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Colette McKay
Colette McKay
Professor of Hearing Research, The Bionics Institute, Australia, and University of Manchester, UK
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A new portable sound processor for the University of Melbourne/Nucleus Limited multielectrode cochlear implant
HJ McDermott, CM Mckay, AE Vandali
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 91 (6), 3367-3371, 1992
2861992
Music perception of cochlear implant users compared with that of hearing aid users
V Looi, H McDermott, C McKay, L Hickson
Ear and hearing 29 (3), 421-434, 2008
2042008
Perceptual characterization of children with auditory neuropathy
G Rance, C McKay, D Grayden
Ear and hearing 25 (1), 34-46, 2004
1912004
Pitch ranking ability of cochlear implant recipients: A comparison of sound-processing strategies
AE Vandali, C Sucher, DJ Tsang, CM McKay, JWD Chew, HJ McDermott
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 117 (5), 3126-3138, 2005
1592005
Effect of interphase gap and pulse duration on electrically evoked potentials is correlated with auditory nerve survival
P Prado-Guitierrez, LM Fewster, JM Heasman, CM McKay, RK Shepherd
Hearing research 215 (1-2), 47-55, 2006
1522006
Musical pitch perception with electrical stimulation of the cochlea
HJ McDermott, CM McKay
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 101 (3), 1622-1631, 1997
1511997
The relationship between speech perception and electrode discrimination in cochlear implantees
BA Henry, CM McKay, HJ McDermott, GM Clark
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 108 (3), 1269-1280, 2000
1452000
Pitch ranking with nonsimultaneous dual‐electrode electrical stimulation of the cochlea
HJ McDermott, CM McKay
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 96 (1), 155-162, 1994
1421994
Pitch percepts associated with amplitude‐modulated current pulse trains in cochlear implantees
CM McKay, HJ McDermott, GM Clark
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 96 (5), 2664-2673, 1994
1361994
Reduced connectivity of the auditory cortex in patients with auditory hallucinations: a resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging study
M Gavrilescu, S Rossell, GW Stuart, TL Shea, H Innes-Brown, K Henshall, ...
Psychological medicine 40 (7), 1149-1158, 2010
1312010
Short-term auditory memory in children using cochlear implants and its relevance to receptive language
PW Dawson, PA Busby, CM McKay, GM Clark
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2002
1302002
Loudness perception with pulsatile electrical stimulation: the effect of interpulse intervals
CM McKay, HJ McDermott
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 104 (2), 1061-1074, 1998
1301998
Speech perception benefit for children with a cochlear implant and a hearing aid in opposite ears and children with bilateral cochlear implants
M Mok, KL Galvin, RC Dowell, CM McKay
Audiology and Neurotology 15 (1), 44-56, 2010
1292010
Sound-processing strategy for cochlear implants
PJ Blamey, C McKay, H McDermott
US Patent 7,171,272, 2007
1152007
Cochlear implants: Auditory prostheses and electric hearing
FG Zeng
Springer Science & Business Media, 2004
1142004
Central auditory processing in patients with auditory hallucinations
CM McKay, DM Headlam, DL Copolov
American Journal of Psychiatry 157 (5), 759-766, 2000
1142000
Loudness summation for pulsatile electrical stimulation of the cochlea: Effects of rate, electrode separation, level, and mode of stimulation
CM McKay, MD Remine, HJ McDermott
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 110 (3), 1514-1524, 2001
1122001
Place and temporal cues in pitch perception: are they truly independent?
CM McKay, HJ McDermott, RP Carlyon
Acoustics Research Letters Online 1 (1), 25-30, 2000
1092000
A practical method of predicting the loudness of complex electrical stimuli
CM McKay, KR Henshall, RJ Farrell, HJ McDermott
The journal of the acoustical society of America 113 (4), 2054-2063, 2003
1022003
Comparisons of quality ratings for music by cochlear implant and hearing aid users
V Looi, H McDermott, C McKay, L Hickson
Ear and hearing 28 (2), 59S-61S, 2007
942007
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