Emma Holmes

Affiliations: 
University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Area:
Auditory perception, attention, cognitive neuroscience
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Griffiths TD, Lad M, Kumar S, et al. (2020) How Can Hearing Loss Cause Dementia? Neuron
Lad M, Holmes E, Chu A, et al. (2020) Speech-in-noise detection is related to auditory working memory precision for frequency. Scientific Reports. 10: 13997
Friston KJ, Sajid N, Quiroga-Martinez DR, et al. (2020) Active listening. Hearing Research. 107998
Friston KJ, Parr T, Yufik Y, et al. (2020) Generative models, linguistic communication and active inference. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Holmes E, Johnsrude IS. (2020) Speech spoken by familiar people is more resistant to interference by linguistically similar speech. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Domingo Y, Holmes E, Macpherson E, et al. (2019) Using spatial release from masking to estimate the magnitude of the familiar-voice intelligibility benefit. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 146: 3487
Holmes E, Griffiths TD. (2019) 'Normal' hearing thresholds and fundamental auditory grouping processes predict difficulties with speech-in-noise perception. Scientific Reports. 9: 16771
Domingo Y, Holmes E, Johnsrude IS. (2019) The benefit to speech intelligibility of hearing a familiar voice. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied
Friston KJ, Diedrichsen J, Holmes E, et al. (2019) Variational representational similarity analysis. Neuroimage
Holmes E, Domingo Y, Johnsrude IS. (2018) Familiar Voices Are More Intelligible, Even if They Are Not Recognized as Familiar. Psychological Science. 956797618779083
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