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Basic and Clinical Psychophysical Research on Hearing
- 287. Regan MP and Regan D (2001). Simulated Hair Cell Transduction of Quasi-Frequency-Modulated and Amplitude-Modulated Tones. Hearing Research, 158, 65-70.
- 225. Regan MP and Regan D (1993). Nonlinear Terms Produced by Passing Amplitude-Modulated Sinusoids Through Corey and Hudspeth's Hair Cell Transducer Function. Biological Cybernetics, 69, 439-446.
- 224. Regan MP and Regan D (1993). Rectification of Amplitude-Modulated Sinusoids with Particular Reference to a Hair Cell Transducer Function. Proc. Ieee Conf. on Systems, Man and Cyberbetics, 495-500.
- 177. Regan D and Regan MP (1988). The Transducer Characteristic of Hair Cells in the Human Ear: a Possible Objective Measure. Brain Res, 438, 363-5.
- 142. Quine DB, Regan D and Murray TJ (1984). Degraded Discrimination Between Speech-Like Sounds in Multiple Sclerosis and in Friedreich's Ataxia. Brain, 107, 1113-22.
- 141. Quine DB, Regan D, Beverley KI and Murray TJ (1984). Patients with Multiple Sclerosis Experience Hearing Loss Specifically for Shifts of Tone Frequency. Arch Neurol, 41, 506-8.
- 125. Quine DB, Regan D and Murray TJ (1983). Delayed Auditory Tone Perception in Multiple Sclerosis. Can J Neurol Sci, 10, 183-6.
- 109. Tansley BW, Regan D and Suffield JB (1982). Measurement of the Sensitivities of Information Processing Channels for Frequency Change and for Amplitude Change by a Titration Method. Can J Psychol, 36, 723-30.
- 107. Noseworthy J, Miller J, Murray TJ and Regan D (1981). Auditory Brainstem Responses in Post Concussion Syndrome. Arch Neurol, 38, 275-8.
- 83. Regan D and Tansley BW (1979). Selective Adaptation to Frequency-Modulated Tones: Evidence for an Information-Processing Channel Selectively Sensitive to Frequency Changes. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 65, 1249-57.
- 80. Tansley BW and Regan D (1979). Separate Auditory Channels for Unidirectional Frequency Modulation and Unidirectional Amplitude Modulation. Sensory Proc, 3, 132-40.