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Articles by Patricia G. Stelmachowicz

Effects of Frequency Compression and Frequency Transposition on Fricative and Affricate Perception in Listeners With Normal Hearing and Mild to Moderate Hearing Loss

Alexander, Joshua M.; Kopun, Judy G.; Stelmachowicz, Patricia G.

Ear and Hearing. 35(5):519-532, September/October 2014.

The Influence of Audibility on Speech Recognition With Nonlinear Frequency Compression for Children and Adults With Hearing Loss

McCreery, Ryan W.; Alexander, Joshua; Brennan, Marc A.; More

Ear and Hearing. 35(4):440-447, July/August 2014.

The Effects of Limited Bandwidth and Noise on Verbal Processing Time and Word Recall in Normal-Hearing Children

McCreery, Ryan W.; Stelmachowicz, Patricia G.

Ear and Hearing. 34(5):585-591, September 2013.

Maximizing Audibility and Speech Recognition With Nonlinear Frequency Compression by Estimating Audible Bandwidth

McCreery, Ryan W.; Brennan, Marc A.; Hoover, Brenda; More

Ear and Hearing. 34(2):e24-e27, March/April 2013.

Effects of Reverberation on Speech Recognition in Stationary and Modulated Noise by School-Aged Children and Young Adults

Wróblewski, Marcin; Lewis, Dawna E.; Valente, Daniel L.; More

Ear and Hearing. 33(6):731-744, November/December 2012.

Performance-Intensity Functions for Normal-Hearing Adults and Children Using Computer-Aided Speech Perception Assessment

McCreery, Ryan; Ito, Rindy; Spratford, Merry; More

Ear and Hearing. 31(1):95-101, February 2010.

Effect of Stimulus Bandwidth on Auditory Skills in Normal-Hearing and Hearing-Impaired Children

Stelmachowicz, Patricia G.; Lewis, Dawna E.; Choi, Sangsook; More

Ear and Hearing. 28(4):483-494, August 2007.

Novel-Word Learning in Children with Normal Hearing and Hearing Loss

Stelmachowicz, Patricia G.; Pittman, Andrea L.; Hoover, Brenda M.; More

Ear and Hearing. 25(1):47-56, February 2004.

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