Scholarly Publications

Scholarly Publications


1. Davis, R. Life after Death: An Analysis of the Evidence (Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing, 2017).

2. Davis, R. Unseen Forces: The Integration of Science, Reality and You (New Milford, Ct: Visionary Living, Publishing, 2019).

3. Davis, R. The UFO Phenomenon: Should I Believe? (Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing, 2015).

Selected Journal Articles

Davis, R. The Peak Experience and Interactions with an Alternate Reality. Edge Science 38, June 2019; 6-10.

Davis, R. Scalpone, Hernandez, R.and R. Schild, “A Study on Reported Unidentified Aerial Phenomena and Associated Contact with Non-Human Intelligence,” Journal of Scientific Exploration 32, (2018): 298–348.

Davis, R. Wei Qiu, and Roger P. Hamernik, The value of a kurtosis metric in estimating the hazard to hearing of complex industrial noise exposures. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. (2014): 132-154.

Liyuan, Tao and Davis, R. Effect of Cigarette Smoking on Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in Workers Exposed to Occupational Noise in China. Noise and Health. (2013): 43-67.

Davis, R.I., Qiu, W., and Heyer, N.J The Use of the Kurtosis Metric in the Evaluation of Occupational Hearing Loss in Workers in China: Implications for Hearing Risk Assessment. Noise and Health. (2012) 40: 1-14.

Davis, R, Qiu, W., Hamernik, R.P. (2009). The role of the kurtosis statistic in evaluating complex noise exposures for the protection of hearing, Ear and Hearing. 30, 628-634.

Hamernik, R. R. Davis, Qiu, W, (2008). “The effectiveness of N-acetyl-L-cysteine (L-NAC) in the prevention of severe noise-induced hearing loss”. Hearing Research. 43-49.

Davis, R., Qiu, W. and Hamernik, R.P. (2004), The use of distortion product otoacoustic emissions in the estimation of hearing and sensory cell loss in noise-damaged cochleas, Hearing Research, 187: 12-24.

Davis, R., Qiu, W. and Hamernik, R.P. (2005), Sensitivity of distortion product otoacoustic emissions in noise exposed chinchillas, J. Am. Acad Audiol, 16:69-79.

Davis, R., Ahroon, W. A. and Hamernik, R.P. (2008) The relation among hearing loss, sensory cell loss and tuning characteristics in the chinchilla. Hearing Research 41:1-14.

Davis, R., Hamernik, R.P. and Ahroon, W.A. (2003) Frequency selectivity in noise-damaged cochleas. Audiology, 32:110-131.

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