Hearing accessibility, assistive technology, and acoustic design research facility
Keywords:Audition, Behavioral research, Digital signal processing, Virtual reality, Hearing accessibility
AbstractA report on how the interactions between listeners and the listening environment affect the performance of complex behaviors such as communication is presented. Performance and design standards will be developed for communications technology and the built environment. Rehabilitative, educational, and health promotion programs will be planned and evaluated.
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