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An Evaluation of an Auditory Neurophysiological Model
Individuals with normal hearing are adept at understanding speech in the presence of noise, such as other speakers or environmental sounds. In contrast, individuals with hearing loss struggle to understand speech in the same adverse conditions. Neural processing in the inferior colliculus (IC) of the brainstem appears to contribute to the ability to separate simultaneous competing sounds. A computational model developed in the Sinex lab reproduces the responses of IC neurons to complex sounddoi:10.26076/fe3d-1424 fatcat:rgbm4v4wtbbaxk6dvb6gpzdyny