Auditory processing versus language processing after stroke

This study is not currently open to accept applicants.
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The study involves listening to different sounds and reporting what is heard and performing language tests (sentence to picture matching tasks). For hearing tests you will be using headphones to listen to sounds. For listening you will be looking at pictures and answering questions. We will be using four tests for hearing and four tests for language.

It will take one hour (½ hour for the hearing tests and ½ hour for the language tests) to complete all the tests. This can be conducted across two separate sessions if the participant wishes. You will be given a $10 voucher for your time.



To find out more, or to volunteer, please email [email protected], or phone 09 923 6886 (Michelle Scott, Speech Science Administrator).


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This study is open to and in aged 35 to 88
Healthy volunteers included


For stroke participants the inclusion criteria is:

  • People who had a stroke at least 6 months ago
  •  People who are 40+ years old
  • Primary language is English


 For Healthy Participants the inclusion criteria is 


  •  People who are 40+ years old
  • Primary language is English