Simon Auditory Lab
The goal of our laboratory is to examine the auditory abilities of people with various degrees of hearing loss with and without vision loss.
Acoustic cues used by blind travelers. Journal Of The Acoustical Society Of America, 131(4), 3516.. (2012).
Selective anchoring and adaptation of phonetic and nonphonetic continua. The Journal Of The Acoustical Society Of America, 64, 1338–1357.. (1978).
Low Vision Support Group, 11/7/18: The Importance of Vision in Understanding the Spoken Word: Hearing and VisionRead More
Understanding speech involves both hearing AND vision. In this presentation, Dr. Helen J.
Assessment of Speechreading with Dual Sensory Loss: Visual and Hearing Impairments
The purpose of this research study is to test subjects who have various hearing and vision problems on their lipreading, visual and auditory skills in order to understand the relationships between
Hearing Aid for Blind Travelers with Hearing Loss
Blind travelers rely on subtle acoustic cues for independent mobility. When hearing becomes impaired, as in the normal aging process, a special type of hearing aid may be needed to enhance these cues.
Realistic Hearing Aid Outcomes
The primary objective of this project is to develop a set of realistic outcome measures that relate to the real-world