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  • H. Aazh, D. Mc Ferrran, and B.C.J. Moore (2018), Uncomfortable Loudness Levels among children and adolescents seeking help for tinnitus and/or hyperacusis, Int. J. Audiol. DOI:10.1080/14992027.2018.1453617 [Epub ahead of print]
  • H. Aazh and B.C.J. Moore (2018), Thoughts about suicide and self-harm in patients with tinnitus and hyperacusis,J. Am. Acad. Audiol. 29: 255-261
  • H. Aazh and B.C.J. Moore (2018), Proportion and characteristics of patients who were offered, enrolled in and completed audiologist-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy for tinnitus and hyperacusis rehabilitation in a specialist UK clinic. International journal of audiology, 57(6), 415-425.
  • S. Flanagan, T.C. Zorila, Y. Stylianou and B.C.J. Moore, Speech processing to improve the perception of speech in background noise for children with auditory processing disorder and typically developing peers, Trends Hear. 22: 1-8
  • J. Chen, B.C.J. Moore, T. Baer, and X. Wu (2018), Individually tailored spectral-change enhancement for the hearing impaired. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 143(2), 1128-1137.
  • M. Keshavarzi, T. Baer, and Moore, B.C.J. (2018). Evaluation of a multi-channel algorithm for reducing transient sounds. International journal of audiology, 1-8.
  • M. Keshavarzi, T. Goehring, J. Zakis, R. E. Turner, and B.C.J. Moore (2018). Use of a Deep Recurrent Neural Network to Reduce Wind Noise: Effects on Judged Speech Intelligibility and Sound Quality. Trends in hearing, 22, 2331216518770964.
  • S.M.K. Madsen, T. Dau and B.C.J. Moore (2018), Effect of harmonic rank on sequential sound segregation, Hear. Res. (in press) DOI: 10.1016/j.heares.2018.06.002
  • A.N. Malicka, W.J. Wilson, T. Baer, K.J. Munro, R.J. Baker, D. Miluzzi and B.C.J. Moore (2018). No evidence for enhanced processing of speech that is low-pass filtered near the edge frequency of cochlear dead regions in children. International journal of audiology, 1-6.
  • J.E. Marriage, D.A. Vickers, T. Baer, B.R. Glasberg and B.C.J. Moore (2018), Comparison of different hearing aid prescriptions for children, Ear Hear. 39: 20-31
  • B.C.J. Moore, M.G. Heinz, L.D. Braida and A.C. Léger (2018), Effects of age on sensitivity to interaural time differences in envelope and fine structure, individually and in combination, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 143: 1287-1296
  • B.C.J. Moore, M. Jervis, L. Harries and J. Schlittenlacher (2018), Testing and refining a loudness model for time-varying sounds incorporating binaural inhibition, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 143: 1504-1513
  • D.A. Vickers, B.C.J. Moore, A.A. Majeed, N. Stephenson, T. Baer and J.E. Marriage (2018), Closed set speech discrimination tests for assessing young children, Ear Hear. 39: 20-31
  • E. Holmes, D. W. Purcell, R. P. Carlyon, H. E. Gockel, I. S. Johnsrude (2018). " Attentional modulation of envelope-following responses at lower (93-109 Hz) but not higher (217-233 Hz) modulation rates." Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 19 (1), 83-97. DOI - 10.1007/s10162-017-0641-9.
  • A. W. Archer-Boyd, J. A. Holman, W. O. Brimijoin (2018). "The minimum monitoring signal-to-noise ratio for off-axis signals and its implications for directional hearing aids". Hear. Res., 357, 64-72
  • B. Zoefel, A. Archer-Boyd, M. H. Davis (2018). "Phase Entrainment of Brain Oscillations Causally Modulates Neural Responses to Intelligible Speech". Current Biology 28, 1-8.
