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    1. Griffiths, TD; Blakemore, S; Elliott, C; Moore, BCJ; Chinnery, PF
      Psychophysical evaluation of cochlear hair cell damage due to the A3243G mitochondrial DNA mutation

      JARO
    2. Baer, T; Moore, BCJ; Marriage, J
      Detection and intensity discrimination of brief tones as a function of duration by hearing-impaired listeners

      HEARING RESEARCH
    3. Glasberg, BR; Moore, BCJ; Peters, RW
      The influence of external and internal noise on the detection of increments and decrements in the level of sinusoids

      HEARING RESEARCH
    4. Moore, BCJ; Alcantara, JI
      The use of psychophysical tuning curves to explore dead regions in the cochlea

      EAR AND HEARING
    5. Akeroyd, MA; Moore, BCJ; Moore, GA
      Melody recognition using three types of dichotic-pitch stimulus

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    6. Moore, BCJ; Glasberg, BR
      Temporal modulation transfer functions obtained using sinusoidal carriers with normally hearing and hearing-impaired listeners

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    7. Vickers, DA; Moore, BCJ; Baer, T
      Effects of low-pass filtering on the intelligibility of speech in quiet for people with and without dead regions at high frequencies

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    8. Gockel, H; Moore, BCJ; Carlyon, RP
      Influence of rate of change of frequency on the overall pitch of frequency-modulated tones

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    9. Moore, BCJ
      Sounds of our times - Two hundred years of acoustics

      STUDIES IN HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF MODERN PHYSICS
    10. Alcantara, JI; Moore, BCJ; Vickers, DA
      The relative role of beats and combination tones in determining the shapesof masking patterns at 2 kHz: I. Normal-hearing listeners

      HEARING RESEARCH
    11. Moore, BCJ; Huss, M; Vickers, DA; Glasberg, BR; Alcantara, JI
      A test for the diagnosis of dead regions in the cochlea

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    12. Moore, BCJ
      Use of a loudness model for hearing aid fitting. IV. Fitting hearing aids with multi-channel compression so as to restore 'normal' loudness for speech at different levels

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    13. Gockel, H; Carlyon, RP; Moore, BCJ
      Pitch of asymmetrically frequency-modulated tones

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    14. Moore, GA; Moore, BCJ
      Low pitch of frequency-shifted three-tone complexes perceived by normal and hearing-impaired listeners

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    15. Baer, T; Marriage, J; Moore, BCJ
      Intensity discrimination of brief gaussian-windowed tones by the hearing impaired

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    16. Vickers, DA; Moore, BCJ; Alcantara, JI
      The use of psychoacoustic tuning curves for diagnosing 'dead regions' at high frequencies

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    17. Alcantara, JI; Moore, BCJ
      A psychoacoustic measure of level-dependent shifts in maximum cochlear excitation

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    18. Huss, M; Moore, BCJ; Glasberg, BR
      Development and evaluation of a noise producing equal masked thresholds atall frequencies as a tool for identification of 'dead regions'

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    19. Peters, RW; Moore, BCJ; Glasberg, BR; Stone, MA
      Comparison of the NAL(R) and Cambridge formulae for the fitting of linear hearing aids

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    20. Glasberg, BR; Moore, BCJ
      Frequency selectivity as a function of level and frequency measured with uniformly exciting notched noise

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    21. Moore, BCJ; Sek, A
      Effects of relative phase and frequency spacing on the detection of three-component amplitude modulation

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    22. Rose, MM; Moore, BCJ
      Effects of frequency and level on auditory stream segregation

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    23. Carlyon, RP; Moore, BCJ; Micheyl, C
      The effect of modulation rate on the detection of frequency modulation andmistuning of complex tones

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    24. Sek, A; Moore, BCJ
      Detection of quasitrapezoidal frequency and amplitude modulation

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    25. Moore, BCJ; Glasberg, BR; Stone, MA
      Use of a loudness model for hearing aid fitting: III. A general method forderiving initial fittings for hearing aids with multi-channel compression

