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Kelly Jahn, Ph.D.

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  1. Jahn KN, Arenberg JG. Identifying Cochlear Implant Channels With Relatively Poor Electrode-Neuron Interfaces Using the Electrically Evoked Compound Action Potential. Ear Hear. 2020 Jul/Aug; 41(4):961-973. PMID: 31972772.
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  2. Jahn KN, Arenberg JG. Electrophysiological Estimates of the Electrode-Neuron Interface Differ Between Younger and Older Listeners With Cochlear Implants. Ear Hear. 2020 Jul/Aug; 41(4):948-960. PMID: 32032228.
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  3. Jahn KN, Bergan MD, Arenberg JG. Auditory Detection Thresholds and Cochlear Resistivity Differ Between Pediatric Cochlear Implant Listeners With Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct and Those With Connexin-26 Mutations. Am J Audiol. 2020 Mar 05; 29(1):23-34. PMID: 31934787.
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  4. Jahn KN, Arenberg JG. Evaluating Psychophysical Polarity Sensitivity as an Indirect Estimate of Neural Status in Cochlear Implant Listeners. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2019 08; 20(4):415-430. PMID: 30949879.
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  5. DiNino M, O'Brien G, Bierer SM, Jahn KN, Arenberg JG. The Estimated Electrode-Neuron Interface in Cochlear Implant Listeners Is Different for Early-Implanted Children and Late-Implanted Adults. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2019 06; 20(3):291-303. PMID: 30911952.
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  6. Jahn KN, DiNino M, Arenberg JG. Reducing Simulated Channel Interaction Reveals Differences in Phoneme Identification Between Children and Adults With Normal Hearing. Ear Hear. 2019 Mar/Apr; 40(2):295-311. PMID: 29927780.
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  7. Jahn KN, Arenberg JG. Polarity Sensitivity in Pediatric and Adult Cochlear Implant Listeners. Trends Hear. 2019 Jan-Dec; 23:2331216519862987. PMID: 31373266.
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  8. Jahn KN, Stevenson RA, Wallace MT. Visual Temporal Acuity Is Related to Auditory Speech Perception Abilities in Cochlear Implant Users. Ear Hear. 2017 Mar/Apr; 38(2):236-243. PMID: 27764001.
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  9. Sheffield SW, Simha M, Jahn KN, Gifford RH. The Effects of Acoustic Bandwidth on Simulated Bimodal Benefit in Children and Adults with Normal Hearing. Ear Hear. 2016 May-Jun; 37(3):282-8. PMID: 26901264.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.