Hearing Research

Papers
(The median citation count of Hearing Research is 3. 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.)
ArticleCitations
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
Associations between speech recognition at high levels, the middle ear muscle reflex and noise exposure in individuals with normal audiograms40
Active listening40
Preclinical testing of AAV9-PHP.B for transgene expression in the non-human primate cochlea40
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
Hyperacusis in tinnitus patients relates to enlarged subcortical and cortical responses to sound except at the tinnitus frequency27
The derived-band envelope following response and its sensitivity to sensorineural hearing deficits27
Regulation of auditory plasticity during critical periods and following hearing loss26
Viral vectors for gene delivery to the inner ear26
The effect of stimulus intensity on neural envelope tracking23
Dual-AAV delivery of large gene sequences to the inner ear23
Gene therapy for hair cell regeneration: Review and new data23
Translational and interdisciplinary insights into presbyacusis: A multidimensional disease23
Improving older adults’ understanding of challenging speech: Auditory training, rapid adaptation and perceptual learning22
Neural tracking as a diagnostic tool to assess the auditory pathway22
A psychoacoustic test for diagnosing hyperacusis based on ratings of natural sounds22
Chloroquine kills hair cells in zebrafish lateral line and murine cochlear cultures: Implications for ototoxicity22
Adeno-associated virus gene replacement for recessive inner ear dysfunction: Progress and challenges21
Auditory cortex activity measured using functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) appears to be susceptible to masking by cortical blood stealing21
Robotics, automation, active electrode arrays, and new devices for cochlear implantation: A contemporary review21
Effects of hearing loss and age on the binaural processing of temporal envelope and temporal fine structure information21
Neurotrophin gene therapy to promote survival of spiral ganglion neurons after deafness21
Envelope following response measurements in young veterans are consistent with noise-induced cochlear synaptopathy20
Small fish, big prospects: using zebrafish to unravel the mechanisms of hereditary hearing loss20
Evaluating cortical responses to speech in children: A functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) study20
The cerebellar (para)flocculus: A review on its auditory function and a possible role in tinnitus20
On the pathophysiology of DFNA9: Effect of pathogenic variants in the COCH gene on inner ear functioning in human and transgenic mice19
Extended high-frequency hearing and head orientation cues benefit children during speech-in-speech recognition19
Cochlear implants: Causes, effects and mitigation strategies for the foreign body response and inflammation19
Effects of age on electrophysiological measures of cochlear synaptopathy in humans19
The use of broad vs restricted regions of interest in functional near-infrared spectroscopy for measuring cortical activation to auditory-only and visual-only speech18
Rare coding variants involving MYO7A and other genes encoding stereocilia link proteins in familial meniere disease18
Sex differences in the auditory functions of rodents18
Systematic and audiological indication criteria for bone conduction devices and active middle ear implants18
Genome and base editing for genetic hearing loss18
EEG correlates of spatial shifts of attention in a dynamic multi-talker speech perception scenario in younger and older adults18
Three dimensional reconstructions of the superior olivary complex from children with autism spectrum disorder18
Finite element analysis and three-dimensional reconstruction of tonotopically aligned human auditory fiber pathways: A computational environment for modeling electrical stimulation by a cochlear impla18
Inner ear drug delivery through a cochlear implant: Pharmacokinetics in a Macaque experimental model18
Systemic methylprednisolone for hearing preservation during cochlear implant surgery: A double blinded placebo-controlled trial17
Diverse functions of the auditory cortico-collicular pathway17
Peripheral deficits and phase-locking declines in aging adults17
Mechanisms of GABAergic and cholinergic neurotransmission in auditory thalamus: Impact of aging17
Electrocochleography triggered intervention successfully preserves residual hearing during cochlear implantation: Results of a randomised clinical trial16
Fetal gene therapy and pharmacotherapy to treat congenital hearing loss and vestibular dysfunction16
Identifying three otopathologies in humans16
BDNF-mediated preservation of spiral ganglion cell peripheral processes and axons in comparison to that of their cell bodies16
The effect of monetary reward on listening effort and sentence recognition16
