Fogerty D, Entwistle J. Level considerations for chimeric processing: Temporal envelope and fine structure contributions to speech intelligibility. J Acoust Soc Am. 2015;138:EL459-64 pubmed publisher
..Results partially confirm the primary role of the ENV in determining speech intelligibility but demonstrate significant TFS contributions during selective ENV masking. ..
Fogerty D, Kewley Port D, Humes L. The relative importance of consonant and vowel segments to the recognition of words and sentences: effects of age and hearing loss. J Acoust Soc Am. 2012;132:1667-78 pubmed publisher
..Combined, results argue that older listeners are able to use essential cues carried by vowels for sentence intelligibility. ..
Fogerty D. Indexical properties influence time-varying amplitude and fundamental frequency contributions of vowels to sentence intelligibility. J Phon. 2015;52:89-104 pubmed
..Temporal envelope modulations of vowels may contribute to intelligibility once they are successfully integrated with the preserved signal. ..
Fogerty D, Kewley Port D, Humes L. Temporal offset judgments for concurrent vowels by young, middle-aged, and older adults. J Acoust Soc Am. 2012;131:EL499-505 pubmed publisher
..For older listeners, correlations with various temporal processing tasks indicated that vowel temporal-order thresholds were related to multiplicity, while age and non-speech gap-detection thresholds were related to gap-identification. ..