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ID2 Multiple source stream integration in human listeners

How do listeners integrate different information streams, such as lexical and acoustic information, in order to understand speech? What is the importance of these information streams for normal and hearing impaired listeners, in noisy and in noise-free environments, and under cognitive load?

Goal: This project investigates how individual differences in auditory and/or cognitive abilities determine the speed of information stream integration and the impact of cognitive load.

Relevance: By investigating how listener-intrinsic abilities with respect to information stream integration interact with external listening conditions (such noise or additional task demands), we aim to obtain a realistic view of how speech processing works in everyday situations.

Main host institution: Radboud University Nijmegen

Second host institution: University of York

Hospital partner: University Medical Centre St. Radboud

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INSPIRE News

  • We would like to warmly invite you to join our Radboud Summer School course on "Multilingualism in the Wild" Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands http://www.ru.nl/radboudsummerschool/ Dates: 10-14...

  • The INSPIRE workshop "Computational models of cognitive processes" will take place in Leuven, Belgium, from Wednesday 1 July to Saturday 4 July, 2015. Click here for workshop...

  • The INSPIRE winter school "Talker-listener interactions" will take place in London, England, from Tuesday 20 January to Friday 23 January, 2015. Click here for winter school information.

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