John J. Galvin III
John J. Galvin III
Dr. Galvin has been a cochlear implant researcher for more than twenty years. Over this time, he has pursued many research interests, including single-and multi-channel psychophysical studies, speech perception (English and other languages), sound source localization, music perception, and auditory training. He has benefited greatly from training and collaborative opportunities while working at the House Ear Institute and at UCLA, and have in turn trained many students and visiting researchers, including physicians, post-docs and students from China, the Netherlands, and France. Most recently, Dr. Galvin’s research has been focused on how acoustic and electric stimulation patterns are combined in acoustic and electric hearing in terms of spatial, speech and music perception.
- Hampshire College, Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Literature
- University of Groningen, PhD
- Board Member and Organizer for the Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses
Cochlear implantation for unilaterally deaf patients
Combined acoustic and electric hearing in cochlear implant patients
Spectral integration within and across ears in cochlear implant patients
Improving music perception in cochlear implant patients
Perception of voice pitch, vocal emotion, and speech prosody in cochlear implant patients
Computer-assisted training to improve speech and music perception in cochlear implant patients
Single- and multi-channel psychophysical perception in cochlear implant patients
Data from the House Clinic-University
Galvin JJ 3rd, Fu QJ, Wilkinson EP, Mills D, Hagan SC, Lupo JE, Padilla M, Shannon RV. Benefits of cochlear implantation for single-sided deafness: Data from the House Clinic-University of Southern California-University of California, Los Angeles Clinical Trial. Ear Hear. 2019 Jul/Aug;40(4):766-781. doi: 10.1097/AUD.0000000000000671
Musician effect on perception of spectro-temporally degraded speech, vocal emotion, and music in young adolescents
Comparison of two music training approaches on music and speech perception in cochlear implant users
Fuller CD, Galvin JJ 3rd, Maat B, Başkent D, Free RH. Comparison of two music training approaches on music and speech perception in cochlear implant users. Trends Hear. 2018 Jan-Dec;22:2331216518765379. doi: 10.1177/2331216518765379.
Music training can improve music and speech perception in pediatric mandarin-speaking cochlear implant users
Cheng X, Liu Y, Shu Y, Tao DD, Wang B, Yuan Y, Galvin JJ 3rd, Fu QJ, Chen B. Music training can improve music and speech perception in pediatric mandarin-speaking cochlear implant users. Trends Hear. 2018 Jan-Dec;22:2331216518759214. doi: 10.1177/2331216518759214.
Cortical reorganization after cochlear implantation for adults with single-sided deafness
Legris E, Galvin JJ 3rd, Roux S, Gomot M, Aoustin JM, Marx M, He S, Bakhos D. Cortical reorganization after cochlear implantation for adults with single-sided deafness. PLoS One. 2018 Sep 24;13(9):e0204402. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0204402. eCollection 2018.
FULL PUBLICATION LIST
- Fu QJ, Galvin JJ 3rd, Wang X. Integration of acoustic and electric hearing is better in the same ear than across ears. Sci Rep. 2017 Oct 2;7(1):12500. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-12298-3.
- Crew JD, Galvin JJ 3rd, Fu QJ. Perception of sung speech in bimodal cochlear implant users. Trends Hear. 2016 Nov 11;20. pii: 2331216516669329.
- Galvin JJ 3rd, Oba S, Başkent D, Fu QJ. Modulation frequency discrimination with single and multiple channels in cochlear implant users. Hear Res. 2015 Jun;324:7-18. doi: 10.1016/j.heares.2015.02.007.
- Galvin JJ 3rd, Oba S, Fu QJ, Başkent D. Single- and multi-channel modulation detection in cochlear implant users. PLoS One. 2014 Jun 11;9(6):e99338. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0099338.
- Crew JD, Galvin JJ 3rd, Fu QJ. Channel interaction limits melodic pitch perception in simulated cochlear implants. J Acoust Soc Am. 2012 Nov;132(5):EL429-35. doi: 10.1121/1.4758770.
- Shannon RV, Cruz RJ, Galvin JJ 3rd. Effect of stimulation rate on cochlear implant users’ phoneme, word and sentence recognition in quiet and in noise. Audiol Neurootol. 2011;16(2):113-23. doi: 10.1159/000315115. Epub 2010 Jul 17.
- Galvin JJ 3rd, Fu QJ, Shannon RV. Melodic contour identification and music perception by cochlear implant users. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2009 Jul;1169:518-33. doi: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2009.04551.x.
- Galvin JJ 3rd, Fu QJ. Influence of stimulation rate and loudness growth on modulation detection and intensity discrimination in cochlear implant users. Hear Res. 2009 Apr;250(1-2):46-54. doi:10.1016/j.heares.2009.01.009.
- Fu QJ, Galvin JJ 3rd. Maximizing cochlear implant patients’ performance with advanced speech training procedures. Hear Res. 2008 Aug;242(1-2):198-208. doi:10.1016/j.heares.2007.11.010.
- Xin Luo, Fu QJ, Galvin JJ 3rd. Vocal emotion recognition by normal-hearing listeners and cochlear implant users. Trends Amplif. 2007 Dec;11(4):301-15.
- Galvin JJ 3rd, Fu QJ, Nogaki G. Melodic contour identification by cochlear implant listeners. Ear Hear. 2007 Jun;28(3):302-19.
- Chatterjee M, Galvin JJ 3rd, Fu QJ, Shannon RV. Effects of stimulation mode, level and location on forward-masked excitation patterns in cochlear implant patients. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2006 Mar;7(1):15-25. Epub 2005 Nov 4.
- Galvin JJ 3rd, Fu QJ. Effects of stimulation rate, mode and level on modulation detection by cochlear implant users. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2005 Sep;6(3):269-79.
- Shannon RV, Fu QJ, Galvin JJ 3rd. The number of spectral channels required for speech recognition depends on the difficulty of the listening situation. Acta Otolaryngol Suppl. 2004 May;(552):50-4.
- Fu QJ, Shannon RV, Galvin JJ 3rd. Perceptual learning following changes in the frequency-to-electrode assignment with the Nucleus-22 cochlear implant. J Acoust Soc Am. 2002 Oct;112(4):1664-74.
- Zeng FG, Galvin JJ 3rd. Amplitude mapping and phoneme recognition in cochlear implant listeners. Ear Hear. 1999 Feb;20(1):60-74.
- Zeng FG, Galvin JJ 3rd, Zhang C. Encoding loudness by electric stimulation of the auditory nerve. Neuroreport. 1998 Jun 1;9(8):1845-8.