Book chapters, conference proceedings and unrefereed journal articles

 

1.         B.C.J. Moore, Effects of relative phase of the components on the pitch of three-component complex tones, in Psychophysics and Physiology of Hearing, E.F. Evans and J.P. Wilson, ed., Academic Press, London (1977).

2.         S.M. Rosen, B.C.J. Moore and A.J. Fourcin, Lipreading with fundamental frequency information, in Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics Autumn Conference, (1979).

3.         B.C.J. Moore, Detection cues in forward masking, in Psychophysical, Physiological and Behavioural Studies in Hearing, G. van den Brink and F.A. Bilson, ed., Delft University Press, Delft (1980).

4.         S.M. Rosen, A.J. Fourcin, J.R. Walliker, E.E. Douek and B.C.J. Moore, External electrical stimulation of the cochlea in the totally deaf, in Uses of computers in aiding the disabled, J. Raviv, ed., North-Holland, Amsterdam (1982).

5.         J.R. Walliker, E.E. Douek, A.J. Fourcin, B.C.J. Moore and S.M. Rosen, Speech presentation to the totally deaf, in High technology aids for disabled people, (1982).

6.         A.J. Fourcin, E.E. Douek, B.C.J. Moore and S.M. Rosen, Speech perception with promontory stimulation, in Cochlear Prostheses: An International Symposium, C.E. Parkins and S.W. Anderson, ed., Ann. New York Acad. Sci., New York (1983).

7.         B.C.J. Moore, Psychoacoustics of normal and impaired listeners, in Hearing - Physiological Bases and Psychophysics, R. Klinke and R. Hartmann, ed., Springer-Verlag, Stuttgart (1983).

8.         B.C.J. Moore, The frequency selectivity of the auditory system, in Physiological correlates of human behaviour, A. Gale, ed., Academic Press, London (1983).

9.         B.C.J. Moore, The perception of sound, in Noise and Society, D. Jones and A. Chapman, ed., Wiley, New York (1983).

10.       B.C.J. Moore, E.E. Douek, A.J. Fourcin and S.M. Rosen, Extra-cochlear electrical stimulation with speech patterns: Experience of the EPI Group (U.K), in Cochlear implants in clinical use, W.D. Keidel and P. Finkenzeller, ed., Karger, Basal (1983).

11.       B.C.J. Moore, Human hearing - Basic characteristics and their measurement, in Encyclopedia of systems and control, Pergamon, (1984).

12.       S.M. Rosen, A.J. Fourcin, E. Abberton, J.R. Walliker, D.M. Howard, B.C.J. Moore, E.E. Douek and S. Frampton, Assessing assessment, in Cochlear implants, R.A. Schindler and M.M. Merzenich, ed., Raven Press, New York (1984).

13.       J.R. Walliker, E.E. Douek, S. Frampton, E. Abberton, A.J. Fourcin, D.M. Howard, S. Nevard, S.M. Rosen and B.C.J. Moore, Physical and surgical aspects of external channel electrical stimulation of the totally deaf, in Cochlear implants, R.A. Schindler and M.M. Merzenich, ed., Raven Press, New York (1985).

14.       B.C.J. Moore, Speech coding for cochlear implants, in Cochlear implants, R.F. Gray, ed., Croon-Helm, (1986).

15.       B.C.J. Moore, A.J. Fourcin, S.M. Rosen, E.E. Douek and J.R. Walliker, Extraction and presentation of speech features, in Cochlear Implants, R.A. Schindler and M.M. Merzenich, ed., Raven Press, New York (1986).

16.       B.C.J. Moore and B.R. Glasberg, The relationship between frequency selectivity and frequency discrimination for subjects with unilateral and bilateral cochlear impairments, in Auditory Frequency Selectivity, B.C.J. Moore and R.D. Patterson, ed., Plenum, New York (1986).

17.       B.C.J. Moore and B.R. Glasberg, The role of frequency selectivity in the perception of loudness, pitch and time, in Frequency Selectivity in Hearing, B.C.J. Moore, ed., Academic, London (1986).

18.       B.C.J. Moore and B.J. O'Loughlin, The use of nonsimultaneous masking to measure frequency selectivity and suppression, in Frequency Selectivity in Hearing, B.C.J. Moore, ed., Academic, London (1986).

19.       R.D. Patterson and B.C.J. Moore, Auditory filters and excitation patterns as representations of frequency resolution, in Frequency Selectivity in Hearing, B.C.J. Moore, ed., Academic, London (1986).