  • H. Aazh, K. Lammaing and B.C.J. Moore (2017), Factors related to tinnitus and hyperacusis handicap in older people, Int. J. Audiol. 56: 677-684
  • H. Aazh and B.C.J. Moore (2017), Audiological rehabilitation for facilitating hearing aid use: A review, J. Am. Acad. Audiol. 28: 248-260
  • H. Aazh and B.C.J. Moore (2017), Usefulness of self-report questionnaires for psychological assessment of patients with tinnitus and hyperacusis and patients' views of the questionnaires, Int. J. Audiol. 56: 483-492
  • H. Aazh and B.C.J. Moore (2017), Factors associated with depression in patients with tinnitus and hyperacusis, Am. J. Audiol. 26: 562-569
  • H. Aazh and B.C.J. Moore (2017), Incidence of discomfort during pure-tone audiometry and measurement of uncomfortable loudness levels among people seeking help for tinnitus and/or hyperacusis, Am. J. Audiol. 26: 226-232
  • H. Aazh and B.C.J. Moore (2017), Factors related to Uncomfortable Loudness Levels for patients seen in a tinnitus and hyperacusis clinic, Int. J. Audiol. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14992027.2017.1335888
  • C. Füllgrabe, A.J. Harland, A.P. Sek and B.C.J. Moore (2017), Development of a method for determining binaural sensitivity to temporal fine structure, Int. J. Audiol. 56: 926-935
  • C. Füllgrabe and B.C.J. Moore (2017), Evaluation of a method for determining binaural sensitivity to temporal fine structure (TFS-AF test) for older listeners with normal and impaired low-frequency hearing, Trends Hear. 21: 1-14
  • C. Jurado, P. Gallegos, D. Gordillo and B.C.J. Moore (2017), The detailed shapes of equal-loudness-level contours at low frequencies, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 142: 3821-3832
  • A. Kolarik, A.C. Scarfe, B.C.J. Moore and S. Pardhan (2017), Blindness enhances auditory obstacle circumvention: Assessing echolocation, sensory substitution, and visual-based navigation, PLoS One 12: e017575
  • A.J. Kolarik, S. Cirstea, S. Pardhan and B.C.J. Moore (2017), Auditory spatial representations of the world are compressed in blind humans, Exp. Brain Res. 235: 597-606
  • A.J. Kolarik, R. Raman, B.C.J. Moore, S. Cirstea, S. Gopalakrishnan and S. Pardhan (2017), Partial visual loss affects self-reports of hearing abilities measured using a modified version of the Speech, Spatial, and Qualities of Hearing Questionnaire, Front. Psychol. 8: Article 561
  • H.M. Kondo, A.M. van Loon, J.-I. Kawahara and B.C.J. Moore (2017), Auditory and visual scene analysis: an overview, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 372: 20160099
  • M. Salorio-Corbetto, T. Baer and B.C.J. Moore (2017), Quality ratings of frequency-compressed speech by participants with extensive high-frequency dead regions in the cochlea, Int. J. Audiol. 56: 106-120
  • M. Salorio-Corbetto, T. Baer and B.C.J. Moore (2017), Evaluation of a frequency-lowering algorithm for adults with high-frequency hearing loss, Trends Hear. 21: 1-23
  • A. Thwaites, J. Schlittenlacher, I. Nimmo-Smith, W.D. Marslen-Wilson and B.C.J. Moore (2017), Tonotopic representation of loudness in the human cortex, Hear. Res. 344: 244-254
  • Vinay, A.S. Hansen, Ř. Raen and B.C.J. Moore (2017), Reference thresholds for the TEN(HL) test for people with normal hearing, Int. J. Audiol. 56: 672-676
  • N. Wallaert, B.C.J. Moore, S.D. Ewert and C. Lorenzi (2017), Sensorineural hearing loss enhances auditory sensitivity and temporal integration for amplitude modulation, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 141: 971-980
  • T.-C. Zorila, Y. Stylianou, S. Flanagan and B.C.J. Moore (2017), Evaluation of near-end speech enhancement under equal-loudness constraint for listeners with normal-hearing and mild-to-moderate hearing loss, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 141: 189-196
  • H. Aazh and B.C.J. Moore (2017), Prevalence and characteristics of patients with severe hyperacusis among patients seen in a tinnitus and hyperacusis clinic, J. Am. Acad. Audiol. DOI: 10.3766/jaaa.17015
  • H. E. Gockel, S. Alsindi, C. Hardy, & R. P. Carlyon (2017). " Effect of context on the contribution of individual harmonics to residue pitch." Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 18 (6), 808-813. DOI - 10.1007/s10162-017-0636-6.
