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Auditory cortex signs of age-related hearing loss.
Pupil size varies with word listening and response selection difficulty in older adults with hearing loss.
White matter hyperintensities predict low frequency hearing in older adults.
Hearing Loss, High-Frequency
Hearing Loss, Sensorineural
Auditory-evoked cortical activity: contribution of brain noise, phase locking, and spectral power.
Task-Related Vigilance During Word Recognition in Noise for Older Adults with Hearing Loss.
Cingulo-Opercular Function During Word Recognition in Noise for Older Adults with Hearing Loss.
Longitudinal Changes in Audiometric Phenotypes of Age-Related Hearing Loss.
A Novel Communication Value Task Demonstrates Evidence of Response Bias in Cases with Presbyacusis.
Age effects on perceptual organization of speech: Contributions of glimpsing, phonemic restoration, and speech segregation.
Transient-Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions Reflect Audiometric Patterns of Age-Related Hearing Loss.
Age-Related Hearing Loss Associations With Changes in Brain Morphology.
Age Effects on Cochlear Reflectance in Adults.
Translational and interdisciplinary insights into presbyacusis: A multidimensional disease.
Unique patterns of hearing loss and cognition in older adults' neural responses to cues for speech recognition difficulty.
Metabolic and Sensory Components of Age-Related Hearing Loss.