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  • Baby, D. & Hamme, H. V (2016). Supervised speech dereverberation in noisy environments using exemplar-based sparse representations. In Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), 2015 IEEE International Conference on, Shanghai, China, March 2016. [More]
  • Cabrera, L. & Werner (2016). The use of slow and fast temporal envelope cues in phonetic discrimination at 3 months of age. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop, pages 29. [More]
  • Song, J. & Iverson, P (2016). The effect of accent on speech recognition in a competing-talker background: Neural oscillations and the N400. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop, pages 11-12. [More]
  • Carroll, R. & Warzybok, A (2016). Speech recognition in reverberation and noise: the roles of the lexicon and age. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop, pages 19-20. [More]
  • Boker, H. R., Reinisch, E. & Sjerps, M (2016). Listening under cognitive load makes speech sound fast. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop, pages 23-24. [More]
  • Zang, Y. & Rosen, S (2016). Listeners are still sensitive to the frequency distribution of cues in degraded speech, but only to the unimpaired ones. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop, pages 25-26. [More]
  • Brint, E. & Iverson, P (2016). The acoustic change complex in cochlear implant listeners. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop, pages 30-31. [More]
  • Valdes-Laribi, H., Wendt, D., MacDonald, E., Cooke, M. & Mattys, S (2016). Sentence comprehension with a competing talker: informational interference or semantic facilitation?. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop, pages 32-33. [More]
  • Cvijanovic, N., Kechichian, P., Janse, K. & Kohlrausch, A (2016). On the use of ultrasound in speech communication systems. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop, pages 36-37. [More]
  • Strori, D., Zaar, J., Scharenborg, O. & Mattys, S (2016). Effects of energetic masking and speech modulation on spoken word recognition. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop, pages 38-39. [More]
  • Schultz, B. & Kotz, S (2016). Finding the beat in German poetry: The role of meter, rhyme, and lexical content. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop, pages 42-43. [More]
  • Wanat, E., Smith, R., Stuart-Smith, J. & Hamilton, C (2016). The role of rhythm in improving non-native comprehension of English casual speech. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop, pages 48-49. [More]
  • van den Heuvel, H., Cranen, B. & Mattys, S., editors. (2016). Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments (SPIRE) workshop. [More]
  • Ahmadi, S., Cranen, B., Boves, L., ten Bosch, L. & van den Bosch, A. (2016). Human-inspired Modulation Frequency Features for Noise-robust ASR. Speech Communication, (submitted). [More]
  • Nash, H., Gooch, D., Hulme, C., Mahajan, Y., McArthur, G., Steinmetzger, K. et al. (2016). Are the literacy difficulties that characterise developmental dyslexia associated with a failure to integrate letters and speech sounds?. Developmental Science, , (in press). [More]
  • Steinmetzger, K. & Rosen, S. (2016). Independent effects of acoustics and intelligibility on the neural oscillations in response to speech. Neuropsychologia, , (under revision). [More]
  • Huettig, F. & Janse, E. (2016). Individual differences in working memory and processing speed predict anticipatory spoken language processing in the visual world. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, (31), 80-93. [More]
  • Drozdova, P., van Hout, R. & Scharenborg, O (2016). Do noise and linguistic skills influence lexically-guided perceptual learning?. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop. [More]
  • Hintz, F. & Scharenborg, O (2016). Neighbourhood density influences word recognition in native and non-native speech recognition in noise. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop. [More]
  • Scharenborg, O., Kolkman, E. & Post, B (2016). Perception of sentence accent in non-native speech in noise. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop. [More]
  • Schmidt, J., Scharenborg, O., Herzog, D. & Janse, E (2016). Older adults’ rating of arousal in speech: The roles of hearing loss and loudness processing abilities. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop. [More]
  • Pontoppidan, N. H., Vatti, M., Rossing, R., Barker, T. & Virtanen, T (2016). Separating known competing voices for people with hearing loss. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop, pages 21-22. [More]
  • Steinmetzger, K. & Rosen, S (2016). The role of periodicity in perceiving speech in quiet and in background noise with simulated cochlear implants. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop, pages 27-28. [More]
  • Zaar, J. & Dau, T (2016). Auditory features in consonant perception - a modeling perspective. In Proceedings of the Speech Processing in Realistic Environments Workshop, pages 17-18. [More]
  • Zaar, J. & Dau, T (2016). Sources of Variability in Consonant Perception and Implications for Speech Perception Modeling. Physiology, Psychoacoustics and Cognition in Normal and Impaired Hearing. [More]
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