Thomas Lunner
Thomas Lunner
Senior Scientist at Eriksholm Research Centre (Denmark) and Professor in Cognitive Hearing Science
Verified email at eriksholm.com
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The Ease of Language Understanding (ELU) model: theoretical, empirical, and clinical advances
J Rönnberg, T Lunner, A Zekveld, P Sörqvist, H Danielsson, B Lyxell, ...
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 7, 31, 2013
5112013
Cognition counts: A working memory system for ease of language understanding (ELU)
J Rönnberg, M Rudner, C Foo, T Lunner
International journal of audiology 47 (sup2), S99-S105, 2008
4242008
Cognitive function in relation to hearing aid use
T Lunner
International journal of audiology 42, S49-S58, 2003
3952003
Hearing impairment and cognitive energy: The framework for understanding effortful listening (FUEL)
MK Pichora-Fuller, SE Kramer, MA Eckert, B Edwards, BWY Hornsby, ...
Ear and hearing 37, 5S-27S, 2016
3722016
Interactions between cognition, compression, and listening conditions: Effects on speech-in-noise performance in a two-channel hearing aid
T Lunner, E Sundewall-Thorén
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 18 (7), 604-617, 2007
2542007
The emergence of cognitive hearing science
S Arlinger, T Lunner, B Lyxell, M Kathleen Pichora‐Fuller
Scandinavian journal of psychology 50 (5), 371-384, 2009
2362009
Speech intelligibility in background noise with ideal binary time-frequency masking
DL Wang, U Kjems, MS Pedersen, JB Boldt, T Lunner
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125 (4), 2336-2347, 2009
2092009
Does tape facilitate or inhibit the lower fibres of trapezius?
CM Alexander, S Stynes, A Thomas, J Lewis, PJ Harrison
Manual therapy 8 (1), 37-41, 2003
1972003
Cognition and hearing aids
T Lunner, M Rudner, J Rönnberg
Scandinavian journal of psychology 50 (5), 395-403, 2009
1962009
When cognition kicks in: Working memory and speech understanding in noise
J Rönnberg, M Rudner, T Lunner, AA Zekveld
Noise and Health 12 (49), 263, 2010
1852010
Recognition of speech in noise with new hearing instrument compression release settings requires explicit cognitive storage and processing capacity
C Foo, M Rudner, J Rönnberg, T Lunner
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 18 (7), 618-631, 2007
1772007
Effects of noise and working memory capacity on memory processing of speech for hearing-aid users
EHN Ng, M Rudner, T Lunner, MS Pedersen, J Rönnberg
International Journal of Audiology 52 (7), 433-441, 2013
1732013
Working memory supports listening in noise for persons with hearing impairment
M Rudner, J Rönnberg, T Lunner
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 22 (3), 156-167, 2011
1702011
Role of mask pattern in intelligibility of ideal binary-masked noisy speech
U Kjems, JB Boldt, MS Pedersen, T Lunner, DL Wang
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 126 (3), 1415-1426, 2009
1592009
Working memory capacity may influence perceived effort during aided speech recognition in noise
M Rudner, T Lunner, T Behrens, ES Thorén, J Rönnberg
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 23 (8), 577-589, 2012
1392012
Conducting qualitative research in audiology: A tutorial
LV Knudsen, A Laplante-Levesque, L Jones, JE Preminger, C Nielsen, ...
International journal of audiology 51 (2), 83-92, 2012
1192012
Cognition and aided speech recognition in noise: Specific role for cognitive factors following nine‐week experience with adjusted compression settings in hearing aids
M Rudner, C Foo, J Rönnberg, T Lunner
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 50 (5), 405-418, 2009
1072009
Hearing help-seeking and rehabilitation: Perspectives of adults with hearing impairment
A Laplante-Lévesque, LV Knudsen, JE Preminger, L Jones, C Nielsen, ...
International journal of audiology 51 (2), 93-102, 2012
982012
Best practices in school psychology IV, Vols. 1-2
AE Thomas, JE Grimes
National Association of School Psychologists, 2002
912002
Sealed ESP motor system
GL Araux, SE Buchanan
US Patent 6,863,124, 2005
852005
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