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    1. Shields, PW; Campbell, DR
      Intelligibility, subjective ratings and completion time scores using the FAAF test with hearing-impaired subjects and noisy reverberant environments

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    2. Bratakos, MS; Reed, CM; Delhorne, LA; Denesvich, G
      A single-band envelope cue as a supplement to speechreading of segmentals:A comparison of auditory versus tactual presentation

      EAR AND HEARING
    3. Oates, PA; Purdy, SC
      Frequency specificity of the human auditory brainstem and middle latency responses using notched noise masking

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    4. Strickland, EA
      The relationship between frequency selectivity and overshoot

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    5. Downs, CR; Stuart, A; Holbert, D
      Distortion product otoacoustic emissions in normal-hearing children with homozygous sickle cell disease

      JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
    6. Hatzopoulos, S; Cheng, J; Grzanka, A; Martini, A
      Time-frequency analyses of TEOAE recordings from normals and SNHL patients

      AUDIOLOGY
    7. Micheyl, C; Arthaud, P; Reinhart, C; Collet, L
      Informational masking in normal-hearing and hearing-impaired listeners

      ACTA OTO-LARYNGOLOGICA
    8. Gorga, MP; Nelson, K; Davis, T; Dorn, PA; Neely, ST
      Distortion product otoacoustic emission test performance when both 2f(1)-f(2) and 2f(2)-f(1) are used to predict auditory status

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    9. Canevet, G
      An auditory test battery for professional screening

      ACUSTICA
    10. Gorga, MP; Neely, ST; Dorn, PA
      Distortion product otoacoustic emission test performance for a priori criteria and for multifrequency audiometric standards

      EAR AND HEARING
    11. Dorn, PA; Piskorski, P; Gorga, MP; Neely, ST; Keefe, DH
      Predicting audiometric status from distortion product otoacoustic emissions using multivariate analyses

      EAR AND HEARING
    12. Koike, KJ; Wetmore, SJ
      Interactive effects of the middle ear pathology and the associated hearingloss on transient-evoked otoacoustic emission measures

      OTOLARYNGOLOGY-HEAD AND NECK SURGERY
    13. Gehr, SE; Sommers, MS
      Age differences in backward masking

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    14. Leeuw, AR; Dreschler, WA
      The relation between otoacoustic emissions and the broadening of the auditory filter for higher levels

      HEARING RESEARCH
    15. RANCE G; DOWELL RC; RICKARDS FW; BEER DE; CLARK GM
      STEADY-STATE EVOKED-POTENTIAL AND BEHAVIORAL HEARING THRESHOLDS IN A GROUP OF CHILDREN WITH ABSENT CLICK-EVOKED AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSE

      Ear and hearing
    16. Hussain, DM; Gorga, MP; Neely, ST; Keefe, DH; Peters, J
      Transient evoked otoacoustic emissions in patients with normal hearing andin patients with hearing loss

      EAR AND HEARING
    17. Balfour, PB; Pillion, JP; Gaskin, AE
      Distortion product otoacoustic emission and auditory brain stem response measures of pediatric sensorineural hearing loss with islands of normal sensitivity

      EAR AND HEARING
    18. LARSBY B; ARLINGER S
      A METHOD FOR EVALUATING TEMPORAL, SPECTRAL AND COMBINED TEMPORAL-SPECTRAL RESOLUTION OF HEARING

      Scandinavian audiology
    19. Vinck, BM; Van Cauwenberge, PB; Corthals, P; De Vel, E
      Multi variant analysis of otoacoustic emissions and estimation of hearing thresholds: Transient evoked otoacoustic emissions

      AUDIOLOGY
    20. DOM PA; PISKORSKI P; KEEFE DH; NEELY ST; GORGA MP
      ON THE EXISTENCE OF AN AGE THRESHOLD/FREQUENCY INTERACTION IN DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS/

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    21. Fu, QJ; Shannon, RV; Wang, XS
      Effects of noise and spectral resolution on vowel and consonant recognition: Acoustic and electric hearing

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    22. DOLPHIN WF
      THE ENVELOPE FOLLOWING RESPONSE TO MULTIPLE TONE PAIR STIMULI

      Hearing research
    23. DURRANT JD; KESTERSON RK; KAMERER DB
      EVALUATION OF THE NONORGANIC HEARING-LOSS SUSPECT

      The American journal of otology
    24. CHOUARD CH; OUAYOUN M; MEYER B; COUDERT C; SEQUEVILLE T; BACHELOT G; GENIN J
      AUDITORY PERFORMANCES OF A 3-4-7 PROGRAMMABLE NUMERIC FILTER HEARING-AID

      Audiology
    25. NAKAMURA M; YAMASOBA T; KAGA K
      CHANGES IN OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN PATIENTS WITH IDIOPATHIC SUDDEN DEAFNESS

      Audiology
    26. AVAN P; ELBEZ M; BONFILS P
      CLICK-EVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS AND THE INFLUENCE OF HIGH-FREQUENCY HEARING LOSSES IN HUMANS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    27. HOTH S
      THE INFLUENCE OF INNER-EAR HEARING-LOSS O N TRANSITORY EVOKED AND DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      Laryngo-, Rhino-, Otologie
    28. LICHTENSTEIN V; STAPELLS DR
      FREQUENCY-SPECIFIC IDENTIFICATION OF HEARING-LOSS USING TRANSIENT-EVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS TO CLICKS AND TONES

