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A Dynamically Focusing Cochlear Implant Strategy Can Improve Vowel Identification in Noise.
Age-Related Performance on Vowel Identification and the Spectral-temporally Modulated Ripple Test in Children With Normal Hearing and With Cochlear Implants.
Reducing Simulated Channel Interaction Reveals Differences in Phoneme Identification Between Children and Adults With Normal Hearing.
Psychophysical Tuning Curves as a Correlate of Electrode Position in Cochlear Implant Listeners.
Current Focusing to Reduce Channel Interaction for Distant Electrodes in Cochlear Implant Programs.
Predicting effects of hearing-instrument signal processing on consonant perception.
Comparing Rapid and Traditional Forward-Masked Spatial Tuning Curves in Cochlear-Implant Users.
A Site-Selection Strategy Based on Polarity Sensitivity for Cochlear Implants: Effects on Spectro-Temporal Resolution and Speech Perception.
Effects of Age and Cochlear Implantation on Spectrally Cued Speech Categorization.
Using Spectral Blurring to Assess Effects of Channel Interaction on Speech-in-Noise Perception with Cochlear Implants.