Auditory Neuroscience Laboratory

 

Concussion


OVERVIEW

Concussion impacts auditory processing

 

 

Washington Post on Concussion Work
A hearing test may be able to identify a concussion

The Washington Post - December 22, 2016

 

Publications

Kraus N, Krizman J. (in press) An auditory perspective on concussion. Audiology Today

Thompson EC, Krizman J, White-Schwoch T, Nicol T, LaBella C, Kraus N. (in press) Difficulty hearing in noise: a sequela of concussion in children. Brain Injury

Kraus N, Lindley T, Colegrove D, Krizman J, Otto-Meyer S, Thompson E, White-Schwoch T (2017) The neural legacy of a single concussion. Neuroscience Letters. 646: 21-23.

Kraus N, Thompson EC, Krizman J, Cook K, White-Schwoch T, LaBella CR (2016) Auditory biological marker of concussion in children. Nature: Scientific Reports. 6: 39009.

Kraus N, White-Schwoch T (2017) Do concussions leave a lasting imprint on the hearing brain? Hearing Journal. 70(5): 42-45.

Kraus N, White-Schwoch T (2017) Listening to the brain to suss out concussions. Hearing Journal. 70(3): 56-57.