(2019) Sex Differences in Sound Processing.
(2018) Promoting sound health.
(2017) Hearing in noise: the brain health connection.
(2015) Building a conceptual framework for auditory learning.
(2014) Neural synchrony: opening an umbrella.
Editorial: Sex differences in sound processing.
Demystifying children's speech-in-noise perception.
How children learn to hear in noise.
Difficulty hearing in noise? Listen to the brain.
Training older adults to hear better.
Impact of life experiences on hearing in noise.
Editorial: Promoting sound health.
How feedback synchronizes the auditory brain.
New connections in music therapy and audiology.
Concussions impair listening-in-noise abilities.
Unreliable auditory processing in autism.
Sound resolutions for the new year.
Music keeps the hearing brain young.
Feel the vibrations: The hearing-emotion connection.
Neural markers of listening in noise.
Editorial: Hearing in noise: the brain health connection.
Do concussions leave a lasting imprint on the hearing brain.
Listening to the brain to suss out concussions.
The bilingualism paradox.
Newborn hearing screening 20.
Confident, concise communication.
Embracing the enigma of auditory processing disorder.
Not-so-hidden hearing loss.
Complementary factors in processing.
Timescales of auditory processing.
cABR: a framework for intervention in listening disorders.
Listening in the din: a factor in learning disabilities?.
Editorial: Building a conceptual framework for auditory learning.
Auditory brainstem development: more than meets the ear.
Low socioeconomic status linked to impaired auditory processing.
Beat-keeping ability relates to reading readiness.
Identifying neural signatures of auditory function.
Community-based training shows objective evidence of efficacy.
Toward a biologic index of APD.
Bilingualism enhances neural speech encoding.
Editorial: Neural synchrony: opening an umbrella.
Better speech processing in smaller amplitudes.
Bigger is not better: effects of hearing loss on central processing.
Treatment for auditory based learning impairments: Evidence Supports Efficacy.
For reading development, auditory processing is fundamental.
The auditory-cognitive system: To screen or not to screen.
In older adults, the brain can still be trained to hear in noise.
Music training: an antidote for aging.
The effects of aging on auditory processing.