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Participants with Hearing Loss needed for auditory processing study using Electroencephalography (EEG)

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Do you have a hearing loss?  Do you wish to take part in research to understand how our brain makes sense of the sounds around us?

Participants needed for auditory processing study using Electroencephalography (EEG)

 

We are conducting research to see if:

1) Sounds are processed differently in the auditory system for individuals with tinnitus vs. no tinnitus

We are actively seeking people with hearing loss (up to a moderate degree of loss in both ears) either with or without tinnitus for our electroencephalograph (EEG) study, which records brain activity non-invasively using electrodes and a plastic cap placed on your head.

There will be two sessions lasting approximately 60 minutes each at our Tamaki Campus, Glen Innes.

Participants will watch a movie with subtitles while seated in a comfortable chair while recordings are taken. 

 

You will be reimbursed $40 for the two sessions.

Please contact:

Mithila Durai

Email: [email protected]

 

 

APPROVED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND HUMAN PARTICIPANTS ETHICS COMMITTEE ON 07 November 2014 for 3 years, Reference Number 012815.

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This study is open to and in aged 18 to 110

In order to be eligible for this study, you must: be aged over 18 and have a permanent hearing loss (no more than a moderately-severe hearing loss).