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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : CVC / consonant-vowel-consonant

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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2018 Development and internal validation of a multivariable prediction model for tinnitus recovery following unilateral cochlear implantation: a cross-sectional retrospective study. AUC, CI
2018 Object-based attention modulates the discrimination of level increments in stop-consonant noise bursts. VC
2018 Syllable retrieval precedes sub-syllabic encoding in Cantonese spoken word production. CV, SOAs
2016 Effects of Biofeedback on Control and Generalization of Nasalization in Typical Speakers. HONC
2016 Letter-Sound Reading: Teaching Preschool Children Print-to-Sound Processing. ---
2016 The Effect of Lexical Content on Dichotic Speech Recognition in Older Adults. ---
2016 The Influence of High-Frequency Envelope Information on Low-Frequency Vowel Identification in Noise. ---
2015 Aided and unaided speech perception by older hearing impaired listeners. HAs, HINT, OHI, ONH, QSIN, SeRT
2015 Effects of the simultaneous application of nonlinear frequency compression and dichotic hearing on the speech recognition of severely hearing-impaired subjects: simulation test. ---
10  2015 Speech perception in older hearing impaired listeners: benefits of perceptual training. HAs, OHI, SeRTs, SNRs
11  2014 Automated screening for high-frequency hearing loss. ASL, BB-triplet, HF, HF-triplet, NH, SRT
12  2014 Exploring the sensitivity of speech-in-noise tests for noise-induced hearing loss. LP, PTA
13  2014 Large-corpus phoneme and word recognition and the generality of lexical context in CVC word perception. ---
14  2014 Mismatch negativity (MMN) reveals inefficient auditory ventral stream function in chronic auditory comprehension impairments. MMN, PTs, WA
15  2013 Lip and tongue movements during phonetic sequences: analysis and definition of normal values. EMA, VCV
16  2012 Subglottal resonances of adult male and female native speakers of American English. SGRs
17  2011 Dichotic speech recognition using CVC word and nonsense CVC syllable stimuli. ANOVA
18  2011 The influence of part-word phonotactic probability/neighborhood density on word learning by preschool children varying in expressive vocabulary. ---
19  2011 When does length cause the word length effect? ---
20  2010 Consonant identification in consonant-vowel-consonant syllables in speech-spectrum noise. SNRs
21  2010 Do Spanish children use the syllable in visual word recognition in learning to read? CV
22  2010 Effects of consonant-vowel intensity ratio on loudness of monosyllabic words. CVRs
23  2010 Factors influencing recognition of interrupted speech. ---
24  2010 Human phoneme recognition depending on speech-intrinsic variability. ASR, HSR, VCV
25  2010 Measuring consonant identification in nonsense syllables, words, and sentences. CaST, SeRTs, SNHL
26  2010 Perceptual contributions to monosyllabic word intelligibility: segmental, lexical, and noise replacement factors. ---
27  2009 Controller design and consonantal contrast coding using a multi-finger tactual display. ---
28  2009 Evoked cortical activity and speech recognition as a function of the number of simulated cochlear implant channels. ---
29  2009 Multiband product rule and consonant identification. CV, VC
30  2009 Teaching sound letter correspondence and consonant-vowel-consonant combinations to young children who use augmentative and alternative communication. AAC
31  2009 What are effective phonological units in Cantonese spoken word planning? ---
32  2008 Binaural intelligibility prediction based on the speech transmission index. STI
33  2008 Remembered instructions with symbolic and perceptual comparisons. SCEs
34  2008 The locus equation as an index of coarticulation in syllables produced by speakers with profound hearing loss. LEs
35  2007 Assessing auditory capabilities in young children. BATIT, LEXSEN
36  2007 Cochlear implant outcomes and quality of life in adults with prelingual deafness. QoSP
37  2007 Hemispheric differences in processing handwritten cursive. LVF/RH, RVF/LH
38  2007 Sensorimotor adaptation to feedback perturbations of vowel acoustics and its relation to perception. ---
39  2007 Voice onset time production in speakers with Alzheimer's disease. AD, BLISS, VOT
40  2006 Functional neuroanatomy of segmenting speech and nonspeech. IFG
41  2006 Impaired hemispheric communication in schizophrenia: a study using the consonant-vowel-consonant task. ---
42  2006 The influence of phoneme position overlap on the phonemic similarity effect in nonword recall. ---
43  2005 Evaluation of phoneme compression schemes designed to compensate for temporal and spectral masking in background noise. anti-USOM, HFC
44  2005 Syllable splitting in literate and preliterate Hebrew speakers: onsets and rimes or bodies and codas? ---
45  2005 The phonological similarity effect in serial recognition. ---
46  2004 Acoustic and perceptual characteristics of vowels produced during simultaneous communication. SA, SC
