Mickael L. D. Deroche
Mickael L. D. Deroche
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Voice emotion recognition by cochlear-implanted children and their normally-hearing peers
M Chatterjee, DJ Zion, ML Deroche, BA Burianek, CJ Limb, AP Goren, ...
Hearing research 322, 151-162, 2015
622015
Not just the norm: Exemplar-based models also predict face aftereffects
DA Ross, M Deroche, TJ Palmeri
Psychonomic bulletin & review 21 (1), 47-70, 2014
442014
Voice segregation by difference in fundamental frequency: Evidence for harmonic cancellation
MLD Deroche, JF Culling
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 130 (5), 2855-2865, 2011
222011
Deficits in the pitch sensitivity of cochlear-implanted children speaking English or Mandarin
MLD Deroche, HP Lu, CJ Limb, YS Lin, M Chatterjee
Frontiers in neuroscience 8, 282, 2014
202014
Voice emotion perception and production in cochlear implant users
NT Jiam, M Caldwell, ML Deroche, M Chatterjee, CJ Limb
Hearing research 352, 30-39, 2017
162017
Sensitivity of school-aged children to pitch-related cues
MLD Deroche, DJ Zion, JR Schurman, M Chatterjee
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 131 (4), 2938-2947, 2012
162012
Roles of the target and masker fundamental frequencies in voice segregation
MLD Deroche, JF Culling, M Chatterjee, CJ Limb
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 136 (3), 1225-1236, 2014
152014
Speech recognition against harmonic and inharmonic complexes: Spectral dips and periodicity
MLD Deroche, JF Culling, M Chatterjee, CJ Limb
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135 (5), 2873-2884, 2014
152014
Processing of acoustic cues in lexical-tone identification by pediatric cochlear-implant recipients
SC Peng, HP Lu, N Lu, YS Lin, MLD Deroche, M Chatterjee
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 60 (5), 1223-1235, 2017
122017
Similar abilities of musicians and non-musicians to segregate voices by fundamental frequency
MLD Deroche, CJ Limb, M Chatterjee, VL Gracco
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 142 (4), 1739-1755, 2017
102017
Deficits in the sensitivity to pitch sweeps by school-aged children wearing cochlear implants
MLD Deroche, AM Kulkarni, JA Christensen, CJ Limb, M Chatterjee
Frontiers in neuroscience 10, 73, 2016
92016
Voice segregation by difference in fundamental frequency: Effect of masker type
MLD Deroche, JF Culling
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 134 (5), EL465-EL470, 2013
72013
Narrow noise band detection in a complex masker: Masking level difference due to harmonicity
MLD Deroche, JF Culling
Hearing research 282 (1-2), 225-235, 2011
72011
Mandarin tone identification in cochlear implant users using exaggerated pitch contours
A He, ML Deroche, J Doong, P Jiradejvong, CJ Limb
Otology & Neurotology 37 (4), 324-331, 2016
52016
The intelligibility of speech in a harmonic masker varying in fundamental frequency contour, broadband temporal envelope, and spatial location
T Leclère, M Lavandier, MLD Deroche
Hearing research 350, 1-10, 2017
42017
Phase effects in masking by harmonic complexes: Speech recognition
MLD Deroche, JF Culling, M Chatterjee
Hearing research 306, 54-62, 2013
42013
Reverberation limits the release from informational masking obtained in the harmonic and binaural domains
MLD Deroche, JF Culling, M Lavandier, VL Gracco
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 79 (1), 363-379, 2017
32017
Neural correlates of two different types of extinction learning in the amygdala central nucleus
MD Iordanova, MLD Deroche, GR Esber, G Schoenbaum
Nature communications 7, 12330, 2016
32016
Voice emotion recognition and production by individuals with normal hearing and with cochlear implants
M Chatterjee, AM Kulkarni, JA Christensen, ML Deroche, CJ Limb
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 137 (4), 2205-2205, 2015
32015
Effects of reverberation on perceptual segregation of competing voices by difference in fundamental frequency
M Deroche, JF Culling
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 123 (5), 2978-2978, 2008
32008
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