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Ting Zhang, Anthony J Spahr, Michael F Dorman, Aniket Saoji. Ear Hear 2013
Times Cited: 52







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389 articles co-cited >1



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Speech and melody recognition in binaurally combined acoustic and electric hearing.
Ying-Yee Kong, Ginger S Stickney, Fan-Gang Zeng. J Acoust Soc Am 2005
268
40

Combined electric and contralateral acoustic hearing: word and sentence recognition with bimodal hearing.
René H Gifford, Michael F Dorman, Sharon A McKarns, Anthony J Spahr. J Speech Lang Hear Res 2007
111
38

Speech perception for adults who use hearing aids in conjunction with cochlear implants in opposite ears.
Mansze Mok, David Grayden, Richard C Dowell, David Lawrence. J Speech Lang Hear Res 2006
127
34

The benefits of combining acoustic and electric stimulation for the recognition of speech, voice and melodies.
Michael F Dorman, Rene H Gifford, Anthony J Spahr, Sharon A McKarns. Audiol Neurootol 2008
172
32

Revised CNC lists for auditory tests.
G E PETERSON, I LEHISTE. J Speech Hear Disord 1962
500
32

The benefits of bimodal hearing: effect of frequency region and acoustic bandwidth.
Sterling W Sheffield, René H Gifford. Audiol Neurootol 2014
39
43

Development and validation of the AzBio sentence lists.
Anthony J Spahr, Michael F Dorman, Leonid M Litvak, Susan Van Wie, Rene H Gifford, Philipos C Loizou, Louise M Loiselle, Tyler Oakes, Sarah Cook. Ear Hear 2012
275
28

Evaluation of the bimodal benefit in a large cohort of cochlear implant subjects using a contralateral hearing aid.
Angelika Illg, Margarete Bojanowicz, Anke Lesinski-Schiedat, Thomas Lenarz, Andreas Büchner. Otol Neurotol 2014
43
30

Benefit of wearing a hearing aid on the unimplanted ear in adult users of a cochlear implant.
Camille C Dunn, Richard S Tyler, Shelley A Witt. J Speech Lang Hear Res 2005
130
23

Advantages of binaural hearing provided through bimodal stimulation via a cochlear implant and a conventional hearing aid: a 6-month comparative study.
C Morera, M Manrique, A Ramos, L Garcia-Ibanez, L Cavalle, A Huarte, C Castillo, E Estrada. Acta Otolaryngol 2005
84
23


A meta-analysis to compare speech recognition in noise with bilateral cochlear implants and bimodal stimulation.
Erin C Schafer, Amyn M Amlani, Daniele Paiva, Ladan Nozari, Sybil Verret. Int J Audiol 2011
45
24


Relationship between perception of spectral ripple and speech recognition in cochlear implant and vocoder listeners.
Leonid M Litvak, Anthony J Spahr, Aniket A Saoji, Gene Y Fridman. J Acoust Soc Am 2007
128
19


Availability of binaural cues for bilateral implant recipients and bimodal listeners with and without preserved hearing in the implanted ear.
René H Gifford, Michael F Dorman, Sterling W Sheffield, Kate Teece, Amy P Olund. Audiol Neurootol 2014
63
19



A Retrospective Multicenter Study Comparing Speech Perception Outcomes for Bilateral Implantation and Bimodal Rehabilitation.
Peter J Blamey, Bert Maat, Deniz Başkent, Deborah Mawman, Elaine Burke, Norbert Dillier, Andy Beynon, Andrea Kleine-Punte, Paul J Govaerts, Piotr H Skarzynski,[...]. Ear Hear 2015
45
22

Factors constraining the benefit to speech understanding of combining information from low-frequency hearing and a cochlear implant.
Michael F Dorman, Sarah Cook, Anthony Spahr, Ting Zhang, Louise Loiselle, David Schramm, JoAnne Whittingham, Rene Gifford. Hear Res 2015
37
27

Should children who use cochlear implants wear hearing aids in the opposite ear?
T Y Ching, C Psarros, M Hill, H Dillon, P Incerti. Ear Hear 2001
136
17

