Visibility Vol 12 Issue 2, 2018

Effects of Age, Cognition, and Vision on Speech Perception in Noise

The purpose of this study was to investigate which visual, auditory, and/or cognitive measures contribute to a listener’s ability to perceive spoken communication under poor listening conditions across age. An understanding of these perceptual and cognitive contributions can be leveraged to design environments and individualized clinical and therapeutic treatments aimed at improving speech perception in noise.

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