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Tobias Goehring
Research staff, Hearing and language group

Tobias.Goehring@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk
01223 769486
CBSU publications
GOEHRING, T. , Arenberg, J.G., CARLYON, R. (In Press) Using Spectral Blurring to Assess Effects of Channel Interaction on Speech-In-Noise Perception with Cochlear Implants, Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology [Read More]

LAMPING, W., GOEHRING, T. , Marozeaua, J., CARLYON, R. (2020) The effect of a coding strategy that removes temporally masked pulses on speech perception by cochlear implant users, Hearing Research, 391:107969 [Open Access]

Keshavarzi, M., GOEHRING, T. , Turner, R., Moore, B. (2020) Comparison of effects on subjective intelligibility and quality of speech in babble for two algorithms: A deep recurrent neural network and spectral subtraction, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 145(3):1493 [Open Access]

Fletcher, F., Hadeedi, A. GOEHRING, T. , Mills, S. (2019) Electro-haptic enhancement of speech-in-noise performance in cochlear implant users, Scientific Reports, 9(1):11428 [Open Access]

GOEHRING, T. , ARCHER-BOYD, A., DEEKS, J.M., Arenberg, J.G., CARLYON, R.P. (2019) A Site-Selection Strategy Based on Polarity Sensitivity for Cochlear Implants: Effects on Spectro-Temporal Resolution and Speech Perception, Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology : Jaro, 20(4):431-448 [Open Access]

GOEHRING, T. , Keshavarzi, M., CARLYON, R., Moore, B. (2019) Using recurrent neural networks to improve the perception of speech in non-stationary noise by people with cochlear implants., The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 146(1):705 [Open Access]

Fletcher, M.D., Mills, S.R., GOEHRING, T. (2018) Vibro-Tactile Enhancement of Speech Intelligibility in Multi-talker Noise for Simulated Cochlear Implant Listening., Trends in Hearing, 22:2331216518797838 [Open Access]

Keshavarzi, M., GOEHRING, T. , Zakis, J., Turner, R.E., Moore, B.C.J (2018) Use of a Deep Recurrent Neural Network to Reduce Wind Noise: Effects on Judged Speech Intelligibility and Sound Quality, Trends in Hearing, 01 Jan 2018, 22:2331216518770964 [Open Access]

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