Stefanie E. Kuchinsky
Stefanie E. Kuchinsky
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center; University of Maryland
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Pupil size varies with word listening and response selection difficulty in older adults with hearing loss
SE Kuchinsky, JB Ahlstrom, KI Vaden Jr, SL Cute, LE Humes, JR Dubno, ...
Psychophysiology 50 (1), 23-34, 2013
1412013
Auditory cortex signs of age-related hearing loss
MA Eckert, SL Cute, KI Vaden, SE Kuchinsky, JR Dubno
Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology 13 (5), 703-713, 2012
1402012
The cingulo-opercular network provides word-recognition benefit
KI Vaden, SE Kuchinsky, SL Cute, JB Ahlstrom, JR Dubno, MA Eckert
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (48), 18979-18986, 2013
1222013
Best practices and advice for using pupillometry to measure listening effort: An introduction for those who want to get started
MB Winn, D Wendt, T Koelewijn, SE Kuchinsky
Trends in hearing 22, 2331216518800869, 2018
942018
Cortical activity predicts which older adults recognize speech in noise and when
KI Vaden, SE Kuchinsky, JB Ahlstrom, JR Dubno, MA Eckert
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (9), 3929-3937, 2015
622015
Speech‐perception training for older adults with hearing loss impacts word recognition and effort
SE Kuchinsky, JB Ahlstrom, SL Cute, LE Humes, JR Dubno, MA Eckert
Psychophysiology 51 (10), 1046-1057, 2014
582014
Pupillometry reveals changes in physiological arousal during a sustained listening task
R McGarrigle, P Dawes, AJ Stewart, SE Kuchinsky, KJ Munro
Psychophysiology 54 (2), 193-203, 2017
562017
Reversing the hands of time: Changing the mapping from seeing to saying.
SE Kuchinsky, K Bock, DE Irwin
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 37 (3), 748, 2011
442011
From seeing to saying: Perceiving, planning, producing
SE Kuchinsky
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2009
402009
White matter hyperintensities predict low frequency hearing in older adults
MA Eckert, SE Kuchinsky, KI Vaden, SL Cute, MV Spampinato, JR Dubno
Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology 14 (3), 425-433, 2013
382013
Cingulo-opercular function during word recognition in noise for older adults with hearing loss
KI Vaden Jr, SE Kuchinsky, JB Ahlstrom, SE Teubner-Rhodes, JR Dubno, ...
Experimental aging research 42 (1), 67-82, 2016
342016
Measuring listening-related effort and fatigue in school-aged children using pupillometry
R McGarrigle, P Dawes, AJ Stewart, SE Kuchinsky, KJ Munro
Journal of experimental child psychology 161, 95-112, 2017
332017
Task-related vigilance during word recognition in noise for older adults with hearing loss
SE Kuchinsky, KI Vaden Jr, JB Ahlstrom, SL Cute, LE Humes, JR Dubno, ...
Experimental aging research 42 (1), 50-66, 2016
292016
Multiple imputation of missing fMRI data in whole brain analysis
KI Vaden Jr, M Gebregziabher, SE Kuchinsky, MA Eckert
Neuroimage 60 (3), 1843-1855, 2012
282012
Word Intelligibility and Age Predict Visual Cortex Activity during Word Listening
SE Kuchinsky, KI Vaden Jr, NI Keren, KC Harris, JB Ahlstrom, JR Dubno, ...
Cerebral Cortex, 2011
232011
How message similarity shapes the timecourse of sentence formulation
AE Konopka, SE Kuchinsky
Journal of Memory and Language 84, 1-23, 2015
172015
Inferior frontal sensitivity to common speech sounds is amplified by increasing word intelligibility
KI Vaden Jr, SE Kuchinsky, NI Keren, KC Harris, JB Ahlstrom, JR Dubno, ...
Neuropsychologia 49 (13), 3563-3572, 2011
142011
The salience of linguistic clauses in young and older adults' running memory for speech
M Fallon, S Kuchinsky, A Wingfield
Experimental aging research 30 (4), 359-371, 2004
102004
Separable neural representations of sound sources: Speaker identity and musical timbre
M Ogg, D Moraczewski, SE Kuchinsky, LR Slevc
Neuroimage 191, 116-126, 2019
82019
The eyes are the windows to the ears: pupil size reflects listening effort
SE Kuchinsky, MA Eckert, JR Dubno
Audiology Today 23 (1), 56-59, 2011
82011
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