Shaum Bhagat
Shaum Bhagat
Professor and Department Chairperson, Department of Audiology
Verified email at sjsu.edu
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Modification of otoacoustic emissions following ear-level exposure to MP3 player music
SP Bhagat, AM Davis
International journal of audiology 47 (12), 751-760, 2008
582008
Hearing loss in patients who received cranial radiation therapy for childhood cancer
JK Bass, CH Hua, J Huang, A Onar-Thomas, KK Ness, S Jones, S White, ...
Journal of Clinical Oncology 34 (11), 1248, 2016
522016
Can children with (central) auditory processing disorders ignore irrelevant sounds?
EM Elliott, SP Bhagat, SD Lynn
Research in Developmental Disabilities 28 (5), 506-517, 2007
442007
Right-ear advantage drives the link between olivocochlear efferent ‘antimasking’and speech-in-noise listening benefits
GM Bidelman, SP Bhagat
Neuroreport 26 (8), 483-487, 2015
392015
Psychophysical auditory filter estimates reveal sharper cochlear tuning in musicians
GM Bidelman, JM Schug, SG Jennings, SP Bhagat
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 136 (1), EL33-EL39, 2014
342014
Concordance between the chang and the International Society of Pediatric Oncology (SIOP) ototoxicity grading scales in patients treated with cisplatin for medulloblastoma
JK Bass, J Huang, A Onar‐Thomas, KW Chang, SP Bhagat, ...
Pediatric blood & cancer 61 (4), 601-605, 2014
322014
Monitoring carboplatin ototoxicity with distortion-product otoacoustic emissions in children with retinoblastoma
SP Bhagat, JK Bass, ST White, I Qaddoumi, MW Wilson, J Wu, ...
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology 74 (10), 1156-1163, 2010
252010
Efferent-induced change in human cochlear compression and its influence on masking of tones
SP Bhagat, PH Carter
Neuroscience letters 485 (2), 94-97, 2010
222010
Musical experience sharpens human cochlear tuning
GM Bidelman, C Nelms, SP Bhagat
Hearing Research 335, 40-46, 2016
212016
Evaluation of distortion products produced by the human auditory system
SP Bhagat, CA Champlin
Hearing research 193 (1-2), 51-67, 2004
202004
Musicianship enhances ipsilateral and contralateral efferent gain control to the cochlea
GM Bidelman, AD Schneider, VR Heitzmann, SP Bhagat
Hearing research 344, 275-283, 2017
192017
Challenges in ototoxicity monitoring in the pediatric oncology population
JK Bass, SP Bhagat
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 25 (8), 760-774, 2014
172014
Time-frequency analysis of transient-evoked otoacoustic emissions in children exposed to carboplatin chemotherapy
S Bhagat, J Bass, I Qaddoumi, R Brennan, M Wilson, J Wu, CR Galindo, ...
Audiology and Neurotology 18 (2), 71-82, 2013
102013
Properties of binaural vestibular evoked myogenic potentials elicited with air-conducted and bone-conducted tone bursts: Propiedades de los potenciales evocados vestibulares …
SP Bhagat
International journal of audiology 45 (10), 609-616, 2006
102006
Efferent-mediated reduction in cochlear gain does not alter tuning estimates from stimulus-frequency otoacoustic emission group delays
SP Bhagat, C Kilgore
Neuroscience letters 559, 132-135, 2014
92014
Objective detection of auditory steady-state evoked potentials based on mutual information
GM Bidelman, SP Bhagat
International journal of audiology 55 (5), 313-319, 2016
82016
The effects of monotic and dichotic interference tones on 40 Hz auditory steady-state responses in normal-hearing adults
SP Bhagat
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 19 (2), 101-119, 2008
72008
Analysis of distortion product otoacoustic emission spectra in normal-hearing adults
S Bhagat
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Rockville, MD, 2009
42009
Modeling DPOAE input/output function compression: Comparisons with hearing thresholds
SP Bhagat
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 25 (8), 746-759, 2014
32014
Auditory outcomes in patients who received proton radiotherapy for craniopharyngioma
JK Bass, J Huang, CH Hua, SP Bhagat, LL Mendel, A Onar-Thomas, ...
American journal of audiology 27 (3), 306-315, 2018
22018
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