A new technique synchronizes cochlear signals in those with implants, stimulating the brain in a way that is similar to hearing people. This can allow those with cochlear implants to hear in stereo.
A new study investigates what happens when we multitask and why it's not such a good idea to drive and use a phone at the same time.
Researchers have discovered how fear can increase or decrease the ability to discriminate among sounds, depending upon context. The study provides insight into distorted sound perception with victims of PTSD.
When a person listens to another person talking, their brain waves alter to select specific features of the speaker's voice and tune out other voices.
Based on the activity in the auditory cortex and motor cortex, researchers were able to predict whether a participant was listening to music that was upbeat or sad.
A new study reports that the neural architecture of the auditory cortex is virtually identical in those who are profoundly deaf and those who can hear.