Publications

2023

  1. He, D., Buder, E. H., & Bidelman, G. M. (in press). Effects of syllable rate on neuro-behavioral synchronization across modalities: Brain oscillations and speech productions. Neurobiology of Language.  
  2. Carter, J. & Bidelman, G. M. (2023). Perceptual warping exposes categorical representations for speech in human brainstem responses. NeuroImage,  269 (119899), 1-14.
  3. Lai, J., Alain C., & Bidelman, G. M. (2023). Cortical-brainstem interplay during speech perception in older adults with and without hearing loss. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 17 (1075368), 1-12.
  4. Moinuddin, K. A., Havugimana, F., Al-Fahad, R., Bidelman, G. M., & Yeasin, M. (2023). Unraveling spatial-spectral dynamics of speech categorization speed using convolutional neural networks. Brain Sciences, 13(1), 75.

2022

  1. Lai, J. & Bidelman, G. M. (2022). Relative changes in the cochlear summating potentials to paired-clicks predict speech-in-noise perception and subjective hearing acuity. JASA Express Letters, 2(1), 102001.
  2. Brown, J. A., & Bidelman, G. M. (2022). Familiarity of background music modulates the cortical tracking of target speech at the "cocktail party". Brain Sciences [invited paper], 12(10), 1320.
  3. Bugos, J., Bidelman, G. M., Moreno, S., Shen, D., Lu, J., & Alain, C. (2022). Music and visual art training increase auditory-evoked theta oscillations in older adults. Brain Sciences, 12(10), 1300.
  4. Lai, J., Price C. N., & Bidelman, G. M. (2022). Brainstem speech encoding is dynamically shaped online by fluctuations in cortical α state. NeuroImage, 263 (119627), 1-14.
  5. Momtaz, S., Moncrieff, D., Ray, M.A., & Bidelman, G. M. (2022). Children with amblyaudia show less flexibility in auditory cortical entrainment to periodic non-speech sounds. International Journal of Audiology, 1-7. doi: 10.1080/14992027.2022.2094289
  6. Bidelman, G. M., Chow, R., Noly-Gandon, A., Ryan, J. D., Bell, K. L., Rizzi, R., and Alain, C. (2022). Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) combined with listening to preferred music alters cortical speech processing in older adults. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 16(884130), 1-13.
  7. Lu, J. Moussard, A., Guo, S., Lee, Y., Bidelman, G. M., Moreno, S., Skrotzki, C., Bugos, J., Shen, D., Yao, D., and Alain, C. (2022). Music training modulates theta brain oscillations associated with response suppression. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1516(1), 212-221. [special issue for "Neuroscience of Music VII (NMVII): Connecting with music across the lifespan”].
  8. Price, C. N. & Bidelman, G. M. (2022). Musical experience partially counteracts temporal speech processing deficits in putative mild cognitive impairment. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1516(1), 114-122. [special issue for "Neuroscience of Music VII (NMVII): Connecting with music across the lifespan”].
  9. Mankel, K. Shrestha, U., Tipirneni-Sajja, A., & Bidelman, G.M. (2022). Functional plasticity coupled with structural predispositions in auditory cortex shape successful music category learning. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 16(897239), 1-14. 
  10. Carter, J. A., Buder, E. H, & Bidelman, G. M. (2022). Nonlinear dynamics in auditory cortical activity reveal the neural basis of perceptual warping in speech categorizationJASA Express Letters, 2(4), 045201. [invited paper]
  11. Brown, J. A. & Bidelman, G. M. (2022). Song properties and familiarity affect speech recognition in musical noise. Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain, 32(1-2), 1-6. [Example stimuli ("Rockin Robin"): fullsong; vocals; instrumentals]
  12. Chung, W.-L. & Bidelman, G. M. (2022). Acoustic features of oral reading prosody and the relation with reading fluency and reading comprehension in Taiwanese childrenJournal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 65(1), 334-343. 
Conference proceedings, book chapters, and preprints:
  1. Moinuddin, K. A., Havugimana, F., Al-Fahad, R., Bidelman, G., & Yeasin, M. (2022). Unraveling spatial-spectral dynamics of speech categorization speed using convolutional neural network. bioRxiv [preprint]. https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.11.21.517434
  2. Momtaz, S. & Bidelman, G. M. (2022). Effects of stimulus rate and periodicity on auditory cortical entrainment to continuous sounds. bioRxiv [preprint]. https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.09.04.506557
  3. Lai, J. & Bidelman, G. M. (2022). Cochlear summating potentials to paired-clicks predict speech-in-noise perception and hearing acuity. bioRxiv [preprint]. https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.07.31.502232
  4. Carter, J. & Bidelman, G. M. (2022). Perceptual warping exposes categorical representations for speech in human brainstem responses. bioRxiv [preprint]. https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.07.13.499914
  5. Brown, J. A., & Bidelman, G. M. (2022). Familiarity of background music modulates the cortical tracking of target speech at the cocktail party . bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: 10.1101/2022.07.14.500126
  6. Lai, J., Alain C., & Bidelman, G. M. (2022). Age-related hearing loss alters real-time dynamics of auditory cortical-brainstem coding during speech perception. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.06.03.494743
  7. Lai, J., Price C. N., & Bidelman, G. M. (2022). Brainstem speech encoding is dynamically shaped online by fluctuations in cortical α state. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.04.11.487894

