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Bernstein, LE; Iverson, P; Auer, ET; (1997) Elucidating the complex relationships between phonetic perception and word recognition in audiovisual speech perception. In: (Proceedings) Proceedings of the ESCA/ESCOP Workshop on Audio-Visual Speech Processing. (pp. pp. 88-92). ESCA: Grenoble, France.

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Choo, W; Huckvale, MA; (1997) Spatial Relationships in Fricative Perception. (Speech Hearing and Language - work in progress 10). Phonetics and Linguistics, University College London: London, UK.

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Faulkner, A; Walliker, JR; Rosen, S; Lang, H; Daley, J; (1997) Speech Perception Using the UCLID CIS Cochlear Implant Speech Processor. Department of Phonetics and Linguistics, UCL

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Huckvale, M; Benoit, C; Bowerman, C; Eriksson, A; Rosner, M; Tatham, M; (1997) Computer-Aided Learning and Use of the Internet. In: Bloothooft, G, (ed.) The Landscape of Future Education in Speech Communication Sciences: 1: Analysis of European education in phonetics, spoken language engineering, speech and language therapy. (pp. 94-130). OTS Publications: Utrecht, The Netherlands. Green open access
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Huckvale, M; Benoit, C; Bowerman, C; Eriksson, A; Rosner, M; Tatham, M; Williams, B; (1997) Opportunities for Computer-Aided Instruction in Phonetics and Speech Communication Provided by the Internet. In: (Proceedings) EuroSpeech 1997. : Rhodes, Greece.

Huckvale, MA; (1997) 10 Things Engineers have Discovered about Speech Recognition. In: (Proceedings) NATO ASI Workshop on Speech Pattern Processing. : Jersey.

Huckvale, MA; (1997) A Syntactic Pattern Recognition Method for the Automatic Location of Potential Enhancement Regions in Running Speech. (Speech Hearing and Language - work in progress 10). Phonetics and Linguistics, University College London: London, UK.

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Moore, BC; Vickers, DA; (1997) The role of spread excitation and suppression in simultaneous masking. J Acoust Soc Am , 102 (4) pp. 2284-2290.

Moore, BC; Vickers, DA; Glasberg, BR; Baer, T; (1997) Comparison of real and simulated hearing impairment in subjects with unilateral and bilateral cochlear hearing loss. Br J Audiol , 31 (4) pp. 227-245.

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Oxenham, AJ; Moore, BC; Vickers, DA; (1997) Short-term temporal integration: evidence for the influence of peripheral compression. J Acoust Soc Am , 101 (6) pp. 3676-3687.

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Rosen, S; Faulkner, A; Wilkinson, L; (1997) Perceptual adaptation by normal listeners to upward shifts of spectral information in speech and its relevance for users of cochlear implants. (Speech, Hearing and Language: Work in Progress 10). Department of Phonetics and Linguistics, UCL: London, UK.

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Vickers, DA; Faulkner, A; (1997) The discrimination of the bandwidth of noises by normal hearing and severe-to-profoundly hearing-impaired listeners. Department of Phonetics and Linguistics, UCL

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Xu, Y; Wang, QE; (1997) What can tone studies tell us about intonation? In: Botinis, A and Kouroupetroglou, G and Carayannis, G, (eds.) (Proceedings) Intonation: Theory, Models and Applications, Proceedings of an ESCA Workshop. European Speech Communication Association. (pp. pp. 337-340). : Athens, Greece.

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