My journal articles/preprints are listed below. The full publication list is on google scholar:

Huisman T, Ahrens A, MacDonald E, Piechowiak T & Dau T (2024). Head-motion and eye-gaze behavior reveal audio-visual target search strategies. PsyArXiv. 

Slomianka V, Dau T & Ahrens A (2024). Acoustic scene complexity affects motion behavior during speech perception in audio-visual multi-talker virtual environments. PsyArXiv. 

Örnólfsson I, Ahrens A, Dau T & May T (2024). Assessing communication success in triads based on group decision-making outcomes. PsyArXiv. 

Ahrens A & Lund KD (2022). Auditory spatial analysis in reverberant multi-talker environments with congruent and incongruent audio-visual room information. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 152(3), p. 1586-1594;

Huisman T, Ahrens A & MacDonald E (2021). Ambisonics Sound Source Localization With Varying Amount of Visual Information in Virtual Reality. Frontiers in Virtual Reality (2), 722321, p. 1-11; 

Ahrens A, Cuevas-Rodriguez M & Brimijoin WO (2021). Speech intelligibility with various head-related transfer functions: A computational modeling approach. JASA Express Letters 1(3), p. 1-7; 

Ahrens A, Joshi & Epp (2020). Perceptual weighting of binaural lateralization cues across frequency bands. Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology 21(6), p. 485-496,

Ahrens A, Marschall & Dau (2020). The effect of spatial energy spread on sound image size and speech intelligibility. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 147(3), p. 1368-1378;

Ahrens A, Duemose Lund, Marschall & Dau. 2019. Sound source localization with varying amount of visual information in virtual reality. PLoS ONE 14(3): e0214603, p. 1-19;

Ahrens A, Marschall & Dau (2019). Measuring and modeling speech intelligibility in real and loudspeaker-based virtual sound environments. Hearing Research 377, p. 307-317;