Julia Habicht

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This study assessed the effects of hearing aid (HA) experience on how quickly a participant can grasp the meaning of an acoustic sentence-in-noise stimulus presented together with two similar pictures that either correctly (target) or incorrectly (competitor) depict the meaning conveyed by the sentence. Using an eye tracker, the time taken by the(More)
OBJECTIVES Using a longitudinal design, the present study sought to substantiate indications from two previous cross-sectional studies that hearing aid (HA) experience leads to improved speech processing abilities as quantified using eye-gaze measurements. Another aim was to explore potential concomitant changes in event-related potentials (ERPs) to speech(More)
Proceedings of ISAAR 2015: Individual Hearing Loss – Characterization, Modelling, Compensation Strategies. 5 symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research. August 2015, Nyborg, Denmark. Edited by S. Santurette, T. Dau, J. C. Dalsgaard, L. Tranebjærg, and T. Andersen. ISBN: 978-87-990013-5-4. The Danavox Jubilee Foundation, 2015. Effects of auditory(More)
Concentrations inhibiting 50% of the prostaglandin E2 release from phorbol ester-stimulated mouse peritoneal macrophages in-vitro were determined for 59 monosubstituted congeners of salicylic acid, benzoic acid and phenol. Twenty-seven further compounds, mainly benzoic acids, were found to be inactive. An attempt was made to establish a quantitative(More)
brushes’’) are interesting systems for a number of practical reasons originating from their use as lubricants, in colloidal stabilization, or as compatibilizers [1]. From a fundamental polymer science point of view they exhibit numerous interesting structural and dynamical features depending, e.g., on chain length and graft density, as well as on(More)
Ab Initio, molecular orbital methods are being used to analyze and interpret structure-activity relationships in anti-inflammatory phenols, benzoates and salicylates. The results show a correlation between the potency of the active compounds as inhibitors of prostaglandin production in cell cultures and the orbital energy of the highest occupied molecular(More)
Ab initio, quantum chemical methods are being used to analyze and interpret structure-activity relationships in nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. The biological data for this study derive from full dose-response curves of the inhibitory potency of phenols, salicylates, and benzoates on prostaglandin production in mouse macrophages. To date, about 80(More)
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