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  1. Effects of better-ear glimpsing, binaural unmasking, and spectral resolution on spatial release from masking in cochlear-implant users
  2. Impacts of signal processing factors on perceptual restoration in cochlear-implant users
  3. Open-Set Phoneme Recognition Performance With Varied Temporal Cues in Younger and Older Cochlear Implant Users
  4. Effects of aging and hearing loss on perceptual and electrophysiological measures of pulse-rate discrimination
  5. Stimulus context affects the phonemic categorization of temporally based word contrasts in adult cochlear-implant users
  6. Individual differences in speech stream segregation and working memory differentially predict performance on a stochastic figure-ground task
  7. Intracranial lateralization bias observed in the presence of symmetrical hearing thresholds
  8. Aging Effects on Cortical Responses to Tones and Speech in Adult Cochlear-Implant Users
  9. New beamforming approach improves speech understanding in noise without hampering localization
  10. When attending to an ear can be difficult for cochlear-implant users
  11. Computed-tomography estimates of interaural mismatch in insertion depth and scalar location in bilateral cochlear-implant users
  12. Repair of broken speech with cochlear implants: Not possible?
  13. Interaural place-of-stimulation mismatch estimates using CT scans and binaural perception, but not pitch, are consistent in cochlear-implant users
  14. A Comparison of Place-Pitch-Based Interaural Electrode Matching Methods for Bilateral Cochlear-Implant Users
  15. Effect of Chronological Age on Pulse Rate Discrimination in Adult Cochlear-Implant Users
  16. Head Shadow, Summation, and Squelch in Bilateral Cochlear-Implant Users With Linked Automatic Gain Controls
  17. Transmission of Binaural Cues by Bilateral Cochlear Implants: Examining the Impacts of Bilaterally Independent Spectral Peak-Picking, Pulse Timing, and Compression
  18. Adults are better than children at understanding cochlear-implant simulations, even after practice
  19. The aging brain compensates for distorted speech sounds
  20. The acoustics of cochlear-implant microphone placements
  21. Declines in degraded speech understanding from aging from a non-auditory source?
  22. Visual cues are helpful for cochlear-implant users hearing Spanish-accented English
  23. Effect of Stimulation Rate on Speech Understanding in Older Cochlear-Implant Users
  24. Does Distraction Affect Your Hearing?
  25. (Most) Kids with implants can attend to an ear, but cannot understand speech very well in noise
  26. Impact of Aging and the Electrode-to-Neural Interface on Temporal Processing Ability in Cochlear-Implant Users: Amplitude-Modulation Detection Thresholds
  27. Impact of Aging and the Electrode-to-Neural Interface on Temporal Processing Ability in Cochlear-Implant Users: Gap Detection Thresholds
  28. Speech perception with cochlear implants may differ between the sexes
  29. Effects of rate and age in processing interaural time and level differences in normal-hearing and bilateral cochlear-implant listeners
  30. It is difficult to ignore the acoustic ear for single-sided-deafness cochlear-implant users
  31. The effect of envelope modulations on binaural processing
  32. Effect of channel separation and interaural mismatch on fusion and lateralization in normal-hearing and cochlear-implant listeners
  33. How to remove frequencies from a cochlear implant to improve spatial hearing
  34. Binaural unmasking with temporal envelope and fine structure in listeners with cochlear implants
  35. The perils of across-ear pitch matching: 2/3s of pitch isn't pitch
  36. Age-Related Temporal Processing Deficits in Word Segments in Adult Cochlear-Implant Users
  37. Age-related differences in binaural masking level differences: behavioral and electrophysiological evidence
  38. Don't confuse bad memory and mishearing: Cochlear implants do not reduce memory of numbers
  39. Newly observed frequency dependence for across-ear level difference processing
  40. Older listeners repair noisy cochlear-implant processed speech better than younger listeners
  41. The Effect of Simulated Interaural Frequency Mismatch on Speech Understanding and Spatial Release From Masking
  42. Bimodal Cochlear Implant Listeners’ Ability to Perceive Minimal Audible Angle Differences
  43. Use of Research Interfaces for Psychophysical Studies With Cochlear-Implant Users
  44. Using prosody to infer discourse prominence in cochlear-implant users and normal-hearing listeners
  45. Contralateral Interference Caused by Binaurally Presented Competing Speech in Adult Bilateral Cochlear-Implant Users
  46. Cochlear-implant users adjust to speaking rate better than people with typical hearing
  47. Adults and children learn cochlear-implant-simulated speech perception at the same rate
  48. Effects of Stimulus Duration on Event-Related Potentials Recorded From Cochlear-Implant Users
  49. The Relationship Between Intensity Coding and Binaural Sensitivity in Adults With Cochlear Implants
  50. Lateralization of Interaural Level Differences with Multiple Electrode Stimulation in Bilateral Cochlear-Implant Listeners
  51. Aging reduces ability to perceive certain speech cues in cochlear-implant simulations
  52. Time-Varying Distortions of Binaural Information by Bilateral Hearing Aids
  53. (Most) Cochlear implantees can attend to an ear, but cannot understand speech very well in noise
  54. Binaural release from masking with single- and multi-electrode stimulation in children with cochlear implants
  55. Having Two Ears Facilitates the Perceptual Separation of Concurrent Talkers for Bilateral and Single-Sided Deaf Cochlear Implantees
  56. Naive listeners can have difficulty in basic binaural hearing tasks
  57. Interaural envelope correlation change discrimination in bilateral cochlear implantees: Effects of mismatch, centering, and onset of deafness
  58. Sensitivity to interaural envelope correlation changes in bilateral cochlear-implant users
  59. Careful loudness balancing does not center sounds in the head of cochlear-implant users
  60. Effects of Interaural Pitch Matching and Auditory Image Centering on Binaural Sensitivity in Cochlear Implant Users
  61. Spatial hearing benefits demonstrated with presentation of acoustic temporal fine structure cues in bilateral cochlear implant listeners
  62. Internalized elevation perception of simple stimuli in cochlear-implant and normal-hearing listeners
  63. The Effect of Interaural Fluctuation Rate on Correlation Change Discrimination
  64. Interaural mismatch causes poor spatial hearing and fusion across ears
  65. The role of envelope statistics in detecting changes in interaural correlation
  66. The effect of an additional reflection in a precedence effect experiment
  67. Studies on Bilateral Cochlear Implants at the University of Wisconsin Binaural Hearing and Speech Lab
  68. Two-Dimensional Localization of Virtual Sound Sources in Cochlear-Implant Listeners
  69. 3-D localization of virtual sound sources: Effects of visual environment, pointing method, and training
  70. Median-plane sound localization as a function of the number of spectral channels using a channel vocoder
  71. Enhancing sensitivity to interaural time differences at high modulation rates by introducing temporal jitter
  72. Current-level discrimination and spectral profile analysis in multi-channel electrical stimulation
  73. Effects of upper-frequency boundary and spectral warping on speech intelligibility in electrical stimulation
  74. Interaural fluctuations and the detection of interaural incoherence. III. Narrowband experiments and binaural models
  75. Interaural fluctuations and the detection of interaural incoherence. II. Brief duration noises
  76. Enhancing and unmasking the harmonics of a complex tone
  77. Interaural fluctuations and the detection of interaural incoherence: Bandwidth effects
  78. Unmasking the harmonics of a complex tone