David Moore
David Moore
Professor and Director, Communication Sciences Research Center, Cincinnati Children's Hospital
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Listening effort and fatigue: What exactly are we measuring? A British Society of Audiology Cognition in Hearing Special Interest Group ‘white paper’
R McGarrigle, KJ Munro, P Dawes, AJ Stewart, DR Moore, JG Barry, ...
International journal of audiology 53 (7), 433-440, 2014
2812014
Nature of auditory processing disorder in children
DR Moore, MA Ferguson, AM Edmondson-Jones, S Ratib, A Riley
Pediatrics 126 (2), e382-e390, 2010
2682010
The descending corticocollicular pathway mediates learning-induced auditory plasticity
VM Bajo, FR Nodal, DR Moore, AJ King
Nature neuroscience 13 (2), 253-260, 2010
2662010
Hearing loss and cognition: the role of hearing AIDS, social isolation and depression
P Dawes, R Emsley, KJ Cruickshanks, DR Moore, H Fortnum, ...
PloS one 10 (3), e0119616, 2015
2592015
Developmental plasticity in the visual and auditory representations in the mammalian superior colliculus
AJ King, ME Hutchings, DR Moore, C Blakemore
Nature 332 (6159), 73-76, 1988
2401988
Beyond cochlear implants: awakening the deafened brain
DR Moore, RV Shannon
Nature neuroscience 12 (6), 686-691, 2009
2032009
Otitis media, hearing loss, and language learning: controversies and current research
J Roberts, L Hunter, J Gravel, R Rosenfeld, S Berman, M Haggard, J Hall, ...
Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics 25 (2), 110-122, 2004
1982004
Anatomy and physiology of binaural hearing
DR Moore
Audiology 30 (3), 125-134, 1991
1831991
Discrimination learning induced by training with identical stimuli
S Amitay, A Irwin, DR Moore
Nature neuroscience 9 (11), 1446-1448, 2006
1812006
Early and rapid perceptual learning
DJC Hawkey, S Amitay, DR Moore
Nature neuroscience 7 (10), 1055-1056, 2004
1762004
Communication, listening, cognitive and speech perception skills in children with auditory processing disorder (APD) or specific language impairment (SLI)
MA Ferguson, RL Hall, A Riley, DR Moore
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 2011
1652011
Discrimination training of phonemic contrasts enhances phonological processing in mainstream school children
DR Moore, JF Rosenberg, JS Coleman
Brain and language 94 (1), 72-85, 2005
1642005
Susceptibility of developing cochlear nucleus neurons to deafferentation‐induced death abruptly ends just before the onset of hearing
TS Tierney, FA Russell, DR Moore
Journal of Comparative Neurology 378 (2), 295-306, 1997
1601997
Frequency discrimination in children: Perception, learning and attention
DR Moore, MA Ferguson, LF Halliday, A Riley
Hearing research 238 (1-2), 147-154, 2008
1492008
Age-related improvements in auditory backward and simultaneous masking in 6-to 10-year-old children
DEH Hartley, BA Wright, SC Hogan, DR Moore
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 43 (6), 1402-1415, 2000
1492000
Binaural masking level differences in children with a history of otitis media
DR Moore, ME Hutchings, SE Meyer
Audiology 30 (2), 91-101, 1991
1421991
Auditory brainstem of the ferret: early cessation of developmental sensitivity of neurons in the cochlear nucleus to removal of the cochlea
DR Moore
Journal of Comparative Neurology 302 (4), 810-823, 1990
1411990
Down-regulation of inhibition following unilateral deafening
JE Mossop, MJ Wilson, DM Caspary, DR Moore
Hearing research 147 (1-2), 183-187, 2000
1362000
Auditory brainstem of the ferret: effects of unilateral cochlear lesions on cochlear nucleus volume and projections to the inferior colliculus
DR Moore, NE Kowalchuk
Journal of Comparative Neurology 272 (4), 503-515, 1988
1351988
Projections from the cochlear nucleus to the inferior colliculus in normal and neonatally cochlea‐ablated gerbils
DR Moore, LM Kitzes
Journal of Comparative Neurology 240 (2), 180-195, 1985
1351985
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