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How do CI users understand the degraded speech signal they receive? In some cases, is seems they have to maximize the input they do get, including speaking rate. Check out this publication from Dr. Goupell which explores possible mechanisms used for CI users to understand and maximize input.
The Hearing and Speech Sciences department at the University of Maryland is looking for a Post-Doc Associate/Assistant Research Scientist! The researcher will work with Dr. Mathhew Goupell (UMCP) and Dr. Ronna Hertzano (UMB), as well as neuroscience researchers through tthe Center for Comparative Evolutionary Biology of Hearing (CCEBH). Responsibilities may include:
So much is happening at the University of Maryland Language Science Center -- watch our fabulous staff talk about their research and what it means for language science. This video details the numerous research avenues related to language from ranging dialects, cochlear implants, artificial intelligence, and more! Collaboration is our key to success.
Ever wonder how to program a cochlear implant? Check out this study from a few years back looking at how to program bilateral cochlear implants. Researchers looked at the effects of loudness on programming for spatial hearing. Read it here!