The Psychophysics Psyber Lab

 

 

 

Judi Lapsley Miller's Papers & Presentations

Psychophysics Papers

  • Lapsley Miller, J. A., Scurfield, B. K., Drga, V., Galvin, S. J., and Whitmore, J. (2002). Non-parametric relationships between single-interval and two-interval forced-choice tasks in the theory of signal detectability. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 46(4), 383-417.
  • Lapsley Miller, J. A. (2001) An algorithm for calculating the essential bandwidth of a discrete spectrum and the essential duration of a discrete time-series. (Technical Report, 1221). Groton, CT.: NSMRL

Psychophysics Presentations

  • Lapsley Miller, J. A., Drga, V., and Miller, L. M. (2001) Evidence that the energy detector is not an appropriate model for Gaussian noise detection in humans. Assoc. Res. Otolaryngol. Abs. 24, 250. (Poster presentation - February 2001).
  • Lapsley Miller, J. A. (2000) New techniques to reduce the effects of observer inconsistency in psychoacoustic experiments. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 107 (5) 2914(A). (Poster presentation)
  • Lapsley Miller, J. A. (1996). Psychophysics. Women — Science and Our Future Conference, 31 May, 1996. Wellington, NZ. Poster presentation.

  • Lapsley Miller, J. A. (1995). Common noise sampling variability in psychophysical experiments. Paper presented at the Department of Psychology Research Seminar, 25 August 1995. Victoria University of Wellington, NZ.
  • Lapsley, J. A., Scurfield, B. K., Drga, V., Galvin, S. J., & Whitmore, J. K. (1993). Measures of sensitivity in single-interval and two-interval forced-choice tasks. Paper presented at the Psychophysics Symposium, New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference, Wellington, NZ, Aug., 1993.
  • Lapsley, J. A. (1993). The acoustical uncertainty principle and the bandwidth-duration product. Paper presented at the Psychophysics Symposium, New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference, Wellington, NZ, August 1993.

Otoacoustic Emissions Papers

  • Marshall, L., Lapsley Miller, J. A., Heller, L. M. Wolgemuth, K. S., Hughes, L. M., Smith, S., & Kopke, R.. (2009). Detecting incipient inner-ear damage from impulse noise with otoacoustic emissions. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 125(2), 995-1013.

     
  • Lapsley Miller, J. A., & Marshall, L. (2007). Otoacoustic emissions as a preclinical measure of NIHL and susceptibility to NIHL. In M. S. Robinette & T. J. Glattke (Eds.), Otoacoustic Emissions: Clinical Applications (Third ed.). NY: Thieme.
  • Marshall, L., & Lapsley Miller, J. A. (2007). Otoacoustic emissions: Reducing and preventing noise-induced hearing loss. The ASHA Leader, 12(9), 8-11.
     

  • Marshall, L., & Lapsley Miller, J. A. (2006). Otoacoustic Emissions for Noisy Grown-ups. Perspectives on Audiology, 2(1), 9-17.
     
  • Lapsley Miller, J. A., Marshall, L., Heller, L. M., & Hughes, L. M. (2006). Low-level otoacoustic emissions may predict susceptibility to noise-induced hearing loss. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 120(1), 280-296.
  • Lapsley Miller, J. A., Marshall, L., & Heller, L. M. (2004). A longitudinal study of changes in evoked otoacoustic emissions and pure-tone thresholds as measured in a hearing conservation program. International Journal of Audiology, 43, 307-322.
  • Lapsley Miller, J. A., Boege, P., Marshall, L., & Jeng, P. S. (2004). Transient-evoked otoacoustic emission: Preliminary results for validity of TEOAEs implemented on Mimosa Acoustics T2K measurement system v3.1.3 (Technical Report No. 1232). Groton, CT.: NSMRL.
  • Lapsley Miller, J. A., Boege, P., Marshall, L., Shera, C., & Jeng, P. S. (2004). Stimulus-frequency otoacoustic emissions: Validity and reliability of SFOAEs implemented on Mimosa Acoustics' SFOAE measurement system v2.1.18 (Technical Report No. 1231). Groton, CT.: NSMRL.
  • Wolgemuth, K. S., Marshall, L., & Lapsley Miller, J. A. (2003). Recommendations regarding the effects of audiometric test-retest reliability on the development of OSHA Standard Threshold Shift criteria and recording of work-related material hearing loss. (NSMRL Memo Report No. 03-02). Groton, CT: NSMRL.
     
  • Lapsley Miller, J. A., & Marshall, L. (2001). Hearing conservation programs of the future: What role will otoacoustic emissions play? Spectrum, 18(1), 1-6.
     
  • Lapsley Miller, J. A., & Marshall, L. (2001). Monitoring the effects of noise with otoacoustic emissions. Seminars In Hearing, 22(4), 393-403.
  • Marshall, L., Lapsley Miller, J. A., & Heller, L.M. (2001). Distortion-product otoacoustic emissions as a screening tool for noise-induced hearing loss. Noise & Health, 3(12), 43-60. Also published in D. Henderson, D. Prasher, R. Kopke, R. Salvi, & R. Hamernik (Eds.), Noise Pollution Health Effects Reduction (NOPHER) 2000 Symposium Proceedings. London.

