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Co-Authors

This is a "connection" page, showing publications co-authored by Mark Eckert and Judy Dubno.
Connection Strength

7.830
  1. Unique patterns of hearing loss and cognition in older adults' neural responses to cues for speech recognition difficulty. Brain Struct Funct. 2022 Jan; 227(1):203-218.
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    Score: 0.848
  2. Translational and interdisciplinary insights into presbyacusis: A multidimensional disease. Hear Res. 2021 03 15; 402:108109.
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    Score: 0.795
  3. Age-Related Hearing Loss Associations With Changes in Brain Morphology. Trends Hear. 2019 Jan-Dec; 23:2331216519857267.
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    Score: 0.700
  4. Self-Assessed Hearing Handicap in Older Adults With Poorer-Than-Predicted Speech Recognition in Noise. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 2017 01 01; 60(1):251-262.
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    Score: 0.609
  5. White matter hyperintensities predict low frequency hearing in older adults. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2013 Jun; 14(3):425-33.
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    Score: 0.469
  6. Auditory cortex signs of age-related hearing loss. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2012 Oct; 13(5):703-13.
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    Score: 0.443
  7. At the heart of the ventral attention system: the right anterior insula. Hum Brain Mapp. 2009 Aug; 30(8):2530-41.
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    Score: 0.364
  8. Age-related effects on word recognition: reliance on cognitive control systems with structural declines in speech-responsive cortex. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2008 Jun; 9(2):252-9.
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    Score: 0.329
  9. Probability Distributions for Associations Between Cognitive Screening and Pure-tone Thresholds in Older Adults. Ear Hear. 2022 Dec 23.
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    Score: 0.230
  10. Evidence for cortical adjustments to perceptual decision criteria during word recognition in noise. Neuroimage. 2022 06; 253:119042.
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    Score: 0.218
  11. Metabolic and Sensory Components of Age-Related Hearing Loss. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2022 04; 23(2):253-272.
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    Score: 0.216
  12. Neural Presbyacusis in Humans Inferred from Age-Related Differences in Auditory Nerve Function and Structure. J Neurosci. 2021 12 15; 41(50):10293-10304.
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    Score: 0.213
  13. Age-related differences in olfactory cleft volume in adults: A computational volumetric study. Laryngoscope. 2019 02; 129(2):E55-E60.
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    Score: 0.172
  14. Joint modeling of multivariate hearing thresholds measured longitudinally at multiple frequencies. Commun Stat Theory Methods. 2018; 47(22):5418-5434.
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    Score: 0.165
  15. Cingulo-opercular activity affects incidental memory encoding for speech in noise. Neuroimage. 2017 08 15; 157:381-387.
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    Score: 0.157
  16. Cognitive persistence: Development and validation of a novel measure from the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test. Neuropsychologia. 2017 Jul 28; 102:95-108.
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    Score: 0.157
  17. Longitudinal Changes in Audiometric Phenotypes of Age-Related Hearing Loss. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2017 Apr; 18(2):371-385.
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    Score: 0.151
  18. Task-Related Vigilance During Word Recognition in Noise for Older Adults with Hearing Loss. Exp Aging Res. 2016; 42(1):50-66.
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    Score: 0.142
  19. Cingulo-Opercular Function During Word Recognition in Noise for Older Adults with Hearing Loss. Exp Aging Res. 2016; 42(1):67-82.
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    Score: 0.142
  20. Cortical activity predicts which older adults recognize speech in noise and when. J Neurosci. 2015 Mar 04; 35(9):3929-37.
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    Score: 0.134
  21. Speech-perception training for older adults with hearing loss impacts word recognition and effort. Psychophysiology. 2014 Oct; 51(10):1046-57.
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    Score: 0.128
  22. The cingulo-opercular network provides word-recognition benefit. J Neurosci. 2013 Nov 27; 33(48):18979-86.
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    Score: 0.123
  23. Classifying human audiometric phenotypes of age-related hearing loss from animal models. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2013 Oct; 14(5):687-701.
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    Score: 0.119
  24. Pupil size varies with word listening and response selection difficulty in older adults with hearing loss. Psychophysiology. 2013 Jan; 50(1):23-34.
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    Score: 0.114
  25. Human evoked cortical activity to silent gaps in noise: effects of age, attention, and cortical processing speed. Ear Hear. 2012 May-Jun; 33(3):330-9.
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    Score: 0.110
  26. Inferior frontal sensitivity to common speech sounds is amplified by increasing word intelligibility. Neuropsychologia. 2011 Nov; 49(13):3563-72.
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    Score: 0.105
  27. Word intelligibility and age predict visual cortex activity during word listening. Cereb Cortex. 2012 Jun; 22(6):1360-71.
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    Score: 0.105
  28. Age-related differences in gap detection: effects of task difficulty and cognitive ability. Hear Res. 2010 Jun 01; 264(1-2):21-9.
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    Score: 0.092
  29. Speech recognition in younger and older adults: a dependency on low-level auditory cortex. J Neurosci. 2009 May 13; 29(19):6078-87.
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    Score: 0.090
  30. Unsupervised Clustering of Olfactory Phenotypes. Am J Rhinol Allergy. 2022 Nov; 36(6):796-803.
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    Score: 0.056
  31. Cingulo-opercular adaptive control for younger and older adults during a challenging gap detection task. J Neurosci Res. 2020 04; 98(4):680-691.
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    Score: 0.046
  32. Radiologic changes in the aging nasal cavity. Rhinology. 2019 Apr 01; 57(2):117-124.
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    Score: 0.044
  33. Novel Radiographic Assessment of the Cribriform Plate. Am J Rhinol Allergy. 2018 May; 32(3):175-180.
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    Score: 0.042
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