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Tuning In

  • October 12, 2016
  • By Maryrose Flanigan     
Music Meets Math


Shinn-Cunningham’s lab wants to specifically target hidden hearing loss—to create a device for people who don’t currently have a hearing aid, or a diagnosed hearing impairment, just a lot of trouble and embarrassment in noisy environments.

“If we understand what’s missing in the signal that somebody with hidden hearing loss is getting in their brain, then maybe we can deal directly with that problem,”

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