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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
10052016
The effects of hearing aid use on listening effort and mental fatigue associated with sustained speech processing demands
BWY Hornsby
Ear and hearing 34 (5), 523-534, 2013
3632013
Sound quality measures for speech in noise through a commercial hearing aid implementing
TA Ricketts, BWY Hornsby
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 16 (05), 270-277, 2005
2002005
The effects of digital noise reduction on the acceptance of background noise
HG Mueller, J Weber, BWY Hornsby
Trends in Amplification 10 (2), 83-93, 2006
1852006
How hearing aids, background noise, and visual cues influence objective listening effort
EM Picou, TA Ricketts, BWY Hornsby
Ear and hearing 34 (5), e52-e64, 2013
1832013
A taxonomy of fatigue concepts and their relation to hearing loss
BWY Hornsby, G Naylor, FH Bess
Ear and hearing 37, 136S-144S, 2016
1792016
Commentary: Listening can be exhausting—Fatigue in children and adults with hearing loss
FH Bess, BWY Hornsby
Ear and hearing 35 (6), 592-599, 2014
1632014
Visual cues and listening effort: Individual variability
EM Picou, TA Ricketts, BWY Hornsby
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2011
1612011
Auditory spatial resolution in horizontal, vertical, and diagonal planes
DW Grantham, BWY Hornsby, EA Erpenbeck
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 114 (2), 1009-1022, 2003
1252003
Subjective fatigue in children with hearing loss: Some preliminary findings
BWY Hornsby, K Werfel, S Camarata, FH Bess
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2014
1162014
The effects of hearing loss on the contribution of high-and low-frequency speech information to speech understanding. II. Sloping hearing loss
BWY Hornsby, TA Ricketts
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 119 (3), 1752-63, 2006
1082006
Distance and reverberation effects on directional benefit
TA Ricketts, BWY Hornsby
Ear and Hearing 24 (6), 472-484, 2003
982003
The effects of hearing loss on the contribution of high-and low-frequency speech information to speech understanding
BWY Hornsby, TA Ricketts
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 113 (3), 1706-17, 2003
932003
Subjective ratings of fatigue and vigor in adults with hearing loss are driven by perceived hearing difficulties not degree of hearing loss
BWY Hornsby, AM Kipp
Ear and Hearing 37 (1), e1-e10, 2016
902016
Behavioral measures of listening effort in school-age children: Examining the effects of signal-to-noise ratio, hearing loss, and amplification
R McGarrigle, SJ Gustafson, BWY Hornsby, FH Bess
Ear and Hearing 40 (2), 381-392, 2019
872019
Effects of degree and configuration of hearing loss on the contribution of high-and low-frequency speech information to bilateral speech understanding
BWY Hornsby, EE Johnson, E Picou
Ear and hearing 32 (5), 543-555, 2011
802011
Effects of noise source configuration on directional benefit using symmetric and asymmetric directional hearing aid fittings
BWY Hornsby, TA Ricketts
Ear and Hearing 28 (2), 177-186, 2007
782007
The Speech Intelligibility Index: What is it and what's it good for?
BWY Hornsby
The Hearing Journal 57 (10), 10-17, 2004
752004
Listening-related fatigue in children with unilateral hearing loss
FH Bess, H Davis, S Camarata, BWY Hornsby
Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools 51 (1), 84-97, 2020
702020
The effects of compression ratio, signal-to-noise ratio, and level on speech recognition in normal-hearing listeners
BWY Hornsby, TA Ricketts
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 109 (6), 2964-2973, 2001
652001
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