• Since 2016 -

    1. JB Dewey, S Dhar (2016). Profiles of Stimulus-Frequency Otoacoustic Emissions from 0.5 to 20 kHz in Humans, J Assoc Res Otolaryngol, . pdf

    2. SJ Kleindienst, S Dhar, DW Nielsen, JW Griffith, LB Lundy, C Driscoll, B Neff, C Beatty, D Barrs, DA Zapala (2016). Identifying and Prioritizing Diseases Important for Detection in Adult Hearing Health Care, Am J Audiol, 224-31. pdf

    3. GL Poling, TJ Kunnel, S Dhar (2016). Comparing the Accuracy and Speed of Manual and Tracking Methods of Measuring Hearing Thresholds, Ear Hear, e336-40. pdf

    4. A Chopra, M Jung, RC Kaplan, DW Appel, EA Dinces, S Dhar, PC Zee, F Gonzalez 2nd, DJ Lee, AR Ramos, HJ Hoffman, S Redline, KJ Cruickshanks, NA Shah (2016). Sleep Apnea Is Associated with Hearing Impairment: The Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos, Neurobiol Aging, 719-26. pdf

  • 2011 – 2015

    1. EM Ingvalson, S Dhar, PC Wong, H Liu (2015). Working memory training to improve speech perception in noise across languages, J Acoust Soc Am, 3477. pdf

    2. KJ Cruickshanks, S Dhar, E Dinces, RC Fifer, F Gonzalez 2nd, G Heiss, HJ Hoffman, DJ Lee, M Newhoff, L Tocci, P Torre 3rd, TS Tweed (2015). Hearing Impairment Prevalence and Associated Risk Factors in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos, JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 641-8. pdf

    3. W Zhao, JB Dewey, S Boothalingam, S Dhar (2015). Efferent Modulation of Stimulus Frequency Otoacoustic Emission Fine Structure, J Clin Sleep Med, 168. pdf

    4. RR Baiduc, J Lee, S Dhar (2014). Spontaneous otoacoustic emissions, threshold microstructure, and psychophysical tuning over a wide frequency range in humans, J Acoust Soc Am, 300-14. pdf

    5. GL Poling, JH Siegel, J Lee, J Lee, S Dhar (2014). Characteristics of the 2f1-f2 distortion product otoacoustic emission in a normal hearing population, J Colloid Interface Sci, 287-99. pdf

    6. C Abdala, S Dhar, M Ahmadi, P Luo (2014). Aging of the medial olivocochlear reflex and associations with speech perception, J Acoust Soc Am, 754-765. pdf

    7. L Calandruccio, AR Bradlow, S Dhar (2014). Speech-on-speech Masking with Variable Access to the Linguistic Content of the Masker Speech for Native and Nonnative English Speakers, J Am Acad Audiol, 355-66. pdf

    8. JB Dewey, J Lee, S Dhar (2014). Effects of Contralateral Acoustic Stimulation on Spontaneous Otoacoustic Emissions and Hearing Threshold Fine Structure, J Assoc Res Otolaryngol, . pdf

    9. NN Souza, S Dhar, ST Neely, JH Siegel (2014). Comparison of nine methods to estimate ear-canal stimulus levels, J Acoust Soc Am, 1768. pdf

    10. RR Baiduc, J Lee, S Dhar (2014). Toward a test battery for differential categorization of age-related hearing loss, Journal of Indian Speech Language and Hearing Asso, 25-40. pdf

    11. RR Baiduc, GL Poling, O Hong, S Dhar (2013). Clinical measures of auditory function: The cochlea and beyond, Dis Mon, 147-56. pdf

    12. O Hong, MJ Kerr, GL Poling, S Dhar (2013). Understanding and preventing noise-induced hearing loss, Dis Mon, 110-8. pdf

    13. SG Zecker, HJ Hoffman, R Frisina, JR Dubno, S Dhar, M Wallhagen, N Kraus, JW Griffith, JP Walton, DA Eddins, C Newman, D Victorson, CM Warrier, RH Wilson (2013). Audition assessment using the NIH Toolbox, Neurology, S45-8. pdf

    14. L Calandruccio, S Brouwer, KJ VanEngen, S Dhar, AR Bradlow (2013). Masking Release Due to Linguistic and Phonetic Dissimilarity Between the Target and Masker Speech, Am J Audiol, 157-164. pdf

    15. J Lee, S Dhar, R Abel, R Banakis, E Grolley, J Lee, S Zecker, J Siegel (2012). Behavioral Hearing Thresholds Between 0125 and 20 kHz Using Depth-Compensated Ear Simulator Calibration, Ear Hear, 315-329. pdf

    16. C Abdala, S Dhar (2012). Maturation and Aging of the Human Cochlea: A View through the DPOAE Looking Glass, J Assoc Res Otolaryngol, 403-21. pdf

    17. W Zhao, S Dhar (2012). Frequency Tuning of the Contralateral Medial Olivocochlear Reflex in Humans, J Neurophysiol, 25-30. pdf

    18. W Zhao, S Dhar (2011). Fast and slow effects of medial olivocochlear efferent activity in humans, PLoS One, e18725. pdf

    19. AT Sabin, L Hardies, N Marrone, S Dhar (2011). Weighting function-based mapping of descriptors to frequency-gain curves in listeners with hearing loss, Ear Hear, 399-409. pdf

