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Brett A. Martin
Campus Affiliation: CUNY Graduate Center
Phone: 212-817-8810
Degrees/Diplomas: B.S. Northwestern University - Audiology & Hearing Impairment; M.A. Northwestern University - Audiology & Hearing Impairment; Ph.D. City University of NY - Speech & Hearing Sciences
Research Interests: Auditory evoked potentials; pediatric audiology

Academic Title: Associate Professor

Professional Interests:

Auditory evoked potentials; pediatric audiology

Selected Publications:

  • Martin, B.A. (2010). Stimulus presentation strategies for eliciting the acoustic change complex: increasing efficiency. Ear Hear. 31:356-366.

  • Martin, B.A. (2007). Can the acoustic change complex be recorded in an individual with a cochlear implant? Separating neural responses from cochlear implant artifact. J Am Acad Audiol. 18(2):126-40.

  • Martin, B.A., Tremblay, K.L. and Stapells, D.R. (2007).Principles and applications of cortical auditory evoked potentials.  In M. Don, J. Eggermont and R. Burkard (Eds.), Auditory Evoked Potentials, Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins.

  • Martin, B.A. and Stapells, D.R. (2005). Effects of low-pass noise masking on auditory event-related potentials to speech. Ear Hear. 26(2):195-213.

  • Martin, B.A., Shafer, V.L., Morr, M., Kreuzer, J.A. and Kurtzberg, D. (2003). Maturation of mismatch negativity: a scalp current density analysis. Ear Hear. 24(6):463-71.

  • Martin, B.A. and Boothroyd, A. (2000). Cortical, auditory, evoked potentials in response to changes of spectrum and amplitude. J Acoust Soc Am. 07(4):2155-61.

  • Martin, B.A., Kurtzberg, D. and Stapells, D.R. (1999). The effects of decreased audibility produced by high-pass noise masking on N1 and the mismatch negativity to speech sounds /ba/ and /da/. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 42(2):271-86.

  • Martin, B.A. and Boothroyd, A. (1999). Cortical, auditory, event-related potentials in response to periodic and aperiodic stimuli with the same spectral envelope. Ear Hear. 20(1):33-44.