  • R. P. Carlyon, J. M. Deeks, J. Undurraga, O. Macherey, and A. van Wieringen (2017). " Spatial Selectivity in Cochlear Implants: Effects of Asymmetric Waveforms and Development of a Single-Point Measure." J. Assoc. Res. Otorhinolaryngol. [Epub ahead of print]
  • H. Aazh and B.C.J. Moore (2016), A comparison between tinnitus retraining therapy and a simplified version in treatment of tinnitus in adults, Aud. Vestib. Res. 25: 14-23
  • H. Aazh, B.C.J. Moore, K. Lammaing and M. Cropley (2016), Tinnitus and hyperacusis therapy in a UK National Health Service audiology department: Patients' evaluations of the effectiveness of treatments, Int. J. Audiol. 55: 514-522
  • J. Fairnie, B.C.J. Moore and A. Remington (2016), Missing a trick: Auditory load modulates conscious awareness in audition, J. Exp. Psychol.: Human Percept. Perf. 42: 930-938
  • A. Kolarik, B.C.J. Moore, P. Zahorik, S. Cirstea and S. Pardhan (2016), Auditory distance perception in humans: A review of cues, development, neuronal bases and effects of sensory loss, Atten. Percept. Psychophys. 78: 373-395, DOI 10.3758/s13414-015-1015-1
  • A. Kolarik, A.C. Scarfe, B.C.J. Moore and S. Pardhan (2016), An assessment of auditory-guided locomotion in an obstacle circumvention task, Exp. Brain Res. 235: 1725-1735
  • P.J. Kullar, J. Quail, P. Lindsey, J.A. Wilson, R. Horvath, P. Yu-Wai-Man, B.C.J. Moore and P.F. Chinnery (2016), Both mitochondrial DNA and mitonuclear gene mutations cause hearing loss through cochlear dysfunction, Brain 139 e33: 1-5
  • B.C.J. Moore (2016), Effects of age and hearing loss on the processing of auditory temporal fine structure, Adv. Exp. Med. Biol. 894: 1-8
  • B.C.J. Moore (2016), Effects of sound-induced hearing loss and hearing aids on the perception of music, J. Audio Eng. Soc. 64: 112-123
  • B.C.J. Moore (2016), A review of the perceptual effects of hearing loss for frequencies above 3 kHz, Int. J. Audiol. 55: 707-714
  • B.C.J. Moore, T. Baer, D.T. Ives, J. Marriage and M. Salorio-Corbetto (2016), Effects of modified hearing-aid fittings on loudness and tone quality for different acoustic scenes, Ear Hear. 37: 483-491
  • B.C.J. Moore, B.R. Glasberg, A. Varathanathan and J. Schlittenlacher (2016), A loudness model for time-varying sounds incorporating binaural inhibition, Trends Hear. 20: 1-16
  • B.C.J. Moore, A. Kolarik, M.A. Stone and Y.-W. Lee (2016), Evaluation of a method for enhancing interaural level differences at low frequencies, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 140: 2817-2828
  • B.C.J. Moore and A. Sek (2016), Comparison of the CAM2A and NAL-NL2 hearing-aid fitting methods for participants with a wide range of hearing losses, Int. J. Audiol. 55: 93-100
  • B.C.J. Moore and A.P. Sek (2016), Preferred compression speed for speech and music and its relationship to sensitivity to temporal fine structure, Trends Hear. 20: 1-15
  • V.K. Narne, M. Sharma, B. Van Dun, S. Bansal, L. Prabhu and B.C.J. Moore (2016), Effects of spectral smearing on performance of the spectral ripple and spectro-temporal ripple tests, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 140: 4298-4306
  • J. Schlittenlacher and B.C.J. Moore (2016), Discrimination of amplitude-modulation depth by subjects with normal and impaired hearing, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 140: 3487-3495
  • A. Taghipour, B.C.J. Moore and B. Edler (2016), Durations required to distinguish noise and tone: Effects of noise bandwidth and frequency, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 139: 2482-2488 DOI: 10.1121/1.4945702
  • A. Taghipour, B.C.J. Moore and B. Edler (2016), Masked threshold for noise bands masked by narrower bands of noise: Effects of masker bandwidth and center frequency, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 139: 2403-2406
  • A. Thwaites, B.R. Glasberg, I. Nimmo-Smith, W.D. Marslen-Wilsen and B.C.J. Moore (2016), Representation of instantaneous and short-term loudness in the human cortex, Front. Neurosci. 10, article 183: 1-11. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2016.00183
  • N. Wallaert, B.C.J. Moore and C. Lorenzi (2016), Comparing the effects of age on amplitude modulation and frequency modulation detection, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 139: 3088-3096
  • T.-C. Zorila, Y. Stylianou, S. Flanagan and B.C.J. Moore (2016), Effectiveness of a loudness model for time-varying sounds in equating the loudness of sentences subjected to different forms of signal processing, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 140: 402-408
  • H. E. Gockel, & R. P. Carlyon (2016). " On Zwicker tones and musical pitch in the likely absence of phase locking corresponding to the pitch." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 140 (4), 2257-2273. DOI - 10.1121/1.4963865
  • H. E. Gockel, & R. P. Carlyon (2016). "Do Zwicker tones evoke a musical pitch?". Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 894: pp. 419-426.
  • S. Cosentino, L. De Vries, R. Scheperle, J. Bierer and R. P. Carlyon (2016), "Dual-Stage Algorithm To Identify Channels With Poor Electrode-To-Neuron Interface In Cochlear Implant Users", ICASSP 2016 (Shanghai, China).
  • S. Cosentino, R. P. Carlyon, J. M. Deeks, W. Parkinson, and J. A. Bierer (2016). "Rate discrimination, gap detection and ranking of temporal pitch in cochlear implant users". JARO.
