Brian C J Moore
Brian C J Moore
Professor of Auditory Perception, University of Cambridge
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An Introduction to the Psychology of Hearing
B Moore
Brill, 2012
Derivation of auditory filter shapes from notched-noise data
BR Glasberg, BCJ Moore
Hearing research 47 (1-2), 103-138, 1990
Suggested formulae for calculating auditory‐filter bandwidths and excitation patterns
BCJ Moore, BR Glasberg
The journal of the acoustical society of America 74 (3), 750-753, 1983
A model for the prediction of thresholds, loudness, and partial loudness
BCJ Moore, BR Glasberg, T Baer
Journal of the Audio Engineering Society 45 (4), 224-240, 1997
Cochlear hearing loss: physiological, psychological and technical issues
BCJ Moore
John Wiley & Sons, 2007
A model of loudness applicable to time-varying sounds
BR Glasberg, BCJ Moore
Journal of the Audio Engineering Society 50 (5), 331-342, 2002
Speech perception problems of the hearing impaired reflect inability to use temporal fine structure
C Lorenzi, G Gilbert, H Carn, S Garnier, BCJ Moore
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (49), 18866-18869, 2006
A test for the diagnosis of dead regions in the cochlea
BCJ Moore, M Huss, DA Vickers, BR Glasberg, JI Alcántara
British journal of audiology 34 (4), 205-224, 2000
Auditory filter shapes in subjects with unilateral and bilateral cochlear impairments
BR Glasberg, BCJ Moore
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 79 (4), 1020-1033, 1986
A revision of Zwicker's loudness model
BCJ Moore, BR Glasberg
Acta Acustica united with Acustica 82 (2), 335-345, 1996
Frequency difference limens for short‐duration tones
BCJ Moore
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 54 (3), 610-619, 1973
Age-group differences in speech identification despite matched audiometrically normal hearing: contributions from auditory temporal processing and cognition
C Füllgrabe, BCJ Moore, MA Stone
Frontiers in aging neuroscience 6, 347, 2015
The role of temporal fine structure processing in pitch perception, masking, and speech perception for normal-hearing and hearing-impaired people
BCJ Moore
Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology 9, 399-406, 2008
Formulae describing frequency selectivity as a function of frequency and level, and their use in calculating excitation patterns
BCJ Moore, BR Glasberg
Hearing research 28 (2-3), 209-225, 1987
Speech reception thresholds in noise with and without spectral and temporal dips for hearing-impaired and normally hearing people
RW Peters, BCJ Moore, T Baer
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 103 (1), 577-587, 1998
Factors influencing sequential stream segregation
BCJ Moore, H Gockel
Acta Acustica United with Acustica 88 (3), 320-333, 2002
Perceptual consequences of cochlear damage
BCJ Moore
OUP Oxford, 1995
Speech‐in‐noise perception in high‐functioning individuals with autism or Asperger's syndrome
JI Alcántara, EJL Weisblatt, BCJ Moore, PF Bolton
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 45 (6), 1107-1114, 2004
Dead regions in the cochlea: Diagnosis, perceptual consequences, and implications for the fitting of hearing aids
BCJ Moore
Trends in amplification 5 (1), 1-34, 2001
Perceptual consequences of cochlear hearing loss and their implications for the design of hearing aids
BCJ Moore
Ear and hearing 17 (2), 133-161, 1996
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