Amanda Lash

Rotman Research Institute, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
Cognitive aging
"Amanda Lash"
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Payne BR, Silcox JW, Crandell HA, et al. (2021) Text Captioning Buffers Against the Effects of Background Noise and Hearing Loss on Memory for Speech. Ear and Hearing
Ayasse ND, Lash A, Wingfield A. (2016) Effort Not Speed Characterizes Comprehension of Spoken Sentences by Older Adults with Mild Hearing Impairment. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 8: 329
Wingfield A, Amichetti NM, Lash A. (2015) Cognitive aging and hearing acuity: modeling spoken language comprehension. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 684
Wingfield A, Amichetti NM, Lash A. (2015) Cognitive aging and hearing acuity: Modeling spoken language comprehension Frontiers in Psychology. 6
Wingfield A, Lash A. (2015) Audition and Language Comprehension in Adult Aging: Stability in the Face of Change Handbook of the Psychology of Aging: Eighth Edition. 165-185
Lash A, Wingfield A. (2014) A Bruner-Potter effect in audition? Spoken word recognition in adult aging. Psychology and Aging. 29: 907-12
Lash A, Rogers CS, Zoller A, et al. (2013) Expectation and entropy in spoken word recognition: effects of age and hearing acuity. Experimental Aging Research. 39: 235-53
Lash AA, Coyer SM. (2008) Anemia in older adults. Medsurg Nursing : Official Journal of the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses. 17: 298-304; quiz 305
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