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    26. Moore, BCJ; Alcantara, JI; Stone, MA; Glasberg, BR
      Use of a loudness model for hearing aid fitting: II. Hearing aids with multi-channel compression

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    27. Stone, MA; Moore, BCJ
      Tolerable hearing aid delays. I. Estimation of limits imposed by the auditory path alone using simulated hearing losses

      EAR AND HEARING
    28. Moore, BCJ
      Neurobiology - Modulation minimizes masking

      NATURE
    29. Moore, BCJ; Peters, RW; Glasberg, BR
      Effects of frequency and duration on psychometric functions for detection of increments and decrements in sinusoids in noise

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    30. Stone, MA; Moore, BCJ; Alcantara, JI; Glasberg, BR
      Comparison of different forms of compression using wearable digital hearing aids

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    31. Moore, BCJ; Vickers, DA; Plack, CJ; Oxenham, AJ
      Inter-relationship between different psychoacoustic measures assumed to berelated to the cochlear active mechanism

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    32. Baer, T; Moore, BCJ; Glasberg, BR
      Detection and intensity discrimination of Gaussian-shaped tone pulses as afunction of duration

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    33. Moore, BCJ; Glasberg, BR; Vickers, DA
      Further evaluation of a model of loudness perception applied to cochlear hearing loss

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    34. Moore, BCJ; Sek, A; Glasberg, BR
      Modulation masking produced by beating modulators

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    35. Vliegen, J; Moore, BCJ; Oxenham, AJ
      The role of spectral and periodicity cues in auditory stream segregation, measured using a temporal discrimination task

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    36. Sek, A; Moore, BCJ
      Discrimination of frequency steps linked by glides of various durations

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    37. Moore, BCJ; Vickers, DA; Baer, T; Launer, S
      Factors affecting the loudness of modulated sounds

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    38. Moore, BCJ; Peters, RW; Stone, MA
      Benefits of linear amplification and multichannel compression for speech comprehension in backgrounds with spectral and temporal dips

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    39. MOORE BCJ; GLASBERG BR
      USE OF A LOUDNESS MODEL FOR HEARING-AID FITTING - I - LINEAR HEARING-AIDS

      British journal of audiology
    40. MOORE BCJ; ALCANTARA JI; GLASBERG BR
      DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF A PROCEDURE FOR FITTING MULTICHANNEL COMPRESSION HEARING-AIDS

      British journal of audiology
    41. MOORE BCJ; OXENHAM AJ
      PSYCHOACOUSTIC CONSEQUENCES OF COMPRESSION IN THE PERIPHERAL AUDITORY-SYSTEM

      Psychological review
    42. MOORE BCJ; ALCANTARA JI; DAU T
      MASKING PATTERNS FOR SINUSOIDAL AND NARROW-BAND NOISE MASKERS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    43. MICHEYL C; MOORE BCJ; CARLYON RP
      THE ROLE OF EXCITATION-PATTERN CUES AND TEMPORAL CUES IN THE FREQUENCY AND MODULATION-RATE DISCRIMINATION OF AMPLITUDE-MODULATED TONES

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    44. MOORE BCJ; SEK A
      DISCRIMINATION OF FREQUENCY GLIDES WITH SUPERIMPOSED RANDOM GLIDES INLEVEL

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    45. NEJIME Y; MOORE BCJ
      EVALUATION OF THE EFFECT OF SPEECH-RATE SLOWING ON SPEECH-INTELLIGIBILITY IN NOISE USING A SIMULATION OF COCHLEAR HEARING-LOSS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    46. PETERS RW; MOORE BCJ; BAER T
      SPEECH RECEPTION THRESHOLDS IN NOISE WITH AND WITHOUT SPECTRAL AND TEMPORAL DIPS FOR HEARING-IMPAIRED AND NORMALLY HEARING PEOPLE