Inner ear immunity16
Role of mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress in sensorineural hearing loss15
The outer ear pathway during hearing by bone conduction15
The interplay of organ-of-Corti vibrational modes, not tectorial- membrane resonance, sets outer-hair-cell stereocilia phase to produce cochlear amplification15
Age-related stereocilia pathology in the human cochlea15
Predicting speech intelligibility in hearing-impaired listeners using a physiologically inspired auditory model15
Hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin causes massive damage to the developing auditory and vestibular system15
Neuroanatomical alterations in middle frontal gyrus and the precuneus related to tinnitus and tinnitus distress14
The ongoing search for cochlear synaptopathy in humans: Masked thresholds for brief tones in Threshold Equalizing Noise14
A new method for three-dimensional immunofluorescence study of the cochlea14
The relation between polarity sensitivity and neural degeneration in a computational model of cochlear implant stimulation14
A retrospective cross-sectional study on tinnitus prevalence and disease associations in the Dutch population-based cohort Lifelines14
Chronic cochlear implantation with and without electric stimulation in a mouse model induces robust cochlear influx of CX3CR1+/GFP macrophages14
Diverse identities and sites of action of cochlear neurotransmitters14
Deviance detection in physiologically identified cell types in the rat auditory cortex14
Evaluation of cochlear activity in normal-hearing musicians14
Acoustic trauma induced the alteration of the activity balance of excitatory and inhibitory neurons in the inferior colliculus of mice13
Effects of age on psychophysical measures of auditory temporal processing and speech reception at low and high levels13
Impact of the sensory environment on balance in children with bilateral cochleovestibular loss13
Central circuitry and function of the cochlear efferent systems13
Intraoperative transimpedance and spread of excitation profile correlations with a lateral-wall cochlear implant electrode array13
Mismatch-negativity (MMN) in animal models: Homology of human MMN?13
A cochlear scaling model for accurate anatomy evaluation and frequency allocation in cochlear implantation13
Fabrication of human anatomy-based scala tympani models with a hydrophilic coating for cochlear implant insertion experiments13
Speech‐in‐noise perception in musicians and non‐musicians: A multi‐level meta-analysis13
Cortical responses to auditory novelty across task conditions: An intracranial electrophysiology study13
Age-related reduction in frequency-following responses as a potential marker of cochlear neural degeneration12
A deep learning approach to quantify auditory hair cells12
Blast-induced hearing loss suppresses hippocampal neurogenesis and disrupts long term spatial memory12
Translational implications of the interactions between hormones and age-related hearing loss12
Cisplatin exposure acutely disrupts mitochondrial bioenergetics in the zebrafish lateral-line organ12
Hearing and speech processing in midlife12
The thalamus and tinnitus: Bridging the gap between animal data and findings in humans12
Objective electroencephalography-based assessment for auditory rehabilitation of pediatric cochlear implant users12
Whole-brain monosynaptic inputs and outputs of glutamatergic neurons of the vestibular nuclei complex in mice12
Summating potentials from the utricular macula of anaesthetized guinea pigs12
Cortical mapping of mismatch responses to independent acoustic features12
The effect of a coding strategy that removes temporally masked pulses on speech perception by cochlear implant users11
Morphological and molecular correlates of altered hearing sensitivity in the genetically audiogenic seizure-prone hamster GASH/Sal11
Unravelling the temporal properties of human eCAPs through an iterative deconvolution model11
Expression pattern of brain-derived neurotrophic factor and its associated receptors: Implications for exogenous neurotrophin application11
A parcellation-based model of the auditory network11
Noise-induced hearing loss in zebrafish model: Characterization of tonotopy and sex-based differences11
Frequency following responses and rate change complexes in cochlear implant users11
Zika virus infection causes widespread damage to the inner ear11
The reduced auditory evoked potential component N1 after repeated stimulation: Refractoriness hypothesis vs. habituation account11
Advantages of double density alignment of fNIRS optodes to evaluate cortical activities related to phonological short-term memory using NIRS-SPM10
Prestin derived OHC surface area reduction underlies age‐related rescaling of frequency place coding10
Nonlinearity of intracochlear motion and local cochlear microphonic: Comparison between guinea pig and gerbil10
