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Factors affecting talker discrimination ability in adult cochlear implant users

Lexical Effects on the Perceived Clarity of Noise-Vocoded Speech in Younger and Older Listeners

Preoperative Reading Efficiency as a Predictor of Adult Cochlear Implant Outcomes

Speech and Language Outcomes in Adults and Children with Cochlear Implants

Talker Adaptation and Lexical Difficulty Impact Word Recognition in Adults with Cochlear Implants

Bottom-Up Signal Quality Impacts the Role of Top-Down Cognitive-Linguistic Processing During Speech Recognition by Adults with Cochlear Implants

Development and structure of the VariaNTS corpus: A spoken Dutch corpus containing talker and linguistic variability

The effects of lexical content, acoustic and linguistic variability, and vocoding on voice cue perception

The Perception of Regional Dialects and Foreign Accents by Cochlear Implant Users

Word and Nonword Reading Efficiency in Postlingually Deafened Adult Cochlear Implant Users

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VICI Grant: Voice perception with a robot