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    47. Moore, BCJ
      Frequency analysis and pitch perception

      HANDBOOK OF ACOUSTICS
    48. MOORE BCJ
      A COMPACT DISC CONTAINING SIMULATIONS OF HEARING IMPAIRMENT

      British journal of audiology
    49. MOORE BCJ; VICKERS DA; GLASBERG BR; BAER T
      COMPARISON OF REAL AND SIMULATED HEARING IMPAIRMENT IN SUBJECTS WITH UNILATERAL AND BILATERAL COCHLEAR HEARING-LOSS

      British journal of audiology
    50. STONE MA; MOORE BCJ; WOJTCZAK M; GUDGIN E
      EFFECTS OF FAST-ACTING HIGH-FREQUENCY COMPRESSION ON THE INTELLIGIBILITY OF SPEECH IN STEADY AND FLUCTUATING BACKGROUND SOUNDS

      British journal of audiology
    51. FURUKAWA S; MOORE BCJ
      EFFECTS OF RELATIVE MODULATOR PHASE ON THE DETECTION OF AMPLITUDE-MODULATION ON 2 CARRIERS

      British journal of audiology
    52. BAER T; MOORE BCJ
      TEMPORAL CUES FOR DETECTION OF HIGH-RATE SPECTRAL RIPPLES

      British journal of audiology
    53. ALCANTARA JI; HOLUBE I; MOORE BCJ
      PREDICTION OF THE IDENTIFICATION OF VOWEL-LIKE SOUNDS BASED ON A NONLINEAR BASILAR-MEMBRANE MODEL

      British journal of audiology
    54. STONE MA; GLASBERG BR; MOORE BCJ
      REAL-TIME SIMULATION OF RECRUITMENT

      British journal of audiology
    55. VICKERS DA; MOORE BCJ; GLASBERG BR; BAER T
      COMPARISON OF REAL AND SIMULATED HEARING-LOSS FOR SUBJECTS WITH UNILATERAL COCHLEAR IMPAIRMENTS

      British journal of audiology
    56. MOORE BCJ; GLASBERG BR
      A MODEL OF LOUDNESS PERCEPTION APPLIED TO COCHLEAR HEARING-LOSS

      British journal of audiology
    57. FURUKAWA S; MOORE BCJ
      EFFECT OF THE RELATIVE PHASE OF AMPLITUDE-MODULATION ON THE DETECTIONOF MODULATION ON 2 CARRIERS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    58. MOORE BCJ; PETERS RW
      DETECTION OF INCREMENTS AND DECREMENTS IN SINUSOIDS AS A FUNCTION OF FREQUENCY, INCREMENT, AND DECREMENT DURATION AND PEDESTAL DURATION

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    59. MOORE BCJ; VICKERS DA
      THE ROLE OF SPREAD EXCITATION AND SUPPRESSION IN SIMULTANEOUS MASKING

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    60. ROSE MM; MOORE BCJ
      PERCEPTUAL GROUPING OF TONE SEQUENCES BY NORMALLY HEARING AND HEARING-IMPAIRED LISTENERS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    61. NEJIME Y; MOORE BCJ
      SIMULATION OF THE EFFECT OF THRESHOLD ELEVATION AND LOUDNESS RECRUITMENT COMBINED WITH REDUCED FREQUENCY-SELECTIVITY ON THE INTELLIGIBILITYOF SPEECH IN NOISE

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    62. OXENHAM AJ; MOORE BCJ; VICKERS DA
      SHORT-TERM TEMPORAL INTEGRATION - EVIDENCE FOR THE INFLUENCE OF PERIPHERAL COMPRESSION

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    63. FURUKAWA S; MOORE BCJ
      DEPENDENCE OF FREQUENCY-MODULATION DETECTION ON FREQUENCY-MODULATION COHERENCE ACROSS CARRIERS - EFFECTS OF MODULATION RATE, HARMONICITY, AND ROVING OF THE CARRIER FREQUENCIES

