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Anita E Wagner
Anita E Wagner
UMCG
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Formant transitions in fricative identification: The role of native fricative inventory
A Wagner, M Ernestus, A Cutler
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 120 (4), 2267-2277, 2006
922006
Perception and psychoacoustics of speech in cochlear implant users
D Baskent, E Gaudrain, TN Tamati, A Wagner
Scientific foundations of audiology: Perspectives from physics, biology …, 2016
782016
Cognitive compensation of speech perception with hearing impairment, cochlear implants, and aging: How and to what degree can it be achieved?
D Başkent, J Clarke, C Pals, MR Benard, P Bhargava, J Saija, ...
Trends in Hearing 20, 2331216516670279, 2016
652016
The timing and effort of lexical access in natural and degraded speech
AE Wagner, P Toffanin, D Başkent
Frontiers in psychology 7, 171749, 2016
622016
Individual variations in effort: Assessing pupillometry for the hearing impaired
AE Wagner, L Nagels, P Toffanin, JM Opie, D Başkent
Trends in hearing 23, 2331216519845596, 2019
422019
Is voice quality language-dependent? Acoustic analyses based on speakers of three different languages
A Wagner, A Braun
Language 6 (4), 2, 2003
332003
Physiology, psychoacoustics and cognition in normal and impaired hearing
P Van Dijk, D Başkent, E Gaudrain, E De Kleine, A Wagner, C Lanting
Springer Nature, 2016
282016
Individual differences in lexical access among cochlear implant users
L Nagels, R Bastiaanse, D Başkent, A Wagner
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 63 (1), 286-304, 2020
262020
Mitochondrial Alkbh1 localizes to mtRNA granules and its knockdown induces the mitochondrial UPR in humans and C. elegans
A Wagner, O Hofmeister, SG Rolland, A Maiser, K Aasumets, S Schmitt, ...
Journal of cell science 132 (19), jcs223891, 2019
222019
The cochlear implant EEG artifact recorded from an artificial brain for complex acoustic stimuli
L Wagner, N Maurits, B Maat, D Başkent, AE Wagner
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 26 (2 …, 2018
222018
Does signal degradation affect top–down processing of speech?
A Wagner, C Pals, CM de Blecourt, A Sarampalis, D Başkent
Physiology, psychoacoustics and cognition in normal and impaired hearing …, 2016
212016
Validation of a clinical screening instrument for tumour predisposition syndromes in patients with childhood cancer (TuPS): protocol for a prospective, observational …
FAM Postema, SMJ Hopman, CAJM De Borgie, P Hammond, ...
BMJ open 7 (1), e013237, 2017
202017
Effects of language experience on pre-categorical perception: Distinguishing general from specialized processes in speech perception
P Iverson, A Wagner, S Rosen
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 139 (4), 1799-1809, 2016
172016
Using Pupil Dilation to Measure Cognitive Load When Listening to Text-to-Speech in Quiet and in Noise.
A Govender, AE Wagner, S King
INTERSPEECH, 1551-1555, 2019
152019
Scientific foundations of audiology: Perspectives from physics, biology, modeling, and medicine
D Başkent, E Gaudrain, TN Tamati, A Wagner, AT Cacace, E de Kleine, ...
152016
Spatial release from informational masking declines with age: Evidence from a detection task in a virtual separation paradigm
BH Zobel, A Wagner, LD Sanders, D Başkent
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 146 (1), 548-566, 2019
142019
Cross-language specialization in phonetic processing: English and Hindi perception of/w/-/v/speech and nonspeech
P Iverson, A Wagner, M Pinet, S Rosen
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 130 (5), EL297-EL303, 2011
142011
Cross-language similarities and differences in the uptake of place information
A Wagner
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 133 (6), 4256-4267, 2013
112013
Identification of phonemes: Differences between phoneme classes and the effect of class size
A Wagner, M Ernestus
Phonetica 65 (1-2), 106-127, 2008
112008
Is voice quality language-dependent?
A Braun, A Wagner
na, 2001
102001
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