdala during auditory threat acquisition and retrieval. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
McGill M, Hight AE, Watanabe YL, et al. (2022) Neural signatures of auditory hypersensitivity following acoustic trauma. Elife. 11
Smalt CJ, Sugai JA, Koops EA, et al. (2022) Automatic identification of tinnitus malingering based on overt and covert behavioral responses during psychoacoustic testing. Npj Digital Medicine. 5: 127
Grant KJ, Parthasarathy A, Vasilkov V, et al. (2022) Predicting neural deficits in sensorineural hearing loss from word recognition scores. Scientific Reports. 12: 8929
Jahn KN, Hancock KE, Maison SF, et al. (2022) Estimated cochlear neural degeneration is associated with loudness hypersensitivity in individuals with normal audiograms. Jasa Express Letters. 2: 064403
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