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Blas Espinoza-Varas

TitleProf,Asoc
InstitutionUniversity of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
DepartmentCommunication Sci & Disorders
Address1200 N Stonewall Ave
Oklahoma City OK 73117
Phone405/271-4214
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    Washington University, St. Louis, MOPhD1978Experimental Psychology
    Naval Medical Research Lab, New London, CTPostdoc1981Hearing Science
    McGill University, Montreal, CANADAPostdoc1982Hearing Science

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    1. Espinoza-Varas B, Hilton J, Guo S. Object-based attention modulates the discrimination of level increments in stop-consonant noise bursts. PLoS One. 2018; 13(1):e0190956. PMID: 29364931.
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    2. Wisniewski AB, Espinoza-Varas B, Aston CE, Edmundson S, Champlin CA, Pasanen EG, McFadden D. Otoacoustic emissions, auditory evoked potentials and self-reported gender in people affected by disorders of sex development (DSD). Horm Behav. 2014 Aug; 66(3):467-74. PMID: 25038289; PMCID: PMC4163528.
    3. Bingabr MG, Espinoza-Varas B, Sigdel S. Measurements of monopolar and bipolar current spreads using forward-masking with a fixed probe. Cochlear Implants Int. 2014 May; 15(3):166-72. PMID: 24606491.
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    4. Espinoza-Varas B, Jang H. Selective attention to pitch amid conflicting auditory information: context-coding and filtering strategies. Psychol Res. 2011 May; 75(3):159-78. PMID: 20640441.
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    5. Bingabr M, Espinoza-Varas B, Loizou PC. Simulating the effect of spread of excitation in cochlear implants. Hear Res. 2008 Jul; 241(1-2):73-9. PMID: 18556160; PMCID: PMC2596864.
    6. Espinoza-Varas B, Jang H. Aging impairs the ability to ignore irrelevant information in frequency discrimination tasks. Exp Aging Res. 2006 Apr-Jun; 32(2):209-26. PMID: 16531361.
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