Neural mechanisms for enhancing hearing [ 2011 - 2014 ]

Also known as: How the brain enhances hearing

Research Grant

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Researchers: E/Pr Don Robertson (Principal investigator) ,  Prof Marcus Atlas Prof Geoffrey Hammond

Brief description The research will investigate the mechanisms by which our brains are able to listen selectively to sounds of interest in competing background noise. This will be investigated in normal hearing subjects, those with partial deafness and in profoundly deaf patients who use a cochlear implant. If deaf patients can learn to use cues to enhance detection of sounds of interest this could have an impact on the effectiveness of hearing aids and cochlear implants in noisy listening situations

Funding Amount $AUD 222,934.89

Funding Scheme Project Grants

Notes Standard Project Grant

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