Hearing research study

by | 2 September 2019 | Notice, Retford

The University of Nottingham and the National Institute for Health Research are conducting a study to determine how the brain works harder, when we listen to speech in background noise. The study is a non-invasive experiment that will last about two hours, measuring participants brain activity and pupil size, while they listen to speech.
Participants are asked to take part who are 50 years of age or older, speak English as their first language, are right-handed, have normal or corrected-to-normal vision, have no motor or cognitive impairments and have normal hearing or cochlear implants. Participants will be compensated for their time and travel expenses. For further information, and to book an appointment with your own date of preference, please contact Francisca at francisca.pereaperez@nottingham.ac.uk or 0115 8232633.