2021

  1. Shukla, B. & Bidelman, G.M. (2021). Enhanced brainstem phase-locking in low-level noise reveals stochastic resonance in the frequency-following response (FFR)Brain Research, 1771, 147643. [special issue "New frontiers in studying the neural substrates enabling speech in noise comprehension"]
  2. Iannaccone, A., Brewer, C. C., Cheng, P., Duncan, J. L., Maguire, M. G., Audo, I., Ayala, A. R., Bernstein, P., Bidelman, G. M., Cheetham, J. K., Doty, R., Durham, T. A., Hufnagel, R. B., Myers, M., Stingl, K., & Zein, W. (2021). Auditory and olfactory findings from the rate of progression in USH2A-related retinal degeneration (RUSH1A) studyAmerican Journal of Medical Genetics- Part A, 185A, 3717–3727.
  3. Momtaz, S., Moncrieff, D., & Bidelman, G. M. (2021). Dichotic listening deficits in amblyaudia are characterized by aberrant neural oscillations in auditory cortex. Clinical Neurophysiology, 132(9), 2152-2162. 
  4. Price, C. N. & Bidelman, G. M. (2021). Attention reinforces human corticofugal system to aid speech perception in noiseNeuroImage, 235 (118014), 1-9. 
  5. Mahmud, S., Yeasin, M., & Bidelman, G. M. (2021). Data-driven machine learning models for decoding speech categorization from evoked brain responsesJournal of Neural Engineering, 18(4), 046012.
  6. Carter, J. & Bidelman, G. M. (2021). Auditory cortex is susceptible to lexical influence as revealed by informational vs. energetic masking of speech categorizationBrain Research, 1759, 147385..\ [special issue "New frontiers in studying the neural substrates enabling speech in noise comprehension"]
  7. Mahmud, S., Yeasin, M., & Bidelman, G. M. (2021). Speech categorization is better described by induced rather than evoked neural activity. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 149(3), 1644-1656. [special issue on Machine Learning in Acoustics]
  8. Bidelman, G. M., & Momtaz, S. (2021). Subcortical rather than cortical sources of the frequency-following response (FFR) relate to speech-in-noise perception in normal-hearing listeners. Neuroscience Letters, 746, 135664.
  9. Bidelman, G. M., Pearson, C., & Harrison, A. (2021). Lexical influences on categorical speech perception are driven by a temporoparietal circuit. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 33(5), 840–852. 
  10. Chung, W.-L., Jarmulowicz, L., & Bidelman, G. M. (2021). Cross-linguistic contributions of acoustic cues and prosodic awareness to first and second language vocabulary knowledge. Journal of Research in Reading, 44(2), 434–452.
  11. Chung, W.-L. & Bidelman, G. M. (2021). Mandarin-speaking preschoolers' pitch discrimination, prosodic and phonological awareness, and their relation to receptive vocabulary and reading abilities. Reading and Writing, 34(2), 337–353.
  12. Bidelman, G. M., Brown, J., & Bashivan, P. (2021). Auditory cortex supports verbal working memory capacityNeuroReport, 32(2), 163-168. [featured as journal cover image]
Conference proceedings, book chapters, and preprints:
  1. Bidelman, G. M. & Carter, J. (2021). Continuous dynamics in behavior reveal perceptual nonlinearities aid speech categorization in noise. PsyArXiv [preprint]. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/qd3nu
  2. Carter, J.A., Buder, E.H., Bidelman, G.M. (2021). Nonlinear dynamics in auditory cortical activity reveal the neural basis of perceptual warping in speech categorization. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.12.07.470603.
  3. Al-Fahad, R., Yeasin, M., Moinuddin, K. A., & Bidelman, G. M. (2021). Micro-state-based neural decoding of speech categorization using Bayesian non-parametrics. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.11.17.469011
  4. Momtaz, S., Moncrieff, D., Ray, M.A., & Bidelman, G. M. (2021). Children with amblyaudia show less flexibility in auditory cortical entrainment to periodic non-speech sounds. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.09.08.459520
  5. Mankel, K. Shrestha, U. Tipirneni-Sajja, A., & Bidelman, G.M. (2021). Functional plasticity coupled with structural predispositions in auditory cortex shape successful music category learning. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi:  https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.05.12.443818.
  6. Price, C. N. & Bidelman, G. M. (2021). Musical experience partially counteracts temporal speech processing deficits in mild cognitive impairment. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.04.21.440718

