Roland Schaette
Roland Schaette
UCL Ear Institute
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Tinnitus with a normal audiogram: physiological evidence for hidden hearing loss and computational model
R Schaette, D McAlpine
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (38), 13452-13457, 2011
Development of tinnitus‐related neuronal hyperactivity through homeostatic plasticity after hearing loss: a computational model
R Schaette, R Kempter
European Journal of Neuroscience 23 (11), 3124-3138, 2006
Course of hearing loss and occurrence of tinnitus
O König, R Schaette, R Kempter, M Gross
Hearing research 221 (1-2), 59-64, 2006
The search for noise-induced cochlear synaptopathy in humans: Mission impossible?
N Bramhall, EF Beach, B Epp, CG Le Prell, EA Lopez-Poveda, CJ Plack, ...
Hearing Research 377, 88-103, 2019
Acoustic stimulation treatments against tinnitus could be most effective when tinnitus pitch is within the stimulated frequency range
R Schaette, O König, D Hornig, M Gross, R Kempter
Hearing research 269 (1-2), 95-101, 2010
Audiometric characteristics of hyperacusis patients
J Sheldrake, PU Diehl, R Schaette
Frontiers in neurology 6, 105, 2015
Computational models of neurophysiological correlates of tinnitus
R Schaette, R Kempter
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 6, 34, 2012
Predicting tinnitus pitch from patients’ audiograms with a computational model for the development of neuronal hyperactivity
R Schaette, R Kempter
J Neurophysiol 101 (6), 3042-3052, 2009
Reversible induction of phantom auditory sensations through simulated unilateral hearing loss
R Schaette, C Turtle, KJ Munro
PloS one 7 (6), e35238, 2012
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy as a Treatment for Chronic Tinnitus: A Randomized Controlled Trial
L McKenna, EM Marks, CA Hallsworth, R Schaette
Psychotherapy and psychosomatics 86 (6), 351-361, 2017
The principal neurons of the medial nucleus of the trapezoid body and NG2+ glial cells receive coordinated excitatory synaptic input
J Müller, D Reyes-Haro, T Pivneva, C Nolte, R Schaette, J Lübke, ...
Journal of General Physiology 134 (2), 115-127, 2009
Tinnitus in men, mice (as well as other rodents), and machines
R Schaette
Hearing research 311, 63-71, 2014
Hidden hearing loss selectively impairs neural adaptation to loud sound environments
WMH Bakay, LA Anderson, JA Garcia-Lazaro, D McAlpine, R Schaette
Nature Communications 9 (1), 4298, 2018
Development of hyperactivity after hearing loss in a computational model of the dorsal cochlear nucleus depends on neuron response type
R Schaette, R Kempter
Hearing research 240 (1-2), 57-72, 2008
Pump Up the Volume: Could Excessive Neural Gain Explain Tinnitus and Hyperacusis
H Brotherton, CJ Plack, M Maslin, R Schaette, KJ Munro
Audiology and Neurotology 20 (4), 273-282, 2015
Spike-train variability of auditory neurons in vivo: dynamic responses follow predictions from constant stimuli
R Schaette, T Gollisch, AVM Herz
Journal of neurophysiology 93 (6), 3270-3281, 2005
Hidden hearing loss impacts the neural representation of speech in background noise
JJM Monaghan, JA Garcia-Lazaro, D McAlpine, R Schaette
Current Biology 30 (23), 4710-4721. e4, 2020
Non-Monotonic Relation Between Noise Exposure Severity and Neuronal Hyperactivity in the Auditory Midbrain
LL Hesse, WMH Bakay, HC Ong, LA Anderson, J Ashmore, D McAlpine, ...
Frontiers in Neurology 7, 133, 2016
Plasticity and modified loudness following short-term unilateral deprivation: Evidence of multiple gain mechanisms within the auditory system
KJ Munro, C Turtle, R Schaette
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135 (1), 315-322, 2014
Increased intensity discrimination thresholds in tinnitus subjects with a normal audiogram
B Epp, J Hots, JL Verhey, R Schaette
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 132 (3), EL196-EL201, 2012
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