Samira Anderson

Affiliations: 
University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
Area:
Auditory Neuroscience
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Xie Z, Anderson S, Goupell MJ. (2022) Stimulus context affects the phonemic categorization of temporally based word contrasts in adult cochlear-implant users. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 151: 2149
DeVries L, Anderson S, Goupell MJ, et al. (2022) Effects of aging and hearing loss on perceptual and electrophysiological measures of pulse-rate discrimination. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 151: 1639
Bieber RE, Brodbeck C, Anderson S. (2022) Examining the context benefit in older adults: A combined behavioral-electrophysiologic word identification study. Neuropsychologia. 170: 108224
White-Schwoch T, Anderson S, Krizman J, et al. (2021) Multiple Cases of Auditory Neuropathy Illuminate the Importance of Subcortical Neural Synchrony for Speech-in-noise Recognition and the Frequency-following Response. Ear and Hearing
Xie Z, Stakhovskaya O, Goupell MJ, et al. (2021) Aging Effects on Cortical Responses to Tones and Speech in Adult Cochlear-Implant Users. Journal of the Association For Research in Otolaryngology : Jaro
Anderson S, Bieber R, Schloss A. (2021) Peripheral deficits and phase-locking declines in aging adults. Hearing Research. 403: 108188
Zan P, Presacco A, Anderson S, et al. (2020) Exaggerated Cortical Representation of Speech in Older Listeners: Mutual Information Analysis. Journal of Neurophysiology
Anderson S, Karawani H. (2020) Objective evidence of temporal processing deficits in older adults. Hearing Research. 108053
Kulasingham JP, Brodbeck C, Presacco A, et al. (2020) High Gamma Cortical Processing of Continuous Speech in Younger and Older Listeners. Neuroimage. 117291
Xie Z, Shader MJ, Gordon-Salant S, et al. (2020) Letter to the Editor: Possible Sex Effects on the Processing of Temporal Cues in Word Segments in Adult Cochlear-Implant Users. Trends in Hearing. 24: 2331216520946675
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