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Speech recognition in younger and older adults: a dependency on low-level auditory cortex.
Age-related differences in gap detection: effects of task difficulty and cognitive ability.
Word intelligibility and age predict visual cortex activity during word listening.
Inferior frontal sensitivity to common speech sounds is amplified by increasing word intelligibility.
Time-Compressed Speech Identification Is Predicted by Auditory Neural Processing, Perceptuomotor Speed, and Executive Functioning in Younger and Older Listeners.
Sustained envelope periodicity representations are associated with speech-in-noise performance in difficult listening conditions for younger and older adults.
Intra- and interhemispheric white matter tract associations with auditory spatial processing: Distinct normative and aging effects.
Audiovisual speech is more than the sum of its parts: Auditory-visual superadditivity compensates for age-related declines in audible and lipread speech intelligibility.
Early auditory cortical processing predicts auditory speech in noise identification and lipreading.