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  1. Sex-Specific Prevalence, Demographic Characteristics, and Risk Factors of Tinnitus in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos
  2. History and Lingering Impact of the Arbitrary 25-dB Cutoff for Normal Hearing
  3. Relationship Between Behavioral and Stimulus Frequency Otoacoustic Emissions Delay-Based Tuning Estimates
  4. Spontaneous Otoacoustic Emissions Reveal an Efficient Auditory Efferent Network
  5. Exploring Optimal Stimulus Frequency Ratio for Measurement of the Quadratic f 2 –f 1 Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emission in Humans
  6. courtenay norbury
  7. Sleep Apnea Is Associated with Hearing Impairment: The Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos
  8. Automated audiometry
  9. Efferent Modulation of Stimulus Frequency Otoacoustic Emission Fine Structure
  10. Hearing Impairment Prevalence and Associated Risk Factors in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos
  11. Working memory training to improve speech perception in noise across languages
  12. Wideband profiles of stimulus-frequency otoacoustic emissions in humans
  13. A pilot study of phase-evoked acoustic responses from the ears of human subjects
  14. Comparison of nine methods to estimate ear-canal stimulus levels
  15. Effects of Contralateral Acoustic Stimulation on Spontaneous Otoacoustic Emissions and Hearing Threshold Fine Structure
  16. Speech-on-speech Masking with Variable Access to the Linguistic Content of the Masker Speech for Native and Nonnative English Speakers
  17. Aging of the medial olivocochlear reflex and associations with speech perception
  18. Toward a test battery for differential categorization of age-related hearing loss
  19. Spontaneous otoacoustic emissions, threshold microstructure, and psychophysical tuning over a wide frequency range in humans
  20. DPOAE characteristics
  21. Masking Release Due to Linguistic and Phonetic Dissimilarity Between the Target and Masker Speech
  22. The relevance of otoacoustic emission fine structure
  23. Can cochlear mechanics contribute to amplitude modulation perception?
  24. Noise-induced hearing loss
  25. Clinical measure of auditory function
  26. The relevance of otoacoustic emission fine structure
  27. Can cochlear mechanics contribute to amplitude modulation perception?
  28. Maturation and Aging of the Human Cochlea: A View through the DPOAE Looking Glass
  29. Medial olivocochlear influence on stimulus-frequency otoacoustic emission input-output functions
  30. Efferent modulation of physiological and behavioral measures of cochlear mechanics
  31. Behavioral Hearing Thresholds Between 0.125 and 20 kHz Using Depth-Compensated Ear Simulator Calibration
  32. Weighting Function-Based Mapping of Descriptors to Frequency-Gain Curves in Listeners With Hearing Loss
  33. The breaking of cochlear scaling symmetry in human newborns and adults
  34. Breaking away: Violation of distortion emission phase-frequency invariance at low frequencies
  35. Level dependence of distortion product otoacoustic emission phase is attributed to component mixing
  36. Fast and Slow Effects of Medial Olivocochlear Efferent Activity in Humans
  37. Effects of contralateral acoustic stimulation on hearing threshold fine structure and spontaneous otoacoustic emissions.
  38. In-Depth Investigation of Frequency-Dependence of Nonlinearity in Human Cochlea Using DPOAE
  39. Deviations from Scaling Symmetry in the Apical Half of the Human Cochlea
  40. The Effectiveness of Clear Speech as a Masker
  41. Neuroanatomical Characteristics and Speech Perception in Noise in Older Adults
  42. Speech-on-speech masking with variable access to the linguistic content of the masker speech
  43. Differences in distortion product otoacoustic emission phase recorded from human neonates using two popular probes
  44. Distortion product otoacoustic emission phase and component analysis in human newborns
  45. Contralateral acoustic stimulation alters the magnitude and phase of distortion product otoacoustic emissions
  46. The Effect of Contralateral Acoustic Stimulation on Spontaneous Otoacoustic Emissions
  47. Comparing two methods to measure preferred listening levels of personal listening devices
  48. Spectral modulation detection training in older adults with hearing loss.
  49. A weighting‐function‐based approach to subjectively modify the frequency response of a hearing aid.
  50. Foreign accented speech: Energetic or informational masking?
  51. Aging and cortical mechanisms of speech perception in noise
  52. Cortical Mechanisms of Speech Perception in Noise
  53. Speech Perception in Noise Using Directional Microphones in Open-Canal Hearing Aids
  54. Cortical mechanisms of speech perception in noise in elderly listeners
  55. A comparative study of distortion-product-otoacoustic-emission fine structure in human newborns and adults with normal hearing
  56. Comparison of universal newborn hearing screening programs in Illinois hospitals
  57. Comparison of Performance on the Hearing in Noise Test Using Directional Microphones and Digital Noise Reduction Algorithms
  58. DPOAE Component Estimates and Their Relationship to Hearing Thresholds
  59. A comparison of OAEs arising from different generation mechanisms in guinea pig
  60. The effect of stimulus-frequency ratio on distortion product otoacoustic emission components
  61. Effects of a Suppressor Tone on Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions Fine Structure: Why a Universal Suppressor Level Is Not a Practical Solution to Obtaining Single-Generator DP-Grams
  62. Predictability of Speech-In-Noise Performance from Real Ear Measures of Directional Hearing Aids
  63. Multiple internal reflections in the cochlea and their effect on DPOAE fine structure