David Purcell, Ph.D.

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School of Communication Sciences and Disorders University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada 
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Easwar V, Birstler J, Harrison A, et al. (2021) The Influence of Sensation Level on Speech-Evoked Envelope Following Responses. Ear and Hearing
Urichuk M, Easwar V, Purcell D. (2021) Montage-related Variability in the Characteristics of Envelope Following Responses. Ear and Hearing
Easwar V, Bridgwater E, Purcell D. (2021) The Influence of Vowel Identity, Vowel Production Variability, and Consonant Environment on Envelope Following Responses. Ear and Hearing
Easwar V, Birstler J, Harrison A, et al. (2020) The Accuracy of Envelope Following Responses in Predicting Speech Audibility. Ear and Hearing. 41: 1732-1746
Yasmin S, Purcell DW, Veeranna SA, et al. (2020) A novel approach to investigate subcortical and cortical sensitivity to temporal structure simultaneously. Hearing Research. 398: 108080
Easwar V, Birstler J, Harrison A, et al. (2020) The Accuracy of Envelope Following Responses in Predicting Speech Audibility. Ear and Hearing
Easwar V, Scollie S, Purcell D. (2019) Investigating potential interactions between envelope following responses elicited simultaneously by different vowel formants. Hearing Research. 380: 35-45
Easwar V, Scollie S, Aiken S, et al. (2019) Test-Retest Variability in the Characteristics of Envelope Following Responses Evoked by Speech Stimuli. Ear and Hearing
Easwar V, Banyard A, Aiken SJ, et al. (2018) Phase-locked responses to the vowel envelope vary in scalp-recorded amplitude due to across-frequency response interactions. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 48: 3126-3145
Easwar V, Banyard A, Aiken S, et al. (2017) Phase delays between tone pairs reveal interactions in scalp-recorded envelope following responses. Neuroscience Letters
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