Emma Holmes
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Attentional Modulation of Envelope-Following Responses at Lower (93–109 Hz) but Not Higher (217–233 Hz) Modulation Rates
E Holmes, DW Purcell, RP Carlyon, HE Gockel, IS Johnsrude
Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology 19 (1), 83-97, 2018
Familiar Voices Are More Intelligible, Even if They Are Not Recognized as Familiar
E Holmes, Y Domingo, IS Johnsrude
Psychological science 29 (10), 1575-1583, 2018
Semantic context improves speech intelligibility and reduces listening effort for listeners with hearing impairment
E Holmes, P Folkeard, IS Johnsrude, S Scollie
International journal of audiology 57 (7), 483-492, 2018
Variational representational similarity analysis
KJ Friston, J Diedrichsen, E Holmes, P Zeidman
NeuroImage 201, 115986, 2019
Peripheral hearing loss reduces the ability of children to direct selective attention during multi-talker listening
E Holmes, PT Kitterick, AQ Summerfield
Hearing Research 350, 160–172, 2017
The benefit to speech intelligibility of hearing a familiar voice
Y Domingo, E Holmes, I Johnsrude
PsyArXiv, 2019
‘Normal’ hearing thresholds and fundamental auditory grouping processes predict difficulties with speech-in-noise perception
E Holmes, TD Griffiths
Scientific Reports 9, 16771, 2019
Cueing listeners to attend to a target talker progressively improves word report as the duration of the cue-target interval lengthens to 2,000 ms
E Holmes, PT Kitterick, AQ Summerfield
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 80 (6), 1520-1538, 2018
Revisiting the Contribution of Auditory Cortex to Frequency-Following Responses
E Holmes, B Herrmann
The Journal of Neuroscience 37 (21), 5218–5220, 2017
EEG activity evoked in preparation for multi-talker listening by adults and children
E Holmes, PT Kitterick, AQ Summerfield
Hearing Research 336, 83–100, 2016
Speech spoken by familiar people is more resistant to interference by linguistically similar speech
E Holmes, IS Johnsrude
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2020
Generative models, language and active inference
K Friston, T Parr, Y Yufik, N Sajid, CJ Price, E Holmes
PsyArXiv, 2020
How do voices become familiar? Speech intelligibility and voice recognition are differentially sensitive to voice training
E Holmes, G To, I Johnsrude
PsyArXiv, 2020
Difficulties with speech-in-noise perception related to fundamental grouping processes in auditory cortex
E Holmes, P Zeidman, KJ Friston, TD Griffiths
bioRxiv, 814913, 2019
Active listening
KJ Friston, N Sajid, DR Quiroga-Martinez, T Parr, CJ Price, E Holmes
Hearing Research, 107998, 2020
Speech-evoked brain activity is more robust to competing speech when it is spoken by someone familiar
E Holmes, IS Johnsrude
bioRxiv, 2020
Simultaneous auditory agnosia: Systematic description of a new type of auditory segregation deficit following a right hemisphere lesion
E Holmes, N Utoomprurkporn, C Hoskote, J Warren, DE Bamiou, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
Speech-in-noise detection is related to auditory working memory precision for frequency
M Lad, E Holmes, A Chu, TD Griffiths
bioRxiv, 2020
Using spatial release from masking to estimate the magnitude of the familiar-voice intelligibility benefit
Y Domingo, E Holmes, E Macpherson, IS Johnsrude
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 146 (5), 3487-3494, 2019
Two Different Ways Familiar Voice Information Can Be Used
I Johnsrude, E Holmes, J Deeks
Canadian Audiologist 5 (6), 2019
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