Michael F. Dorman
Michael F. Dorman
Professor Emeritus
Verified email at asu.edu
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A sensitive period for the development of the central auditory system in children with cochlear implants: implications for age of implantation
A Sharma, MF Dorman, AJ Spahr
Ear and hearing 23 (6), 532-539, 2002
8572002
Cochlear implants: a remarkable past and a brilliant future
BS Wilson, MF Dorman
Hearing research 242 (1-2), 3-21, 2008
6162008
The influence of a sensitive period on central auditory development in children with unilateral and bilateral cochlear implants
A Sharma, MF Dorman, A Kral
Hearing research 203 (1-2), 134-143, 2005
5692005
Speech intelligibility as a function of the number of channels of stimulation for signal processors using sine-wave and noise-band outputs
MF Dorman, PC Loizou, D Rainey
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 102 (4), 2403-2411, 1997
4511997
Cochlear implants: current designs and future possibilities
BS Wilson, MF Dorman
J Rehabil Res Dev 45 (5), 695-730, 2008
3752008
Development and validation of the AzBio sentence lists
AJ Spahr, MF Dorman, LM Litvak, S Van Wie, RH Gifford, PC Loizou, ...
Ear and hearing 33 (1), 112, 2012
2932012
Stop-consonant recognition: Release bursts and formant transitions as functionally equivalent, context-dependent cues
MF Dorman, M Studdert-Kennedy, LJ Raphael
Perception & Psychophysics 22 (2), 109-122, 1977
2841977
Cortical development, plasticity and re-organization in children with cochlear implants
A Sharma, AA Nash, M Dorman
Journal of communication disorders 42 (4), 272-279, 2009
2762009
The benefits of combining acoustic and electric stimulation for the recognition of speech, voice and melodies
MF Dorman, RH Gifford, AJ Spahr, SA McKarns
Audiology and Neurotology 13 (2), 105-112, 2008
2562008
Deprivation-induced cortical reorganization in children with cochlear implants
A Sharma, PM Gilley, MF Dorman, R Baldwin
International journal of audiology 46 (9), 494-499, 2007
2542007
The recognition of sentences in noise by normal-hearing listeners using simulations of cochlear-implant signal processors with 6–20 channels
MF Dorman, PC Loizou, J Fitzke, Z Tu
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 104 (6), 3583-3585, 1998
2511998
On the number of channels needed to understand speech
PC Loizou, M Dorman, Z Tu
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 106 (4), 2097-2103, 1999
2441999
Rapid development of cortical auditory evoked potentials after early cochlear implantation
A Sharma, MF Dorman, AJ Spahr
Neuroreport 13 (10), 1365-1368, 2002
2362002
Cortical auditory evoked potential correlates of categorical perception of voice-onset time
A Sharma, MF Dorman
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 106 (2), 1078-1083, 1999
2231999
Central auditory development in children with cochlear implants: clinical implications
A Sharma, MF Dorman
Cochlear and brainstem implants 64, 66-88, 2006
2172006
Neurophysiologic correlates of cross-language phonetic perception
A Sharma, MF Dorman
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 107 (5), 2697-2703, 2000
2142000
Simulating the effect of cochlear-implant electrode insertion depth on speech understanding
MF Dorman, PC Loizou, D Rainey
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 102 (5), 2993-2996, 1997
2081997
Developmental changes in refractoriness of the cortical auditory evoked potential
PM Gilley, A Sharma, M Dorman, K Martin
Clinical Neurophysiology 116 (3), 648-657, 2005
2002005
P1 latency as a biomarker for central auditory development in children with hearing impairment
A Sharma, K Martin, P Roland, P Bauer, MH Sweeney, P Gilley, ...
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 16 (8), 564-573, 2005
1982005
The effect of parametric variations of cochlear implant processors on speech understanding
PC Loizou, O Poroy, M Dorman
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 108 (2), 790-802, 2000
1892000
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