2020

  1. Bidelman, G. M. Price, C. N., Mahmud, S., & Yeasin, M. (2020). Decoding hearing loss from brain signalsThe Hearing Journal, 73(11), 42-45.
  2. Bidelman, G. M. & Yoo, J. (2020). Musicians show improved speech segregation in competitive, multitalker cocktail party scenarios. Frontiers in Psychology, 11(1927), 1-11.
  3. Myers, M .H., Padmanabha, A., Bidelman, G. M., & Wheless, J. W. (2020). Seizure localization using EEG analytical signalsClinical Neurophysiology, 131(9), 2131-2139.
  4. Mahmud, S., Ahmed, F., Al-Fahad, R., Moinuddin, K. A., Yeasin, M., Alain, C., & Bidelman, G. M. (2020). Decoding hearing-related changes in older adults' spatiotemporal neural processing of speech using machine learningFrontiers in Neuroscience, 14(748), 1-15.
  5. Bidelman, G. M. & Bhagat, S. P. (2020). Brainstem correlates of cochlear nonlinearity measured via the scalp-recorded frequency-following response (FFR)NeuroReport., 31(10), 702-707. [featured as journal cover image]  
  6. Bidelman, G. M., Bush, L. C., & Boudreaux, A. M. (2020). Effects of noise on the behavioral and neural categorization of speechFrontiers in Neuroscience, 14(153), 1-13.
  7. Al-Fahad, R., Yeasin, M., & Bidelman, G. M. (2020). Decoding of single-trial EEG reveals unique states of functional brain connectivity that drive rapid speech categorization decisionsJournal of Neural Engineering, 17(1), 016045.
  8. Bidelman, G. M., Brown, B., Mankel, K., & Price, C. N. (2020). Psychobiological responses reveal audiovisual noise differentially challenges speech recognitionEar and Hearing, 41(2), 268-277.
  9. Mankel, K., Barber, J., & Bidelman, G. M. (2020). Auditory categorical processing for speech is modulated by inherent musical listening skillsNeuroReport, 31, 162-166.
  10. Lewis, G., & Bidelman, G. M. (2020). Autonomic nervous system correlates of speech categorization revealed through pupillometryFrontiers in Neuroscience, 13(1418), 1-10. 
  11. Bidelman, G. M. & Myers, M. H. (2020). Frontal cortex selectively overrides auditory sensory processing to bias perception for looming sonic motion. Brain Research, 1726 (146507), 1-8.
Conference proceedings, book chapters, and preprints:
  1. Mankel, K., Pavlik, P., & Bidelman, G. M. (2020). Single-trial neural dynamics influence auditory category learning. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.12.10.420091
  2. Momtaz, S., Moncrieff, D., & Bidelman, G. M. (2020). Dichotic listening deficits in amblyaudia are characterized by aberrant neural oscillations in auditory cortex. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.11.27.401604
  3. Price, C. N. & Bidelman, G. M. (2020). Attention reinforces human corticofugal system to aid speech perception in noise. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.10.22.351494
  4. Mahmud, S., Yeasin, M., & Bidelman, G. M. (2020). Speech categorization is better described by induced rather than evoked neural activity. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.10.20.347526
  5. Carter, J. & Bidelman, G. M. (2020). Auditory cortex is susceptible to lexical influence as revealed by informational vs. energetic masking of speech categorization. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.10.20.347724
  6. Bidelman, G. M., Pearson, C., & Harrison, A. (2020). Lexical influences on categorical speech perception are driven by a temporoparietal circuit. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.08.11.246793
  7. Bidelman, G. M., Brown, J. A., & Bashivan, P. (2020). Auditory cortex supports verbal working memory capacity. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.08.05.237727
  8. Mahmud, S., Yeasin, M., & Bidelman, G. M. (2020). Data-driven machine learning models for decoding speech categorization from evoked brain responses. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.08.03.234997
  9. Mahmud, S., Ahmed, F., Yeasin, M., & Bidelman, G. M. (2020). Decoding categorical speech perception from evoked brain responses. Proceedings of the IEEE TENSYMP 2020, Dhaka, Bangladesh July 5-7, 2020.
  10. Bidelman, G. M. & Momtaz, S. (2020). Subcortical sources drive the relation between frequency-following responses (FFRs) and speech in noise perception. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.03.29.014233
  11. Mahmud, S., Ahmed, F., Yeasin, M., Alain, C., & Bidelman, G. M. (2020). Multivariate models for decoding hard of hearing using EEG gamma-band power spectral density. Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN 2020), Glasgow, Scotland July 19-24, 2020.

