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Salivary Stress-Related Responses in Tinnitus: A Preliminary Study in Young Male Subjects with Tinnitus

Journal Article published 20 Jul 2016 in Frontiers in Neuroscience volume 10

Research funded by American Tinnitus Association (225352)

Authors: Ola A. Alsalman, Denise Tucker, Sven Vanneste

Sound therapy and aural rehabilitation for tinnitus: a person centred therapy framework based on an ecological model of tinnitus

Journal Article published 23 Mar 2018 in Disability and Rehabilitation on pages 1 to 8

Research funded by American Tinnitus Association | Oticon Foundation in New Zealand

Authors: Grant D. Searchfield, Tania Linford, Mithila Durai

Tinnitus-related dissociation between cortical and subcortical neural activity in humans with mild to moderate sensorineural hearing loss

Journal Article published Jun 2014 in Hearing Research volume 312 on pages 48 to 59

Research funded by American Tinnitus Association | Heinsius Houbolt Foundation (016.096.011) | Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek | Netherlands Organization for Health Research and Development (ZonMw)

Authors: Kris Boyen, Emile de Kleine, Pim van Dijk, Dave R.M. Langers

Cochlear ablation effects on amino acid levels in the chinchilla cochlear nucleus

Journal Article published Jun 2015 in Neuroscience volume 297 on pages 137 to 159

Research funded by American Tinnitus Association | University of Toledo Foundation

Authors: D.A. Godfrey, K. Chen, M.A. Godfrey, A.C. Lee, S.P. Crass, D. Shipp, H. Simo, K.T. Robinson

d-Cycloserine enhances both intrinsic excitability of CA1 hippocampal neurons and expression of activity-regulated cytoskeletal (Arc) protein

Journal Article published Jun 2014 in Neuroscience Letters volume 571 on pages 50 to 54

Research funded by American Tinnitus Association

Authors: E.J. Donzis, L.T. Thompson

Towards an objective test of chronic tinnitus: Properties of auditory cortical potentials evoked by silent gaps in tinnitus-like sounds

Journal Article published Sep 2018 in Hearing Research volume 366 on pages 90 to 98

Research funded by American Tinnitus Association

Authors: Brandon T. Paul, Marc Schoenwiesner, Sylvie Hébert

Acute high-intensity noise induces rapid Arc protein expression but fails to rapidly change GAD expression in amygdala and hippocampus of rats: Effects of treatment with D-cycloserine

Journal Article published Dec 2016 in Hearing Research volume 342 on pages 69 to 79

Research funded by American Tinnitus Association

Authors: M.R. Kapolowicz, L.T. Thompson

Untangling the effects of tinnitus and hypersensitivity to sound (hyperacusis) in the gap detection test

Journal Article published Jan 2016 in Hearing Research volume 331 on pages 92 to 100

Research funded by National Institutes of Health (DC R01009097) | American Tinnitus Association

Authors: R.H. Salloum, S. Sandridge, D.J. Patton, G. Stillitano, G. Dawson, J. Niforatos, L. Santiago, J.A. Kaltenbach

Salicylate induces anxiety-like behavior and slow theta oscillation and abolishes the relationship between running speed and fast theta oscillation frequency

Journal Article published 5 Nov 2018 in Hippocampus

Research funded by Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico (440793/2016-5) | American Tinnitus Association

Authors: Jessica Winne, Rafael Franzon, Aron de Miranda, Thawann Malfatti, João Patriota, Sanja Mikulovic, Katarina E. Leão, Richardson N. Leão

Insular lateralization in tinnitus distress

Journal Article published Dec 2011 in Autonomic Neuroscience volume 165 issue 2 on pages 191 to 194

Research funded by American Tinnitus Association

Authors: E. van der Loo, M. Congedo, S. Vanneste, P. Van De Heyning, D. De Ridder

Auditory–limbic interactions in chronic tinnitus: Challenges for neuroimaging research

Journal Article published Apr 2016 in Hearing Research volume 334 on pages 49 to 57

Research funded by Tinnitus Research Consortium | National Institutes of Health (DC010720) | Skirball Foundation | American Tinnitus Association | Tinnitus Research Initiative

Authors: Amber M. Leaver, Anna Seydell-Greenwald, Josef P. Rauschecker

Connectivity of precuneus to the default mode and dorsal attention networks: A possible invariant marker of long-term tinnitus

Journal Article published 2017 in NeuroImage: Clinical volume 16 on pages 196 to 204

Research funded by Tinnitus Research Consortium | American Tinnitus Association (392) | University of Illinois | NSF (0903622)

Authors: Sara A. Schmidt, Jake Carpenter-Thompson, Fatima T. Husain