  • P. Gomersall, R. E. Turner, D. M. Baguley, J. M. Deeks, H. E. Gockel, and R. P. Carlyon (2016). "Perception of stochastic envelopes by normal-hearing and cochlear-implant listeners". Hearing Research, 333: pp. 8-24.
  • H. Aazh, D. Prasher, K. Nanchahal and B.C.J. Moore (2015), Hearing aid use and its determinants in the UK National Health Service: A cross-sectional study at the Royal Surrey County Hospital, Int. J. Audiol. 54: 152-161
  • P.J. Boyle and B.C.J. Moore (2015), Balancing cochlear implant AGC and near-instantaneous compression to improve perception of soft speech, Cochlear Implants Int. 16 Suppl 1: S9-S11
  • C. Füllgrabe, B.C.J. Moore and M.A. Stone (2015), Age-group differences in speech identification despite matched audiometrically normal hearing: Contributions from auditory temporal processing and cognition, Front. Aging Neurosci. 6: Article 347, 1-25
  • Y.W. Lee and B.C.J. Moore. Parameter-based binaural hearing aid algorithms to improve speech intelligibility and localization in complex environments. in 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. 2015. Milan, Italy: IEEE.
  • A. Léger, M.G. Heinz, L.D. Braida and B.C.J. Moore. Sensitivity to interaural time differences in envelope and fine structure, individually and in combination. in ARO 38th Annual Midwinter Meeting. 2015. Baltimore, MD: ARO.
  • S.C. Levy, D.J. Freed, M. Nilsson, B.C.J. Moore and S. Puria (2015), Extended high-frequency bandwidth improves speech reception in the presence of spatially separated masking speech, Ear Hear. 36: e214-e224
  • S.M.K. Madsen, M.A. Stone, M.F. McKinney, K. Fitz and B.C.J. Moore (2015), Effects of wide dynamic-range compression on the perceived clarity of individual musical instruments, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 137: 1867-1876
  • F. Marmel, C.J. Plack, K. Hopkins, R.P. Carlyon, H.E. Gockel and B.C.J. Moore (2015), The role of excitation-pattern cues in the detection of frequency shifts in bandpass-filtered complex tones, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 137: 2687-2697
  • A. Sek, T. Baer, W. Crinnion, A. Springgay and B.C.J. Moore (2015), Modulation masking within and across carriers for subjects with normal and impaired hearing, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 138: 1143-1153
  • B. Kenway, Y-C Tam, Z. Vanat, F. Harris, R. Gray, J. Birchall, R.P. Carlyon, and P. Axon (2015). “ Pitch Discrimination: An Independent Factor in Cochlear Implant Performance Outcomes”. Otology & Neuro-otology, 36, pp. 1472-1479.
  • A.J. Billig, & R.P. Carlyon (2015). " Automaticity and Primacy of Auditory Streaming: Concurrent Subjective and Objective Measures", Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. Advance online publication.
  • S. Cosentino, E. Gaudrain, J.M. Deeks, & R.P. Carlyon (2015). " Multistage nonlinear optimization to recover neural activation patterns from evoked compound action potentials of cochlear implant users", IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Vol. X, pp. 1-1.
  • S. Cosentino, J.M. Deeks, & R.P. Carlyon (2015). " Procedural Factors That Affect Psychophysical Measures of Spatial Selectivity in Cochlear Implant Users", Trends in Hearing, Vol. 19, pp. 1-19.
  • H. E. Gockel,A. Krugliak,C. J. Plack,and R. P. Carlyon (2015). “ Specificity of the human frequency following response for carrier and modulation frequency assessed using adaptation”. J. Assoc. Res. Otorhinolaryngol. Available "online 1st".
  • A. Ihlefeld, R. P. Carlyon, A. Kan, T. Churchill, and R. Litovsky (2015). “ Limitations on monaural and binaural temporal processing in bilateral cochlear implant listeners”. J. Assoc. Res. Otorhinolaryngol. Available "online 1st".
  • R.P. Carlyon, J.M. Deeks, and C.M. McKay (2015). “Effect of pulse rate and polarity on the sensitivity of auditory brainstem and cochlear implant users to electrical stimulation”. J. Assoc. Res. Otorhinolaryngol. 15, pp. 653-668.
  • Marmel, F., Plack, C.J. , Hopkins, K., Carlyon, R.P., Gockel, H.E. & Moore, B.C.J. (2015). "The role of excitation-pattern cues in the detection of frequency shifts in bandpass-filtered complex tones", J Acoust Soc Am., Vol. 137.
  • J.A. Bierer, J.M. Deeks, A.J. Billig, and R.P. Carlyon (2015). " Comparison of signal and gap detection thresholds for focused and broad cochlear implant electrode configurations",J. Assoc. Res. Otorhinolaryngol, Vol. 16, No. (2), pp. 273-284.
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