Sustained responses and neural synchronization to amplitude and frequency modulation in sound change with age10
Simulation of soft tissue stimulation–Indication of a skull bone vibration mechanism in bone conduction hearing10
Speech sound discrimination by Mongolian gerbils10
Using auditory reaction time to measure loudness growth in rats10
Emergence of prediction error along the human auditory hierarchy10
Characterization of promoters for adeno-associated virus mediated efficient Cas9 activation in adult Cas9 knock-in murine cochleae10
Human middle-ear muscle pulls change tympanic-membrane shape and low-frequency middle-ear transmission magnitudes and delays10
Cochlear detoxification: Role of alpha class glutathione transferases in protection against oxidative lipid damage, ototoxicity, and cochlear aging10
Relationship between vestibular hair cell loss and deficits in two anti-gravity reflexes in the rat.10
Encoding of deterministic and stochastic auditory rules in the human brain: The mismatch negativity mechanism does not reflect basic probability10
Is the posterior cingulate cortex an on-off switch for tinnitus?: A comparison between hearing loss subjects with and without tinnitus10
Static and dynamic cocktail party listening in younger and older adults9
Cochlear microphonic latency predicts outer hair cell function in animal models and clinical populations9
Three-dimensional quantification of fibrosis and ossification after cochlear implantation via virtual re-sectioning: Potential implications for residual hearing9
Age-related changes in event related potentials, steady state responses and temporal processing in the auditory cortex of mice with severe or mild hearing loss9
Neural encoding of spectro-temporal cues at slow and near speech-rate in cochlear implant users9
Identifying genetic risk variants associated with noise-induced hearing loss based on a novel strategy for evaluating individual susceptibility9
Breaking the sound barrier: Towards next-generation AAV vectors for gene therapy of hearing disorders9
Genes related to SNPs identified by Genome-wide association studies of age-related hearing loss show restriction to specific cell types in the adult mouse cochlea9
Evaluating peripheral versus central contributions to spectral context effects in speech perception9
Signaling pathways (Notch, Wnt, Bmp and Fgf) have additive effects on hair cell regeneration in the chick basilar papilla after streptomycin injury in vitro9
Speech signal enhancement in cocktail party scenarios by deep learning based virtual sensing of head-mounted microphones9
The perception of octave pitch affinity and harmonic fusion have a common origin9
Clinical perspective on hearing preservation in cochlear implantation, the University of Iowa experience9
The roles of NADPH and isocitrate dehydrogenase in cochlear mitochondrial antioxidant defense and aging9
Stimulus-specific adaptation, MMN and predictive coding9
Salicylate-induced changes in organ of Corti vibrations9
The effect of healthy aging on change detection and sensitivity to predictable structure in crowded acoustic scenes9
Social observation increases the cardiovascular response of hearing-impaired listeners during a speech reception task9
How low must you go? Effects of low-level noise on cochlear neural response9
New insights on repeated acoustic injury: Augmentation of cochlear susceptibility and inflammatory reaction resultant of prior acoustic injury9
Development of a chronically-implanted mouse model for studies of cochlear health and implant function9
Dissociable neural effects of temporal expectations due to passage of time and contextual probability9
From modulated noise to natural speech: The effect of stimulus parameters on the envelope following response9
Application and prospect of quasi-targeted metabolomics in age-related hearing loss8
Gene therapy for genetic mutations affecting non-sensory cells in the cochlea8
The role of the stria vascularis in neglected otologic disease8
Speech-Driven Spectrotemporal Receptive Fields Beyond the Auditory Cortex8
Transcranial attenuation in bone conduction stimulation8
LCCL peptide cleavage after noise exposure exacerbates hearing loss and is associated with the monocyte infiltration in the cochlea8
Cortical auditory evoked potentials, brain signal variability and cognition as biomarkers to detect the presence of chronic tinnitus8
Dopaminergic and cholinergic innervation in the mouse cochlea after noise-induced or age-related synaptopathy8
Age- and movement-related modulation of cortical oscillations in a mouse model of presbycusis8
Is cochlear synapse loss an origin of low-frequency hearing loss associated with endolymphatic hydrops?8
GJB2 mutation spectrum in the Taiwanese population and genotype–phenotype comparisons in patients with hearing loss carrying GJB2 c.109G>A and c.235delC mutations8
Novel Impedance Measures as Biomarker for Intracochlear Fibrosis8
Idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss: A critique on corticosteroid therapy8
In vivo whole-cell recordings of stimulus-specific adaptation in the inferior colliculus8
Do rat auditory event related potentials exhibit human mismatch negativity attributes related to predictive coding?8
Relationships between click auditory brainstem response and speech frequency following response with development in infants born preterm8
Immunohistochemical location of Na+, K+-ATPase α1 subunit in the human inner ear8
Changes in audiometric threshold and frequency selectivity correlate with cochlear histopathology in macaque monkeys with permanent noise-induced hearing loss8
Review of blast noise and the auditory system8
Experimental investigation of the effect of middle ear in bone conduction8
Human vestibular schwannoma reduces density of auditory nerve fibers in the osseous spiral lamina8
Rectifying and sluggish: Outer hair cells as regulators rather than amplifiers8
Assessment of auditory and vestibular damage in a mouse model after single and triple blast exposures8
Cortical potentials evoked by tone frequency changes compared to frequency discrimination and speech perception: Thresholds in normal-hearing and hearing-impaired subjects8
Cochlear spiral ganglion neuron degeneration following cyclodextrin-induced hearing loss8
Sensitivity to interaural time differences in the inferior colliculus of cochlear implanted rats with or without hearing experience8
A state-of-the-art implementation of a binaural cochlear-implant sound coding strategy inspired by the medial olivocochlear reflex8
Stratification of hippocampal electrophysiological activation evoked by selective electrical stimulation of different angular and linear acceleration sensors in the rat peripheral vestibular system7
A combinatorial approach to protect sensory tissue against cisplatin-induced ototoxicity7
Reduced effective connectivity between right parietal and inferior frontal cortex during audiospatial perception in neglect patients with a right-hemisphere lesion7
Cochlear amplification in the short-wave region by outer hair cells changing organ-of-Corti area to amplify the fluid traveling wave7
Late electrically-evoked compound action potentials as markers for acute micro-lesions of spiral ganglion neurons7
Effortful listening: Sympathetic activity varies as a function of listening demand but parasympathetic activity does not7
Practical aspects of inner ear gene delivery for research and clinical applications7
Spontaneous firing patterns in the medial geniculate nucleus in a guinea pig model of tinnitus7
The release from refractoriness hypothesis of N1 of event-related potentials needs reassessment7
The role of gfi1.2 in the development of zebrafish inner ear7
Electrical impedance guides electrode array in cochlear implantation using machine learning and robotic feeder7
Sex differences in subcortical auditory processing only partially explain higher prevalence of language disorders in males7
The onset of nonlinear growth of middle-ear responses to high intensity sounds7
The role of electroneural versus electrophonic stimulation on psychoacoustic electric-acoustic masking in cochlear implant users with residual hearing7
Brainstem auditory physiology in children with listening difficulties,7
Interaction of auditory and pain pathways: Effects of stimulus intensity, hearing loss and opioid signaling7
Prestrain in the rabbit eardrum measured by digital image correlation and micro-incisions7
Central auditory system responses from children while listening to speech in noise7
Therapeutics for hearing preservation and improvement of patient outcomes in cochlear implantation—Progress and possibilities7
Simulations with FADE of the effect of impaired hearing on speech recognition performance cast doubt on the role of spectral resolution7
Optical coherence tomographic measurements of the sound-induced motion of the ossicular chain in chinchillas: Additional modes of ossicular motion enhance the mechanical response of the chinchilla mid7
Single-incision cochlear implantation and hearing evaluation in piglets and minipigs7
Speech intelligibility prediction based on modulation frequency-selective processing7
Hearing loss caused by CMV infection is correlated with reduced endocochlear potentials caused by strial damage in murine models7
Physiology and biophysics of outer hair cells: The cells of Dallos7
Mitochondrial form and function in hair cells7
The search for correlates of age-related cochlear synaptopathy: Measures of temporal envelope processing and spatial release from speech-on-speech masking7
Age-related loss of auditory sensitivity in the zebrafish (Danio rerio)7
The effect of synchronized linked band selection on speech intelligibility of bilateral cochlear implant users7
Cortical activity evoked by voice pitch changes: A combined fNIRS and EEG study7
