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Oticon More delivering BrainHearing benefits

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New research focusing on the auditory cortex has provided greater insights into how the brain processes sound. For normal hearing individuals all sounds are equally represented in the early processing stage within the auditory cortex. As sounds progress through the cortex auditory objects will be selectively enhanced or suppressed depending on what the brain wishes to focus on. These stages are important to enable individuals to selectively attend to different sound sources over others and support higher order processing such as recognition.

Oticon’s latest hearing aid technology has been tested to determine its effectiveness at supporting these newly identified auditory pathways in the brain. In this webinar we will provide an overview of 4 studies investigating these different levels of brain processing. These studies included electroencephalography (EEG) testing as well as speech in noise and memory recall tasks.

Date: Wednesday 5 May 2021

Time: 12.00pm to 1.00pm

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