Speakers

Speakers

Frank Russo (Toronto Metropolitan University)

To what extent can group-based music support health and wellbeing outcomes for children and adults with hearing loss?

 

Chi Yhun Lo (Toronto Metropolitan University)

To what extent can group-based music support health and wellbeing outcomes for children and adults with hearing loss?

David Sears (Texas Tech University)

Harmonic Priming and Temporal Order: Evidence from Aphasia

Alinka Greasley (University of Leeds)

Characterising how mild, moderate, severe and profound levels of hearing loss affect music listening with hearing aids

Ulrike Frischen (University of Oldenburg)

Short-term Effects of Listening to Music on Breathing and Emotional Affect in People Suffering From Chronic Lung Diseases

Sam Couth (University of Manchester)

The Song Remains the Same: No longitudinal effect of noise exposure on behavioural, electrophysiological, and self-report measures of hearing in musicians

Martin Bleichner (University of Oldenburg)

Individual sound perception in everyday life

Stine Alpheis (Hannover University of Music, Drama and Media)

The Influence of Adverse Childhood Experiences on Stress-Reactivity and the Development of Musician’s Dystonia

Niels Hendrik Pontoppidan (Ericksholm Research Centre / Oticon)

Noise exposure from leisure noise compared to other noise sources

Bernhard Richter (Freiburg Institute for Musicians’ Medicine)

Ludwig van Beethoven – the Heard and the Unhearing

Trevor Agus (Queen’s University Belfast)

Precision Perceptual Engineering to Enhance Television Soundtracks
 

Jonas Althoff (Medical University Hannover)

How do Cochlear Implant Users remix instrumental classical music?

Sina Tahmasebi (Medical University Hannover)

Optimization of Sound Coding Strategies to Make Singing Music More Accessible for Cochlear Implant Users

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