2019

  1. Price, C. N., Alain, C., & Bidelman, G. M. (2019). Auditory-frontal channeling in α and β bands is altered by age-related hearing loss and relates to speech perception in noiseNeuroscience, 423, 18-28.
  2. Bidelman, G. M., Price, C. N., Shen, D., Arnott, S., & Alain, C. (2019). Afferent-efferent connectivity between auditory brainstem and cortex accounts for poorer speech-in-noise comprehension in older adultsHearing Research, 382, 1-12.
  3. Bidelman, G. M. & Walker, B. (2019). Plasticity in auditory categorization is supported by differential engagement of the auditory-linguistic networkNeuroImage, 201, 1-10.
  4. Bidelman, G. M., Mahmud, M. S., Yeasin, M., Shen, D., Arnott, S., & Alain, C. (2019). Age-related hearing loss increases full-brain connectivity while reversing directed signaling within the dorsal-ventral pathway for speech. Brain Structure and Function. 224(8), 2661-2676.
  5. Bidelman, G. M., Sigley, L., & Lewis, G. (2019). Acoustic noise and vision differentially warp speech categorizationJournal of the Acoustical Society of America, 146(1), 60-70.
  6. Yoo, H., Buder, E. H., Bowman, D. D., Bidelman, G. M., & Oller, D. K. (2019). Acoustic correlates and adult perceptions of distress in infant speech-like vocalizations and criesFrontiers in Psychology, 10(1154), 1-18.
  7. Khatun, S., Morshed, B. I., & Bidelman, G. M. (2019). A single-channel EEG-based approach to detect mild cognitive impairment via speech-evoked brain responsesIEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 27(5), 1063-1070.
  8. Yoo, J. & Bidelman, G. M. (2019). Linguistic, perceptual, and cognitive factors underlying the musician benefit to noise-degraded speech perception.Hearing Research, 377, 189-195.
  9. Yellamsetty, A. & Bidelman, G. M. (2019). Brainstem correlates of concurrent speech identification in adverse listening conditions.Brain Research, 1714, 182-192.
  10. Alain, C., Moussard, A., Singer, J., Lee, Y., Bidelman, G. M., & Moreno, S. (2019). Music and visual art training modulate brain activity in older adults. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 13(182), 1-15.
  11. Bidelman, G. M. & Heath, S. T. (2019). Neural correlates of enhanced audiovisual processing in the bilingual brainNeuroscience, 401, 11-20. [Example stimuli: 1flash1beep.mp4; 1flash2beep.mp4]
  12. Lee, S., Mendel, L. L., & Bidelman, G. M. (2019). Predicting speech recognition using the speech intelligibility index and other variables for cochlear implant usersJournal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 62(5), 1517-1531.
  13. Bidelman, G. M. & Heath, S. (2019). Enhanced temporal binding of audiovisual information in the bilingual brain. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 22(4), 752-762.  [Example stimuli: 1flash1beep.mp4; 1flash2beep.mp4]
Conference proceedings, book chapters, preprints, and software:
  1. Moinuddin, K. A., Yeasin, M., & Bidelman, G. M. (2019). BrainO software (Version 1.0.3). Retrieved from https://github.com/cvpia-uofm/BrainO
  2. Mahmud, S., Ahmed, F., Al-Fahad, R., Moinuddin, K. A., Yeasin, M., Alain, C., & Bidelman, G. M. (2019). Decoding age-related changes in the spatiotemporal neural processing of speech using machine learning. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/786566
  3. Al-Fahad, R., Yeasin, M., & Bidelman, G. M. (2019). Unsupervised decoding of single-trial EEG reveals unique states of functional brain connectivity that drive rapid speech categorization decisions. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/686048
  4. Bidelman, G. M. & Walker, B. S. (2019). Plasticity in auditory categorization is supported by differential engagement of the auditory-linguistic network. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/663799
  5. Bidelman, G. M., Bush, L. C., & Boudreaux, A. M. (2019). The categorical neural organization of speech aids its perception in noise. bioRxiv [preprint]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/652842
  6. Bidelman, G. M., Price, C. N., Shen, D., Arnott, S., & Alain, C. (2019). Afferent-efferent connectivity between auditory brainstem and cortex accounts for poorer speech-in-noise comprehension in older adults. bioRxiv [preprint], doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/568840.
  7. Cao, M., Pavlik, P., & Bidelman, G. M. (2019). Incorporating prior practice difficulty into performance factor analysis to model Mandarin tone learning. Proceedings of 12th International Conference on Educational Data Mining (EDM), Montreal, Canada, July 2-5, 2019.
  8. Bidelman, G. M. & Mankel, K. (2019). Reply to Schellenberg: Is there more to auditory plasticity than meets the ear? Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Letter to the Editor], 116(8), 2785-2786.

2018

  1. Mankel, K., & Bidelman, G. M. (2018). Inherent auditory skills rather than formal music training shape the neural encoding of speechProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 115(51), 13129-13134.
  2. Mahajan, R., Morshed, B. I., & Bidelman, G. M. (2018). BRAINsens: Body-worn reconfigurable architecture of integrated network sensorsJournal of Medical Systems, 42(1), 185.
  3. Bidelman, G. M., Davis, M. K., & Pridgen, M. H. (2018). Brainstem-cortical functional connectivity for speech is differentially challenged by noise and reverberation. Hearing Research, 367, 149-160. 
  4. Bidelman, G. M. & Powers, L. (2018). Response properties of the human frequency-following response (FFR) to speech and nonspeech sounds: Level dependence, adaptation, and phase-locking limits. International Journal of Audiology, 57(9), 665-672.
  5. Bidelman, G. M. (2018). Subcortical sources dominate the neuroelectric auditory frequency-following response to speechNeuroImage, 175, 56-69.
  6. Yellamsetty, A. & Bidelman, G. M. (2018). Low- and high-frequency cortical brain oscillations reflect dissociable mechanisms of concurrent speech segregation in noiseHearing Research, 361, 92-102.
  7. Bidelman, G. M. (2018). Sonification of scalp-recorded frequency-following responses (FFRs) offers improved response detection over conventional statistical metrics. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 293, 59-66.
  8. Bidelman, G. M., Pousson, M., Dugas, C., & Fehrenbach, A. (2018). Test-retest reliability of dual-recorded brainstem vs. cortical auditory evoked potentials to speechJournal of the American Academy of Audiology, 29(2),164-174.
Conference proceedings and book chapters:
  1. Mahmud, S., Yeasin, M., Shen, D., Arnott, S., Alain, C., & Bidelman, G. M. (2018). What brain connectivity patterns from EEG tell us about hearing loss: A graph theoretic approach. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (ICECE 2018), Dhaka, Bangladesh, Dec 20–22, 2018.
  2. Khatun, S., Morshed, B. I., & Bidelman, G. M. (2018). Single channel EEG based score generation to monitor the severity and progression of mild cognitive impairment. Proceedings of the 18th Annual International Conference on Electro-Information Technology, Rochester, MI, May 3-5, 2018.

