Psychoacoustics Laboratory

Research in the Psychoacoustics Laboratory is concerned with the ability of listeners with normal hearing to function in complex listening scenarios, the impacts of hearing loss on this ability, and ways in which this ability is affected or may be enhanced by listening devices such as hearing aids. The physical space includes six sound attenuating booths, an adjacent audiology testing facility, and the Sound Field Laboratory.

The Sound Field Laboratory is a flexible space with acoustically variable walls that is equipped with an array of loudspeakers and video monitors.


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