Effects of noise and cue enhancement on neural responses to speech in auditory midbrain, thalamus and cortex.

@article{Cunningham2002EffectsON,
  title={Effects of noise and cue enhancement on neural responses to speech in auditory midbrain, thalamus and cortex.},
  author={Jenna Cunningham and Trent G. Nicol and Cynthia E. King and Steven G. Zecker and Nina Kraus},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={2002},
  volume={169 1-2},
  pages={97-111}
}
Speech perception depends on the auditory system's ability to extract relevant acoustic features from competing background noise. Despite widespread acknowledgement that noise exacerbates this process, little is known about the neurophysiologic mechanisms underlying the encoding of speech in noise. Moreover, the relative contribution of different brain nuclei to these processes has not been fully established. To address these issues, aggregate neural responses were recorded from within the… CONTINUE READING

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