20.       B.C.J. Moore, The perception of inharmonic complex tones, in Auditory processing of complex sounds, W.A. Yost and C.S. Watson, ed., Erlbaum, Hillsdale,N.J. (1987).

21.       B.C.J. Moore, Hearing, in Oxford Companion to the Mind, R.L. Gregory, ed., Oxford University Press, Oxford (1987).

22.       B.C.J. Moore, The perception of sound, in Scott Brown's diseases of the ear, nose and throat, A.J. Kerr, ed., Butterworth, (1987).

23.       B.C.J. Moore and B.R. Glasberg, Relationship between psychophysical abilities and speech perception for subjects with unilateral and bilateral cochlear hearing impairments, in Psychophysics of speech perception, M.E.H. Schouten, ed., Nijhoff, Dordrecht (1987).

24.       B.C.J. Moore, Dynamic aspects of auditory masking, in Auditory Function: Neurobiological Bases of Hearing, G. Edelman, W. Gall and W. Cowan, ed., Wiley, New York (1988).

25.       B.C.J. Moore and J. Atkinson, Perception: vision, hearing and pain, in Psychology for Medical Students, T.W. Robbins and P.J. Cooper, ed., (1988).

26.       B.C.J. Moore and B.R. Glasberg, Practical and theoretical considerations in designing and implementing automatic gain control (AGC) in hearing aids, in Clinical Audiology '87, A. Quaranta, ed., Laterza, Bari, Italy (1988).

27.       B.C.J. Moore and B.R. Glasberg, Pitch perception and phase sensitivity for subjects with unilateral and bilateral cochlear hearing impairments, in Clinical Audiology, A. Quaranta, ed., Laterza, Bari, Italy (1988).

28.       B.C.J. Moore and B.R. Glasberg, Effects of the relative phase of the components on the pitch discrimination of complex tones by subjects with unilateral cochlear impairments, in Basic Issues in Hearing, H. Duifhuis, H. Wit and J. Horst, ed., Academic Press, London (1988).

29.       B.C.J. Moore, Psychoacoustic considerations in the design and specification of sound-reproduction equipment, in Subjective and Objective Evaluation of Sound, E. Ozimek, ed., World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore (1990).

30.       B.C.J. Moore and B.R. Glasberg, Frequency selectivity in subjects with cochlear loss and its effects on pitch discrimination and phase sensitivity, in Advances in Audiology, 7, F. Grandori, G. Cianfrone and D.T. Kemp, ed., Karger, Basel (1990).

31.       B.C.J. Moore, J.S. Johnson, V. Pluvinage and T.M. Clark, Multiband dynamic range compression sound processing for hearing impaired patients: effect on intelligibility of speech in background noise, in 1990 Conference on Spoken Language Processing, H. Fujisaki, ed., Kobe, Japan (1990).

32.       D.A. Fantini and B.C.J. Moore, Comodulation masking release (CMR) and profile analysis: the effect of varying modulation depth, in Ninth International Symposium on Hearing: Auditory Physiology and Perception, Y. Cazals, L. Demany and K. Horner, ed., Pergamon, Oxford (1992).

33.       D.A. Fantini and B.C.J. Moore, Across-band processing of dynamically varying signals, in The Auditory Processing of Speech: From Sounds to Words, M.E.H. Schouten, ed., Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin (1992).

34.       B.C.J. Moore, Comodulation masking release and modulation discrimination interference, in The Auditory Processing of Speech: From Sounds to Words, M.E.H. Schouten, ed., Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin (1992).

35.       R.W. Peters and B.C.J. Moore, Auditory filters and aging: filters when auditory thresholds are normal, in Auditory Physiology and Perception, Y. Cazals, L. Demany and K. Horner, ed., Pergamon, Oxford (1992).

36.       B.C.J. Moore, Frequency analysis and pitch perception, in Human Psychophysics, W.A. Yost, A.N. Popper and R.R. Fay, ed., Springer-Verlag, New York (1993).

37.       B.C.J. Moore, Signal processing to compensate for reduced dynamic range, in Recent Developments in Hearing Instrument Technology, J. Beilin and G.R. Jensen, ed., Stougaard Jensen, Copenhagen (1993).

