Bradford J. May
Bradford J. May
Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
Verified email at jhu.edu
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Pinna-based spectral cues for sound localization in cat
JJ Rice, BJ May, GA Spirou, ED Young
Hearing research 58 (2), 132-152, 1992
2591992
Categorical perception of conspecific communication sounds by Japanese macaques, Macaca fuscata
B May, DB Moody, WC Stebbins
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 85 (2), 837-847, 1989
2191989
Single-unit responses in the inferior colliculus of decerebrate cats I. Classification based on frequency response maps
R Ramachandran, KA Davis, BJ May
Journal of neurophysiology 82 (1), 152-163, 1999
2001999
Amplification in the rehabilitation of unilateral deafness: speech in noise and directional hearing effects with bone-anchored hearing and contralateral routing of signal …
LM Lin, S Bowditch, MJ Anderson, B May, KM Cox, JK Niparko
Otology & neurotology 27 (2), 172-182, 2006
1942006
Role of the dorsal cochlear nucleus in the sound localization behavior of cats
BJ May
Hearing research 148 (1-2), 74-87, 2000
1692000
Spontaneous activity in the inferior colliculus of CBA/J mice after manipulations that induce tinnitus
WLD Ma, H Hidaka, BJ May
Hearing research 212 (1-2), 9-21, 2006
1492006
Nonnutritive, thermotactile induction of filial huddling in rat pups
JR Alberts, B May
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 1984
1291984
Synaptic alterations at inner hair cells precede spiral ganglion cell loss in aging C57BL/6J mice
S Stamataki, HW Francis, M Lehar, BJ May, DK Ryugo
Hearing research 221 (1-2), 104-118, 2006
1202006
Auditory processing of spectral cues for sound localization in the inferior colliculus
KA Davis, R Ramachandran, BJ May
Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology 4 (2), 148-163, 2003
952003
Behavioral studies of the olivocochlear efferent system: learning to listen in noise
BJ May, J Budelis, JK Niparko
Archives of Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery 130 (5), 660-664, 2004
842004
Sound orientation behavior in cats. I. Localization of broadband noise
BJ May, AY Huang
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 100 (2), 1059-1069, 1996
821996
Frequency organization of the dorsal cochlear nucleus in cats
GA Spirou, BJ May, DD Wright, DK Ryugo
Journal of Comparative Neurology 329 (1), 36-52, 1993
751993
Sound orientation behavior in cats. II. Mid‐frequency spectral cues for sound localization
AY Huang, BJ May
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 100 (2), 1070-1080, 1996
731996
Effects of bilateral olivocochlear lesions on pure-tone intensity discrimination in cats
BJ May, SJ McQUONE
Auditory neuroscience 1 (4), 385, 1995
731995
Dynamic range of neural rate responses in the ventral cochlear nucleus of awake cats
BJ May, MB Sachs
Journal of neurophysiology 68 (5), 1589-1602, 1992
721992
Ontogeny of olfaction: development of the rats' sensitivity to urine and amyl acetate
JR Alberts, B May
Physiology & Behavior 24 (5), 965-970, 1980
711980
Single-unit responses in the inferior colliculus of decerebrate cats II. Sensitivity to interaural level differences
KA Davis, R Ramachandran, BJ May
Journal of neurophysiology 82 (1), 164-175, 1999
701999
Effects of bilateral olivocochlear lesions on vowel formant discrimination in cats
RD Hienz, P Stiles, BJ May
Hearing research 116 (1-2), 10-20, 1998
701998
Vowel representations in the ventral cochlear nucleus of the cat: effects of level, background noise, and behavioral state
BJ May, GSL Prell, MB Sachs
Journal of neurophysiology 79 (4), 1755-1767, 1998
691998
The significant features of Japanese macaque coo sounds: a psychophysical study
B May, DB Moody, WC Stebbins
Animal Behaviour 36 (5), 1432-1444, 1988
671988
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