47  2004 Effects of phonemic awareness instruction on the encoding skills of children with severe speech impairment. SSI
48  2004 Long-term memory for elementary visual percepts: memory psychophysics of context and acquisition effects. WFs
49  2004 Relations among linguistic and cognitive skills and spoken word recognition in adults with cochlear implants. CIs, NH
50  2003 Handedness, measures of hemispheric asymmetry, and lateralised lexical decision. DL
51  2003 Quantitative evaluation of lexical status, word frequency, and neighborhood density as context effects in spoken word recognition. ---
52  2003 The performance of South African English first and second adult speakers on a "low linguistically loaded" central auditory processing test protocol. CAPD, SA
53  2002 Learning phonotactic constraints from brief auditory experience. ---
54  2002 Preservation of second formant transitions during simultaneous communication: a locus equation perspective. SA, SC
55  2001 Are hemispheric strategy differences independent of the level of performance? ---
56  2001 Do infants segment words or recurring contiguous patterns? VC
57  2001 Examination of the neighborhood activation theory in normal and hearing-impaired listeners. NAM
58  2001 Learning a novel grapheme: effects of positional and phonemic context on children's spelling. ---
59  2001 Speech recognition in noise for cochlear implantees with a two-microphone monaural adaptive noise reduction system. SNRs, SRT
60  2001 Target spectral, dynamic spectral, and duration cues in infant perception of German vowels. ---
61  1999 Context-independent dynamic information for the perception of coarticulated vowels. SC
62  1999 Cross-language tests of hemispheric strategies in reading nonwords. RVF
63  1999 Enhancing the speech envelope of continuous interleaved sampling processors for cochlear implants. CIS
64  1999 Presentation of words to separate hemispheres prevents interword illusory conjunctions. ---
65  1998 Ear advantage in dichotic listening after correction for early congenital hearing loss. ---
66  1998 Methylphenidate's effects on paired-associate learning and event-related potentials of young adults. PAL
67  1997 Cerebral asymmetries in processing strategies for letter and symbol trigrams. LVF, RVF/LHEM
68  1997 Effect of time and frequency manipulation on syllable perception in developmental dyslexics. ---
69  1997 Individual differences in lateralization: effects of gender and handedness. ---
70  1997 Production constraints on utterance-final consonant characteristics in babbling. ---
71  1997 [Speech audiometry with logatomes]. VCV
72  1996 Shifts in children's ear asymmetry during verbal and nonverbal auditory-visual association tasks: a "virtual stimulus" effect. ---
73  1995 Errors in short-term memory for speech: a developmental study. ---
74  1994 Hemispheric asymmetry for processing unpronounceable and pronounceable letter trigrams. LVF/RH, RVF/LH
75  1993 A model for context effects in speech recognition. ---
76  1991 Perceptual reference frames and visual field asymmetry for verbal processing. ---
77  1990 Not all nonwords are alike: implications for reading development and theory. ---
78  1990 Spectral and duration properties of front vowels as cues to final stop-consonant voicing. ---
79  1989 Dynamic specification of coarticulated vowels spoken in sentence context. SC
80  1989 Identification of vowels in "vowel-less" syllables by 3-year-olds. ---
81  1989 Interhemispheric interaction when both hemispheres have access to the same stimulus information. LVF-RH, RVF-LH
82  1989 Perception of pre-vocalic and post-vocalic consonants produced by tracheoesophageal speakers. TE
83  1988 Brain responses to semantic anomaly in natural, continuous speech. ---
84  1988 Mathematical treatment of context effects in phoneme and word recognition. HP, LP, pi, pw, S/N, ZP
85  1988 Short-term memory errors for spoken syllables are affected by the linguistic structure of the syllables. ---
86  1988 The effects of hemispatial and asymmetrically focused attention on dichotic listening with normal and learning-disabled children. CV, REA
87  1987 Effects of stress and final-consonant voicing on vowel production: articulatory and acoustic analyses. ---
88  1987 Multiband compression limiting for hearing-impaired listeners. ---
89  1987 The pronunciation of stops in consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) words: a comparison between normal and speech-disordered preschool children. ---
90  1986 Characteristics of speech production after tracheoesophageal puncture: voice onset time and vowel duration. ANOVA, VOT
91  1985 Evaluation of speech production of the hearing impaired: some benefits of forced-choice testing. ---
92  1984 Word recognition with segmented-alternated CVC words: a preliminary report on listeners with normal hearing. ---
93  1980 Age differences in the contingent negative variation (CNV): reduced frontal activity in the elderly. CNV, HR, RTs
94  1980 Increasing the intelligibility of sung vowels. ---