Dorothea Wendt
Dorothea Wendt
Eriksholm Research Centre, Technical University of Denmark
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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
Impact of stimulus-related factors and hearing impairment on listening effort as indicated by pupil dilation
B Ohlenforst, AA Zekveld, T Lunner, D Wendt, G Naylor, Y Wang, ...
Hearing research 351, 68-79, 2017
Impact of noise and noise reduction on processing effort: A pupillometry study
D Wendt, RK Hietkamp, T Lunner
Ear and hearing 38 (6), 690-700, 2017
Impact of background noise and sentence complexity on processing demands during sentence comprehension
D Wendt, T Dau, J Hjortkjær
Frontiers in psychology 7, 179420, 2016
Toward a more comprehensive understanding of the impact of masker type and signal-to-noise ratio on the pupillary response while performing a speech-in-noise test
D Wendt, T Koelewijn, P Książek, SE Kramer, T Lunner
Hearing research 369, 67-78, 2018
Relations between self-reported daily-life fatigue, hearing status, and pupil dilation during a speech perception in noise task
Y Wang, G Naylor, SE Kramer, AA Zekveld, D Wendt, B Ohlenforst, ...
Ear and Hearing 39 (3), 573-582, 2018
Impact of SNR, masker type and noise reduction processing on sentence recognition performance and listening effort as indicated by the pupil dilation response
B Ohlenforst, D Wendt, SE Kramer, G Naylor, AA Zekveld, T Lunner
Hearing research 365, 90-99, 2018
Pitch discrimination in musicians and non-musicians: Effects of harmonic resolvability and processing effort
F Bianchi, S Santurette, D Wendt, T Dau
Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology 17, 69-79, 2016
An eye-tracking paradigm for analyzing the processing time of sentences with different linguistic complexities
D Wendt, T Brand, B Kollmeier
PLoS One 9 (6), e100186, 2014
An exploratory study of EEG alpha oscillation and pupil dilation in hearing-aid users during effortful listening to continuous speech
T Seifi Ala, C Graversen, D Wendt, E Alickovic, WM Whitmer, T Lunner
Plos one 15 (7), e0235782, 2020
How hearing impairment affects sentence comprehension: using eye fixations to investigate the duration of speech processing
D Wendt, B Kollmeier, T Brand
Trends in Hearing 19, 2331216515584149, 2015
Hearing aid noise reduction lowers the sustained listening effort during continuous speech in noise—A combined pupillometry and EEG study
L Fiedler, TS Ala, C Graversen, E Alickovic, T Lunner, D Wendt
Ear and hearing 42 (6), 1590-1601, 2021
Effect of speech rate on neural tracking of speech
JA Müller, D Wendt, B Kollmeier, S Debener, T Brand
Frontiers in psychology 10, 409075, 2019
Comparing eye tracking with electrooculography for measuring individual sentence comprehension duration
JA Müller, D Wendt, B Kollmeier, T Brand
PloS one 11 (10), e0164627, 2016
Three new outcome measures that tap into cognitive processes required for real-life communication
T Lunner, E Alickovic, C Graversen, EHN Ng, D Wendt, G Keidser
Ear and hearing 41, 39S-47S, 2020
The pupil dilation response during speech perception in dark and light: The involvement of the parasympathetic nervous system in listening effort
Y Wang, SE Kramer, D Wendt, G Naylor, T Lunner, AA Zekveld
Trends in Hearing 22, 2331216518816603, 2018
How do we allocate our resources when listening and memorizing speech in noise? A pupillometry study
H Bönitz, T Lunner, M Finke, L Fiedler, B Lyxell, SK Riis, E Ng, AL Valdes, ...
Ear and Hearing 42 (4), 846-859, 2021
Neural representation enhanced for speech and reduced for background noise with a hearing aid noise reduction scheme during a selective attention task
E Alickovic, T Lunner, D Wendt, L Fiedler, R Hietkamp, EHN Ng, ...
Frontiers in neuroscience 14, 846, 2020
Pupil light reflex evoked by light-emitting diode and computer screen: Methodology and association with need for recovery in daily life
Y Wang, AA Zekveld, D Wendt, T Lunner, G Naylor, SE Kramer
PLoS One 13 (6), e0197739, 2018
Benefit of higher maximum force output on listening effort in bone-anchored hearing system users: a pupillometry study
F Bianchi, D Wendt, C Wassard, P Maas, T Lunner, T Rosenbom, ...
Ear and hearing 40 (5), 1220-1232, 2019
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