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Speech-in-noise representation in the aging midbrain and cortex: Effects of hearing loss

her help in collecting data and Natalia Lapinskaya for excellent technical support. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Alessandro Presacco, Jonathan Z. Simon, Samira Anderson. Data curation ... : Alessandro Presacco. Formal analysis: Alessandro Presacco. Funding acquisition: Alessandro Presacco, Jonathan Z. Simon, Samira Anderson. Investigation: Alessandro Presacco, Jonathan Z. Simon, Samira Anderson

The Potential Role of the cABR in Assessment and Management of Hearing Impairment

2012; Accepted 31 October 2012 Academic Editor: Kelly Tremblay Copyright © 2013 Samira Anderson and Nina Kraus. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Auditory Processing in Noise: A Preschool Biomarker for Literacy

Learning to read is a fundamental developmental milestone, and achieving reading competency has lifelong consequences. Although literacy development proceeds smoothly for many children, a subset struggle with this learning process, creating a need to identify reliable biomarkers of a child’s future literacy that could facilitate early diagnosis and access to crucial early...

Musical Experience and the Aging Auditory System: Implications for Cognitive Abilities and Hearing Speech in Noise

Much of our daily communication occurs in the presence of background noise, compromising our ability to hear. While understanding speech in noise is a challenge for everyone, it becomes increasingly difficult as we age. Although aging is generally accompanied by hearing loss, this perceptual decline cannot fully account for the difficulties experienced by older adults for hearing...