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  1. The aging brain compensates for distorted speech sounds
  2. High Gamma Cortical Processing of Continuous Speech in Younger and Older Listeners
  3. Exaggerated Cortical Representation of Speech in Older Listeners: Mutual Information Analysis
  4. Mutual information analysis of neural representations of speech in noise in the aging midbrain
  5. Case studies in neuroscience: subcortical origins of the frequency-following response
  6. Mutual Information Analysis of Neural Representations of Speech in Noise in the Aging Midbrain
  7. Age-Related Temporal Processing Deficits in Word Segments in Adult Cochlear-Implant Users
  8. Restoration of sensory input may improve cognitive and neural function
  9. Increased speech representation in older adults originates from early response in higher order auditory cortex
  10. Representation of speech in noise in the aging midbrain and cortex: aging may dominate over hearing-loss
  11. Development of Phase Locking and Frequency Representation in the Infant Frequency-Following Response
  12. Electrophysiologic Assessment of Auditory Training Benefits in Older Adults
  13. Development of subcortical speech representation in human infants
  14. Partial maintenance of auditory-based cognitive training benefits in older adults
  15. Auditory Brainstem Response to Complex Sounds Predicts Self-Reported Speech-in-Noise Performance
  16. The Potential Role of the cABR in Assessment and Management of Hearing Impairment