Improving lives through researching noisy backgrounds in adults
Research in the Jennings Lab has a broad impact on understanding how the auditory system adapts to noisy backgrounds and how this adaptation influences auditory perception in adults with normal and impaired hearing. Our laboratory studies these topics through perceptual, electrophysiological, and computational modeling efforts.
Knowledge gained from our research will lead to novel diagnostic procedures and rehabilitative signal processing strategies designed to enhance the quality of life for hearing-impaired individuals by improving their ability to understand speech in noisy backgrounds.
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For research involvement and student volunteer opportunities contact Dr. Jennings via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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