James Dias

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InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentOto-h&n Surg
AddressP.O. Box MSC 550
135 Rutledge Ave
Phone843-792-5196
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    1. Rumschlag JA, McClaskey CM, Dias JW, Kerouac LB, Noble KV, Panganiban C, Lang H, Harris KC. Age-related central gain with degraded neural synchrony in the auditory brainstem of mice and humans. Neurobiol Aging. 2022 07; 115:50-59. PMID: 35468552.
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    2. McClaskey CM, Dias JW, Schmiedt RA, Dubno JR, Harris KC. Evidence for Loss of Activity in Low-Spontaneous-Rate Auditory Nerve Fibers of Older Adults. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2022 04; 23(2):273-284. PMID: 35020090.
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    3. Panganiban CH, Barth JL, Tan J, Noble KV, McClaskey CM, Howard BA, Jafri SH, Dias JW, Harris KC, Lang H. Two distinct types of nodes of Ranvier support auditory nerve function in the mouse cochlea. Glia. 2022 04; 70(4):768-791. PMID: 34964523.
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    4. Harris KC, Ahlstrom JB, Dias JW, Kerouac LB, McClaskey CM, Dubno JR, Eckert MA. Neural Presbyacusis in Humans Inferred from Age-Related Differences in Auditory Nerve Function and Structure. J Neurosci. 2021 12 15; 41(50):10293-10304. PMID: 34753738.
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    5. Dias JW, McClaskey CM, Harris KC. Early auditory cortical processing predicts auditory speech in noise identification and lipreading. Neuropsychologia. 2021 10 15; 161:108012. PMID: 34474065.
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    6. Dias JW, McClaskey CM, Harris KC. Audiovisual speech is more than the sum of its parts: Auditory-visual superadditivity compensates for age-related declines in audible and lipread speech intelligibility. Psychol Aging. 2021 Jun; 36(4):520-530. PMID: 34124922.
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    7. McClaskey CM, Panganiban CH, Noble KV, Dias JW, Lang H, Harris KC. A multi-metric approach to characterizing mouse peripheral auditory nerve function using the auditory brainstem response. J Neurosci Methods. 2020 12 01; 346:108937. PMID: 32910925.
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    8. Dias JW, McClaskey CM, Eckert MA, Jensen JH, Harris KC. Intra- and interhemispheric white matter tract associations with auditory spatial processing: Distinct normative and aging effects. Neuroimage. 2020 07 15; 215:116792. PMID: 32278895.
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    9. McClaskey CM, Dias JW, Harris KC. Sustained envelope periodicity representations are associated with speech-in-noise performance in difficult listening conditions for younger and older adults. J Neurophysiol. 2019 10 01; 122(4):1685-1696. PMID: 31365323.
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    10. Dias JW, McClaskey CM, Harris KC. Time-Compressed Speech Identification Is Predicted by Auditory Neural Processing, Perceptuomotor Speed, and Executive Functioning in Younger and Older Listeners. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2019 02; 20(1):73-88. PMID: 30456729.
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    11. McClaskey CM, Dias JW, Dubno JR, Harris KC. Reliability of Measures of N1 Peak Amplitude of the Compound Action Potential in Younger and Older Adults. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 2018 09 19; 61(9):2422-2430. PMID: 30208403.
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    12. Dorsi J, Viswanathan N, Rosenblum LD, Dias JW. The role of speech fidelity in the irrelevant sound effect: Insights from noise-vocoded speech backgrounds. Q J Exp Psychol (Hove). 2018 Oct; 71(10):2152-2161. PMID: 30226434.
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    13. Harris KC, Vaden KI, McClaskey CM, Dias JW, Dubno JR. Complementary metrics of human auditory nerve function derived from compound action potentials. J Neurophysiol. 2018 03 01; 119(3):1019-1028. PMID: 29187555.
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    14. Dias JW, Rosenblum LD. Visibility of speech articulation enhances auditory phonetic convergence. Atten Percept Psychophys. 2016 Jan; 78(1):317-33. PMID: 26358471.
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    15. Sanchez K, Dias JW, Rosenblum LD. Experience with a talker can transfer across modalities to facilitate lipreading. Atten Percept Psychophys. 2013 Oct; 75(7):1359-65. PMID: 23955059.
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    16. Dias JW, Rosenblum LD. Visual influences on interactive speech alignment. Perception. 2011; 40(12):1457-66. PMID: 22474764.
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