Physiological models of impaired sound localization

Sound localization

Sound localization is important for everyday listening. With Dr. Ian Bruceat McMaster University, I used computational models of the auditory brainstem and midbrain to see how sound localization cues are processed in impaired and aided hearing.


Cheung, S.T. & Bruce, I.C. (May, 2015). “Can auditory brainstem and midbrain processing of interaural level difference cues really explain perceptual performance?” Presented by I.C. Bruce at 169th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Pittsburgh, PA.

Cheung, S.T. & Bruce, I.C. (Aug, 2014). “Modeling the neural representation of interaural level differences for linked and unlinked bilateral hearing aids.” at International Hearing Aid Research Conference, Lake Tahoe, CA.


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