38.       B.C.J. Moore, Characterization of simultaneous, forward and backward masking, in Perception of Reproduced Sound, S. Bech, ed., Audio Engineering Society, New York (1993).

39.       B.C.J. Moore, Temporal resolution in normal and impaired hearing, in Contributions to Psychological Acoustics, A. Schick, ed., Bibliotheks- und Informationssystem der Universität Oldenburg, Oldenburg (1993).

40.       B.C.J. Moore, The perception of sound, in Scott-Brown's Otolaryngology, 6th Edition. Basic Sciences, M. Gleeson, ed., Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (1994).

41.       B.C.J. Moore, Frequency analysis and masking, in Hearing, B.C.J. Moore, ed., Academic Press, Orlando, Florida (1995).

42.       B.C.J. Moore and A. Sek, Auditory filtering and the critical bandwidth at low frequencies, in Advances in Hearing Research, G.A. Manley, G.M. Klump, C. Köppl, H. Fastl and H. Oeckinghaus, ed., World Scientific, Singapore (1995).

43.       B.C.J. Moore, Aspects of auditory processing related to speech perception, in The Handbook of Phonetic Sciences, W.J. Hardcastle and J. Laver, ed., Blackwell, Oxford (1996).

44.       B.C.J. Moore, Masking in the human auditory system, in Collected Papers on Digital Audio Bit-Rate Reduction, N. Gilchrist and C. Grewin, ed., Audio Engineering Society, New York (1996).

45.       B.C.J. Moore, Effects of noise-induced hearing loss on temporal resolution, in Effects of Noise on Hearing: Vth International Symposium, A. Axelsson, H. Borchgrevink, R.P. Hamernik, P. Hellstrom, D. Henderson and R.J. Salvi, ed., Thieme, New York (1996).

46.       B.C.J. Moore, B.R. Glasberg and D.A. Vickers, Factors influencing loudness perception in people with cochlear hearing loss, in Psychoacoustics, Speech and Hearing Aids, B. Kollmeier, ed., World Scientific, Singapore (1996).

47.       B.C.J. Moore and R.F. Laurence, Two-channel hearing aid: rationale, design, implementation and application, in Hearing aids- theory and practice, M. Nolan, ed., Chapman and Hall, London (1996).

48.       B.C.J. Moore and A. Sek, The detection of frequency modulation, in Recent Trends in Hearing Research, H. Fastl, S. Kuwano and A. Schick, ed., Oldenburg University, Oldenburg (1996).

49.       M.M. Rose and B.C.J. Moore, Perceptual grouping of tone sequences in normal and impaired hearing, in Psychoacoustics, Speech and Hearing Aids, B. Kollmeier, ed., World Scientific, Singapore (1996).

50.       A. Sek and B.C.J. Moore, The detection of modulation at low modulation rates, in Auditory Perception: Some Principles and Applications, U. Jorasz, ed., Adam Mickiewicz University Press, Poznan (1996).

51.       T. Baer and B.C.J. Moore, Evaluation of a scheme to compensate for reduced frequency selectivity in hearing-impaired subjects, in Modeling Sensorineural Hearing Loss, W. Jesteadt, ed., Erlbaum, New Jersey (1997).

52.       B.C.J. Moore, Information extraction and perceptual grouping in the auditory system, in Human and Machine Perception: Information Fusion, V. Cantoni, V. Di Gesù, A. Setti and D. Tegolo, ed., Plenum, New York (1997).

53.       B.C.J. Moore, Frequency analysis and pitch perception, in Encyclopedia of Acoustics, Vol. 3, M.J. Crocker, ed., Wiley, New York (1997).

54.       B.C.J. Moore, Audio and visual demonstrations useful for auditory education, in International Symposium on Simulation, Visualization and Auralization for Acoustic Research and Education, S. Kuwano, ed., (1997).

55.       B.C.J. Moore, Psychoacoustic consequences of compression in the peripheral auditory system, in Contributions to Psychological Acoustics, A. Schick and M. Klatte, ed., Bibliotheks- und Informationssystem der Universität Oldenburg, Oldenburg (1997).

56.       A.J. Oxenham and B.C.J. Moore, Modeling the effects of peripheral nonlinearity in listeners with normal and impaired hearing, in Modeling Sensorineural Hearing Loss, W. Jesteadt, ed., Erlbaum, New Jersey (1997).

