Audiology Research at CU

We are currently performing several studies looking at aging and speech and music perception. Summaries of this research are given below. People interested in our study should contact me at hearlab@colorado.edu or 303-492-0067.

Thank you very much!

Sincerely,
Naomi Croghan, AuD
PhD Candidate
Hearing Research Laboratory
University of Colorado at Boulder
(303)492-0067

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Music Study

The Hearing Research Lab at the University of Colorado at Boulder is looking for adults age 65 and older with normal or near-normal hearing to participate in a study on sound perception.

The study focuses on finding out how younger and older adults perceive music that has been processed by a computer to mimic what cochlear implants sound like.   

The time commitment is approximately 5 hours, which can be scheduled in one-hour or one-and-a-half hour visits.  Testing will take place in the Hearing Research Lab, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Department, University of Colorado at Boulder.

Listeners will be compensated for their participation.

If you are interested in finding out more about this study, please contact the Hearing Research Lab at Hearlab@colorado.edu or at 303-492-0067.

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Speech Study

The Hearing Research Lab at the University of Colorado at Boulder is looking for adults with normal hearing and adults with hearing loss to participate in a study on sound perception.

The study focuses on finding out why listeners with hearing loss sometimes have difficulty understanding speech or hearing music clearly. 

The time commitment is approximately seven hours, divided up into 1 or 2 hour visits. Testing will take place in the Hearing Research Lab, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Department, University of Colorado at Boulder.

Listeners will be compensated for their participation.

If you are interested in finding out more about this study, please contact the Hearing Research Lab at hearlab@colorado.edu or at 303-492-0067.  The Principal Investigator of this project is Kathryn Arehart, Ph.D.