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  1. Predicting Behavioral Threshold at 6 and 8 kHz for Children and Adults Based on the Auditory Brainstem Response
  2. Influence of Electric Frequency-to-Place Mismatches on the Early Speech Recognition Outcomes for Electric–Acoustic Stimulation Users
  3. Effects of Target and Masker Fundamental Frequency Contour Depth on School-Age Children's Speech Recognition in a Two-Talker Masker
  4. Auditory Brainstem Responses at 6 and 8 kHz in Infants With Normal Hearing
  5. Observational Study to Preliminarily Characterize the Audiological Profile of Children With Down Syndrome
  6. Can Closed-Set Word Recognition Differentially Assess Vowel and Consonant Perception for School-Age Children With and Without Hearing Loss?
  7. Masked Speech Recognition as a Function of Masker Location for Cochlear Implant Users With Single-Sided Deafness
  8. Maturation of Speech-in-Speech Recognition for Whispered and Voiced Speech
  9. Masked-Speech Recognition for Linguistically Diverse Populations: A Focused Review and Suggestions for the Future
  10. Effect of Protective Face Coverings on Sentence Recognition in Noise for Cochlear Implant Patients
  11. Effect of Place-Based Versus Default Mapping Procedures on Masked Speech Recognition: Simulations of Cochlear Implant Alone and Electric-Acoustic Stimulation
  12. Spatial Hearing and Functional Auditory Skills in Children With Unilateral Hearing Loss
  13. Speech-in-Speech Recognition and Spatially Selective Attention in Children and Adults
  14. A Simplified Approach to Quantifying a Child's Bilingual Language Experience
  15. The frequencies that convey speech cues differ when listening in noise vs competing speech
  16. Spatial Release From Masking in Pediatric Cochlear Implant Recipients With Single-Sided Deafness
  17. Does Sentence-Level Coarticulation Affect Speech Recognition in Noise or a Speech Masker?
  18. Independent and Combined Effects of Fundamental Frequency and Vocal Tract Length Differences for School-Age Children's Sentence Recognition in a Two-Talker Masker
  19. The Clear-Speech Benefit for School-Age Children: Speech-in-Noise and Speech-in-Speech Recognition
  20. Cognitive and Linguistic Contributions to Masked Speech Recognition in Children
  21. Effects of Self-Generated Noise on Quiet Threshold by Transducer Type in School-Age Children and Adults
  22. Low-Frequency Hearing Preservation With Long Electrode Arrays: Inclusion of Unaided Hearing Threshold Assessment in the Postoperative Test Battery
  23. Masked English Speech Recognition Performance in Younger and Older Spanish–English Bilingual and English Monolingual Children
  24. Effects of Language History on Sentence Recognition in Noise or Two-Talker Speech: Monolingual, Early Bilingual, and Late Bilingual Speakers of English
  25. A Two-Interval, Forced-Choice, Observer-Based Procedure for Evaluating Hearing Sensitivity in Children With Motor and Developmental Impairments
  26. Low-Frequency Pitch Perception in Cochlear Implant Recipients With Normal Hearing in the Contralateral Ear
  27. Perceptual sensitivity to, and electrophysiological encoding of, a complex periodic signal: effects of age
  28. Effects of Adaptive Hearing Aid Directionality and Noise Reduction on Masked Speech Recognition for Children Who Are Hard of Hearing
  29. Code-Switching in Highly Proficient Spanish/English Bilingual Adults: Impact on Masked Word Recognition
  30. Pure-Tone Frequency Discrimination in Preschoolers, Young School-Age Children, and Adults
  31. Forward and Backward Masking of Consonants in School-Age Children and Adults
  32. Masked Speech Recognition and Reading Ability in School-Age Children: Is There a Relationship?
  33. Speech recognition for school-age children and adults tested in multi-tone vs multi-noise-band maskers
  34. Effects of Cochlear Implantation on Binaural Hearing in Adults With Unilateral Hearing Loss
  35. The ability to hear differences in pitch of a tone or a speech syllable (ba) in children and adults
  36. Speech recognition in one- and two-talker maskers in school-age children and adults: Development of perceptual masking and glimpsing
  37. Gap Detection in School-Age Children and Adults: Center Frequency and Ramp Duration
  38. Effect of response context and masker type on word recognition in school-age children and adults
  39. Linguistic Masking Release in School-Age Children and Adults
  40. Influence of Test Condition on Speech Perception With Electric-Acoustic Stimulation
  41. Temporal Processing Deficits in Middle Age
  42. Factors Affecting Sensitivity to Frequency Change in School-Age Children and Adults
  43. Effects of Low-Pass Filtering on the Perception of Word-Final Plurality Markers in Children and Adults With Normal Hearing
  44. Gap Detection in School-Age Children and Adults: Effects of Inherent Envelope Modulation and the Availability of Cues Across Frequency
  45. Development and Preliminary Evaluation of a Pediatric Spanish–English Speech Perception Task
  46. Children's Perception of Speech Produced in a Two-Talker Background
  47. Children's Identification of Consonants in a Speech-Shaped Noise or a Two-Talker Masker
  48. Factors Affecting the Processing of Intensity in School-Aged Children