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Ohlenforst, Barbara and Zekveld, Adriana A. and Lunner, Thomas and Wendt, Dorothea and Naylor, Graham and Wang, Yang and Versfeld, Niek J. and Kramer, Sophia E. (2017) Impact of stimulus-related factors and hearing impairment on listening effort as indicated by pupil dilation. Hearing Research, 351 . pp. 68-79. ISSN 1878-5891

Ohlenforst, Barbara and Zekveld, Adriana and Jansma, Elise and Wang, Yang and Naylor, Graham and Lorens, Artur and Lunner, Thomas and Kramer, Sophia (2017) Effects of hearing impairment and hearing aid amplification on listening effort - a systematic review. Ear and Hearing, 38 (3). pp. 267-281. ISSN 1538-4667

Hornsby, Benjamin W.Y. and Naylor, Graham and Bess, Fred H. (2016) A taxonomy of fatigue concepts and their relation to hearing loss. Ear and Hearing, 37 (Supp 1). 136S-144S. ISSN 1538-4667

Naylor, Graham (2016) Theoretical issues of validity in the measurement of aided speech reception threshold in noise for comparing nonlinear hearing aid systems. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 27 (7). pp. 504-514. ISSN 2157-3107

Pichora-Fuller, M. Kathleen and Kramer, Sophia and Eckert, Mark A. and Edwards, Brent and Hornsby, Benjamin W.Y. and Humes, Larry E. and Lemke, Ulrike and Lunner, Thomas and Matthen, Mohan and Mackersie, Carol L. and Naylor, Graham and Phillips, Natalie A. and Richter, Michael and Rudner, Mary and Sommers, Mitchell S. and Tremblay, Kelly L. and Wingfield, Arthur (2016) Hearing impairment and cognitive energy: the Framework for Understanding Effortful Listening (FUEL). Ear and Hearing, 37 . 5S-27S. ISSN 1538-4667

Wang, Yang and Zekveld, Adriana A. and Naylor, Graham and Ohlenforst, Barbara and Jansma, Elise P. and Lorens, Artur and Lunner, Thomas and Kramer, Sophia E. (2016) Parasympathetic nervous system dysfunction, as identified by pupil light reflex, and its possible connection to hearing impairment. PLoS ONE, 11 (4). e0153566/1-e0153566/26. ISSN 1932-6203

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