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Wilson Geisler, Director SEA 4.328A, Mailcode A8000, Austin, TX 78712 • 512-471-5380

Craig Champlin

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Craig Champlin

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Biography

Dr. Champlin's research focuses on physiological correlates of auditory perception, the effects of noise on hearing, spectro temporal processing of sound, and otoacoustic emissions. He has received numerous research grants, most of which have targeted the study of auditory evoked potentials in humans. He has also published research articles in the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Hearing Research, the Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, and others. In addition, Dr. Champlin has been a consultant on projects dealing with community noise issues, hearing conservation education in children, and infant hearing screening. He teaches courses in hearing science, instrumentation, electrophysiological audiometry, and hearing conservation. As a member of the Institute for Neuroscience, he team-teaches a course that covers the principles of neuroscience. In 1998, he received the Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award from the University.

Publications

Champlin, C.A., & Dean, M.S. (under review). "Amplitude modulation measured with the auditory steady-state potential," submitted to Hearing Research.

Champlin, C.A., Phinney, L.L., & Fagelson, M.A. (under review). "Auditory threshold microstructure: Frequency and gender effects," submitted to the Journal of the American Academy of Audiology.

Marler, J.A., Champlin, C.A., & Gillam, R.B. (under review). "Parallel auditory processing deficits in children with language impairment," submitted to Nature.

Martin, F.N., Champlin, C.A, & Walters, J.L. (under review). "Effects of insert earphone insertion depth on audiometric threshold," submitted to the Journal of the American Academy of Audiology.

Harkrider, A.W., & Champlin, C.A. (2001). Acute effect of nicotine on nonsmokers: II. MLRs and 40-Hz responses, submitted to Hearing Research, 160, 89-98.

Harkrider, A.W., & Champlin, C.A. (2001). Acute effect of nicotine on nonsmokers: III. LLRs and EEGs, submitted to Hearing Research, 160, 99-110.

Harkrider, A.W., Champlin, C.A., & McFadden, D. (2001). Acute effect of nicotine on nonsmokers: I. OAEs and ABRs, submitted to Hearing Research, 160, 73-88.

Marler, J.A., & Champlin, C.A., & Gillam, R.B. (2001). Backward and simultaneous masking measured in children with language-learning impairments who received computer-based training, American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 10, 258-268.

Martin, F.N., Champlin, C.A., & McCreery, T.M. (2001). Strategies used in nonorganic hearing loss, Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 12(2), 59-63.

Martin, F.N., Champlin, C.A., & Perez, D.D. (2000). The question of phonetic balance in word-recognition testing, Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 11(9), 489-493.

McFadden, D., & Champlin, C.A. (2000). Comparison of auditory evoked potentials in heterosexual, homosexual, and bisexual males and females, Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 1(1), 89-99.

Martin, F.N., & Champlin, C.A. (2000). Reconsidering the limits of normal hearing, Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 11(2), 64-66.

Courses

Semester       Course         Unique No.                 Title

2014 Fall       COM 370         05785          Your Sense of Hearing

2014 Fall       CSD 394E        07080         Auditory Electrophysiology

2014 Fall       CSD 396M       07095          Instrumentation in Comm Sci

2014 Spr       CSD 396E       07210          Adv Auditory Electrophysiology

2013 Fall       CSD 349E       06785          Auditory Electrophysiology

2013 Fall       CSD 396M      06800          Instrumentation In Comm Sci

   

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