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Copyright © 2023 Griffiths.Problems with speech-in-noise (SiN) perception are extremely common in hearing loss. Clinical tests have generally been based on measurement of SiN. My group has developed an approach to SiN based on the auditory cognitive mechanisms that subserve this, that might be relevant to speakers of any language. I describe how well these predict SiN, the brain systems for them, and tests of auditory cognition based on them that might be used to characterise SiN deficits in the clinic.
Author(s): Griffiths TD
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: Frontiers in Neuroscience
Online publication date: 07/02/2023
Acceptance date: 23/01/2023
Date deposited: 07/03/2023
ISSN (print): 1662-4548
ISSN (electronic): 1662-453X
Publisher: Frontiers Media S.A.
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