57.       M.A. Stone, B.C.J. Moore and B.R. Glasberg, A real-time DSP-based loudness meter, in Contributions to Psychological Acoustics, A. Schick and M. Klatte, ed., Bibliotheks- und Informationssystem der Universität Oldenburg, Oldenburg (1997).

58.       B.C.J. Moore, Psychoacoustic aspects of music perception in normal and impaired hearing, in International Symposium on Musical Acoustics 1998, D. Keefe, T. Rossing and C. Schmid, ed., Acoustical Society of America, Woodbury, NY (1998).

59.       B.C.J. Moore, S. Launer, D. Vickers and T. Baer, Loudness of modulated sounds as a function of modulation rate, modulation depth, modulation waveform and overall level, in Psychophysical and Physiological Advances in Hearing, A.R. Palmer, A. Rees, A.Q. Summerfield and R. Meddis, ed., Whurr, London (1998).

60.       R.D. Patterson and B.C.J. Moore, Auditory images of sounds that produce multi-component perceptions, in ATR Workshop on Events and Auditory Temporal Structure, ATR, Kyoto, Japan (1998).

61.       B.R. Glasberg, B.C.J. Moore and M.A. Stone, Modelling changes in frequency selectivity with level, in Psychophysics, Physiology and Models of Hearing, T. Dau, V. Hohmann and B. Kollmeier, ed., World Scientific, Singapore (1999).

62.       B.C.J. Moore, Controversies and mysteries in spatial hearing, in Proceedings of the AES 16th Annual Conference: Spatial Sound Reproduction, Audio Engineering Society, New York (1999).

63.       B.C.J. Moore, Application of a loudness model to the fitting of hearing instruments, in Auditory Models and Non-linear Hearing Instruments, A.N. Rasmussen, P.A. Osterhammel, T. Anderson and T. Poulsen, ed., Holmens Trykkeri, Denmark (1999).

64.       S. Flanagan and B.C.J. Moore, The influence of loudspeaker type on timbre perception, in AES 109th Convention, Los Angeles (2000).

65.       B.C.J. Moore, Hearing and psychoacoustics, in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2nd Ed., S. Sadie, ed., Macmillan, Basingstoke (2000).

66.       B.C.J. Moore, Consonance, in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2nd Ed., S. Sadie, ed., Macmillan, Basingstoke (2000).

67.       S. Flanagan and B.C.J. Moore. The influence of loudspeaker type on the identification of vowel-like harmonic complexes. in AES 111th Convention. 2001. New York: Audio Engineering Society.

68.       B.C.J. Moore, Basic auditory processes, in Blackwell Handbook of Perception, E.B. Goldstein, ed., Blackwell, Oxford (2001).

69.       B.C.J. Moore, Loudness, pitch and timbre, in Blackwell Handbook of Perception, E.B. Goldstein, ed., Blackwell, Oxford (2001).

70.       B.C.J. Moore, Perception of frequency-modulated sounds, in Proceedings of the Meeting of the Acoustical Society of Japan, Spring 2001, Acoustical Society of Japan, Tsukuba (2001).

71.       B.C.J. Moore, Hearing loss in the elderly and its compensation with hearing aids, in Proceedings of the International Workshop on Gerontechnology, H. Bouma and K. Sagawa, ed., National Institute of Bioscience and Human Technology, Tsukuba,Japan (2001).

72.       B.C.J. Moore, M. Huss, D.A. Vickers and T. Baer, Psychoacoustics of dead regions, in Physiological and Psychophysical Bases of Auditory Function, D.J. Breebaart, A.J.M. Houtsma, A. Kohlrausch, V.F. Prijs and R. Schoonhoven, ed., Shaker, Maastricht (2001).

73.       C. Jin, V. Best, S. Carlile, T. Baer and B.C.J. Moore, Speech localization, in AES 112th Convention, Munich, Germany (2002).

74.       B.C.J. Moore, Frequency resolution, in Genetics and the Function of the Auditory System, L. Tranebjærg, J. Christensen-Dalsgaard, T. Andersen and T. Poulsen, ed., Holmens Trykkeri, Copenhagen, Denmark (2002).

75.       B.C.J. Moore, Dead regions in the cochlea: Implications for the choice of high-frequency amplification, in A Sound Foundation Through Early Amplification 2001, R.C. Seewald and J.S. Gravel, ed., Phonak AG, Stafa, Switzerland (2002).

76.       B.C.J. Moore, The use of psychoacoustics to improve understanding and alleviation of cochlear hearing loss, in Proceedings of the 18th International Congress on Acoustics, ICA, Kyoto (2004).