2017

  1. Myers, M. H. Iannaccone, A., & Bidelman, G. M. (2017). A pilot investigation of audiovisual processing and multisensory integration in patients with inherited retinal dystrophies. BMC Ophthalmology, 17(240), 1-13.
  2. Chung, W.-L., Jarmulowicz, L., & Bidelman, G. M. (2017). Auditory processing, linguistic prosody awareness, and word reading in Mandarin-speaking children learning EnglishReading and Writing, 30(7), 1407–1429.
  3. Lee, S. & Bidelman, G.M. (2017). Objective identification of simulated cochlear implant settings in normal-hearing listeners via auditory cortical evoked potentialsEar & Hearing, 38(4), e215-e226.
  4. Bidelman, G. M. & Yellamsetty, A. (2017). Noise and pitch interact during the cortical segregation of concurrent speech. Hearing Research, 351, 34-34. 
  5. Bidelman, G. M., & Alain, C. (2017). Auditory biomarker identified for early cognitive impairmentThe Hearing Journal, 70(5), 18-20.
  6. Bidelman, G. M., Lowther, J. E., Tak, S. H., & Alain, C. (2017). Mild cognitive impairment is characterized by deficient hierarchical speech coding between auditory brainstem and cortex. Journal of Neuroscience, 37(13), 3610-3620.
  7. Bidelman, G. M. (2017). Amplified induced neural oscillatory activity predicts musicians' benefits in categorical speech perceptionNeuroscience, 348, 107-113.
  8. Bidelman, G. M. & Walker, B. (2017). Attentional modulation and domain specificity underlying the neural organization of auditory categorical perceptionEuropean Journal of Neuroscience, 45690-699.
  9. Almishaal, A., Bidelman, G. M., & Jennings, S. G. (2017). Notched-noise precursors improve detection of low-frequency amplitude modulationJournal of the Acoustical Society of America, 141(1), 324- 333.
  10. Alain, C., Arsenault, J. S., Garami, L., Bidelman, G. M., & Snyder, J. S. (2017). Neural correlates of speech segregation based on formant frequencies of adjacent vowelsScientific Reports, 7(40790), 1-11.
  11. Bidelman, G. M., Schneider, A. D., Heitzmann, V. R., & Bhagat, S. P. (2017). Musicianship enhances ipsilateral and contralateral efferent gain control to the cochleaHearing Research, 344, 275-283.
  12. Bidelman, G. M., & Bhagat, S. P. (2017). Cochlear, brainstem, and psychophysical responses reveal spectrotemporal tradeoff in human auditory processingNeuroReport, 28(1), 17-22.
Conference proceedings, book chapters, and preprints:
  1. Bidelman, G. M. & McElwain, C. (2017). Objective detection of auditory steady-state responses based on mutual information: Receiver operating characteristics and validation across modulation rates and levels. PeerJ Preprints, 5:e3399v1
  2. Khatun, S., Morshed, B. I., & Bidelman, G. M. (2017). Single channel time-frequency features to detect mild cognitive impairment. Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Medical Measurement and Applications (IEEE MeMeA 2017), Rochester, MN, May 7–10, 2017.
  3. Bashivan, P., Bidelman, G. M., & Yeasin, M. (2017). Temporal progression in functional connectivity determines individual differences in working memory capacity. Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN 2017), Anchorage, AK, May 14–19, 2017.
  4. Bidelman, G. M. (2017). Communicating in challenging environments: Noise and reverberation. In N. Kraus, S. Anderson, T. White-Schwoch, R. R. Fay & A. N. Popper (Eds.), Springer Handbook of Auditory Research: The frequency-following response: A window into human communication. New York, N.Y.: Springer.

