Signatures of Listening difficulties

Role: Post doctoral research fellow, MRI lead

A longitudinal study at Dave Moore's Listening Lab (Cincinnati Children's Hospital) assessing the bottom-up and top-down contributions to listening in noise by children aged  6-16 with listening difficulties (LiD) and their peers. I lead the MRI element of the study investigating how the children listen to speech and non-speech. We are about to commence wave 3 of testing.

 

  1. Stewart, H. J., Cash, E., Hunter, L.L., Tamm, L., Becker, S., Werner, T., Vannest, J, Peelle, J. E., & Moore, & D. R. (In prep, Science). Auditory cortical networks in children with listening and attention disorders.

  2. Stewart, H. J., Cash, E. K.,  Hunter, L. L., Maloney, T., Vannest, J., & Moore, D. R. (medRxiv). Speech cortical activation and connectivity in typically developing children and those with listening difficulties. https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.10.26.20218495

  3. Petley, L., Hunter, L. L., Motlagh Zadeh, L., Stewart, H. J., Sloat, N. T., Perdew, A., Lin, L., & Moore, D. R. (2021). Listening difficulties in children with normal audiograms: Relation to hearing and cognition. Ear and hearing, 42(6), 1640. <here>

  4. Hunter, L. L., Blakenship, C., Lin, L., Sloat, N., Perdew, A., Stewart, H. J., Moore, D. R. (2021). Peripheral auditory involvement in childhood listening difficulty. Ear and Hearing, 10.1097/AUD.0000000000000899. <here>

  5. Moore, D. R, Hugdahl, K., Stewart, H. J., Vannest, J., Perdew, A. J., Sloat, N. T., Hunter, L. L. (2020). Listening difficulties in children: Behavior and brain activation produced by dichotic listening of CV syllables. Frontiers in Psychology, 11. <here>

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