Low-frequency speech cues and simulated electric-acoustic hearing.
Christopher A Brown, Sid P Bacon. J Acoust Soc Am 2009
72
17

Evidence for the expansion of adult cochlear implant candidacy.
René H Gifford, Michael F Dorman, Jon K Shallop, Sarah A Sydlowski. Ear Hear 2010
115
17

Spectral modulation detection and vowel and consonant identifications in cochlear implant listeners.
Aniket A Saoji, Leonid Litvak, Anthony J Spahr, David A Eddins. J Acoust Soc Am 2009
66
17




Contributions of electric and acoustic hearing to bimodal speech and music perception.
Joseph D Crew, John J Galvin, David M Landsberger, Qian-Jie Fu. PLoS One 2015
36
25


Spectral-ripple resolution correlates with speech reception in noise in cochlear implant users.
Jong Ho Won, Ward R Drennan, Jay T Rubinstein. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol 2007
167
15

The Speech, Spatial and Qualities of Hearing Scale (SSQ).
Stuart Gatehouse, William Noble. Int J Audiol 2004
683
15

Cochlear dead regions constrain the benefit of combining acoustic stimulation with electric stimulation.
Ting Zhang, Michael F Dorman, Rene Gifford, Brian C J Moore. Ear Hear 2014
32
25

Contralateral hearing aid use in cochlear implanted patients: multicenter study of bimodal benefit.
Constantino Morera, Laura Cavalle, Manuel Manrique, Alicia Huarte, Ramos Angel, Angel Osorio, Luis Garcia-Ibañez, Elisabeth Estrada, Constantino Morera-Ballester. Acta Otolaryngol 2012
44
18

Achieving electric-acoustic benefit with a modulated tone.
Christopher A Brown, Sid P Bacon. Ear Hear 2009
59
15

Unintelligible low-frequency sound enhances simulated cochlear-implant speech recognition in noise.
Janice E Chang, John Y Bai, Fan-Gang Zeng. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng 2006
69
15

Bimodal benefit depends on the performance difference between a cochlear implant and a hearing aid.
Yang-Soo Yoon, You-Ree Shin, Jae-Sook Gho, Qian-Jie Fu. Cochlear Implants Int 2015
25
32

Self-Reported Usage, Functional Benefit, and Audiologic Characteristics of Cochlear Implant Patients Who Use a Contralateral Hearing Aid.
Arlene C Neuman, Susan B Waltzman, William H Shapiro, Jonathan D Neukam, Annette M Zeman, Mario A Svirsky. Trends Hear 2017
16
50

Recognition and localization of speech by adult cochlear implant recipients wearing a digital hearing aid in the nonimplanted ear (bimodal hearing).
Lisa G Potts, Margaret W Skinner, Ruth A Litovsky, Michael J Strube, Francis Kuk. J Am Acad Audiol 2009
93
15

The Effects of Acoustic Bandwidth on Simulated Bimodal Benefit in Children and Adults with Normal Hearing.
Sterling W Sheffield, Michelle Simha, Kelly N Jahn, René H Gifford. Ear Hear 2016
15
53


Assessing the role of spectral and intensity cues in spectral ripple detection and discrimination in cochlear-implant users.
Elizabeth S Anderson, Andrew J Oxenham, Peggy B Nelson, David A Nelson. J Acoust Soc Am 2012
44
15



Comparing spatial tuning curves, spectral ripple resolution, and speech perception in cochlear implant users.
Elizabeth S Anderson, David A Nelson, Heather Kreft, Peggy B Nelson, Andrew J Oxenham. J Acoust Soc Am 2011
60
13


Patients utilizing a hearing aid and a cochlear implant: speech perception and localization.
Richard S Tyler, Aaron J Parkinson, Blake S Wilson, Shelley Witt, John P Preece, William Noble. Ear Hear 2002
143
13

Speech-discrimination scores modeled as a binomial variable.
A R Thornton, M J Raffin. J Speech Hear Res 1978
433
13

Speech recognition and acoustic features in combined electric and acoustic stimulation.
Yang-soo Yoon, Yongxin Li, Qian-Jie Fu. J Speech Lang Hear Res 2012
31
22


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