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Articles by Benjamin W. Y. Hornsby

Subjective Ratings of Fatigue and Vigor in Adults With Hearing Loss Are Driven by Perceived Hearing Difficulties Not Degree of Hearing Loss

Hornsby, Benjamin W. Y.; Kipp, Aaron M.

Ear and Hearing. 37(1):e1-e10, January/February 2016.

Commentary: Listening Can Be Exhausting—Fatigue in Children and Adults With Hearing Loss

Bess, Fred H.; Hornsby, Benjamin W. Y.

Ear and Hearing. 35(6):592-599, November/December 2014.

Estimates of Cochlear Compression Using Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions and Growth of Forward Masking

Moore, Travis M.; Hood, Linda J.; Hornsby, Benjamin W. Y.

Ear and Hearing. 35(6):711-714, November/December 2014.

The Effects of Hearing Aid Use on Listening Effort and Mental Fatigue Associated With Sustained Speech Processing Demands

Hornsby, Benjamin W. Y.

Ear and Hearing. 34(5):523-534, September 2013.

How Hearing Aids, Background Noise, and Visual Cues Influence Objective Listening Effort

Picou, Erin M.; Ricketts, Todd A.; Hornsby, Benjamin W. Y.

Ear and Hearing. 34(5):e52-e64, September 2013.

Horizontal Plane Localization in Single-Sided Deaf Adults Fitted With a Bone-Anchored Hearing Aid (Baha)

Grantham, D. Wesley; Ashmead, Daniel H.; Haynes, David S.; More

Ear and Hearing. 33(5):595-603, September/October 2012.