Month: May 2012

John Hopkins Researchers Study How Humans Perceive Sound in Noisy and Complex Environments

A group of researchers at The John Hopkins University in Baltimore is trying to understand how the brain makes sense of complex auditory environments, such as a cocktail party. The team is testing how humans track sound patterns over time, and under what circumstances the brain registers that the pattern has been broken. The preliminary findings were presented at the Acoustics 2012 meeting in Hong Kong in May.

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SoundCure’s Serenade Tinnitus Treatment System Launched at AAA

SoundCure recently launched its Serenade Tinnitus Treatment System at the American Academy of Audiology Meeting in Boston, marking the formal commercial release of its tinnitus treatment system that is cleared by the FDA and developed independently with hearing researchers at the University of California, Irvine (UCI).

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