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Neural correlates of individual differences in speech-in-noise performance in a large cohort of cochlear implant users

By J. Berger and others at
LogoUniversity of Iowa
ObjectivesUnderstanding speech in noise (SiN) is a complex task that recruits multiple cortical subsystems. Individuals vary in their ability to understand SiN. This cannot be explained by simple peripheral hearing profiles, but recent work by our group (Kim et al., 2021, Neuroimage) highlighted central neural factors underlying the variance in... Show more
May 5, 2023
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Neural correlates of individual differences in speech-in-noise performance in a large cohort of cochlear implant users
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