Greg O'Beirne

ProfessorGreg O'Beirne

Psychology 321
Internal Phone: 94313

Qualifications & Memberships

Research Interests

Research interests include cochlear electrophysiology, the electrophysiological measurement of hearing (including intraoperative monitoring), and the development of new and improved tests of hearing, speech discrimination, and auditory processing.

Recent Publications

  • O'Beirne G., Kelly-Campbell RJ. and Welch D. (2020) Simulation in Audiology training: Making the most of it. New Zealand Audiological Society Bulletin 30(1): 24-29.
  • Babbage MJ., O'Beirne GA., Bergin MJ. and Bird PA. (2017) Patterns of Extended High-frequency Hearing Loss Following Stapes Surgery. Otology & Neurotology 38(10): 1405-1410.
  • Babbage MJ., O'Beirne GA., Bergin MJ. and Bird PA. (2017) Patterns of extended high-frequency hearing loss following stapes surgery. Otology and Neurotology 38(10): 1405-1410.
  • Cook AM., Allsop AJ. and O'Beirne GA. (2017) Putative Auditory-Evoked Neurophonic Measurements Using a Novel Signal Processing Technique: A Pilot Case Study. Frontiers in Neuroscience 11 472: 9.
  • McAuliffe MJ., Fletcher AR., Kerr SE., O'Beirne GA. and Anderson T. (2017) Effect of Dysarthria Type, Speaking Condition, and Listener Age on Speech Intelligibility. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 26(1): 113-123.