Otoacoustic Emissions Presentations

  • Marshall, L. & Lapsley Miller, J. A. (2009) All Quiet on the Western Front: Can we detect pre-clinical NIHL? (Invited presentation) American Academy of Audiology AudiologyNOW! Conference, Dallas, TX, 1 Apr.
     

  • Marshall, L. & Lapsley Miller, J. A. (2008). Clinical measures of susceptibility to noise-induced hearing loss using otoacoustic emissions. Association for Research in Otolaryngology Abstracts, 31.
     

  • Marshall, L., Lapsley Miller, J. A., & Heller, L. M. (2006). Can otoacoustic emissions indicate susceptibility to noise-induced hearing loss in individual ears? Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 119, 3267(A).
     
  • Marshall, L., Lapsley Miller, J. A., Jeng, P. S., & Boege, P. (2004). Preventing hearing loss using otoacoustic emissions. Poster and podium presentations at the Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program (Department of Defense) Military Health Research Forum, San Juan, Puerto Rico, April 26-27, 2004.
     
  • Marshall, L., Jeng, P. S., Lapsley Miller, J. A., & Boege, P. (2004). Otoacoustic emission technology for hearing-conservation programs. Technology showcase interactive session at the Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program (Department of Defense) Military Health Research Forum, San Juan, Puerto Rico, April 28, 2004.
     
  • Wolgemuth, K. S., Lapsley Miller, J. A., Marshall, L., Hughes, L. M., Kopke, R. D., Smith, S., & Taggart, R. T. (2002). Test-retest reliability must be considered in development of STS criteria. Paper presented at the 42nd Annual Navy Occupational Health and Preventive Medicine Workshop, Chesapeake, VA, USA.
     
  • Marshall, L, Lapsley Miller, J. A., Heller, L., Hughes, L., & Westhusin, L. (2002) Changes in evoked otoacoustic emissions and hearing thresholds after a six-month deployment on an aircraft carrier. Assoc. Res. Otolaryngol. Abs. 25, 203. (Poster presentation - Jan 2002).
  • Marshall, L., Heller, L. M., Westhusin, L. J., & Lapsley Miller, J. A. (2000). EOAEs in NITTS and NIPTS cases from a hearing conservation program. Paper presented at the Military Audiology Association Meeting, Norfolk, VA, 2 Feb 2000.
     
  • Marshall, L., Heller, L. M., Westhusin, L. J., & Lapsley Miller, J. A. (2000). TEOAE/DPOAE changes associated with developing NIHL, Assoc. Res. Otolaryngol. Abstr. (pp. 66). Poster presentation.
     
  • Marshall, L., Lapsley Miller, J. A., & Heller, L. M. (2000). Distortion-Product Otoacoustic Emissions as a Screening Tool for Noise-Induced Hearing Loss.  Invited paper presented at the Noise Pollution Health Effects Reduction (NOPHER) 2000 International Symposium on Noise-Induced Hearing Loss, Cambridge, England.

Hearing Conservation Presentations

  • Marshall, L., Zurek, P. M., Desloge, J. G., & Lapsley Miller, J. A. (2006). Use of hearing-loss simulation in military hearing-conservation programs. Paper presented at the Poster presented at the 31st Annual Hearing Conservation Conference, Tampa, FL, 17-19 Feb, 2006.
     
  • Lapsley Miller, J. A. (2001) Permanent threshold shifts following a six-month Mediterranean cruise. Paper presented at the Aircraft Carrier Noise Symposium, International Military Noise Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, Apr 25 2001.

Middle-Ear Power Flow (Reflectance) Papers

  • Jeng, P. S., Allen, J. B., Lapsley Miller, J. A., & Levitt, H. (2008). Wideband Power Reflectance and Power Transmittance as Tools for Assessing Middle-Ear Function. Perspectives on Hearing and Hearing Disorders in Childhood, 18(2), 44-57.

Middle-Ear Power Flow (Reflectance) Presentations

  • Feeney, M. P., Jeng, P., Hunter, L., Lapsley Miller, J. A., Parent, P, and Boege, P. (2009) Middle-ear Power Analysis in Patients with Conductive Hearing Loss. Poster presented at  the Middle-Ear Mechanics in Research and Otology 5th International Symposium, Stanford, CA, 24-26 June.
     

  • Hunter, L. L., Feeney, M. P., Lapsley Miller, J. A., & Jeng, P. S. (2008, 19-21 June). Wideband Middle Ear Power Measures in Newborns Related to Hearing Screen Result. Paper presented at the NHS2008: Beyond Newborn Hearing Screening: Infant and Childhood Hearing in Science and Clinical Practice, Cernobbio (Como Lake), Italy.

 

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