2016

  1. Bidelman, G. M. (2016). Relative contribution of envelope and fine structure to the subcortical encoding of noise-degraded speechJournal of the Acoustical Society of America, 140(4), EL358-363.
  2. Hutka, S., Carpentier, S., Bidelman, G. M., Moreno, S., & McIntosh, A. R. (2016). Musicianship and tone language are associated with differential changes in brain signal variabilityJournal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 28(12), 2044-2058.
  3. Bidelman, G. M. (2016). Musicians have enhanced audiovisual multisensory binding: Experience-dependent effects in the double-flash illusionExperimental Brain Research, 234(10), 3037-3047. [Example stimuli: 1flash1beep.mp4; 1flash2beep.mp4]
  4. Bidelman, G. M. & Patro, C. (2016). Auditory perceptual restoration and illusory continuity correlates in the human brainstemBrain Research, 1646, 84-90.
  5. Chung, W.-L. & Bidelman, G. M. (2016). Cortical encoding and neurophysiological tracking of English stress patterns in native and nonnative speakersBrain and Language, 155-156, 49-57.
  6. Bidelman, G. M. & Bhagat, S. P. (2016). Objective detection of auditory steady-state evoked potentials based on mutual information. International Journal of Audiology, 55(5), 313–319.
  7. Bidelman, G. M., Nelms, C., & Bhagat, S. P. (2016). Musical experience sharpens human cochlear tuningHearing Research, 335, 40-46.
  8. Bidelman, G. M. & Howell, M. (2016). Functional changes in inter- and intra-hemispheric auditory cortical processing underlying degraded speech perceptionNeuroImage, 124, 581-590.
Conference proceedings and book chapters:
  1. Walker, B.S. & Bidelman, G.M. (2016). Stimulus familiarity and attentional effects on the neural organization of auditory categorical perception. Proceedings of the 18th World Congress of Psychophysiology (IOP2016) of the International Organization of Psychophysiology (IOP), Havana, Cuba, August 31-Sept. 4, 2016.
  2. Mahajan, R., Morshed, B. I., & Bidelman, G. M. (2016). Design and validation of a wearable "DRL-less" EEG using a novel fully-reconfigurable architecture. Proceedings of the 38th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (IEEE EMPC 2016), Orlando, FL, August 16–20, 2016.

2015

  1. Cousineau, M., Bidelman, G. M., Peretz, I., & Lehmann, A. (2015). On the relevance of natural stimuli for the study of brainstem correlates: The example of consonance perceptionPLoS One, 10(12), e0145439.
  2. Rose, N. S.,Rendell, P. G., Hering, A., Kliegel, M., Bidelman, G. M., Craik, F. I. M. (2015). Cognitive and neural plasticity in older adults' prospective memory following training with the virtual week computer gameFrontiers In Human Neuroscience, 9(595), 1-13.
  3. Bidelman, G. M., Jennings, S. G., & Strickland, E. A. (2015). PsyAcoustX: A flexible MATLAB® package for psychoacoustics researchFrontiers in Psychology, 6(1498), 1-11. (software download website)
  4. Bidelman, G. M. & Chung, W.-L. (2015). Tone-language speakers show hemispheric specialization and differential cortical processing of contour and interval cues for pitchNeuroscience, 305, 384-392.
  5. Bidelman, G. M. (2015). Sensitivity of the cortical pitch onset response to height, time-variance, and directionality of dynamic pitchNeuroscience Letters, 603, 89-93. 
  6. Bidelman, G. M. & Lee, C.-C. (2015). Effects of language experience and stimulus context on the neural organization and categorical perception of speechNeuroImage, 120,191-200.
  7. Bidelman, G. M., & Bhagat, S. P. (2015). Right ear advantage drives the link between olivocochlear efferent "antimasking" and speech-in-noise listening benefitsNeuroReport, 26, 483-487.
  8. Hutka, S., Bidelman, G. M., & Moreno, S. (2015). Pitch expertise is not created equal: Cross-domain effects of music and tone language experience on neural and behavioural discrimination of speech and musicNeuropsychologia, 71, 52-63.
  9. Bidelman, G. M., & Dexter, L. (2015). Bilinguals at the "cocktail party": Dissociable neural activity in auditory-linguistic brain regions reveals neurobiological basis for nonnative listeners' speech-in-noise recognition deficits. Brain and Language, 143, 32-41.
  10. Bidelman, G. M. (2015). Multichannel recordings of the human brainstem frequency-following response: Scalp topography, source generators, and distinctions from the transient ABRHearing Research, 323,68-80. [Supplemental Video]
  11. Weiss, M. W., & Bidelman, G. M. (2015). Listening to the brainstem: Musicianship enhances intelligibility of subcortical representations for speechJournal of Neuroscience, 35(4), 1687-1691.
  12. Bidelman, G. M. & Alain, C. (2015). Musical training orchestrates coordinated neuroplasticity in auditory brainstem and cortex to counteract age-related declines in categorical speech perceptionJournal of Neuroscience, 35(3) 1240 –1249.                [Press: CBS News | The Washington Post | National Post]
  13. Bidelman, G. M. (2015). Towards an optimal paradigm for simultaneously recording cortical and brainstem auditory evoked potentialsJournal of Neuroscience Methods, 241, 94-100.
  14. Bidelman, G. M., & Alain, C. (2015). Hierarchical neurocomputations underlying concurrent sound segregation: Connecting periphery to perceptNeuropsychologia, 68, 38-50.
  15. Bidelman, G. M. (2015). Induced neural beta oscillations predict categorical speech perception abilitiesBrain and Language, 141, 62-69.
Conference proceedings and book chapters:
  1. Bashivan, P., Bidelman, G. M., & Yeasin, M. (2015). Single trial prediction of normal and excessive cognitive load through EEG feature fusion. Proceedings on the IEEE Signal Processing in Medicine and Biology Symposium (IEEE SPMB), Philadelphia, PA, December 12–13, 2015.
  2. Feng, S. & Bidelman, G. M. (2015). Music listening and song familiarity modulate mind wandering and behavioral success during lexical processing. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive science Society (CogSci 2015), Pasadena, CA, July 22- 25, 2015.

