Publications

(* peer reviewed)

*Winkler, A., Carroll, R., & Holube, I. (2019). Impact of lexical parameters and audibility on the recognition of the Freiburg monosyllabic speech test. Ear & Hearing. doi: 10.1097/AUD.0000000000000737.

*Chanturidze, M., Carroll, R., & Ruigendijk, E. (2019). Comprehension and production of prepositions by German-speaking children. In P. Guijarro-Fuentes, & C. Suárez-Gómez (Eds.), Proceedings of GALA 2017: Language Acquisition and Development (pp. 271-288). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

*Rosemann, S., Gießing, C., Özyurt, J., Carroll, R., Puschmann, S., & Thiel, C. (2017). The contribution of cognitive factors to individual differences in understanding noise-vocoded speech. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11:294.
doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2017.00294.

Winkler, A., Carroll, R., & Holube, I. (2017). Analyse von Nachbarschaftsparametern anhand der Freiburger Einsilber [Neighborhood parameters using the Freiburg Monosyllables Test]. Proceedings of the 20th Annual Convention of the German Audiological Society.

*Carroll, R., & Ruigendijk, E. (2016). ERP responses to processing prosodic phrasing of sentences in amplitude modulated noise. Neuropsychologia, 82, 91-103.
doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2016.01.014.

*Carroll, R., Uslar, V., Brand, T., & Ruigendijk, E. (2016). Processing mechanisms in hearing impaired listeners: Evidence from reaction times and sentence interpretation. Ear & Hearing, 37(6), e391-e401. doi: 10.1097/AUD.0000000000000339.

*Carroll, R. & Warzybok, A. (2016)Speech recognition in reverberation and noise: The roles of the lexicon and age. In: H. van den Heuvel, B. Cranen, & S. Mattys (eds.), Proceedings of the Speech in Realistic Environments (SPIRE) Workshop (pp. 19-20). ISSN: 2468-2578.

Carroll, R., Warzybok, A., Ruigendijk, E., & Kollmeier, B. (2016). Age-related differences in lexical access relate to speech recognition in noise. Frontiers in Psychology, 7: 990. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00990.

Fuhrhop, N., Carroll, R., Drews, C., & Ruigendijk, E. (2016). Sind die Buchstabenformen eine Lesehilfe? [Do letter shapes facilitate reading?]. Mitteilungen des Germanistenverbandes, Special Issue ‘Der gute Leser’, 63(2), 119-128. doi: 10.14220/mdge.2016.63.2.119

*Carroll, R., Meis, M., Schulte, M., Vormann, M., Kießling, J., & Meister, H. (2015). Development of a German Reading Span Test with dual task design for application in cognitive hearing research. International Journal of Audiology, 54(2), 136-141.
doi:10.3109/14992027.2014.952458.

Carroll, R., Warzybok, A., Ruigendijk, E., & Kollmeier, B. (2015). Influence of vocabulary knowledge & lexical access times on speech intelligibility in different acoustic conditions. Proceedings of the 18th Annual Convention of the German Association of Audiology (DGA) on CD-ROM. ISBN 978-3-9813141-5-1.

*Domahs, U., Plag, I., & Carroll, R. (2014). Word stress assignment in German, English, and Dutch: Quantity-sensitivity and extrametricality revisited. Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics, 17(1), 59-96. doi:10.1007/s10828-014-9063-9.

*Carroll, R. & Ruigendijk, E. (2013). The effect of syntactic complexity on sentence processing in noise. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 42(2), 139-159. doi:10.1007/s10936-012-9213.

Carroll, R., Zokoll, M., & Wittkop, T. (2013). Überprüfung wandlerspezifischer Korrekturwerte für verschiedene Kopfhörer durch Sprachverständlichkeitsschwellen in Ruhe. [Verifying transducer-specific correction values for various headphones via speech intelligibility thresholds in quiet]. Proceedings of the 16th Annual Convention of the German Association of Audiology (DGA) on CD-ROM. ISBN 978-3-9813141-3-7.

