Michellie L. Young

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This study examined the influence of stimulus variability and lexical difficulty on the speech perception performance of adults who used either multichannel cochlear implants or conventional hearing aids. The effects of stimulus variability were examined by comparing word identification in single-talker versus multiple-talker conditions. Lexical effects(More)
The issue of whether human perception of speech and song recruits integrated or dissociated neural systems is contentious. This issue is difficult to address directly since these stimulus classes differ in their physical attributes. We therefore used a compelling illusion (Deutsch et al. 2011) in which acoustically identical auditory stimuli are perceived(More)
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