Dual-laser measurement of human stapes footplate motion under blast exposure7
Structural stiffening in the human middle ear due to static pressure: Finite-element analysis of combined static and dynamic middle-ear behavior6
Tricellular adherens junctions provide a cell surface delivery platform for connexin 26/30 oligomers in the cochlea6
Mild therapeutic hypothermia protects against inflammatory and proapoptotic processes in the rat model of cochlear implant trauma6
Intracochlear pressure in cadaver heads under bone conduction and intracranial fluid stimulation6
Contribution of the flexible incudo-malleal joint to middle-ear sound transmission under static pressure loads6
Output performance of the novel active transcutaneous bone conduction implant Sentio at different stimulation sites6
Bilateral age-related atrophy in the planum temporale is associated with vowel discrimination difficulty in healthy older adults6
Auditory distance perception in front and rear space6
Modelling shows that stimulation of the semicircular canals depends on the rotation centre6
An emerging role for stress granules in neurodegenerative disease and hearing loss6
Selective ablation of inner hair cells and subsequent in-situ hair cell regeneration in the neonatal mouse cochlea6
Interaction of micropatterned topographical and biochemical cues to direct neurite growth from spiral ganglion neurons6
Current topics in hearing research: Deafferentation and threshold independent hearing loss6
Uncertainty-based informational masking in a vowel discrimination task for young and old Mongolian gerbils6
Context is everything: How context shapes modulations of responses to unattended sound6
3D-localisation of cochlear implant electrode contacts in relation to anatomical structures from in vivo cone-beam computed tomography6
High frequency sensitivity to interaural onset time differences in the bat inferior colliculus6
Role of GluA4 in the acoustic and tactile startle responses6
Development of a finite element model of a human head including auditory periphery for understanding of bone-conducted hearing6
Short and long-term adaptation in the auditory nerve stimulated with high-rate electrical pulse trains are better described by a power law6
Deficient sensory and cognitive processing in children with cochlear implants: An event-related potential study6
Animal Models of Hearing Loss after Cochlear Implantation and Electrical Stimulation6
Cellular origin and response of flat epithelium in the vestibular end organs of mice to Atoh1 overexpression6
How much prestin motor activity is required for normal hearing?6
Analyses of the Tympanic Membrane Impulse Response Measured with High-Speed Holography6
Effect of exceeding compliance voltage on speech perception in cochlear implants6
Sex differences in body composition, voluntary wheel running activity, balance performance, and auditory function in CBA/CaJ mice across the lifespan6
Bayesian brain in tinnitus: Computational modeling of three perceptual phenomena using a modified Hierarchical Gaussian Filter6
Phoenix auditory neurons as 3R cell model for high throughput screening of neurogenic compounds6
Unloading outer hair cell bundles in vivo does not yield evidence of spontaneous oscillations in the mouse cochlea6
Speech recognition in echoic environments and the effect of aging and hearing impairment6
Exploring the middle ear function in patients with a cluster of symptoms including tinnitus, hyperacusis, ear fullness and/or pain5
Effects of electrical pulse polarity shape on intra cochlear neural responses in humans: Triphasic pulses with anodic and cathodic second phase5
Loss of high- or low-frequency audibility can partially explain effects of hearing loss on emotional responses to non-speech sounds5
Influence of the spread of electric field on neural excitation in cochlear implant users: Transimpedance and spread of excitation measurements5
Quantitative analysis of the biomechanical response of semicircular canals and nystagmus under different head positions5
Age-related changes in the temporal processing of acoustical signals in the auditory cortex of rats5
Cochlear implant material effects on inflammatory cell function and foreign body response5
Cochlear implant spectral bandwidth for optimizing electric and acoustic stimulation (EAS)5
Cortical processing of location and frequency changes of sounds in normal hearing listeners5
Melodic interval perception with acoustic and electric hearing in bimodal and single-sided deaf cochlear implant listeners5
Epigenetic mechanisms of inner ear development5
X-ray fluorescence microscopy: A method of measuring ion concentrations in the ear5
Hyperacusis: Loudness intolerance, fear, annoyance and pain5
The ultrastructural study of human cochlear nerve at different ages5
Comparing and modeling absolute auditory thresholds in an alternative-forced-choice and a yes-no procedure5
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