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    64. MOORE BCJ; GLASBERG BR; BAER T
      A MODEL FOR THE PREDICTION OF THRESHOLDS, LOUDNESS, AND PARTIAL LOUDNESS

      Journal of the Audio Engineering Society
    65. MOORE BCJ; GLASBERG BR
      A REVISION OF ZWICKERS LOUDNESS MODEL

      Acustica
    66. MOORE BCJ
      CONSEQUENCES OF PERIPHERAL COMPRESSION FOR MONAURAL AUDITORY PROCESSING

      Acustica
    67. MOORE BCJ
      THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE BRITISH-SOCIETY-OF-AUDIOLOGY ANNUAL-MEETING ON EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES OF HEARING AND DEAFNESS

      British journal of audiology
    68. MOORE BCJ
      PERCEPTUAL CONSEQUENCES OF COCHLEAR HEARING-LOSS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR THE DESIGN OF HEARING

      Ear and hearing
    69. MOORE BCJ; PETERS RW; GLASBERG BR
      DETECTION OF DECREMENTS AND INCREMENTS IN SINUSOIDS AT HIGH OVERALL LEVELS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    70. MOORE BCJ; ALCANTARA JI
      VOWEL IDENTIFICATION BASED ON AMPLITUDE-MODULATION

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    71. MOORE BCJ; HAFTER ER; GLASBERG BR
      THE PROBE-SIGNAL METHOD AND AUDITORY-FILTER SHAPE - RESULTS FROM NORMAL AND HEARING-IMPAIRED SUBJECTS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    72. FURUKAWA S; MOORE BCJ
      ACROSS-CHANNEL PROCESSES IN FREQUENCY-MODULATION DETECTION

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    73. MOORE BCJ; SEK A
      DETECTION OF FREQUENCY-MODULATION AT LOW MODULATION RATES - EVIDENCE FOR A MECHANISM-BASED ON PHASE-LOCKING

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    74. SEK A; MOORE BCJ
      DETECTION OF AUDITORY EVENTS BASED ON AMPLITUDE AND FREQUENCY-MODULATION

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    75. MOORE BCJ; JORASZ U
      MODULATION DISCRIMINATION INTERFERENCE AND COMODULATION MASKING RELEASE AS A FUNCTION OF THE NUMBER AND SPECTRAL PLACEMENT OF NARROW-BAND NOISE MODULATORS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    76. ALCANTARA JI; HOLUBE I; MOORE BCJ
      EFFECTS OF PHASE AND LEVEL ON VOWEL IDENTIFICATION - DATA AND PREDICTIONS BASED ON A NONLINEAR BASILAR-MEMBRANE MODEL

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    77. MOORE BCJ; WOJTCZAK M; VICKERS DA
      EFFECT OF LOUDNESS RECRUITMENT OIL THE PERCEPTION OF AMPLITUDE-MODULATION

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    78. MOORE BCJ; GLASBERG BR; VICKERS DA
      SIMULATION OF THE EFFECTS OF LOUDNESS RECRUITMENT ON THE INTELLIGIBILITY OF SPEECH IN NOISE

      British journal of audiology
    79. OXENHAM AJ; MOORE BCJ
      ADDITIVITY OF MASKING IN NORMALLY HEARING AND HEARING-IMPAIRED SUBJECTS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    80. PETERS RW; MOORE BCJ; GLASBERG BR
      EFFECTS OF LEVEL AND FREQUENCY ON THE DETECTION OF DECREMENTS AND INCREMENTS IN SINUSOIDS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    81. ALCANTARA JI; MOORE BCJ
      THE IDENTIFICATION OF VOWEL-LIKE HARMONIC COMPLEXES - EFFECTS OF COMPONENT PHASE, LEVEL, AND FUNDAMENTAL-FREQUENCY

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    82. OXENHAM AJ; MOORE BCJ
      OVERSHOOT AND THE SEVERE DEPARTURE FROM WEBERS LAW

