Hearing Research

(The H4-Index of Hearing Research is 24. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Extended high frequency hearing and speech perception implications in adults and children91
Hearing impairment is associated with enhanced neural tracking of the speech envelope59
Efficient viral transduction in mouse inner ear hair cells with utricle injection and AAV9-PHP.B53
Disease mechanisms and gene therapy for Usher syndrome52
A model of listening engagement (MoLE)51
Novel insights into inner ear development and regeneration for targeted hearing loss therapies46
Novel 3D-printed hollow microneedles facilitate safe, reliable, and informative sampling of perilymph from guinea pigs44
Active listening40
Preclinical testing of AAV9-PHP.B for transgene expression in the non-human primate cochlea40
Associations between speech recognition at high levels, the middle ear muscle reflex and noise exposure in individuals with normal audiograms40
Does hearing loss lead to dementia? A review of the literature39
Investigating the effects of noise exposure on self-report, behavioral and electrophysiological indices of hearing damage in musicians with normal audiometric thresholds39
Noise-induced hearing loss in zebrafish: investigating structural and functional inner ear damage and recovery36
Enhancing the sensitivity of the envelope-following response for cochlear synaptopathy screening in humans: The role of stimulus envelope35
Genetic architecture of Meniere’s disease34
Olivocochlear efferent effects on perception and behavior33
Fish hearing “specialization” – a re-evaluation33
Objective evidence of temporal processing deficits in older adults32
Development of ebselen for the treatment of sensorineural hearing loss and tinnitus31
Dual and triple AAV delivery of large therapeutic gene sequences into the inner ear30
The derived-band envelope following response and its sensitivity to sensorineural hearing deficits27
Hyperacusis in tinnitus patients relates to enlarged subcortical and cortical responses to sound except at the tinnitus frequency27
Viral vectors for gene delivery to the inner ear26
Regulation of auditory plasticity during critical periods and following hearing loss26