Measures and computational models of amplitude modulation processing and perception in hearing-impaired listeners

Jonathan Regev

Over the last years, substantial efforts have been made to extend current model approaches for complex sound perception in normal-hearing listeners towards predictions of the consequences of hearing impairment. This project investigates the functional and perceptual consequences of central processing deficits on the perception of amplitude modulations. The results may provide the basis for a better understanding of the difficulties of hearing-impaired listeners with speech communication.

This project is supported by the William Demant Foundation
Supervisors: Torsten Dau (DTU), Johannes Zaar (Eriksholm Reseach Centre) and Helia Relaño-Iborra (DTU Compute)

To be completed: March 2023

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Jonathan Regev
PhD student
DTU Health Tech