Tinnitus-Related Publications:

T.L.Sahley, M.D.Hammonds, F.E.Musiek (2013). Endogenous dynorphins, glutamate and N-methyl-D-Aspartate (NMDA)-receptors may participate in a stress-mediated Type-I auditory neural exacerbation of tinnitus. Invited Review: Brain Research, 1499, 80-108.

T.L.Sahley, D.J.Anderson, C.L.Chernicky (2008). Bi-phasic intensity-dependent opioid-mediated neural amplitude changes in the chinchilla: partial blockade by an N-methyl-D-Aspartate (NMDA)-receptor antagonist. Eurpean Journal of Pharmacology, 580, 100-115.              

TL Sahley, RH Nodar, FE Musiek (1999). Endogenous dynorphins: Possible role in peripheral tinnitus. Int. Tinnitus J., 5(2): 76-91.

TL Sahley, RH Nodar (2001). A biochemical model of peripheral tinnitus. Hear. Res., 152: 43-54.

TL Sahley, RH Nodar (2001). Tinnitus: Present and future. In: PJ Donald & JL Gluckman (Eds.) Current Opinion In Otolaryngol. Head Neck Surg.; Audiol. and Vestib. Med.  9 (5): 323-328.

Book Chapter:
RH Nodar, TL Sahley (1997). Nonpulsatile tinnitus. In: GB Hughes, ML Pensak (Eds.) Clinical Otology, Second Edition. New York: Thieme-Medical Publishers. pp 461-463.
Relevant Pharmacological Publications-Non Auditory:
TF Champney, TL Sahley, CA Sandman (1976). Effects of neonatal cerebral ventricular injections of ACTH 4-9 and subsequent adult injections on learning in male and female albino rats. Pharmac. Biochem. Behav.: The Neuropeptides, 5(1): 3-9.

TL Sahley, GG Berntson (1979). Antinociceptive effects of central and systemic administrations of nicotine in the rat. Psychopharmacol., 65: 279-283.
J Panksepp, NJ Bean, P Bishop, T Vilberg, TL Sahley (1980). Opioid blockade and social comfort in chicks. Pharmacol. Biochem. Behavior., 13: 673-683.

TL Sahley, J Panksepp, AJ Zolovick (1981). Cholinergic modulation of separation distress in the domestic chick. Eur. J. Pharmacol., 72: 261-264.

J Rossi, TL Sahley, J Panksepp (1983). The role of brain norepinephrine in clonidine suppression of isolation-induced distress in the domestic chick. Psychopharmacol., 79: 338-342.

TL Sahley, J Panksepp (1987). Brain opioids and autism: An updated analysis of possible linkages. J. Autism Devel. Dis., 17(2): 201-216.

Book Chapter:
J Panksepp, TL Sahley (1987). Possible brain opioid involvement in disrupted social intent and language development of autism. In: E Schopler, GB Mesibov (Eds.) Neurobiological Issues In Autism. New York: Plenum Press. pp. 357-372.

Relevant Publications-Auditory System:

TL Sahley, RB Kalish, FE Musiek, DW Hoffman (1991). Effects of opioid drugs on auditory evoked potentials suggest a role of lateral olivocochlear dynorphins in auditory function. Hear. Res., 55: 133-142.

TL Sahley, RH Nodar (1994). Improvement in auditory function following pentazocine suggest a role for dynorphins in auditory sensitivity. Ear & Hear., 15(6): 422-431.

TL Sahley, FE. Musiek, RH Nodar (1996). Naloxone blockade of (-)-pentazocine-induced changes in auditory function. Ear & Hear., 17(4): 341-353.

TL Sahley, RH Nodar, FE Musiek (1996). Blockade of opioid-induced changes in auditory function at the level of the cochlea. Ear & Hear., 17(6): 552-558.

TL Sahley, DJ Anderson, CL Chernicky (2008). Bi-phasic intensity-dependent opioid-mediated neural amplitude changes in the chinchilla cochlea: Partial blockade by an N-Methyl-D-Aspartate (NMDA)-receptor antagonist. Eur. J. Pharmacol., 580 (1/2): 100-115.

Book Chapter:

RH Nodar, TL Sahley, GB Hughes, FE Musiek (1997). Principles of audiology and auditory physiology. In: GB Hughes, ML Pensak (Eds.) Clinical Otology, Second Edition. New York: Thieme-Medical Publishers. pp 35-42.

TL Sahley, RH Nodar, FE Musiek (1997). Efferent Auditory System: Structure and Function. San Diego: Singular Publishing Group. ISBN: 1-56593-857-7.
Other Work:

JL Danhauer, TL Sahley, C Abdala (1987). Statistical models for predicting Edgerton-Danhauer NST scores from pure-tone thresholds. J. Aud. Res., 26: 167-175.

RH Nodar, TL Sahley (2001). Efficacy of completely in the canal (CIC) hearing aids in children and adolescents. Hear. Rev., 812: 28-32, p62.