Rehabilitative Audiology
The Role of Cognition in Age-Related Hearing Loss
Cognitive Supports and Cognitive Constraints on Comprehension of Spoken Language
How Competing Speech Interferes with Speech Comprehension in Everyday Listening Situations
The Role of Event-Related Brain Potentials in Assessing Central Auditory Processing
The Contributions of Audibility and Cognitive Factors to the Benefit Provided by Amplified Speech to Older Adults
Interactions between Cognition, Compression, and Listening Conditions
Recognition of Speech in Noise with New Hearing Instrument Compression Release Settings Requires Explicit Cognitive Storage and Processing Capacity
On the Inclusion of Cognitive Aspects within the European Project HearCom
AAA CEU Program