2014

  1. Bashivan, P., Bidelman, G. M., & Yeasin, M. (2014). Spectrotemporal dynamics of the EEG during working memory encoding and maintenance predicts individual behavioral capacityEuropean Journal of Neuroscience, 40(12), 3774–3784.
  2. Arsenault, J., He, Y., Bidelman, G., & Alain, C. (2014). The impact of context on the perceptual organization of speechJournal of the Canadian Acoustical Association, 42, 72-73.
  3. Bidelman, G. M., Grall, J. (2014). Functional organization for musical consonance and tonal pitch hierarchy in human auditory cortexNeuroImage, 101, 204-214.
  4. Bidelman, G. M., Schug, J. M., Jennings, S. G., & Bhagat, S. P. (2014). Psychophysical auditory filter estimates reveal sharper cochlear tuning in musiciansJournal of the Acoustical Society of America, 136(1), EL33-39.
  5. Bidelman, G. M. (2014). Objective information-theoretic algorithm for detecting brainstem evoked responses to complex stimuliJournal of the American Academy of Audiology, 25(8), 1-12.
  6. Bidelman, G. M., Villafuerte, J. W., & Moreno, S., & Alain, C. (2014). Age-related changes in the subcortical-cortical encoding and categorical perception of speech. Neurobiology of Aging, 35(11), 2526-2540.
  7. Bidelman, G. M., Weiss, M. W., Moreno, S., & Alain, C. (2014). Coordinated plasticity in brainstem and auditory cortex contributes to enhanced categorical speech perception in musicians. European Journal of Neuroscience, 40, 2662 - 2673.
  8. Bidelman, G. M. & Khaja, A. (2014). Spectrotemporal resolution tradeoff in auditory processing as revealed by human auditory brainstem responses and psychophysical indicesNeuroscience Letters, 572, 53-57.
  9. Moreno, S. & Bidelman, G. M. (2014). Examining neural plasticity and cognitive benefit through the unique lens of musical trainingHearing Research, 308, 84-97. [invited paper]
  10. Trainor, L. J., Marie, C., Bruce, I. C., & Bidelman, G. M. (2014). Explaining the high voice superiority effect in polyphonic music: Evidence from cortical evoked potentials and peripheral auditory modelsHearing Research, 308, 60-70. [invited paper]
  11. Alain, C., Zendel, B. R., Hutka, S., & Bidelman, G. M. (2014). Turning down the noise: The benefit of musical training on the aging auditory brainHearing Research, 308, 162-173. [invited paper]
Conference proceedings and book chapters:
  1. Mahajan, R., Majmudar, C. A., Khatun, S., Morshed, B. I., & Bidelman, G. M. (2014). NeuroMonitor Ambulatory EEG Device: Comparative Analysis and Its Application for Cognitive Load Assessment. Proceedings of the Healthcare Innovations and Point-of-Care Technologies Conference (HICPT'14), Seattle, WA, October 7–10, 2014.
  2. Bashivan, P., Bidelman, G. M., & Yeasin, M. (2014). Modulation of brain connectivity by cognitive load in the working memory Network. Proceedings on the IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (IEEE SSCI),Orlando, FL, December 9–12, 2014.
  3. Arsenault, J., He, Y., Bidelman, G. M., & Alain, C. (2014). The impact of context on the perceptual organization of speech. Proceedings of the Canadian Acoustical Association, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, October 7–10, 2014.

2013

  1. Hutka, S., Bidelman, G. M., & Moreno, S. (2013). Brain signal variability as a window into the bidirectionality between music and language processing: Moving from a linear to a nonlinear modelFrontiers in Psychology, 4(984), 1-11.
  2. Hutka, S. A., Binns, M. A., Bidelman, G.M., & Alain, C. (2013). Age-related differences in the sequential organization of speech soundsJournal of the Acoustical Society of America, 133(6), 4177-4187.
  3. Bidelman, G. M., Moreno, S., & Alain, C. (2013). Tracing the emergence of categorical speech perception in the human auditory system.NeuroImage, 79(1), 201-212.
  4. Bidelman, G. M. (2013). The role of the auditory brainstem in processing musically-relevant pitch. Frontiers in Psychology, 4(264), 1-13.
  5. Bidelman, G.M., Hutka, S., & Moreno, S. (2013). Tone language speakers and musicians share enhanced perceptual and cognitive abilities for musical pitch: Evidence for bidirectionality between the domains of language and musicPLoS One, 8(4), e60676.                                          [Press: NY Times | Huffington Post | Globe & Mail | Science Daily]
Conference proceedings and book chapters:
  1. Bashivan, P., Bidelman, G. M., &Yeasin, M. (2013). Neural correlates of visual working memory load through unsupervised spatial filtering of EEG. Proceedings of Machine Learning and Interpretation in Neuroimaging (MLINI'13), Lake Tahoe, NV, December 9–10, 2013.
  2. Pavlik, P., Hua, H., Williams, J., & Bidelman, G. M. (2013). Modeling and Optimizing Forgetting and Spacing Effects during Musical Interval Training. Proceedings of 6th International Conference on Educational Data Mining, Memphis, TN, July 6–9, 2013.

