Brett A. Martin
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
Campus Affiliation: CUNY Graduate Center
Research Interests: Auditory evoked potentials; pediatric audiology
Academic Title: Associate Professor
Auditory evoked potentials; pediatric audiology
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.