Anastasios Sarampalis
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Objective measures of listening effort: Effects of background noise and noise reduction
A Sarampalis, S Kalluri, B Edwards, E Hafter
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2009
5022009
Listening effort with cochlear implant simulations
C Pals, A Sarampalis, D Başkent
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2013
972013
Auditory stream segregation with cochlear implants: A preliminary report
M Chatterjee, A Sarampalis, SI Oba
Hearing Research 222 (1-2), 100-107, 2006
462006
Validation of a simple response-time measure of listening effort
C Pals, A Sarampalis, H van Rijn, D Başkent
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 138 (3), EL187-EL192, 2015
422015
Auditory attention and filters
ER Hafter, A Sarampalis, P Loui
Auditory perception of sound sources, 115-142, 2008
422008
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
342016
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
122016
Meta-analysis on the identification of linguistic and emotional prosody in cochlear implant users and vocoder simulations
MK Everhardt, A Sarampalis, M Coler, D Baskent, W Lowie
Ear and hearing 41 (5), 1092-1102, 2020
62020
Effects of additional low-pass–filtered speech on listening effort for noise-band–vocoded speech in quiet and in noise
C Pals, A Sarampalis, M van Dijk, D Başkent
Ear and hearing 40 (1), 3, 2019
62019
Cognitive effects of noise reduction strategies
A Sarampalis, S Kalluri, BW Edwards, ER Hafter
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 119 (5), 3239-3239, 2006
62006
Effect of spectral channels on speech recognition, comprehension, and listening effort in cochlear-implant users
C Pals, A Sarampalis, A Beynon, T Stainsby, D Başkent
Trends in hearing 24, 2331216520904617, 2020
52020
Effect of spectral resolution on speech intelligibility, comprehension, and listening effort in cochlear-implant users
C Pals, A Sarampalis, A Beynon, T Stainsby, D Başkent
Listening Effort: The hidden costs and benefits of cochlear implants …, 2016
32016
The effects of acute tryptophan depletion on speech and behavioural mimicry in individuals at familial risk for depression
K Hogenelst, A Sarampalis, NP Leander, BCN Müller, RA Schoevers, ...
Journal of psychopharmacology 30 (3), 303-311, 2016
22016
Second-language learning in adolescents with cochlear implants
D Baskent, DE Jung, W Lowie, A Sarampalis
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 143 (3), 1953-1953, 2018
12018
Attention and effort during speech processing
A Sarampalis
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 134 (5), 4195-4195, 2013
12013
Differences in the processing of spoken sentences between young and elderly normal-hearing adults
A Sarampalis, M Alisch
2013 Annual Conference of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 2013
12013
The effects of noise reduction on cognitive effort in normal-hearing and hearing-impaired listeners
A Sarampalis, S Kalluri, BW Edwards, ER Hafter
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological …, 2007
12007
Non-native prosody perception in cochlear-implant-simulated speech
MK Everhardt, A Sarampalis, M Coler, D Başkent, W Lowie
2021 Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses, 2021
2021
Prosody perception in cochlear implant users and vocoder simulations: A meta-analysis
MK Everhardt, A Sarampalis, M Coler, D Başkent, W Lowie
2021 Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses, 2021
2021
Processing of prosodically marked focus in a cochlear implant simulation by non-native listeners: Preliminary results
MK Everhardt, A Sarampalis, M Coler, D Başkent, W Lowie
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 148 (4), 2721-2721, 2020
2020
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