Mike Maslin

Lecturer in AudiologyMike Maslin

Internal Phone: 90521


Research Interests

Research interests include electrophysiological measurement of the central auditory system, and the development of clinical protocols and clinical techniques applied in areas such as paediatric audiology and vestibular assessment and management.

Recent Publications

  • Maslin M. and O'Beirne G. (2022) Reference levels for short duration signals used in Auditory Brainstem Response testing: An overview in the New Zealand context.. .
  • Vajsakovic D., Maslin MRD. and Searchfield GD. (2022) A Narrative Review of Auditory Categorisation and Its Potential Role in Tinnitus Perception. Journal of Otorhinolaryngology, Hearing and Balance Medicine 3(3): 6-6. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/ohbm3030006.
  • Searchfield GD., Zhang J., Biswas R., De Ridder D., Deutsch B., Hall DA., Hébert S., Kleinjung T., Kleinstäuber M. and Langguth B. (2021) Emerging Topics in the Behavioral Neuroscience of Tinnitus. 51: 461-483. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/7854_2020_217.
  • Vajsakovic D., Maslin M. and Searchfield GD. (2021) Principles and Methods for Psychoacoustic Evaluation of Tinnitus.. Current topics in behavioral neurosciences 51: 419-459. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/7854_2020_211.
  • Maslin M. and Purdy S. (2020) A brief summary of ambient noise requirements for audiological assessment in New Zealand. (1 2020 ed.) New Zealand Audiological Society.