Sabine J. Schlittmeier
Sabine J. Schlittmeier
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The impact of background speech varying in intelligibility: Effects on cognitive performance and perceived disturbance
SJ Schlittmeier, J Hellbrück, R Thaden, M Vorländer
Ergonomics 51 (5), 719-736, 2008
Combined effects of acoustic and visual distraction on cognitive performance and well-being
A Liebl, J Haller, B Jödicke, H Baumgartner, S Schlittmeier, J Hellbrück
Applied ergonomics 43 (2), 424-434, 2012
Algorithmic modeling of the irrelevant sound effect (ISE) by the hearing sensation fluctuation strength
SJ Schlittmeier, T Weißgerber, S Kerber, H Fastl, J Hellbrück
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74, 194-203, 2012
Background music as noise abatement in open‐plan offices: A laboratory study on performance effects and subjective preferences
SJ Schlittmeier, J Hellbrück
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2009
Does irrelevant music cause an irrelevant sound effect for auditory items?
SJ Schlittmeier, J Hellbrück, M Klatte
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 20 (2), 252-271, 2008
The irrelevant sound effect in short-term memory: Is there developmental change?
M Klatte, T Lachmann, S Schlittmeier, J Hellbrück
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 22 (8), 1168-1191, 2010
The effects of intelligible irrelevant background speech in offices–cognitive disturbance, annoyance, and solutions
SJ Schlittmeier, A Liebl
Facilities 33 (1/2), 61-75, 2015
Short-term annoyance reactions to stationary and time-varying wind turbine and road traffic noise: a laboratory study
B Schäffer, SJ Schlittmeier, R Pieren, K Heutschi, M Brink, R Graf, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 139 (5), 2949-2963, 2016
The impact of road traffic noise on cognitive performance in attention-based tasks depends on noise level even within moderate-level ranges
SJ Schlittmeier, A Feil, A Liebl, J Hellbrück
Noise and health 17 (76), 148-157, 2015
The effects of speech intelligibility and temporal–spectral variability on performance and annoyance ratings
A Liebl, A Assfalg, SJ Schlittmeier
Applied Acoustics 110, 170-175, 2016
Unmasking the effects of masking on performance: The potential of multiple-voice masking in the office environment
M Keus van de Poll, J Carlsson, JE Marsh, R Ljung, J Odelius, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 138 (2), 807-816, 2015
Elektromagnetische Felder einer UMTS-Mobilfunkbasisstation und mögliche Auswirkungen auf die Befindlichkeit–eine experimentelle Felduntersuchung
S Heinrich, A Ossig, S Schlittmeier, J Hellbrück
Umweltmedizin in Forschung und Praxis 12 (3), 171-180, 2007
Effects of different spectral shapes and amplitude modulation of broadband noise on annoyance reactions in a controlled listening experiment
B Schäffer, R Pieren, SJ Schlittmeier, M Brink
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (5), 1029, 2018
Auditory distraction by meaningless irrelevant speech: A developmental study
B Meinhardt‐Injac, S Schlittmeier, M Klatte, A Otto, M Persike, M Imhof
Applied Cognitive Psychology 29 (2), 217-225, 2015
Detrimental effects of irrelevant speech on serial recall of visual items are reflected in reduced visual N1 and reduced theta activity
N Weisz, SJ Schlittmeier
Cerebral Cortex 16 (8), 1097-1105, 2006
Audio-video virtual reality environments in building acoustics: An exemplary study reproducing performance results and subjective ratings of a laboratory listening experiment
I Muhammad, M Vorländer, SJ Schlittmeier
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 146 (3), EL310-EL316, 2019
Effects of augmented reality-, virtual reality-, and mixed reality–based training on objective performance measures and subjective evaluations in manual assembly tasks: a …
LM Daling, SJ Schlittmeier
Human Factors 66 (2), 589-626, 2024
What characterizes changing‐state speech in affecting short‐term memory? An EEG study on the irrelevant sound effect
SJ Schlittmeier, N Weisz, O Bertrand
Psychophysiology 48 (12), 1669-1680, 2011
The role of spatial separation of two talkers’ auditory stimuli in the listener’s memory of running speech: listening effort in a non-noisy conversational setting
E Fintor, L Aspöck, J Fels, SJ Schlittmeier
International Journal of Audiology 61 (5), 371-379, 2022
Can the irrelevant speech effect turn into a stimulus suffix effect?
SJ Schlittmeier, J Hellbrück, M Klatte
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 61 (5), 665-673, 2008
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