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Articles by Mary Rudner

Better Visuospatial Working Memory in Adults Who Report Profound Deafness Compared to Those With Normal or Poor Hearing: Data From the UK Biobank Resource

Rudner, Mary; Keidser, Gitte; Hygge, Staffan; More

Ear and Hearing. 37(5):620-622, September/October 2016.

Hearing Impairment and Cognitive Energy: The Framework for Understanding Effortful Listening (FUEL)

Pichora-Fuller, M. Kathleen; Kramer, Sophia E.; Eckert, Mark A.; More

Ear and Hearing. 37:5S-27S, July/August 2016.

The Effect of Functional Hearing and Hearing Aid Usage on Verbal Reasoning in a Large Community-Dwelling Population

Keidser, Gitte; Rudner, Mary; Seeto, Mark; More

Ear and Hearing. 37(1):e26-e36, January/February 2016.

Noise Reduction Improves Memory for Target Language Speech in Competing Native but Not Foreign Language Speech

Ng, Elaine Hoi Ning; Rudner, Mary; Lunner, Thomas; More

Ear and Hearing. 36(1):82-91, January 2015.

The Influence of Semantically Related and Unrelated Text Cues on the Intelligibility of Sentences in Noise

Zekveld, Adriana A.; Rudner, Mary; Johnsrude, Ingrid S.; More

Ear and Hearing. 32(6):e16-e25, November-December 2011.

Phonological Mismatch Makes Aided Speech Recognition in Noise Cognitively Taxing: Retracted Article

Rudner, Mary; Foo, Catharina; Rönnberg, Jerker; More

Ear and Hearing. 28(6):879-892, December 2007.