Sriram Boothalingam
Sriram Boothalingam
Senior Lecturer/Senior Scientist, Macquarie University & National Acoustic Laboratories
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Influence of the stimulus presentation rate on medial olivocochlear system assays
S Boothalingam, DW Purcell
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 137 (2), 724-732, 2015
Cochlear delay and medial olivocochlear functioning in children with suspected auditory processing disorder
S Boothalingam, C Allan, P Allen, D Purcell
PloS one 10 (8), e0136906, 2015
Audiological practice in India: an internet-based survey of audiologists
V Easwar, S Boothalingam, S Chundu, V Manchaiah, M Ismail
Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery 65 (3), 636-644, 2013
Localization-in-noise and binaural medial olivocochlear functioning in children and young adults
S Boothalingam, E Macpherson, C Allan, P Allen, D Purcell
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 139 (1), 247-262, 2016
Efferent modulation of stimulus frequency otoacoustic emission fine structure
W Zhao, JB Dewey, S Boothalingam, S Dhar
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 9, 168, 2015
The medial olivocochlear reflex is unlikely to play a role in listening difficulties in children
S Boothalingam, C Allan, P Allen, DW Purcell
Trends in hearing 23, 2331216519870942, 2019
Click evoked middle ear muscle reflex: Spectral and temporal aspects
S Boothalingam, SS Goodman
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 149 (4), 2628-2643, 2021
Click-evoked auditory efferent activity: Rate and level effects
S Boothalingam, J Kurke, S Dhar
Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology 19, 421-434, 2018
Psychological work environment and professional satisfaction among Indian audiologists
V Manchaiah, V Easwar, S Boothalingam, S Chundu, R Krishna
International Journal 3 (1), 21, 2015
A Time-course-based Estimation of the Human Medial Olivocochlear Reflex Function using Clicks
S Boothalingam, SS Goodman, H MacCrae, S Dhar
Frontiers in Neuroscience 15 (746821), 2021
Influence of 100 Hz amplitude modulation on the human medial olivocochlear reflex
S Boothalingam, D Purcell, S Scollie
Neuroscience Letters 580, 56-61, 2014
Understanding degraded speech leads to perceptual gating of a brainstem reflex in human listeners
H Hernández-Pérez, J Mikiel-Hunter, D McAlpine, S Dhar, ...
PLoS biology 19 (10), e3001439, 2021
Medial olivocochlear reflex effects on amplitude growth functions of long-and short-latency components of click-evoked otoacoustic emissions in humans
SS Goodman, S Boothalingam, JT Lichtenhan
Journal of neurophysiology 125 (5), 1938-1953, 2021
Auditory localization and spatial release from masking in children with suspected auditory processing disorder
S Boothalingam, DW Purcell, C Allan, P Allen, E Macpherson
Ear and hearing 40 (5), 1187-1196, 2019
Cochlear tuning estimates from level ratio functions of distortion product otoacoustic emissions
US Wilson, J Browning-Kamins, AS Durante, S Boothalingam, A Moleti, ...
International journal of audiology 60 (11), 890-899, 2021
Effect of contralateral acoustic stimulation on cochlear tuning measured using stimulus frequency and distortion product OAEs
S Boothalingam, B Lineton
International Journal of Audiology 51 (12), 892-899, 2012
Relationship between behavioral and stimulus frequency otoacoustic emissions delay-based tuning estimates
US Wilson, J Browning-Kamins, S Boothalingam, A Moleti, R Sisto, ...
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 63 (6), 1958-1968, 2020
Revisiting gender, race, and ear differences in peripheral auditory function
S Boothalingam, NAM Klyn, SM Stiepan, US Wilson, J Lee, JH Siegel, ...
AIP Conference Proceedings 1965 (1), 2018
Sensitivity of vowel-evoked envelope following responses to spectra and level of preceding phoneme context
V Easwar, S Boothalingam, E Wilson
Ear and Hearing 43 (4), 1327-1335, 2022
Fundamental frequency-dependent changes in vowel-evoked envelope following responses
V Easwar, S Boothalingam, R Flaherty
Hearing Research 408, 108297, 2021
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