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R Drullman, J M Festen, R Plomp. J Acoust Soc Am 1994
Times Cited: 269







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882 articles co-cited >1



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Speech recognition with primarily temporal cues.
R V Shannon, F G Zeng, V Kamath, J Wygonski, M Ekelid. Science 1995
64

Effect of temporal envelope smearing on speech reception.
R Drullman, J M Festen, R Plomp. J Acoust Soc Am 1994
379
45




Neural Oscillations Carry Speech Rhythm through to Comprehension.
Jonathan E Peelle, Matthew H Davis. Front Psychol 2012
245
25

The modulation transfer function for speech intelligibility.
Taffeta M Elliott, Frédéric E Theunissen. PLoS Comput Biol 2009
196
25

Speech comprehension is correlated with temporal response patterns recorded from auditory cortex.
E Ahissar, S Nagarajan, M Ahissar, A Protopapas, H Mahncke, M M Merzenich. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2001
286
24

Phase-locked responses to speech in human auditory cortex are enhanced during comprehension.
Jonathan E Peelle, Joachim Gross, Matthew H Davis. Cereb Cortex 2013
256
20


Neural processing of amplitude-modulated sounds.
P X Joris, C E Schreiner, A Rees. Physiol Rev 2004
536
18

Chimaeric sounds reveal dichotomies in auditory perception.
Zachary M Smith, Bertrand Delgutte, Andrew J Oxenham. Nature 2002
480
18

Mechanisms underlying selective neuronal tracking of attended speech at a "cocktail party".
Elana M Zion Golumbic, Nai Ding, Stephan Bickel, Peter Lakatos, Catherine A Schevon, Guy M McKhann, Robert R Goodman, Ronald Emerson, Ashesh D Mehta, Jonathan Z Simon,[...]. Neuron 2013
413
15


Speech rhythms and multiplexed oscillatory sensory coding in the human brain.
Joachim Gross, Nienke Hoogenboom, Gregor Thut, Philippe Schyns, Stefano Panzeri, Pascal Belin, Simon Garrod. PLoS Biol 2013
268
14




Temporal modulations in speech and music.
Nai Ding, Aniruddh D Patel, Lin Chen, Henry Butler, Cheng Luo, David Poeppel. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2017
136
13


Temporal envelope processing in the human left and right auditory cortices.
Catherine Liégeois-Chauvel, Christian Lorenzi, Agnès Trébuchon, Jean Régis, Patrick Chauvel. Cereb Cortex 2004
116
12

Human auditory steady-state responses.
Terence W Picton, M Sasha John, Andrew Dimitrijevic, David Purcell. Int J Audiol 2003
503
12


Reconstructing speech from human auditory cortex.
Brian N Pasley, Stephen V David, Nima Mesgarani, Adeen Flinker, Shihab A Shamma, Nathan E Crone, Robert T Knight, Edward F Chang. PLoS Biol 2012
275
11


Temporal envelope of time-compressed speech represented in the human auditory cortex.
Kirill V Nourski, Richard A Reale, Hiroyuki Oya, Hiroto Kawasaki, Christopher K Kovach, Haiming Chen, Matthew A Howard, John F Brugge. J Neurosci 2009
144
11

Benefit of high-rate envelope cues in vocoder processing: effect of number of channels and spectral region.
Michael A Stone, Christian Füllgrabe, Brian C J Moore. J Acoust Soc Am 2008
67
16


Reduced phase locking to slow amplitude modulation in adults with dyslexia: an MEG study.
Jarmo A Hämäläinen, André Rupp, Fruzsina Soltész, Denes Szücs, Usha Goswami. Neuroimage 2012
85
11


Spectro-temporal modulation transfer functions and speech intelligibility.
T Chi, Y Gao, M C Guyton, P Ru, S Shamma. J Acoust Soc Am 1999
157
10

Altered low-γ sampling in auditory cortex accounts for the three main facets of dyslexia.
Katia Lehongre, Franck Ramus, Nadège Villiermet, Denis Schwartz, Anne-Lise Giraud. Neuron 2011
147
10

Lexical information drives perceptual learning of distorted speech: evidence from the comprehension of noise-vocoded sentences.
Matthew H Davis, Ingrid S Johnsrude, Alexis Hervais-Adelman, Karen Taylor, Carolyn McGettigan. J Exp Psychol Gen 2005
273
10


Representation of the temporal envelope of sounds in the human brain.
A L Giraud, C Lorenzi, J Ashburner, J Wable, I Johnsrude, R Frackowiak, A Kleinschmidt. J Neurophysiol 2000
237
10

Intracerebral sources of human auditory steady-state responses.
Anthony T Herdman, Otavio Lins, Patricia Van Roon, David R Stapells, Michael Scherg, Terence W Picton. Brain Topogr 2002
251
10

Aging Affects Neural Synchronization to Speech-Related Acoustic Modulations.
Tine Goossens, Charlotte Vercammen, Jan Wouters, Astrid van Wieringen. Front Aging Neurosci 2016
51
19

Attentional gain control of ongoing cortical speech representations in a "cocktail party".
Jess R Kerlin, Antoine J Shahin, Lee M Miller. J Neurosci 2010
257
9

FieldTrip: Open source software for advanced analysis of MEG, EEG, and invasive electrophysiological data.
Robert Oostenveld, Pascal Fries, Eric Maris, Jan-Mathijs Schoffelen. Comput Intell Neurosci 2011
9

Low-frequency neuronal oscillations as instruments of sensory selection.
Charles E Schroeder, Peter Lakatos. Trends Neurosci 2009
882
9

Hierarchical and asymmetric temporal sensitivity in human auditory cortices.
Anthony Boemio, Stephen Fromm, Allen Braun, David Poeppel. Nat Neurosci 2005
364
9


The cortical organization of speech processing.
Gregory Hickok, David Poeppel. Nat Rev Neurosci 2007
9

A "rationalized" arcsine transform.
G A Studebaker. J Speech Hear Res 1985
9

Encoding of natural sounds at multiple spectral and temporal resolutions in the human auditory cortex.
Roberta Santoro, Michelle Moerel, Federico De Martino, Rainer Goebel, Kamil Ugurbil, Essa Yacoub, Elia Formisano. PLoS Comput Biol 2014
106
9

Modulation spectra of natural sounds and ethological theories of auditory processing.
Nandini C Singh, Frédéric E Theunissen. J Acoust Soc Am 2003
273
9



Low-Frequency Cortical Entrainment to Speech Reflects Phoneme-Level Processing.
Giovanni M Di Liberto, James A O'Sullivan, Edmund C Lalor. Curr Biol 2015
178
9

Potentials evoked by the sinusoidal modulation of the amplitude or frequency of a tone.
T W Picton, C R Skinner, S C Champagne, A J Kellett, A C Maiste. J Acoust Soc Am 1987
193
8


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