77.       B.C.J. Moore, Zone morte cochléaire et appareillage, in Actes du Congrès des Audioprothésistes, Paris (2004).

78.       A. Sek, B.C.J. Moore, J.I. Alcántara, K. Kluk and A. Wicher, Evaluation of a fast method for determining psychophysical tuning curves, in Proceedings of the 18th International Congress on Acoustics, ICA, Kyoto (2004).

79.       C.T. Tan and B.C.J. Moore, Comparison of two forms of fast-acting compression using physical and subjective measures, in Proceedings of the 18th International Congress on Acoustics, Kyoto (2004).

80.       T. Baer, B.C.J. Moore and M. Huss. How do listeners extract information from the transition bands of 1/3-octave-filtered speech? in BSA Short Papers Meeting on Experimental Studies of Hearing and Deafness. 2005. Cardiff:

81.       C. Micheyl, R.P. Carlyon, R. Cusack and B.C.J. Moore, Performance measures of auditory organization, in Auditory Signal Processing: Physiology, Psychoacoustics and Models, D. Pressnitzer, A. de Cheveigné, S. McAdams and L. Collet, ed., Springer, New York (2005).

82.       B.C.J. Moore, Basic psychophysics of human spectral processing, in Auditory Spectral Processing: International Review of Neurobiology, Volume 70, M.S. Malmierca and D.R.F. Irvine, ed., Elsevier, San Diego (2005).

83.       B.C.J. Moore, The use of a loudness model to derive initial fittings for hearing aids: validation studies, in Hearing Aid Fitting, T. Anderson, C.B. Larsen, T. Poulsen, A.N. Rasmussen and J.B. Simonsen, ed., Holmens Trykkeri, Denmark (2005).

84.       B.C.J. Moore, Comparison of adaptive procedures for the fine tuning of hearing aids, in Hearing Aid Fitting, T. Anderson, C.B. Larsen, T. Poulsen, A.N. Rasmussen and J.B. Simonsen, ed., Holmens Trykkeri, Denmark (2005).

85.       B.C.J. Moore and R.P. Carlyon, Perception of pitch by people with cochlear hearing loss and by cochlear implant users, in Pitch Perception, C.J. Plack, A.J. Oxenham, R.R. Fay and A.N. Popper, ed., Springer, New York (2005).

86.       C. Fritz, I. Cross, E. Smith, K. Weaver, U. Peterson, J. Woodhouse and B.C.J. Moore. Perceptual correlates of violin acoustics. in Ninth International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition. 2006. Bologna, Italy:

87.       B.C.J. Moore, Factors affecting speech intelligibility for people with cochlear hearing loss, in Listening to Speech: An Auditory Perspective, S. Greenberg and W.A. Ainsworth, ed., Erlbaum, Mahwah, NJ (2006).

88.       B.C.J. Moore, Speech mapping is a valuable tool for fitting and counseling patients, Hear. J., 59: 26-30 (2006).

89.       A. Boothroyd, K. Fitz, J. Kindred, S. Kochkin, H. Levitt, B.C.J. Moore and J. Yanz, Hearing aids and wireless technology, Hear. Rev., 14: 44-47 (2007).

90.       M. Cord, D. Baskent, S. Kalluri, B.C.J. Moore and T. Trine, Disparity between clinical assessment and real-world performance of hearing aids, Hear. Rev., 14: 22-26 (2007).

91.       B.C.J. Moore, Psychoacoustics, in Springer Handbook of Acoustics, T. Rossing, ed., Springer, New York (2007).

92.       B.C.J. Moore, Binaural sharing of audio signals: Prospective benefits and limitations, Hear. J., 60: 46-48 (2007).

93.       P.B. Nelson, B.W. Hornsby, B.C.J. Moore and T. Trine, Understanding individual differences in aided speech recognition and hearing aid success, Hear. Rev., June, 2007: (2007).

94.       H. Aazh, B.C.J. Moore and P. Roberts, Patient-centred tinnitus management tool, British Academy of Audiology Newsletter, 11: 8-9 (2008).

95.       H. Aazh, B.C.J. Moore and P. Roberts, Patient-centred tinnitus management tool: The impact on quality of care and waiting time, British Society of Audiology News, 55: 28-29 (2008).

