Directing selective attention in noisy environments is affected by hearing loss across the lifespan

Listeners with normal hearing can deploy spatial attention to improve speech intelligibility in spatialised settings, but this ability is affected by hearing loss, and likely contributes to difficulties listening in noisy environments.

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Unveiling Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension as a Stealthy Culprit of Unilateral Hearing Loss: A case report

Case study discussing unilateral hearing loss because of Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension which is a rare occurrence with highly variable clinical manifestations.

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Comparative Analysis of EEG-Based Sound Location Decoding between Real and Virtual Listening

This study compares EEG-based decoding of sound source locations between real (free-field) and virtual (non-individual HRTF) listening environments, finding differences in decoding accuracy and latency that suggest weaker neural representations and processing delays in certain virtual settings.

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