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Garrett Cardon is a clinically trained audiologist (AuD) with a PhD in cognitive neuroscience. He's currently working on projects related to abnormal sensory processing in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities, as well as cortical plasticity in adults and children with hearing loss. In order to measure brain structure, function, changes, and connectivity, he employs both EEG and MRI/fMRI in the above investigations. He also investigates how to facilitate empathy between autistic and neurotypical individuals through both scientific and artistic representations of the mind.
Dr. Cardon currently teaches two courses: Hearing Science and Neurofoundations of Language, Speech, and Hearing. He also mentors 5-6 graduate students through their Masters thesis projects each year.
Hearing and Neuroscience
Neurophsyiologic and behavioral correlates of sensory processing in Autism Spectrum Disorder and neural plasticity in individuals with hearing loss
Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of an ECHO Autism Network for Rural Healthcare Providers by Trainees in a Regional LEND Program
Cortical Cross-Modal Reorganization from both Visual and Somatosensory Modalities in Children with Cochlear Implants.
The effect of amplification on cortical synchrony in children with Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder
Cortical neurophysiological correlates of auditory threshold in adults and children with normal hearing and Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder
The effects of stimulus rate on ABR morphology and its relationship to P1 CAEP responses and auditory speech perception outcomes in children with auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder: evidence from case reports
Neural Correlates of Sensory Abnormalities Across Developmental Disabilities
Developmental and cross-modal plasticity in deafness: Evidence from the P1 and N1 event related potentials in cochlear implanted children
Developmental Plasticity of the Central Auditory System: Evidence from Deaf Children Fitted with Cochlear Implants
Central auditory maturation and behavioral outcome in children with auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder who use cochlear implants.
Plasticity in the developing auditory cortex: evidence from children with sensorineural hearing loss and auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder.
Cortical auditory evoked potentials in auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder: clinical implications
Clinical Application of the P1 Cortical Auditory Evoked Potential Biomarker in Children with Sensorineural Hearing Loss and Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder.
Cortical maturation and behavioral outcomes in children with auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder.