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External and Internal Signal-to-noise Ratios Alter Timing and Location of Cortical Activities During Speech-in-noise Perception

By Seongyeom Kim and others at
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Understanding speech in noise (SiN) is a complex task that recruits multiple cortical subsystems. There is a variance in individuals ability to understand SiN that cannot be explained by simple hearing profiles, which suggests that central factors may underlie the variance in SiN ability. Here, we elucidated a few cortical... Show more
December 30, 2020
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External and Internal Signal-to-noise Ratios Alter Timing and Location of Cortical Activities During Speech-in-noise Perception
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