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Kristin J. Van Engen
Kristin J. Van Engen
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Sentence recognition in native-and foreign-language multi-talker background noise
KJ Van Engen, AR Bradlow
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 121 (1), 519-526, 2007
3042007
The Wildcat Corpus of native-and foreign-accented English: Communicative efficiency across conversational dyads with varying language alignment profiles
KJ Van Engen, M Baese-Berk, RE Baker, A Choi, M Kim, AR Bradlow
Language and speech 53 (4), 510-540, 2010
2442010
Linguistic contributions to speech-on-speech masking for native and non-native listeners: Language familiarity and semantic content
S Brouwer, KJ Van Engen, L Calandruccio, AR Bradlow
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 131 (2), 1449-1464, 2012
1492012
Listening effort and accented speech
KJ Van Engen, JE Peelle
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 577, 2014
1452014
Similarity and familiarity: Second language sentence recognition in first-and second-language multi-talker babble
KJ Van Engen
Speech communication 52 (11-12), 943-953, 2010
862010
Word durations in non-native English
RE Baker, M Baese-Berk, L Bonnasse-Gahot, M Kim, KJ Van Engen, ...
Journal of phonetics 39 (1), 1-17, 2011
852011
Effects of speech clarity on recognition memory for spoken sentences
KJ Van Engen, B Chandrasekaran, R Smiljanic
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e43753, 2012
742012
Enhancing speech intelligibility: Interactions among context, modality, speech style, and masker
KJ Van Engen, JEB Phelps, R Smiljanic, B Chandrasekaran
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 57 (5), 1908-1918, 2014
712014
Effects of age, acoustic challenge, and verbal working memory on recall of narrative speech
CM Ward, CS Rogers, KJ Van Engen, JE Peelle
Experimental aging research 42 (1), 97-111, 2016
592016
Masking release due to linguistic and phonetic dissimilarity between the target and masker speech
L Calandruccio, S Brouwer, KJ Van Engen, S Dhar, AR Bradlow
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2013
512013
Audiovisual sentence recognition not predicted by susceptibility to the McGurk effect
KJ Van Engen, Z Xie, B Chandrasekaran
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 79 (2), 396-403, 2017
492017
Coping with adversity: Individual differences in the perception of noisy and accented speech
DJ McLaughlin, MM Baese-Berk, T Bent, SA Borrie, KJ Van Engen
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 80 (6), 1559-1570, 2018
432018
The impact of age, background noise, semantic ambiguity, and hearing loss on recognition memory for spoken sentences
MA Koeritzer, CS Rogers, KJ Van Engen, JE Peelle
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 61 (3), 740-751, 2018
432018
The effectiveness of clear speech as a masker
L Calandruccio, K Van Engen, S Dhar, AR Bradlow
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2010
342010
Eyes and ears: Using eye tracking and pupillometry to understand challenges to speech recognition
KJ Van Engen, DJ McLaughlin
Hearing research 369, 56-66, 2018
322018
Face mask type affects audiovisual speech intelligibility and subjective listening effort in young and older adults
VA Brown, KJ Van Engen, JE Peelle
Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications 6 (1), 1-12, 2021
282021
A relationship between processing speech in noise and dysarthric speech
SA Borrie, M Baese-Berk, K Van Engen, T Bent
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 141 (6), 4660-4667, 2017
282017
Speech-in-speech recognition: A training study
KJ Van Engen
Language and Cognitive Processes 27 (7-8), 1089-1107, 2012
262012
The Wildcat corpus of native-and foreign-accented English
AR Bradlow, RE Baker, A Choi, M Kim, KJ Van Engen
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 121 (5), 3072, 2007
242007
Rapid adaptation to fully intelligible nonnative-accented speech reduces listening effort
VA Brown, DJ McLaughlin, JF Strand, KJ Van Engen
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 73 (9), 1431-1443, 2020
212020
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