Cochlear implant, Audiology, Speech recognition, Stimulus and Cochlea are his primary areas of study. His Cochlear implant research includes themes of Hair cell, Cochlear nerve and Neural Prosthesis. His Audiology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Auditory stimuli, Implant and Histopathology.
His work deals with themes such as Acoustics and Speech perception, Perception, which intersect with Speech recognition. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Stimulation, Loudness and Anesthetic. His study explores the link between Cochlea and topics such as Inner ear that cross with problems in Sensorineural hearing loss and Electrophysiology.
His primary areas of investigation include Audiology, Cochlear implant, Stimulation, Cochlea and Stimulus. His study in Audiology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychophysics and Electrode array. His Cochlear implant study incorporates themes from Electrophysiology, Speech recognition, Implant and Spiral ganglion, Hearing loss.
His research integrates issues of Speech perception and Noise in his study of Speech recognition. In the subject of general Stimulation, his work in Electric stimulation is often linked to Detection threshold, Pulse duration and Phase duration, thereby combining diverse domains of study. The concepts of his Stimulus study are interwoven with issues in Pulsatile flow and Auditory cortex.
Cochlear implant, Audiology, Cochlea, Spiral ganglion and Implant are his primary areas of study. His Cochlear implant research integrates issues from Consonant, Speech recognition, Stimulation and Biomedical engineering. Audiology is frequently linked to Temporal acuity in his study.
His studies deal with areas such as Acoustics, Inner ear and Electrophysiology as well as Cochlea. The Spiral ganglion study combines topics in areas such as Stimulus and Guinea pig. Bryan E. Pfingst studied Implant and Hair cell that intersect with Neural Prosthesis.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Cochlear implant, Cochlea, Audiology, Spiral ganglion and Implant. The study incorporates disciplines such as Modulation and Speech recognition in addition to Cochlear implant. His research investigates the link between Cochlea and topics such as Pulse wave that cross with problems in Neurophysiology, Acoustics, Auditory cortex, Sensory Receptor Cells and Pulse.
In the field of Audiology, his study on Cochlear implantation overlaps with subjects such as Neurotrophin. His Spiral ganglion study frequently links to related topics such as Stimulation. In his work, Electrophysiology and Neural Prosthesis is strongly intertwined with Hair cell, which is a subfield of Implant.
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Relation of psychophysical data to histopathology in monkeys with cochlear implants.
Bryan E. Pfingst;Dwight Sutton;Josef M. Miller;Barbara A. Bohne.
Acta Oto-laryngologica (1981)
Relative contributions of spectral and temporal cues for phoneme recognition
Li Xu;Catherine S. Thompson;Bryan E. Pfingst.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (2005)
Features of stimulation affecting tonal-speech perception: implications for cochlear prostheses.
Li Xu;Yuhjung Tsai;Bryan E. Pfingst.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (2002)
Reaction−time procedure for measurement of hearing. I. Suprathreshold functions
Bryan E. Pfingst;Robert Hienz;Joseph Kimm;Josef Miller.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (1975)
Relative importance of temporal envelope and fine structure in lexical-tone perception (L)
Li Xu;Li Xu;Bryan E. Pfingst.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (2003)
Single cell activity in the auditory cortex of rhesus monkeys: Behavioral dependency
J. M. Miller;D. Sutton;B. Pfingst;A. Ryan.
Transgenic BDNF induces nerve fiber regrowth into the auditory epithelium in deaf cochleae.
Seiji B. Shibata;Sarah R. Cortez;Lisa A. Beyer;James A. Wiler.
Experimental Neurology (2010)
The use of a dual PEDOT and RGD-functionalized alginate hydrogel coating to provide sustained drug delivery and improved cochlear implant function
Jennifer A. Chikar;Jeffrey L. Hendricks;Sarah M. Richardson-Burns;Yehoash Raphael.
Spectral and temporal cues for speech recognition: implications for auditory prostheses.
Li Xu;Bryan E. Pfingst.
Hearing Research (2008)
Effects of stimulus configuration on psychophysical operating levels and on speech recognition with cochlear implants
Bryan E. Pfingst;Teresa A. Zwolan;Lisa A. Holloway.
Hearing Research (1997)
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