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    83. MOORE BCJ; SEK A
      EFFECTS OF CARRIER FREQUENCY, MODULATION RATE, AND MODULATION WAVE-FORM ON THE DETECTION OF MODULATION AND THE DISCRIMINATION OF MODULATIONTYPE (AMPLITUDE-MODULATION VERSUS FREQUENCY-MODULATION)

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    84. SEK A; MOORE BCJ
      FREQUENCY DISCRIMINATION AS A FUNCTION OF FREQUENCY, MEASURED IN SEVERAL WAYS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    85. MOORE BCJ; SEK A; SHAILER MJ
      MODULATION DISCRIMINATION INTERFERENCE FOR NARROW-BAND NOISE MODULATORS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    86. BACON SP; MOORE BCJ; SHAILER MJ; JORASZ U
      EFFECTS OF COMBINING MASKERS IN MODULATION DETECTION INTERFERENCE

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    87. MOORE BCJ; GLASBERG BR; VANDERHEIJDEN M; HOUTSMA AJM; KOHLRAUSCH A
      COMPARISON OF AUDITORY FILTER SHAPES OBTAINED WITH NOTCHED-NOISE AND NOISE-TONE MASKERS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    88. OXENHAM AJ; MOORE BCJ
      MODELING THE ADDITIVITY OF NONSIMULTANEOUS MASKING

      Hearing research
    89. OXENHAM AJ; MOORE BCJ
      MODELING THE ADDITIVITY OF NONSIMULTANEOUS MASKING

      Hearing research
    90. FANTINI DA; MOORE BCJ
      COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ACROSS-CHANNEL CUES AVAILABLE IN COMODULATION MASKING RELEASE AND PROFILE ANALYSIS TASKS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    91. MOORE BCJ; SEK A
      DISCRIMINATION OF MODULATION TYPE (AMPLITUDE-MODULATION OR FREQUENCY-MODULATION) WITH AND WITHOUT BACKGROUND-NOISE

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    92. MOORE BCJ; SEK A
      EFFECTS OF CARRIER FREQUENCY AND BACKGROUND-NOISE ON THE DETECTION OFMIXED MODULATION

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    93. GLASBERG BR; MOORE BCJ
      GROWTH-OF-MASKING FUNCTIONS FOR SEVERAL TYPES OF MASKERS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    94. SHAILER MJ; MOORE BCJ
      INFLUENCE OF RELATIVE LEVEL ON MODULATION DISCRIMINATION INTERFERENCE

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    95. SEK A; MOORE BCJ
      DETECTION OF MIXED MODULATION USING CORRELATED AND UNCORRELATED NOISEMODULATORS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    96. MOORE BCJ; SHAILER MJ
      EFFECTS OF HARMONICITY, MODULATOR PHASE, AND NUMBER OF MASKER COMPONENTS ON MODULATION DISCRIMINATION INTERFERENCE

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    97. SEK A; MOORE BCJ
      THE CRITICAL MODULATION FREQUENCY AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO AUDITORY FILTERING AT LOW-FREQUENCIES

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    98. FANTINI DA; MOORE BCJ
      PROFILE ANALYSIS AND COMODULATION DETECTION DIFFERENCES USING NARROW BANDS OF NOISE AND THEIR RELATION TO COMODULATION MASKING RELEASE

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    99. BAER T; MOORE BCJ
      EFFECTS OF SPECTRAL SMEARING ON THE INTELLIGIBILITY OF SENTENCES IN THE PRESENCE OF INTERFERING SPEECH

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    100. BAER T; MOORE BCJ; GATEHOUSE S
      SPECTRAL CONTRAST ENHANCEMENT OF SPEECH IN NOISE FOR LISTENERS WITH SENSORINEURAL HEARING IMPAIRMENT - EFFECTS ON INTELLIGIBILITY, QUALITY,AND RESPONSE-TIMES

      Journal of rehabilitation research and development


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