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Andrew Kolarik
Andrew Kolarik
Lecturer, School of Psychology, University of East Anglia
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A summary of research investigating echolocation abilities of blind and sighted humans
AJ Kolarik, S Cirstea, S Pardhan, BCJ Moore
Hearing research 310, 60-68, 2014
2282014
Auditory distance perception in humans: a review of cues, development, neuronal bases, and effects of sensory loss
AJ Kolarik, BCJ Moore, P Zahorik, S Cirstea, S Pardhan
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78 (2), 373-395, 2016
2142016
Evidence for enhanced discrimination of virtual auditory distance among blind listeners using level and direct-to-reverberant cues
AJ Kolarik, S Cirstea, S Pardhan
Experimental brain research 224 (4), 623-633, 2013
712013
Blindness enhances auditory obstacle circumvention: Assessing echolocation, sensory substitution, and visual-based navigation
AJ Kolarik, AC Scarfe, BCJ Moore, S Pardhan
PloS one 12 (4), e0175750, 2017
472017
Discrimination of virtual auditory distance using level and direct-to-reverberant ratio cues
A Kolarik, S Cirstea, S Pardhan
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 134 (5), 3395-3398, 2013
282013
Evaluation of a method for enhancing interaural level differences at low frequencies
BCJ Moore, A Kolarik, MA Stone, YW Lee
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140 (4), 2817-2828, 2016
262016
Using acoustic information to perceive room size: effects of blindness, room reverberation time, and stimulus
AJ Kolarik, S Pardhan, S Cirstea, BCJ Moore
Perception 42 (9), 985-990, 2013
262013
Precision and accuracy of ocular following: influence of age and type of eye movement
AJ Kolarik, TH Margrain, TCA Freeman
Experimental Brain Research 201 (2), 271-282, 2010
262010
An assessment of auditory-guided locomotion in an obstacle circumvention task
AJ Kolarik, AC Scarfe, BCJ Moore, S Pardhan
Experimental brain research 234 (6), 1725-1735, 2016
252016
Auditory spatial representations of the world are compressed in blind humans
AJ Kolarik, S Pardhan, S Cirstea, BCJ Moore
Experimental Brain Research 235 (2), 597-606, 2017
202017
Sensory substitution information informs locomotor adjustments when walking through apertures
AJ Kolarik, MA Timmis, S Cirstea, S Pardhan
Experimental brain research 232 (3), 975-984, 2014
182014
An assessment of virtual auditory distance judgments among blind and sighted listeners
AJ Kolarik, S Cirstea, S Pardhan, BC Moore
Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics ICA2013 19 (1), 050043, 2013
172013
Measurement of the binaural auditory filter using a detection task
AJ Kolarik, JF Culling
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 127 (5), 3009-3017, 2010
132010
The role of visual experience in auditory space perception around the legs
E Aggius-Vella, C Campus, AJ Kolarik, M Gori
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 1-10, 2019
102019
Echoic sensory substitution information in a single obstacle circumvention task
AJ Kolarik, AC Scarfe, BCJ Moore, S Pardhan
PloS one 11 (8), e0160872, 2016
102016
Measurement of the binaural temporal window using a lateralisation task
AJ Kolarik, JF Culling
Hearing research 248 (1-2), 60-68, 2009
102009
The accuracy of auditory spatial judgments in the visually impaired is dependent on sound source distance
AJ Kolarik, R Raman, BCJ Moore, S Cirstea, S Gopalakrishnan, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-9, 2020
72020
Comparison of auditory spatial bisection and minimum audible angle in front, lateral, and back space
E Aggius-Vella, AJ Kolarik, M Gori, S Cirstea, C Campus, BCJ Moore, ...
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-9, 2020
72020
Partial visual loss affects self-reports of hearing abilities measured using a modified version of the Speech, Spatial, and Qualities of Hearing Questionnaire
AJ Kolarik, R Raman, BCJ Moore, S Cirstea, S Gopalakrishnan, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 561, 2017
62017
A framework to account for the effects of visual loss on human auditory abilities.
AJ Kolarik, S Pardhan, BCJ Moore
Psychological Review, 2021
42021
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