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Neurofeedback Training of Auditory Selective Attention Enhances Speech-in-noise Perception

By Seongyeom Kim and others at
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Selective attention enhances cortical responses to attended sensory inputs while suppressing others, which can be an effective strategy for speech-in-noise (SiN) understanding. Here, we introduce a training paradigm designed to reinforce attentional modulation of auditory evoked responses. Subjects attended one of two speech streams while our EEG-based attention decoder provided... Show more
June 22, 2021
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Neurofeedback Training of Auditory Selective Attention Enhances Speech-in-noise Perception
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