    20. S Dhar, A Rogers, C Abdala (2011). Breaking away: Violation of distortion emission phase-frequency invariance at low frequencies, J Acoust Soc Am, 3115–3122. pdf

    21. C Abdala, S Dhar, S Mishra (2011). The breaking of cochlear scaling symmetry in human newborns and adults, J Acoust Soc Am, 3104–3114. pdf

    22. C Abdala, S Dhar, R Kalluri (2011). Level dependence of distortion product otoacoustic emission phase is attributed to component mixing, J Acoust Soc Am, 3123-3133. pdf

  • 2006 – 2010

    1. W Zhao, S Dhar (2010). The effect of contralateral acoustic stimulation on spontaneous otoacoustic emissions, , 53-67. pdf

    2. C Abdala, S Dhar (2010). Distortion product otoacoustic emission phase and component analysis in human newborns, , 316-325. pdf

    3. C Abdala, S Dhar (2010). Differences in distortion product otoacoustic emission phase recorded from human neonates using two popular probes, , 49-55. pdf

    4. PC Wong, M Ettlinger, JP Sheppard, GM Gunasekera, S Dhar (2010). Neuroanatomical characteristics and speech perception in noise in older adults, , 471-479. pdf

    5. L Calandruccio, E Van K ngen, S Dhar, AR Bradlow (2010). The effectiveness of clear speech as a masker, , 1458-1471. pdf

    6. L Calandruccio, S Dhar, AR Bradlow (2010). Speech-on-speech masking with variable access to the linguistic content of the masker speech, , 860-869. pdf

    7. PC Wong, JX Jin, GM Gunasekera, R Abel, ER Lee, S Dhar (2009). Aging and cortical mechanisms of speech perception in noise, , 693-703. pdf

    8. S Dhar, R Abel, J Hornickel, T Nicol, E Skoe, W Zhao, N Kraus (2009). Exploring the relationship between physiological measures of cochlear and brainstem function, , 959-966. pdf

    9. DA Worthington, JH Siegel, LA Wilber, BM Faber, KT Dunckley, DC Garstecki, S Dhar (2009). Comparing two methods to measure preferred listening levels of personal listening devices, , 3733-3741. pdf

    10. R Deeter, R Abel, L Calandruccio, S Dhar (2009). Contralateral acoustic stimulation alters the magnitude and phase of distortion product otoacoustic emissions, , 2413-2424. pdf

    11. EJ Klemp, S Dhar (2008). Speech Perception in Noise using Directional Microphones in Open-canal Hearing Aids, , 571-578. pdf

    12. PC Wong, AK Uppunda, TB Parrish, S Dhar (2008). Cortical mechanisms of speech perception in noise, , 1026-41. pdf

    13. LM Ferro, G Tanner, SF Erler, K Erickson, S Dhar (2007). Comparison of Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Programs in Illinois Hospitals, , 217-230. pdf

    14. S Dhar, C Abdala (2007). A comparative study of distortion-product-otoacoustic-emission fine structure in human newborns and adults with normal hearing, , 2191-202. pdf

    15. S Nordrum, S Erler, D Garstecki, S Dhar (2006). Comparison of performance on the hearing in noise test using directional microphones and digital noise reduction algorithms, , 81-91. pdf

    16. LA Shaffer, S Dhar (2006). DPOAE component estimates and their relationship to hearing thresholds, , 279-92. pdf

  • 2001 – 2005

    1. S Dhar, GR Long, CL Talmadge, A Tubis (2005). The effect of stimulus-frequency ratio on distortion product otoacoustic emission components, , 3766-3776. pdf

    2. RH Withnell, S Dhar, A Thomsen (2005). A comparison of OAEs arising from different generation mechanisms in guinea pig, , 76-86. pdf

    3. S Dhar, LA Shaffer (2004). Effects of a suppressor tone on distortion product otoacoustic emissions fine structure: why a universal suppressor level is not a practical solution to obtaining single-generator DP-grams, , 573-85. pdf

    4. LA Shaffer, RH Withnell, S Dhar, DJ Lilly, SS Goodman, KM Harmon (2003). Sources and Mechanisms of DPOAE Generation: Implications for the Prediction of Auditory Sensitivity, , 367-379. pdf

    5. S Dhar, CL Talmadge, GR Long, A Tubis (2002). Multiple internal reflections in the cochlea and their effect on DPOAE fine structure, , 2882-2897. pdf

  • Before 2001

    1. A Tubis, CL Talmadge, C Tong, S Dhar (2000). On the relationship between the fixed-f1, fixed-f2, and fixed-ratio phase derivatives of the 2f1-f2 distortion product otoacoustic emission, , 1772-1784. pdf

    2. EA Strickland, S Dhar (2000). An analysis of quasi-frequency-modulated noise and random-sideband noise as comparisons for amplitude-modulated noise, , 735-42. pdf

    3. T Ricketts, S Dhar (1999). Comparison of performance across three directional hearing aids, , 180-189. pdf

    4. CL Talmadge, GR Long, A Tubis, S Dhar (1999). Experimental confirmation of the two-source interference model for the fine structure of distortion product otoacoustic emissions, , 275-292. pdf

    5. GR Long, LA Shaffer, S Dhar, CL Talmadge (1999). Cross Species Comparison of Otoacoustic Fine-Structure, , . pdf

    6. S Dhar, GR Long, NB Culpepper (1998). The dependence of the distortion product 2f1-f2 on primary levels in non-impaired human ears, , 1307-1318. pdf