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James Dias

InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentOto-h&n Surg
AddressP.O. Box MSC 550
135 Rutledge Ave
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    1. McClaskey CM, Panganiban CH, Noble KV, Dias JW, Lang H, Harris KC. A multi-metric approach to characterizing mouse peripheral auditory nerve function using the auditory brainstem response. J Neurosci Methods. 2020 12 01; 346:108937. PMID: 32910925.
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    2. Dias JW, McClaskey CM, Eckert MA, Jensen JH, Harris KC. Intra- and interhemispheric white matter tract associations with auditory spatial processing: Distinct normative and aging effects. Neuroimage. 2020 07 15; 215:116792. PMID: 32278895.
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    3. McClaskey CM, Dias JW, Harris KC. Sustained envelope periodicity representations are associated with speech-in-noise performance in difficult listening conditions for younger and older adults. J Neurophysiol. 2019 10 01; 122(4):1685-1696. PMID: 31365323.
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    4. Dias JW, McClaskey CM, Harris KC. Time-Compressed Speech Identification Is Predicted by Auditory Neural Processing, Perceptuomotor Speed, and Executive Functioning in Younger and Older Listeners. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2019 02; 20(1):73-88. PMID: 30456729.
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    5. McClaskey CM, Dias JW, Dubno JR, Harris KC. Reliability of Measures of N1 Peak Amplitude of the Compound Action Potential in Younger and Older Adults. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 2018 09 19; 61(9):2422-2430. PMID: 30208403.
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    6. Harris KC, Vaden KI, McClaskey CM, Dias JW, Dubno JR. Complementary metrics of human auditory nerve function derived from compound action potentials. J Neurophysiol. 2018 03 01; 119(3):1019-1028. PMID: 29187555.
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    7. Sanchez K, Dias JW, Rosenblum LD. Experience with a talker can transfer across modalities to facilitate lipreading. Atten Percept Psychophys. 2013 Oct; 75(7):1359-65. PMID: 23955059.
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