Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences1131 E. 2nd Street,
The ACNE Lab is located on the second floor of the Speech
and Hearing Sciences building, suite 207.
Lab Phone: 520-621-9841
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Cognitive Neuroscience Experience Lab
Laboratory goal is to develop a complete model of how listeners extract
information from auditory signals to complete a given task. In order to better understand
the workings of the auditory cognitive system, we employ a number of
methods including behavioral/perceptual, neuroscience, and
computational modeling. The
lab’s current major focus is on how listeners adapt their
perception to accommodate for variability in the auditory signal
(e.g., normal talker
variations, foreign accent, Dysarthric speech, spectrally-reduced
speech such as that created by cochlear implants, temporally-smeared speech
such as that created by bad room acoustics and some hearing aid
processing, as well as speech in noise).
ACNE Laboratory consists of a suite of rooms including the lab
manager’s office, graduate student offices, common space/meeting
room, and a laboratory that is equipped for speech production and
general perception experiments.
common space/meeting room is available to all members of the ACNE Lab
for small meetings and gatherings.
The space includes a conference table, white board, and 32 inch
flat screen monitor for presentations.