96.       C. Lorenzi and B.C.J. Moore, Role of temporal envelope and fine structure cues in speech perception: A review, in Auditory Signal Processing in Hearing-Impaired Listeners. 1st International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research (ISAAR 2007), T. Dau, J.M. Buchholz, J.M. Harte and T.U. Christiansen, ed., Centertryk A/S, Denmark (2008).

97.       B.C.J. Moore, The role of temporal fine structure in normal and impaired hearing, in Auditory Signal Processing in Hearing-Impaired Listeners. 1st International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research (ISAAR 2007), T. Dau, J.M. Buchholz, J.M. Harte and T.U. Christiansen, ed., Centertryk A/S, Denmark (2008).

98.       B.C.J. Moore, Cochlear dead regions and their implications for hearing aid rehabilitation, BSA News, 54: 10-13 (2008).

99.       B.C.J. Moore, Temporal fine structure processing, Audiology Today, 20: 60-67 (2008).

100.     H. Aazh, B.C.J. Moore and B.R. Glasberg, The effect of using a bedside/tabletop sound generator on the outcome of simplified tinnitus retraining therapy, British Society of Audiology News, 56: 17-18 (2009).

101.     B.C.J. Moore, Audition, in Encyclopedia of Perception, E.B. Goldstein, ed., Sage, Thousands Oaks, CA (2009).

102.     B.C.J. Moore, Dead Zones: What are they and what do you do about them?, Hear. J., 62 March: 10-17 (2009).

103.     B.C.J. Moore, Basic auditory processes involved in the analysis of speech sounds, in The Perception of Speech: From Sound to Meaning, B.C.J. Moore, L.K. Tyler and W.D. Marslen-Wilsen, ed., Oxford University Press, Oxford (2009).

104.     B.C.J. Moore, L.K. Tyler and W.D. Marslen-Wilsen, Introduction, in The Perception of Speech: From Sound to Meaning, B.C.J. Moore, L.K. Tyler and W.D. Marslen-Wilsen, ed., Oxford University Press, Oxford (2009).

105.     B.C.J. Moore, Aspects of auditory processing related to speech perception, in The Handbook of Phonetic Sciences, 2nd Ed., W.J. Hardcastle, J. Laver and F.E. Gibbon, ed., Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester (2010).

106.     B.C.J. Moore, Testing for cochlear dead regions: Audiometer implementation of the TEN(HL) test, Hear. Rev., 17: 10-16, 48 (2010).

107.     B.C.J. Moore, B.R. Glasberg and A. Schlueter, Detection of dead regions in the cochlea: Relevance for combined electric and acoustic stimulation, in Cochlear Implants and Hearing Preservation. Advances in ORL, 67, P. van de Heyning and A. Kleine Punte, ed., Karger, Basel (2010).

108.     J.E. Marriage, D.A. Vickers, T. Baer and B.C.J. Moore, Using speech perception measures to guide the choice of amplification, in A Sound Foundation Through Early Amplification, R.C. Seewald and J.M. Bamford, ed., Phonak, Staefa (2011).

109.     H. Miyazono, R. Baba and B.C.J. Moore. Perceptual learning of fundamental frequency discrimination: Effects of harmonic number. in 18th International Congress on Sound and Vibration. 2011. Rio de Janiero, Brazil:

110.     B.C.J. Moore, Hearing, in Encyclopedia of the Mind, H. Pashler, ed., Sage, Thousands Oaks, CA (2011).

111.     B.C.J. Moore, Reasons for the decline in ability to understand speech with increasing age, in Sound and Sounds, W. Zonneveld, H. Quené and W. Heeren, ed., Uil OTS, Utrecht, The Netherlands (2011).

112.     A. Léger, B.C.J. Moore and C. Lorenzi, A review of speech masking release for hearing-impaired listeners with near-normal perception of speech in unmodulated noise maskers, in Speech Perception and Auditory Disorders: 3rd International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research (ISAAR 2011), T. Dau, M.L. Jepsen, T. Poulsen and J.C. Dalsgaard, ed., The Danavox Jubilee Foundation, Ballerup, Denmark (2012).

113.     B.C.J. Moore, The psychophysics of tinnitus, in Tinnitus, J.J. Eggermont, F.-G. Zeng, R.R. Fay and A.N. Popper, ed., Springer, New York (2012).

