Speech and hearing study looking for subjects

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A Purdue University researcher is seeking adults to participate in a listening study in the Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences.

Karen Iler Kirk, professor of speech, language and hearing sciences, is leading the study. Participants will participate in four sessions, with each session lasting 60-90 minutes. Hearing and vision screenings will be completed during the first visit. Those who pass the screenings will be asked to identify voices while listening to sentences spoken by several different talkers.

People interested in participating must be ages 18-65, have no reported speech or hearing difficulties, have normal or corrected-to-normal vision, and be a native speaker of general American English. Compensation is $40 upon completion of four sessions.

To participate, or for more information on the study, contact Vidya Krull, a research assistant, at vganesh@purdue.edu .

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