      Hearing research
    29. LUCERTINI M; BERGAMASCHI A; URBANI L
      TRANSIENT EVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN OCCUPATIONAL-MEDICINE AS ANAUDITORY SCREENING-TEST FOR EMPLOYMENT

      British journal of audiology
    30. BEATTIE RC; GARCIA E; JOHSON A
      FREQUENCY-SPECIFIC AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSES IN ADULTS WITH SENSORINEURAL HEARING-LOSS

      Audiology
    31. KIM DO; PAPARELLO J; JUNG MD; SMURZYNSKI J; SUN X
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION TEST OF SENSORINEURAL HEARING-LOSS - PERFORMANCE REGARDING SENSITIVITY, SPECIFICITY AND RECEIVER OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS

      Acta oto-laryngologica
    32. BALAKRISHNAN U; FREYMAN RL; CHIANG YC; NERBONNE GP; SHEA KJ
      CONSONANT RECOGNITION FOR SPECTRALLY DEGRADED SPEECH AS A FUNCTION OFCONSONANT-VOWEL INTENSITY RATIO

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    33. HE NJ; SCHMIEDT RA
      EFFECTS OF AGING ON THE FINE-STRUCTURE OF THE 2F(1)-F(2) ACOUSTIC DISTORTION-PRODUCT

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    34. DOHERTY KA; LUTFI RA
      SPECTRAL WEIGHTS FOR OVERALL LEVEL DISCRIMINATION IN LISTENERS WITH SENSORINEURAL HEARING-LOSS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    35. 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
    36. BOOTHROYD A; MULHEARN B; GONG J; OSTROFF J
      EFFECTS OF SPECTRAL SMEARING ON PHONEME AND WORD RECOGNITION

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    37. STOVER L; GORGA MP; NEELY ST; MONTOYA D
      TOWARD OPTIMIZING THE CLINICAL UTILITY OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION MEASUREMENTS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    38. PROBST R; HARRIS FP
      EFFECT OF OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS ON JUST-NOTICEABLE DIFFERENCES FOR INTENSITY IN NORMALLY HEARING SUBJECTS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    39. RANCE G; RICKARDS FW; COHEN LT; DEVIDI S; CLARK GM
      THE AUTOMATED PREDICTION OF HEARING THRESHOLDS IN SLEEPING SUBJECTS USING AUDITORY STEADY-STATE EVOKED-POTENTIALS

      Ear and hearing
    40. STAPELLS DR; GRAVEL JS; MARTIN BA
      THRESHOLDS FOR AUDITORY DRAIN STEM RESPONSES TO TONES IN NOTCHED NOISE FROM INFANTS AND YOUNG-CHILDREN WITH NORMAL-HEARING OR SENSORINEURALHEARING-LOSS

      Ear and hearing
    41. GORGA MP; STOVER L; BERGMAN BM; BEAUCHAINE KL; KAMINSKI JR
      THE APPLICATION OF OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN THE ASSESSMENT OF DEVELOPMENTALLY DELAYED PATIENTS

      Scandinavian audiology
    42. LINS OG; PICTON PE; PICTON TW; CHAMPAGNE SC; DURIEUXSMITH A
      AUDITORY STEADY-STATE RESPONSES TO TONES AMPLITUDE-MODULATED AT 80-110 HZ

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    43. CARNEY LH
      SPATIOTEMPORAL ENCODING OF SOUND LEVEL - MODELS FOR NORMAL ENCODING AND RECRUITMENT OF LOUDNESS

      Hearing research
    44. PICTON TW; DURIEUXSMITH A; MORAN LM
      RECORDING AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSES FROM INFANTS

      International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology
    45. BEATTIE RC; ALEKS LA; ABBOTT CL
      EFFECTS OF SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO ON THE AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSE TO 0.5-KHZ AND 2-KHZ TONE BURSTS IN BROAD-BAND NOISE AND HIGHPASS NOISE OR NOTCH NOISE

      Scandinavian audiology
    46. STOLLMAN MHP; KAPTEYN TS
      EFFECT OF TIME-SCALE MODIFICATION OF SPEECH ON THE SPEECH RECOGNITIONTHRESHOLD IN NOISE FOR ELDERLY LISTENERS

      Audiology
    47. STOLLMAN MHP; KAPTEYN TS
      EFFECT OF TIME-SCALE MODIFICATION OF SPEECH ON THE SPEECH RECOGNITIONTHRESHOLD IN NOISE FOR ELDERLY LISTENERS

      Audiology
    48. GORGA MP; NEELY ST; BERGMAN BM; BEAUCHAINE KL; KAMINSKI JR; LIU Z
      TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING THE LIMITS OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION MEASUREMENTS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    49. COX RM; ALEXANDER GC
      PREDICTION OF BENEFIT FROM LINEAR HEARING-AIDS IN NONREVERBERANT LISTENING ENVIRONMENTS

      Ear and hearing
    50. MOORE BCJ; GLASBERG BR
      SIMULATION OF THE EFFECTS OF LOUDNESS RECRUITMENT AND THRESHOLD ELEVATION ON THE INTELLIGIBILITY OF SPEECH IN QUIET AND IN A BACKGROUND OF SPEECH

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    51. TERKEURS M; FESTEN JM; PLOMP R
      LIMITED RESOLUTION OF SPECTRAL CONTRAST AND HEARING-LOSS FOR SPEECH IN NOISE

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America


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