Virginia Best

Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
"Virginia Best"
Mean distance: 15.61 (cluster 29)
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Best V, Roverud E. (2024) Externalization of Speech When Listening With Hearing Aids. Trends in Hearing. 28: 23312165241229572
Miles K, Best V, Buchholz JM. (2024) Feasibility of an Adaptive Version of the Everyday Conversational Sentences in Noise Test. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 67: 680-687
Andrejková G, Best V, Kopčo N. (2023) Time scales of adaptation to context in horizontal sound localization. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 154: 2191-2202
Best V, Boyd AD, Sen K. (2023) An Effect of Gaze Direction in Cocktail Party Listening. Trends in Hearing. 27: 23312165231152356
Baltzell LS, Cardosi D, Swaminathan J, et al. (2022) Binaural consequences of speech envelope enhancement. Jasa Express Letters. 2: 114401
Chou KF, Boyd AD, Best V, et al. (2022) A biologically oriented algorithm for spatial sound segregation. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 16: 1004071
Prud'homme L, Lavandier M, Best V. (2022) Investigating the role of harmonic cancellation in speech-on-speech masking. Hearing Research. 108562
Best V, Baltzell LS, Colburn HS. (2022) Effects of Hearing Loss on Interaural Time Difference Sensitivity at Low and High Frequencies. Trends in Hearing. 26: 23312165221095357
Prud'homme L, Lavandier M, Best V. (2022) A dynamic binaural harmonic-cancellation model to predict speech intelligibility against a harmonic masker varying in intonation, temporal envelope, and location. Hearing Research. 108535
Miles K, Beechey T, Best V, et al. (2022) Measuring Speech Intelligibility and Hearing-Aid Benefit Using Everyday Conversational Sentences in Real-World Environments. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 16: 789565
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