W. Owen Brimijoin
W. Owen Brimijoin
Research Scientist - Reality Labs Research
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The contribution of head movement to the externalization and internalization of sounds
WO Brimijoin, AW Boyd, MA Akeroyd
PloS one 8 (12), e83068, 2013
The role of head movements and signal spectrum in an auditory front/back illusion
WO Brimijoin, MA Akeroyd
i-Perception 3 (3), 179-182, 2012
Speech, movement, and gaze behaviours during dyadic conversation in noise
LV Hadley, WO Brimijoin, WM Whitmer
Scientific reports 9 (1), 10451, 2019
Auditory and visual orienting responses in listeners with and without hearing-impairment
WO Brimijoin, D McShefferty, MA Akeroyd
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 127, 3678, 2010
The moving minimum audible angle is smaller during self motion than during source motion.
WO Brimijoin, MA Akeroyd
Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience 8, 273, 2014
Egocentric and allocentric representations in auditory cortex
SM Town, WO Brimijoin, JK Bizley
PLoS biology 15 (6), e2001878, 2017
Undirected head movements of listeners with asymmetrical hearing impairment during a speech-in-noise task
WO Brimijoin, D McShefferty, MA Akeroyd
Hearing research 283 (1-2), 162-168, 2012
The effect of hearing aid microphone mode on performance in an auditory orienting task
WO Brimijoin, WM Whitmer, D McShefferty, MA Akeroyd
Ear and Hearing 35 (5), e204-e212, 2014
On the prediction of sweep rate and directional selectivity for FM sounds from two-tone interactions in the inferior colliculus
WO Brimijoin, WE O'Neill
Hearing research 210 (1-2), 63-79, 2005
Directional selectivity for FM sweeps in the suprageniculate nucleus of the mustached bat medial geniculate body
WE O'Neill, WO Brimijoin
Journal of neurophysiology 88 (1), 172, 2002
Conversation in small groups: Speaking and listening strategies depend on the complexities of the environment and group
LV Hadley, WM Whitmer, WO Brimijoin, G Naylor
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 28, 632-640, 2021
Psychophysical evidence for auditory motion parallax
D Genzel, M Schutte, WO Brimijoin, PR MacNeilage, L Wiegrebe
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (16), 4264-4269, 2018
Real-time estimation of horizontal gaze angle by saccade integration using in-ear electrooculography
Ľ Hlßdek, B Porr, WO Brimijoin
Plos one 13 (1), e0190420, 2018
Flexible binaural resynthesis of room impulse responses for augmented reality research
SVA GarÝ, WO Brimijoin, HG Hassager, PW Robinson
EAA Spatial Audio Signal Processing Symposium, 161-166, 2019
Patterned tone sequences reveal non-linear interactions in auditory spectrotemporal receptive fields in the inferior colliculus
WO Brimijoin, WE O’Neill
Hearing research 267 (1), 96-110, 2010
Influence of Microphone Housing on the Directional Response of Piezoelectric MEMS Microphones Inspired by Ormia Ochracea
R Bauer, Y Zhang, JC Jackson, WM Whitmer, WO Brimijoin, MA Akeroyd, ...
IEEE Sensors Journal 17 (17), 5529-5536, 2017
The effects of hearing impairment, age, and hearing aids on the use of self-motion for determining front/back location
WO Brimijoin, MA Akeroyd
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 27 (07), 588-600, 2016
Auditory compensation for head rotation is incomplete.
TCA Freeman, JF Culling, MA Akeroyd, WO Brimijoin
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 43 (2), 371, 2017
The internal representation of vowel spectra investigated using behavioral response-triggered averaging
W Owen Brimijoin, MA Akeroyd, E Tilbury, B Porr
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 133 (2), EL118-EL122, 2013
Biomimetic direction of arrival estimation for resolving front-back confusions in hearing aids
AW Archer-Boyd, WM Whitmer, WO Brimijoin, JJ Soraghan
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 137 (5), EL360-EL366, 2015
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