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Baker, RJ; Rosen, S; Darling, AM; (1998) An efficient characterisation of human auditory filtering across level and frequency that is also physiologically reasonable. In: Palmer, AR and Rees, A and Summerfield, AQ and Meddis, R, (eds.) Psychophysical and Physiological Advances in Hearing. (pp. 81-88). Whurr Publishers: London.

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Fang, AC; House, J; Huckvale, M; (1998) Investigating the syntactic characteristics of English tone units. In: (Proceedings) ICSLP. : Sydney, Australia.

Faulkner, A; Walliker, JR; Rosen, S; Lang, H; Daley, J; (1998) Speech perception using the UCLID CIS cochlear implant speech processor. In: (pp. 110-).

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Hawkins, S; House, J; Huckvale, M; Local, J; Ogden, R; (1998) ProSynth: an integrated prosodic approach to device-independent, natural-sounding speech synthesis. In: Proceedings of the ICSLP.

Hazan, V; Barrett, S; (1998) UNSPECIFIED In: (Proceedings) The development of perceptual cue-weighting in children aged 6 to 12.

Hazan, V; Fourcin, A; Abberton, E; Wilson, G; (1998) UNSPECIFIED In: Weisel, A, (ed.) (Proceedings) Speech pattern audiometry for the evaluation of the speech perception abilities of deaf children. Ramot Publications, Tel Aviv University: Tel Aviv.

Hazan, V; Simpson, A; (1998) UNSPECIFIED In: (Proceedings) The effect of cue-enhancement on consonant perception by non-native listeners: preliminary results. (pp. pp. 119-122). : Stockholm.

Hazan, V; Simpson, A; (1998) The effect of cue-enhancement on the intelligibility of nonsense word and sentence materials presented in noise. SPEECH COMMUNICATION , 24 (3) pp. 211-226. 10.1016/S0167-6393(98)00011-9.

Hazan, V; Simpson, A; Huckvale, M; (1998) Enhancement techniques to improve intelligibility of consonants in noise: speaker and listener effects. In: (Proceedings) ICSLP. : Sydney, Australia.

Huckvale, M; (1998) Opportunities for re-convergence of engineering and cognitive science accounts of spoken word recognition. Presented at: IOA Conference on Speech and Hearing. Green open access
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Huckvale, M; Bowerman, C; Eriksson, A; Pompino-Marschall, B; Rosner, M; Tatham, M; Williams, B; (1998) Computer-Aided Learning and use of the Internet. In: Bloothooft, G, (ed.) The Landscape of Future Education in Speech Communication Sciences: 2: Proposals for European education in phonetics, spoken language engineering, speech and language therapy. (pp. 81-110). OTS Publications: Utrecht, The Netherlands. Green open access
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Huckvale, MA; Bowerman, C; Eriksson, A; Rosner, M; Wolters, M; (1998) Catalysing web-based teaching with tutorial components. In: (Proceedings) Future of the Humanities in the Digital Age. : Bergen, Norway.

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Iverson, P; Bernstein, LE; Auer, ET; (1998) Modeling the interaction of phonemic intelligibility and lexical structure in audiovisual word recognition. Speech Communication , 26 (1-2) pp. 45-63.

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Moore, BCJ; Launer, S; Vickers, DA; Baer, T; (1998) Loudness of modulated sounds as a function of modulation rate, modulation depth, modulation waveform and overall level. In: Palmer, AR and Rees, A and Summerfield, AQ and Meddis, R, (eds.) Psychophysical and Physiological Advances in Hearing. (465-471.).

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Rosen, S; Baker, RJ; Darling, A; (1998) Auditory filter nonlinearity at 2 kHz in normal hearing listeners. J Acoust Soc Am , 103 (5 Pt 1) pp. 2539-2550.

Rosen, S; Howell, P; (1998) Signals and Systems for Speech and Hearing (Japanese language edition). [Book]. Kaibundo: Tokyo.

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van Dommelen, W; Hazan, V; Aulanko, R; Cutugno, F; Fougeron, C; K ster, JP; Machuca, M; (1998) Phonetics. In: Bloothooft, G and van Dommelen, W and Espain, C and Hazan, V and Huckvale, M and Wigforss, E, (eds.) The landscape of future education in speech communication sciences: Proposals. OTS: Utrecht.

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