Gavin M. Bidelman, PhD
Gavin M. Bidelman, PhD
University of Memphis; Assoc. Professor, Inst. for Intelligent Systems and School of Comm. Sciences
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Cross-domain effects of music and language experience on the representation of pitch in the human auditory brainstem
GM Bidelman, JT Gandour, A Krishnan
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 23 (2), 425-434, 2011
3072011
Neural correlates of consonance, dissonance, and the hierarchy of musical pitch in the human brainstem
GM Bidelman, A Krishnan
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (42), 13165-13171, 2009
2272009
Tone language speakers and musicians share enhanced perceptual and cognitive abilities for musical pitch: evidence for bidirectionality between the domains of language and music
GM Bidelman, S Hutka, S Moreno
PloS one 8 (4), e60676, 2013
2232013
Effects of reverberation on brainstem representation of speech in musicians and non-musicians
GM Bidelman, A Krishnan
Brain research 1355, 112-125, 2010
2042010
Examining neural plasticity and cognitive benefit through the unique lens of musical training
S Moreno, GM Bidelman
Hearing research 308, 84-97, 2014
1672014
Musicians and tone-language speakers share enhanced brainstem encoding but not perceptual benefits for musical pitch
GM Bidelman, JT Gandour, A Krishnan
Brain and cognition 77 (1), 1-10, 2011
1622011
Age-related changes in the subcortical–cortical encoding and categorical perception of speech
GM Bidelman, JW Villafuerte, S Moreno, C Alain
Neurobiology of aging 35 (11), 2526-2540, 2014
1452014
The effects of tone language experience on pitch processing in the brainstem
A Krishnan, JT Gandour, GM Bidelman
Journal of Neurolinguistics 23 (1), 81-95, 2010
1322010
Tracing the emergence of categorical speech perception in the human auditory system
GM Bidelman, S Moreno, C Alain
Neuroimage 79, 201-212, 2013
1272013
Musical training orchestrates coordinated neuroplasticity in auditory brainstem and cortex to counteract age-related declines in categorical vowel perception
GM Bidelman, C Alain
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (3), 1240-1249, 2015
1222015
Coordinated plasticity in brainstem and auditory cortex contributes to enhanced categorical speech perception in musicians
GM Bidelman, MW Weiss, S Moreno, C Alain
European Journal of Neuroscience 40 (4), 2662-2673, 2014
1192014
Multichannel recordings of the human brainstem frequency-following response: scalp topography, source generators, and distinctions from the transient ABR
GM Bidelman
Hearing research 323, 68-80, 2015
1082015
Experience dependent neural representation of dynamic pitch in the brainstem
A Krishnan, JT Gandour, GM Bidelman, J Swaminathan
Neuroreport 20 (4), 408, 2009
1082009
Turning down the noise: the benefit of musical training on the aging auditory brain
C Alain, BR Zendel, S Hutka, GM Bidelman
Hearing research 308, 162-173, 2014
962014
Enhanced brainstem encoding predicts musicians’ perceptual advantages with pitch
GM Bidelman, A Krishnan, JT Gandour
European Journal of Neuroscience 33 (3), 530-538, 2011
862011
Subcortical sources dominate the neuroelectric auditory frequency-following response to speech
GM Bidelman
Neuroimage 175, 56-69, 2018
802018
Functional changes in inter-and intra-hemispheric cortical processing underlying degraded speech perception
GM Bidelman, M Howell
Neuroimage 124, 581-590, 2016
702016
Neural representation of pitch salience in the human brainstem revealed by psychophysical and electrophysiological indices
A Krishnan, GM Bidelman, JT Gandour
Hearing research 268 (1-2), 60-66, 2010
662010
Relationship between brainstem, cortical and behavioral measures relevant to pitch salience in humans
A Krishnan, GM Bidelman, CJ Smalt, S Ananthakrishnan, JT Gandour
Neuropsychologia 50 (12), 2849-2859, 2012
652012
Cognitive and neural plasticity in older adults’ prospective memory following training with the Virtual Week computer game
NS Rose, PG Rendell, A Hering, M Kliegel, GM Bidelman, FIM Craik
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9, 592, 2015
582015
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