New EEG paper on neural responses during speech-in-noise and figure-ground perception.
In this new work published in Hearing Research, we show robust event-related potentials during figure-ground segregation even during passive listening. This was in contrast to speech-in-noise perception, which showed weak neural responses only during active listening.
This straightforward analysis can be performed with a single recording electrode on the vertex of the scalp.
An easy EEG set-up to record ERPs to figure-ground segregation even during passive listening opens the door to clinical applications.
Read our latest work here.