Meis, M., Schulte, M., Vormann, M., Wagener, K., Meister, H., Rählmann, S., Neher, T., Carroll, R., & Kießling, J. (2013). Kognitive Leistungen und Sprachverstehen im Störgeräusch: Ein Vergleich kognitiver Testverfahren. [Cognitive capacitiy and speech intelligibility in noise: A comparison of test procedures]. Proceedings of the 16th Annual Convention of the German Association of Audiology (DGA) on CD-ROM. ISBN 978-3-9813141-3-7. [pdf]

*Uslar, V., Carroll, R., Hanke, M., Hamann, C., Ruigendijk, E., Brand, T., & Kollmeier, B. (2013). Development and evaluation of a linguistically and audiologically controlled sentence intelligibility test. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 134(4), 3039-3056. doi:10.1121/1.4818760.

*Uslar, V., Carroll, R., Wendt, D., Ruigendijk, E., & Brand, T. (2013). Warum die Ente der Hund tadelt: Mögliche neue Wege in der Audiologie mit den Oldenburger Linguistisch und Audiologisch Kontrollierten Sätzen. [Why the duck is reprimanded by the dog: New possibilities in Audiology with the Oldenburg Linguistically and Audiologically Controlled Sentences]. Zeitschrift für Audiologie (Audiological Acoustics), 52(1), 6-15.

Carroll, R., Brand, T., & Ruigendijk, E. (2012). Wer macht was mit wem? Zur Differenzierung von Verständlichkeit, Verarbeitung und Verstehen von Sprache [Who does what to whom? On the differentiation of intelligibility, processing, and comprehension of speech and language]. Proceedings of the 15th Annual Conventon of the German Association of Audiology (DGA) on CD-ROM. ISBN: 978-3-9813141-2-0. [pdf]

*Genevska-Hanke, D., Hamann, C., & Carroll, R. (2012). The influence of L1 phonology on L2 phoneme perception. In R. Carroll & A. Olthoff (eds.). Linguistik im Nordwesten: Beiträge zum 3. Nordwestdeutschen Linguistischen Kolloquium, 3.-4. Dezember 2010, (pp. 117-146). [Linguistics in the Northwest: Contributions the the 3rd Northwestern Linguistics Colloquium]. Bochum: Brockmeyer Verlag. ISBN 978-3-8196-0850-6.

*Uslar, V., Brand, T., Hanke, M., Carroll, R., Ruigendijk, E., Hamann, C. & Kollmeier, B. (2011). Does sentence complexity interfere with intelligibility in noise? Evaluation of the Oldenburg Linguistically and Audiologically Controlled Sentence Test (OLACS). Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (InterSpeech). Makuhari, Chiba, Japan. 2482-2485.

*Uslar, V., Hanke, M., Carroll, R., Brand, T., Ruigendijk, E., Hamann, C., & Kollmeier, B. (2010). Entwicklung eines Sprachkorpus zur Bestimmung des Sprachverstehens bei variabler linguistischer Komplexität [Development of a speech corpus for determining speech intelligibility at variable linguistic complexity], In: Fortschritte der Akustik, DAGA 2010 (pp. 83-84). DEGA e.V.: Berlin.


BOOKS & EDITED VOLUMES


Carroll, R. (2013). Effects of Syntactic Complexity and Prosody on Sentence Processing in Noise. Aachen: Shaker. ISBN 978-3-8440-2008-3.

Carroll, R. & Olthoff, A. (Eds.). (2012). Linguistik im Nordwesten: Beiträge zum 3. Nordwestdeutschen Linguistischen Kolloquium, 3.-4. Dezember 2010. [Linguistics in the Northwest: Contributions the the 3rd Northwestern Linguistics Colloquium]. Bochum: Brockmeyer Verlag (=Diversitas Linguarum 32). ISBN 978-3-8196-0850-6.


MANUSCRIPTS & SUBMITTED WORK


Jochmann, A., Ruigendijk, E., & Carroll, R. (2014). Processing object-first structures in fast speech: An offline phenomenon?. Unpublished manuscript.

Carroll, R. & Ruigendijk, E. (2013). Sentence processing in modulated speech-shaped noise – Auditory perception and sentence complexity. Unpublished manuscript.