Antje Heinrich
Antje Heinrich
Senior Lecturer, Manchester Centre for Audiology and Deafness, University of Manchester
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The association between cognitive performance and speech-in-noise perception for adult listeners: a systematic literature review and meta‐analysis
A Dryden, HA Allen, H Henshaw, A Heinrich
Trends in Hearing, 2017
Investigating the influence of continuous babble on auditory short-term memory performance
A Heinrich, BA Schneider, FIM Craik
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 61 (5), 735-751, 2008
The relationship of speech intelligibility with hearing sensitivity, cognition, and perceived hearing difficulties varies for different speech perception tests
A Heinrich, H Henshaw, MA Ferguson
Frontiers in psychology 6, 782, 2015
Illusory vowels resulting from perceptual continuity: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study
A Heinrich, RP Carlyon, MH Davis, IS Johnsrude
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 20 (10), 1737-1752, 2008
Elucidating the effects of ageing on remembering perceptually distorted word pairs
A Heinrich, BA Schneider
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (1), 186-205, 2011
Different measures of auditory and visual stroop interference and their relationship to speech intelligibility in noise
S Knight, A Heinrich
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 2017
Within-and between-channel gap detection in the human auditory cortex
A Heinrich, C Alain, BA Schneider
Neuroreport 15 (13), 2051-2056, 2004
Age-related changes in within-and between-channel gap detection using sinusoidal stimuli
A Heinrich, B Schneider
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 119 (4), 2316-2326, 2006
Iconic sign comprehension in older adults: The role of cognitive impairment and text enhancement
C Scialfa, P Spadafora, M Klein, A Lesnik, L Dial, A Heinrich
Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du vieillissement 27 (3), 253-265, 2008
Only Behavioral But Not Self-Report Measures of Speech Perception Correlate with Cognitive Abilities
A Heinrich, H Henshaw, MA Ferguson
Frontiers in psychology 7, 2016
Effective Communication as a Fundamental Aspect of Active Aging and Well-Being: Paying Attention to the Challenges Older Adults Face in Noisy Environments
A Heinrich, JP Gagne, A Viljanen, DA Levy, BM Ben-David, BA Schneider
Social Inquiry into Well-Being 2 (1), 51-69, 2016
The continuity illusion does not depend on attentional state: fMRI evidence from illusory vowels
A Heinrich, RP Carlyon, MH Davis, IS Johnsrude
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 23 (10), 2675-2689, 2011
Effects of Cognitive Load on Pure-Tone Audiometry Thresholds in Younger and Older Adults
S Heinrich, A., Ferguson, M., Mattys
Ear and Hearing 41 (4), 907-917, 2020
Influence of English r-resonances on intelligibility of speech in noise for native English and German listeners
A Heinrich, Y Flory, S Hawkins
Speech Communication 52 (11-12), 1038-1055, 2010
The Effect of Presentation Level on Memory Performance
A Heinrich, BA Schneider
Ear and hearing 32 (4), 524-532, 2011
Visual inhibition measures predict speech-in-noise perception only in people with low levels of education
S Knight, A Heinrich
Frontiers in psychology 9, 2779, 2019
How age and linguistic competence affect memory for heard information
BA Schneider, M Avivi-Reich, C Leung, A Heinrich
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 618, 2016
Objective measures of auditory scene analysis
RP Carlyon, SK Thompson, A Heinrich, F Pulvermuller, MH Davis, ...
The Neurophysiological Bases of Auditory Perception, 507-519, 2010
The role of cognition for speech-in-noise perception: Considering individual listening strategies related to aging and hearing loss
A Heinrich
International Journal of Behavioral Development, 1-7, 2020
Quantifying the effects of motivation on listening effort: a systematic review and meta-analysis
PJ Carolan, A Heinrich, KJ Munro, RE Millman
Trends in Hearing 26, 23312165211059982, 2022
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