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Degraded visual and auditory input individually impair audiovisual emotion recognition from speech-like stimuli, but no evidence for an exacerbated effect from combined degradation

Do Musicians and Non-musicians Differ in Speech-on-Speech Processing?

Effect of Spectral Contrast Enhancement on Speech-on-Speech Intelligibility and Voice Cue Sensitivity in Cochlear Implant Users

Non-native prosody perception in cochlear-implant-simulated speech

Processing focus prosody in a second language: Does musicality help?

Processing of prosodically marked focus in a cochlear implant simulation by non-native listeners

Prosody perception in cochlear implant users and vocoder simulations: A meta-analysis

School-age children benefit from voice gender cue differences for the perception of speech in competing speech

Self-reported music perception is related to quality of life and self-reported hearing abilities in cochlear implant users

Development of discrimination and categorization of voice gender cues in school-age children

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Genieten van muziek met een cochleair implantaat kan

New insights in voice perception: It growls, it grumbles, it scratches

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The keen hearing of young musicians

VICI Grant: Voice perception with a robot

VICI Grant in UMCG KennisInzicht

Muziekles voor doven om beter te kunnen horen/De Kennis van Nu

Scientific American Podcast - Bring a Musician to Untangle Cocktail Party Din

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