Phone: 
206-616-5273

Speech & Hearing Sciences
1417 NE 42nd St., Seattle, WA 98105
Office: 
Eagleson 164
Box: 
354875

Andrew
 
Brown
,
PhD

Assistant Professor
Education: 
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Auditory Neuroscience, University of Colorado (2013-2017)
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Cochlear Implant Psychophysics, University of Wisconsin (2012)
PhD, Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Washington (2012)
BS, Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Washington (2007)

Selected publications:

Brown, A.D., Benichoux, V., Jones, H.G., Anbuhl, K.L., Tollin, D.J. (2018). "Spatial variation in signal and sensory precision both constrain auditory acuity at high frequencies," Hear. Res. (in press).

Brown, A.D., Tollin, D.J. (2016). “Slow temporal integration enables robust neural coding and perception of a cue to sound source location,” J. Neurosci. 36, 9908-9921.

Brown, A.D., Rodriguez, F.A., Portnuff, C.D., Goupell, M.J., Tollin D.J. (2016). “Time-varying distortions of binaural information by bilateral hearing aids: Effects of nonlinear frequency compression,” Trends Hear. 20, 1-15.

Brown, A.D., Jones, H.G., Kan, A.H., Thakkar, T., Stecker, G.C., Goupell, M.J., and Litovsky, R.Y. (2015). “Evidence for a neural source of the precedence effect in sound localization,” J. Neurophysiol. 114, 2991-3001.

Brown, A.D., Beemer, B.T., Greene, N.T., Argo, T., Meegan, G.D., Tollin, D.J. (2015). “Effects of active and passive hearing protection devices on sound source localization, speech recognition, and tone detection,” PLOS One 10, e0136568.

 

For a complete list of publications please see:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/myncbi/1POefOsQtsCAN/bibliography/48104558/public/?sort=date&direction=ascending