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HALLOWEL DAVIS LECTURES:
 

year speaker country title
2021 Robert Shannon USA Luck favors the prepared mind
2019 Linda Hood USA Physiology and the Audiogram – A Love-Hate Relationship
2017 John Durrant USA Unpublished Works and the Importance of Continuing to Turn Stones in Our Science
2015 Terence W. Picton USA Hearing Speech
2013 James Jerger USA Listening to Words: Auditory Event-Related Potentials Reveal Cognitive Complexity; Implications for Speech Audiometry
2011 Charles Liberman USA Primary degeneration of the cochlear nerve:  ABR amplitudes reveal what ABR thresholds can hide
2009 Manuel Don USA Life with the middle child of auditory evoked potentials: The ABR
2007 Arnold Starr USA Sensory cortical changes accompany aging, mild cognitive decline and dementia
2005 Bob Carlyon UK Auditory evoked potentials and cochlear implants 
2003 Edwin W Rubel USA Experience and auditory brainstem development: signals cellular events and critical periods
2001 Jos Eggermont Canada The neurophysiology of perception: single units vs evoked potentials
1999 Nina Kraus USA Speech sound representation in the brain
1997 Robert V Harrison Canada Studying the Developmental Plasticity of the Auditory System
1995 Jean-Marie Aran France Roles of the Medial Olivo-Cochlear Efferent System
1993 Mikko Sams Finland The Mismatch Response
1991 Aage R. Møller USA Auditory evoked potentials in intraoperative monitoring
1989 Dexter R. F. Irvine Australia Parallel processing in auditory brainstem Pathways
1987 Nelson Y.S. Kiang USA Physiological bases of Auditory evoked potentials
1985 Haim Sohmer Israel Auditory nerve-brainstem evoked responses: expression of anoxi-ischemic brain damage
1983 Peter Dallos USA New developments in cochlear transduction
1981 Åke Flock Sweden New approaches to the study of cochlear structure and function

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