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Auditory-Visual Speech Recognition Laboratory
Bethesda, MD 20889-5600
(301) 919-2957

Approved Protocols

WU #2508 (1990). Auditory Supplements to Speechreading (NIH Grant DC00792).

WU #2511 (1991). The Transmission of Prosodic Information Via Selected Spectral Regions of Speech.

WU #2514 (1991). Evaluating the Articulation Index for Auditory-Visual Consonant Recognition.

WU #2528 (1993). Relations Among Auditory-Visual Sentence benefit, Auditory Consonant Recognition, and Auditory-Visual Integration in Hearing-Impaired Listeners.

WU #2536 (1994). Periodicity Rate Discrimination by Normal and Hearing-Impaired Listeners.

WU #2540 (1994). The Role of Auditory-Visual Integration in Auditory-Visual Benefit for Sentences.

WU #2548 (1995). The Use of Context in Sentence Recognition by Hearing Impaired Individuals.
WU #2547 (1995). Cognitive Consequences of Hearing Differences (NIH Grant DC01643).
WU #2556 (1996). Using Speechreading to Reduce Temporal Uncertainty in Auditory Detection of Speech.
WU #2553 (1996). Scanning Memory for Auditory, Visual, and Auditory-Visual Spoken Words.
WU #2569 (1997). Effects of Hearing Loss and Aging on Auditory Word Recognition Speed. 
WU #2569 (1997). Effects of Hearing Loss and Aging on Auditory Word Recognition Speed.
WU #2581 (1998). Linear and Wide Dynamic Range Compression Hearing Aid Circuitry: Speech Recognition, Loudness Growth Functions, and Sound Quality Judgements.
WU #2573 (1998). Perceptual Processing of Time-Gated Auditory, Visual, and Auditory-Visual Spoken Words

WU #2586 (1999). The Effects of Hearing Loss, Visual Acuity, and Aging on Speech Recognition (VA/DOD Collaborative Research Proposal on Physiological Foundations of Physical Performance and Combat Readiness).

WU #2590-99 (1999). The Effects of Speechreading on Auditory Detection of Spoken Sentences II: The Role of Envelope-Peak Location.

WU #00-2501 (1999). Spectro-Temporal Properties of Auditory-Visual Integration for Understanding Spoken Language. (CRDA)

WU #00-2503 (2000). How the Eyes Help the Brain Understand Spoken Language. (NSF)

WU #00-2507 (2000). Auditory Supplements to Speechreading. (NIH)

WU #02-25008 (2002). Discrimination of Temporal Asynchrony Within and Across Sensory Modalities.
WU #04-25018 (2004). Auditory and Auditory-Visual Frequency-Band Importance Functions.
WU #05-25024 (2005). Understanding Excessive Speech-To-Noise Ratio (SNR) Loss in Elderly Hearing-Impaired Patients.
WU #06-25025 (2006). Auditory Modeling of Suprathreshold Distortion in Persons With Impaired Hearing. (CRDA)
WU #07-06-25025a (2007). Visual Benefit to Speech Perception in Complex Noise Environments.