2012

  1. Krishnan, A., Bidelman, G. M., Smalt, C. J., Ananthakrishnan, S., & Gandour, J. T (2012). Relationship between brainstem, cortical, and behavioral measures relevant to pitch salience in humansNeuropsychologia, 50(12), 2849-2859.
  2. Smalt, C. J., Krishnan, A., Bidelman, G. M., Ananthakrishnan, S., & Gandour, J. T. (2012). Distortion products and their influence on representation of pitch-relevant information in the human brainstem for unresolved harmonic complex tones. Hearing Research, 292(1-2), 26-34.
  3. Krishnan, A., Gandour, J. T., & Bidelman, G. M. (2012). Experience-dependent plasticity in pitch encoding: From brainstem to auditory cortexNeuroReport, 23(8), 498-502. [invited review] 

2011

  1. Krishnan, A., Gandour, J. T., Ananthakrishnan, S., Bidelman, G. M., & Smalt, C. J. (2011). Functional ear (a)symmetry in brainstem neural activity relevant to encoding of voice pitch: A precursor for hemispheric specialization? Brain and Language,119(3), 226-231.
  2. Krishnan, A., Gandour, J. T., Ananthakrishnan, S., Bidelman, G. M., & Smalt, C. J. (2011). Linguistic status of timbre influences pitch encoding in the brainstemNeuroReport, 22(16), 801-803.
  3. Bidelman, G. M., Gandour, J.T., & Krishnan, A. (2011). Musicians demonstrate experience-dependent brainstem enhancement of musical scale features within continuously gliding pitchNeuroscience Letters, 503(3), 203-207.
  4. Bidelman, G. M. & Heinz, M. G. (2011). Auditory-nerve responses predict pitch attributes related to musical consonance-dissonance for normal and impaired hearingJournal of the Acoustical Society of America,130(3), 1488-1502.
  5. Bidelman, G. M., Gandour, J. T., & Krishnan, A. (2011). Musicians and tone-language speakers share enhanced brainstem encoding but not perceptual benefits for musical pitch. Brain & Cognition, 77(1), 1-10.
  6. Henry, K. S., Gall, M. D., Bidelman, G. M., & Lucas, J. R. (2011). Songbirds trade off auditory frequency resolution and temporal resolutionJournal of Comparative Physiology-A, 197(4), 351-359.
  7. Bidelman, G. M. & Krishnan, A. (2011). Brainstem correlates of behavioral and compositional preferences of musical harmonyNeuroReport, 22(5), 212-216.
  8. Bidelman, G. M., Krishnan, A., & Gandour, J. T. (2011). Enhanced brainstem encoding predicts musicians' perceptual advantages with pitchEuropean Journal of Neuroscience, 33(3), 530-538.
  9. Bidelman, G. M., Gandour, J. T., & Krishnan, A. (2011). Cross-domain effects of music and language experience on the representation of pitch in the human auditory brainstemJournal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23(2), 424-434. [Pitch tracking videos: M3video.mp4; T2 video.mp4]

2010

  1. Bidelman, G. M., & Krishnan, A. (2010). Effects of reverberation on brainstem representation of speech in musicians and non-musiciansBrain Research, 1355, 112-125.
  2. Krishnan, A., Bidelman, G. M., & Gandour, J. T. (2010). Neural representation of pitch salience in the human brainstem revealed by psychophysical and electrophysiological indices. Hearing Research, 268(1-2), 60-66.
  3. Krishnan, A., Gandour, J. T., Smalt, C. J., & Bidelman, G. M. (2010). Language-dependent pitch encoding advantage in the brainstem is not limited to acceleration rates that occur in natural speech. Brain and Language, 114(3), 193-198.
  4. Krishnan, A., Gandour, J. T., & Bidelman, G. M. (2010). Brainstem pitch representation in native speakers of Mandarin is less susceptible to degradation of stimulus periodicity. Brain Research, 1313, 124-133.
  5. Krishnan, A., Gandour, J. T., & Bidelman, G. M. (2010). The effects of tone language experience on pitch processing in the brainstem. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 23(1), 81-95.
Conference proceedings and book chapters:
  1. Gandour, J.,Krishnan, A., & Bidelman, G. M.(2010). Neural substrates of lexical tone as revealed at different stages of cortical and subcortical processing.Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Cognitive Science(pp. 32-33). Beijing, China: University of Science and Technology of China Press.

2009

  1. Bidelman, G. M. & Krishnan, A. (2009). Neural correlates of consonance, dissonance, and the hierarchy of musical pitch in the human brainstemJournal of Neuroscience, 29(42), 13165–13171. 
  2. Krishnan, A., Gandour, J. T., Bidelman, G. M., & Swaminathan, J. (2009). Experience-dependent neural representation of dynamic pitch in the brainstemNeuroReport, 20, 408-413.