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Roberts, Brian, Summers, Robert J. and Bailey, Peter J. (2022). Effects of stimulus naturalness and contralateral interferers on lexical bias in consonant identification. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 151 (5), pp. 3369-3386.

Roberts, Brian, Summers, Robert J. and Bailey, Peter J. (2021). Mandatory dichotic integration of second-formant information: Contralateral sine bleats have predictable effects on consonant place judgments. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 150 (5), pp. 3693-3710.

Rajasingam, Saima L., Summers, Robert J. and Roberts, Brian (2021). The dynamics of auditory stream segregation:effects of sudden changes in frequency, level, or modulation. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 149 (6), pp. 3769-3784.

Roberts, Brian and Summers, Robert (2020). Informational masking of speech depends on masker spectro-temporal variation but not on its coherence. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 148 (4), pp. 2416-2428.

Summers, Robert and Roberts, Brian (2020). Informational masking of speech by acoustically similar intelligible and unintelligible interferers. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 147 (2), pp. 1113-1125.

Roberts, Brian and Summers, Robert J (2019). Dichotic integration of acoustic-phonetic information: Competition from extraneous formants increases the effect of second-formant attenuation on intelligibility. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 145 (3), pp. 1230-1240.

Rajasingam, Saima L., Summers, Robert J. and Roberts, Brian (2018). Stream biasing by different induction sequences: Evaluating stream capture as an account of the segregation-promoting effects of constant-frequency inducers. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 144 (6), pp. 3409-3420.

Roberts, Brian and Summers, Robert J. (2018). Informational masking of speech by time-varying competitors: Effects of frequency region and number of interfering formants. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 143 (2), pp. 891-900.

Stachurski, Marcin, Summers, Robert J. and Roberts, Brian (2017). Stream segregation of concurrent speech and the verbal transformation effect:influence of fundamental frequency and lateralization cues. Hearing Research, 354 , pp. 16-27.

Summers, Robert J., Bailey, Peter J. and Roberts, Brian (2017). Informational masking and the effects of differences in fundamental frequency and fundamental-frequency contour on phonetic integration in a formant ensemble. Hearing Research, 344 , 295–303.

Summers, Robert J., Bailey, Peter J. and Roberts, Brian (2016). Across-formant integration and speech intelligibility:effects of acoustic source properties in the presence and absence of a contralateral interferer. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 140 (2), pp. 1227-1238.

Roberts, Brian, Summers, Robert J. and Bailey, Peter J. (2015). Acoustic source characteristics, across-formant integration, and speech intelligibility under competitive conditions. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception and Performance Psychology, 41 (3), pp. 680-691.

Roberts, Brian and Summers, Robert J. (2015). Informational masking of monaural target speech by a single contralateral formant. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 137 (5), pp. 2726-2736.

Stachurski, Marcin, Summers, Robert J. and Roberts, Brian (2015). The verbal transformation effect and the perceptual organization of speech:influence of formant transitions and F0-contour continuity. Hearing Research, 323 , pp. 22-31.

Roberts, Brian, Summers, Robert J. and Bailey, Peter J. (2014). Formant-frequency variation and informational masking of speech by extraneous formants:evidence against dynamic and speech-specific acoustical constraints. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception and Performance Psychology, 40 (4), pp. 1507-1525.

Roberts, Brian, Summers, Robert J. and Bailey, Peter J. (2014). Formant-Frequency Variation and Informational Masking of Speech by Extraneous Formants : Evidence Against Dynamic and Speech-Specific Acoustical Constraints. Journal of experimental psychology, First ,

Haywood, Nicholas R. and Roberts, Brian (2013). Build-up of auditory stream segregation induced by tone sequences of constant or alternating frequency and the resetting effects of single deviants. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception and Performance Psychology, 39 (6), pp. 1652-1666.

Haywood, Nicholas R. and Roberts, Brian (2013). Build-up of auditory stream segregation induced by tone sequences of constant or alternating frequency and the resetting effects of single deviants. Journal of experimental psychology, Early ,

Roberts, Brian, Summers, Robert J. and Bailey, Peter J. (2011). The intelligibility of noise-vocoded speech:spectral information available from across-channel comparison of amplitude envelopes. Proceeding of the Royal Society: Series B, 278 (1711), pp. 1595-1600.

Book Section

Roberts, Brian, Summers, Robert J. and Bailey, Peter J. (2013). Formant-frequency variation and its effects on across-formant grouping in speech perception. IN: Basic aspects of hearing. Moore, Brian C.J.; Patterson, Roy D.; Winter, Ian M.; Carlyon, Robert P. and Gockel, Hedwig E. (eds) Advances in experimental medicine and biology . New York (US): Springer.

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