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Dana R Murphy, Fergus I M Craik, Karen Z H Li, Bruce A Schneider. Psychol Aging 2000
Times Cited: 164







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735 articles co-cited >1



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How young and old adults listen to and remember speech in noise.
M K Pichora-Fuller, B A Schneider, M Daneman. J Acoust Soc Am 1995
671
50

Hearing loss and perceptual effort: downstream effects on older adults' memory for speech.
Sandra L McCoy, Patricia A Tun, L Clarke Cox, Marianne Colangelo, Raj A Stewart, Arthur Wingfield. Q J Exp Psychol A 2005
290
46



Aging, hearing acuity, and the attentional costs of effortful listening.
Patricia A Tun, Sandra McCoy, Arthur Wingfield. Psychol Aging 2009
275
27

The Ease of Language Understanding (ELU) model: theoretical, empirical, and clinical advances.
Jerker Rönnberg, Thomas Lunner, Adriana Zekveld, Patrik Sörqvist, Henrik Danielsson, Björn Lyxell, Orjan Dahlström, Carine Signoret, Stefan Stenfelt, M Kathleen Pichora-Fuller,[...]. Front Syst Neurosci 2013
493
24

Cognition counts: a working memory system for ease of language understanding (ELU).
Jerker Rönnberg, Mary Rudner, Catharina Foo, Thomas Lunner. Int J Audiol 2008
303
22


Investigating the influence of continuous babble on auditory short-term memory performance.
Antje Heinrich, Bruce A Schneider, Fergus I M Craik. Q J Exp Psychol (Hove) 2008
71
26

Objective measures of listening effort: effects of background noise and noise reduction.
Anastasios Sarampalis, Sridhar Kalluri, Brent Edwards, Ervin Hafter. J Speech Lang Hear Res 2009
264
19





Effects of noise and working memory capacity on memory processing of speech for hearing-aid users.
Elaine Hoi Ning Ng, Mary Rudner, Thomas Lunner, Michael Syskind Pedersen, Jerker Rönnberg. Int J Audiol 2013
135
16

Listening to discourse in distracting settings: the effects of aging.
B A Schneider, M Daneman, D R Murphy, S K See. Psychol Aging 2000
108
15



Effects of noise on identification and serial recall of nonsense syllables in older and younger adults.
Aimee M Surprenant. Neuropsychol Dev Cogn B Aging Neuropsychol Cogn 2007
59
22

Working memory supports listening in noise for persons with hearing impairment.
Mary Rudner, Jerker Rönnberg, Thomas Lunner. J Am Acad Audiol 2011
127
13



Listening effort and fatigue in school-age children with and without hearing loss.
Candace Bourland Hick, Anne Marie Tharpe. J Speech Lang Hear Res 2002
236
12

Hearing Impairment and Cognitive Energy: The Framework for Understanding Effortful Listening (FUEL).
M Kathleen Pichora-Fuller, Sophia E Kramer, Mark A Eckert, Brent Edwards, Benjamin W Y Hornsby, Larry E Humes, Ulrike Lemke, Thomas Lunner, Mohan Matthen, Carol L Mackersie,[...]. Ear Hear 2016
448
12

The relationship between working memory capacity and executive functioning: evidence for a common executive attention construct.
David P McCabe, Henry L Roediger, Mark A McDaniel, David A Balota, David Z Hambrick. Neuropsychology 2010
357
11

Effects of adult aging and hearing loss on comprehension of rapid speech varying in syntactic complexity.
Arthur Wingfield, Sandra L McCoy, Jonathan E Peelle, Patricia A Tun, L Clarke Cox. J Am Acad Audiol 2006
121
11

Evaluating the effort expended to understand speech in noise using a dual-task paradigm: the effects of providing visual speech cues.
Sarah Fraser, Jean-Pierre Gagné, Majolaine Alepins, Pascale Dubois. J Speech Lang Hear Res 2010
105
11



The unity and diversity of executive functions and their contributions to complex "Frontal Lobe" tasks: a latent variable analysis.
A Miyake, N P Friedman, M J Emerson, A H Witzki, A Howerter, T D Wager. Cogn Psychol 2000
10


A "rationalized" arcsine transform.
G A Studebaker. J Speech Hear Res 1985
10

Distraction by competing speech in young and older adult listeners.
Patricia A Tun, Gail O'Kane, Arthur Wingfield. Psychol Aging 2002
181
9



Visual cues and listening effort: individual variability.
Erin M Picou, Todd A Ricketts, Benjamin W Y Hornsby. J Speech Lang Hear Res 2011
61
14

Pupillometry as a measure of cognitive effort in younger and older adults.
Tepring Piquado, Derek Isaacowitz, Arthur Wingfield. Psychophysiology 2010
158
9

How hearing aids, background noise, and visual cues influence objective listening effort.
Erin M Picou, Todd A Ricketts, Benjamin W Y Hornsby. Ear Hear 2013
80
11


Effortful listening: the processing of degraded speech depends critically on attention.
Conor J Wild, Afiqah Yusuf, Daryl E Wilson, Jonathan E Peelle, Matthew H Davis, Ingrid S Johnsrude. J Neurosci 2012
202
9

Pupil size varies with word listening and response selection difficulty in older adults with hearing loss.
Stefanie E Kuchinsky, Jayne B Ahlstrom, Kenneth I Vaden, Stephanie L Cute, Larry E Humes, Judy R Dubno, Mark A Eckert. Psychophysiology 2013
104
9


The Montreal Cognitive Assessment, MoCA: a brief screening tool for mild cognitive impairment.
Ziad S Nasreddine, Natalie A Phillips, Valérie Bédirian, Simon Charbonneau, Victor Whitehead, Isabelle Collin, Jeffrey L Cummings, Howard Chertkow. J Am Geriatr Soc 2005
9

Listening effort and fatigue: what exactly are we measuring? A British Society of Audiology Cognition in Hearing Special Interest Group 'white paper'.
Ronan McGarrigle, Kevin J Munro, Piers Dawes, Andrew J Stewart, David R Moore, Johanna G Barry, Sygal Amitay. Int J Audiol 2014
228
9

Cognitive aging and auditory information processing.
M Kathleen Pichora-Fuller. Int J Audiol 2003
156
8

Assessing aspects of auditory handicap by means of pupil dilatation.
S E Kramer, T S Kapteyn, J M Festen, D J Kuik. Audiology 1997
88
9


Older adults expend more listening effort than young adults recognizing speech in noise.
Penny Anderson Gosselin, Jean-Pierre Gagné. J Speech Lang Hear Res 2011
127
8


When cognition kicks in: working memory and speech understanding in noise.
Jerker Rönnberg, Mary Rudner, Thomas Lunner, Adriana A Zekveld. Noise Health 2010
128
8


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.