Stuart Rosen

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University College London, London, United Kingdom 
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Green T, Faulkner A, Rosen S. (2019) Computer-Based Connected-Text Training of Speech-in-Noise Perception for Cochlear Implant Users. Trends in Hearing. 23: 2331216519843878
Schoof T, Rosen S. (2016) The Role of Age-Related Declines in Subcortical Auditory Processing in Speech Perception in Noise. Journal of the Association For Research in Otolaryngology : Jaro
Iverson P, Wagner A, Rosen S. (2016) Effects of language experience on pre-categorical perception: Distinguishing general from specialized processes in speech perception. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 139: 1799
Füllgrabe C, Rosen S. (2016) Investigating the role of working memory in speech-in-noise identification for listeners with normal hearing Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 894: 29-36
Knowland VC, Evans S, Snell C, et al. (2016) Visual Speech Perception in Children With Language Learning Impairments. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 59: 1-14
Füllgrabe C, Rosen S. (2016) On the (un)importance of working memory in speech-in-noise processing for listeners with normal hearing thresholds Frontiers in Psychology. 7
Knowland VCP, Evans S, Snell C, et al. (2016) Visual speech perception in children with language learning impairments Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 59: 1-14
Evans S, McGettigan C, Agnew ZK, et al. (2015) Getting the Cocktail Party Started: Masking Effects in Speech Perception. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-18
Rosen S, Zhang Y, Speers K. (2015) Spectral density affects the intelligibility of tone-vocoded speech: Implications for cochlear implant simulations. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 138: EL318
Schoof T, Rosen S. (2015) High sentence predictability increases the fluctuating masker benefit. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 138: EL181
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