114.     B.C.J. Moore, The importance of temporal fine structure for the intelligibility of speech in complex backgrounds, in Speech Perception and Auditory Disorders, T. Dau, M.L. Jepsen, T. Poulsen and J.C. Dalsgaard, ed., The Danavox Jubilee Foundation, Ballerup, Denmark (2012).

115.     J. Chen and B.C.J. Moore. Effect of individually tailored spectral change enhancement on speech intelligibility and quality for hearing-impaired listeners. in ICASSP 2013. 2013. Vancouver, Canada:

116.     S.M. Ernst and B.C.J. Moore. Frequency difference limens at high frequencies for normal-hearing and hearing-impaired subjects. in Proceedings of the International Conference on Acoustics - AIA-DAGA 2013. 2013. Berlin: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Akustik.

117.     B.C.J. Moore, O. Kenyon, B.R. Glasberg and L. Demany, Assessing the possible role of frequency-shift detectors in the ability to hear out partials in complex tones, in Basic Aspects of Hearing: Physiology and Perception, B.C.J. Moore, R.D. Patterson, I.M. Winter, R.P. Carlyon and H.E. Gockel, ed., Springer, New York (2013).

118.     B.C.J. Moore, Pitch: mechanisms underlying the pitch of pure and complex tones, in Auditory Neuroscience: Perspectives and Prospectives, R.R. Fay and A.N. Popper, ed., Springer, New York, NY (2014).

119.     B.C.J. Moore and H. Miyazono, Studies of pitch mechanisms based on perceptual learning, in Auditory Plasticity - Listening with the Brain, T. Dau, S. Santurette, J.C. Dalsgaard, L. Tranebjærg, T. Andersen and T. Poulsen, ed., The Danavox Jubilee Foundation, Ballerup, Denmark (2014).

120.     Y.W. Lee and B.C.J. Moore. Parameter-based binaural hearing aid algorithms to improve speech intelligibility and localization in complex environments. in 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. 2015. Milan, Italy: IEEE.

121.     A.C. Léger, C. Lorenzi and B.C.J. Moore, Beyond the audiogram: influence of supra-threshold deficits associated with hearing loss and age on speech intelligibility, in Individual Hearing Loss – Characterization, Modelling, Compensation Strategies, T. Dau, J.C. Dalsgaard, L. Tranebjærg, T. Anderson and S. Santurette, ed., The Danavox Jubilee Foundation, Ballerup, Denmark (2015).

122.     B.C.J. Moore. Effects of sound-induced hearing loss and hearing aids on the perception of music. in AES 58th International Conference. 2015. Aalborg, Denmark: AES.

123.     S. Launer, J. Zakis and B.C.J. Moore, Hearing aid signal processing, in Hearing Aids, G.R. Popelka, B.C.J. Moore, A.N. Popper and R.R. Fay, ed., Springer, New York (2016).

124.     S.M.K. Madsen, T. Dau and B.C.J. Moore, Effect of harmonic rank on the streaming of complex tones, in Individual Hearing Loss – Characterization, Modelling, Compensation Strategies, T. Dau, J.C. Dalsgaard, L. Tranebjærg, T. Anderson and S. Santurette, ed., The Danavox Jubilee Foundation, Ballerup, Denmark (2016).

125.     B.C.J. Moore, Effects of age and hearing loss on the processing of auditory temporal fine structure, in Physiology, Psychoacoustics and Cognition in Normal and Impaired Hearing, P. van Dijk, D. Baskent, E. Gaudrain, E. de Kleine, A. Wagner and C. Lanting, ed., Springer, New York (2016).

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127.     B.C.J. Moore and A.P. Sek, Preference for compression speed in hearing aids for speech and music and its relationship to sensitivity to temporal fine structure, in Individual Hearing Loss – Characterization, Modelling, Compensation Strategies, T. Dau, J.C. Dalsgaard, L. Tranebjærg, T. Anderson and S. Santurette, ed., The Danavox Jubilee Foundation, Ballerup, Denmark (2016).

128.     G.R. Popelka and B.C.J. Moore, Future directions for hearing aid development, in Hearing Aids, G.R. Popelka, B.C.J. Moore, A.N. Popper and R.R. Fay, ed., Springer, New York (2016).

129.     T.-C. Zorila, S. Flanagan, B.C.J. Moore and Y. Stylianou. Effectiveness of near-end speech enhancement under equal-loudness and equal-level constraints. in ICASSP 2016. 2016. Shanghai, China: IEEE.

 



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