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Estis, J.M., Coblentz, J.K., and Moore, R.E. (2009) Effects of increasing time delays on pitch matching accuracy in trained singers and untrained individuals. Journal of Voice. 23 (4):439-445.

Adams, E.M. and Moore, R. (2009) Effects of speech rate, background noise, and simulated hearing loss on speech rate judgment and speech intelligibility in young listeners. Journal of the Amercian Academy of Audiology. 20:28-39.

Gordon-Hickey, S. and Moore, R. (2008) Acceptance of noise with intelligible, reversed, and unfamiliar primary discourse. American Journal of Audiology. 17:129-135.

Moore, R., Estis, J., Gordon-Hickey, S., and Watts, C. (2008) Vocal and tonal pitch matching and pitch discrimination. Journal of Voice. 22:399-407.

Moore, R., Keaton, C., and Watts, C. (2007) The role of pitch memory in pitch discrimination and pitch matching. Journal of Voice. 21: 560-567

Gordon-Hickey, S. and Moore, R. (2007) Influence of music and music preference on acceptable noise levels in listeners with normal hearing. Journal of American Academy of Audiology. 18:417-428.

Moore, R., Adams, E., Dagenais, P., and Caffey, C. (2007) The effects of filtering and reverberation on speech rate perception. International Journal of Audiology. 46:154-160.

Moore, R., Estis, J., Zhang, F., Watts, C., and Marble, E. (2007) Peceptual and Motor Skills. Relationship of distortion product otoacoustic emission suppression and pitch matching and pitch discrimination abilities. 104:777-784.

Dagenais, P., Brown, G., and Moore, R. (2006) Speech rate effects upon intelligibility and acceptability of dysarthric speech. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics. 20(2/3): 141-148.

Watts, C., Moore, R., and McCaghron, K. (2005). The relationship between pitch matching and pitch discrimination in untrained talented and non-talented singers. Journal of Voice. (19): 534-543.

Sims, M.H. and Moore, R.E. (1984) The auditory brainstem response in the clinically normal dog. American Journal of Veterinary Research (45).

Sims, M.H. and Moore, R.E. (1984) The middle latency response in the clinically normal dog. American Journal of Veterinary Research (45).

Shea, J.J., Emmett, J.R., and Moore, R.E. (1979) The surgical treatment of Meniere's disease. Laryngoscope (89).

Manuscripts in Preparation, Review, or Revision

Estis, J., Parisi, J., Moore, R., and Brungart, D. Evaluation of speech intelligibility in military communication headsets: The effects of microphone type. (submitted to Human Factors)

Moore, R., Gordon-Hickey, S., and Jones, A. A comparison of acceptable noise levels in children and adults. (Submitted to International Journal of Audiology)

Estis, J., Dean-Claytor, A., and Moore, R. Pitch matching accuracy in trained singers and untrained individuals: The impact of musical interference and noise. (Submitted to Journal of Voice)

Gordon-Hickey, S., Moore, R., and Estis, J.The effects of different stimulus conditions on the acceptable noise level for young adults with normal hearing. (Submitted to the Journal of the American Academy of Audiology)
 

 

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