David Stapells

Affiliations: 
School of Audiology and Speech Sciences University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
Area:
EEG, auditory
Website:
http://www.audiospeech.ubc.ca/haplab/haplab.htm
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Hatton JL, Stapells DR. (2013) Monotic versus dichotic multiple-stimulus auditory steady state responses in young children. Ear and Hearing. 34: 680-2
Ishida IM, Cuthbert BP, Stapells DR. (2011) Multiple auditory steady state response thresholds to bone conduction stimuli in adults with normal and elevated thresholds. Ear and Hearing. 32: 373-81
Hatton J, Stapells DR. (2011) The efficiency of the single- versus multiple-stimulus auditory steady state responses in infants. Ear and Hearing. 32: 349-57
Van Maanen A, Stapells DR. (2010) Multiple-ASSR thresholds in infants and young children with hearing loss. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 21: 535-45
Janssen RM, Usher L, Stapells DR. (2010) The British Columbia's Children's Hospital tone-evoked auditory brainstem response protocol: how long do infants sleep and how much information can be obtained in one appointment? Ear and Hearing. 31: 722-4
Korczak PA, Stapells DR. (2010) Effects of various articulatory features of speech on cortical event-related potentials and behavioral measures of speech-sound processing. Ear and Hearing. 31: 491-504
Van Maanen A, Stapells DR. (2009) Normal multiple auditory steady-state response thresholds to air-conducted stimuli in infants. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 20: 196-207
Ishida IM, Stapells DR. (2009) Does the 40-Hz auditory steady-state response show the binaural masking level difference? Ear and Hearing. 30: 713-5
Small SA, Stapells DR. (2008) Normal ipsilateral/contralateral asymmetries in infant multiple auditory steady-state responses to air- and bone-conduction stimuli. Ear and Hearing. 29: 185-98
D'Angiulli A, Herdman A, Stapells D, et al. (2008) Children's event-related potentials of auditory selective attention vary with their socioeconomic status. Neuropsychology. 22: 293-300
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