Publications

Speech-Processing Fatigue in Children: Auditory Event-Related Potential and Behavioral Measures  AP Key, SJ Gustafson, L Rentmeester, BWY Hornsby, FH Bess,  Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 1-15

A taxonomy of fatigue concepts and their relation to hearing loss BWY Hornsby, G Naylor, FH Bess,  Ear and hearing 37, 136S-144S

Hearing impairment and cognitive energy: The framework for understanding effortful listening (FUEL) MK Pichora-Fuller, SE Kramer, MA Eckert, B Edwards, BWY Hornsby,  Ear and hearing 37, 5S-27S

Salivary cortisol profiles of children with hearing loss FH Bess, SJ Gustafson, BA Corbett, EW Lambert, SM Camarata, Ear and hearing 37 (3), 334-344

Subjective ratings of fatigue and vigor in adults with hearing loss are driven by perceived hearing difficulties not degree of hearing loss BWY Hornsby, AM Kipp Ear and hearing 37 (1), e1-e10

Factors influencing hearing aid use in the classroom: A pilot study SJ Gustafson, H Davis, BWY Hornsby, FH Bess, American journal of audiology 24 (4), 563-568

Commentary: Listening can be exhausting—Fatigue in children and adults with hearing loss FH Bess, BWY Hornsby, Ear and hearing 35 (6), 592-599

Estimates of cochlear compression using distortion product otoacoustic emissions and growth of forward masking TM Moore, LJ Hood, BWY Hornsby, Ear and hearing 35 (6), 711-714

The complexities of fatigue in children with hearing loss, FH Bess, BWY Hornsby, Perspectives on Hearing and Hearing Disorders in Childhood

Subjective fatigue in children with hearing loss: Some preliminary findings BWY Hornsby, K Werfel, S Camarata, FH Bess, American Journal of Audiology 23 (1), 129-134

How Hard Can It Be To Listen? Fatigue in School-Age Children with Hearing Loss FH Bess, SJ Gustafson, BWY Hornsby, Journal of Educational Audiology 20, 1-14

How hearing aids, background noise, and visual cues influence objective listening effort EM Picou, TA Ricketts, BWY Hornsby Ear and Hearing 34 (5), e52-e64

The effects of hearing aid use on listening effort and mental fatigue associated with sustained speech processing demands, BWY Hornsby, Ear and Hearing 34 (5), 523-534

Horizontal plane localization in single-sided deaf adults fitted with a bone-anchored hearing aid (Baha)  DW Grantham, DH Ashmead, DS Haynes, BWY Hornsby, RF Labadie, Ear and hearing 33 (5), 595-603

Auditory perception of motor vehicle travel paths DH Ashmead, DW Grantham, ES Maloff, B Hornsby, T Nakamura, Human factors 54 (3), 437-453

Visual cues and listening effort: Individual variability EM Picou, TA Ricketts, BWY Hornsby  Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 54 (5), 1416-1430

Effects of degree and configuration of hearing loss on the contribution of high-and low-frequency speech information to bilateral speech understanding  BWY Hornsby, EE Johnson, E Picou, Ear and hearing 32 (5), 543

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