Effects of Single-Sided Deafness

Official Title

Effects of Single-Sided Deafness on the Brain and Behavioral Outcomes in Listeners With and Without a Cochlear Implant

Study Details

The purpose of the study is to better understand brain function and speech understanding in noise of individuals with single-sided deafness

Principal Investigator

Dr. Jill Firszt

IRB Number



1) Ages 12-70 years
2) Some participants will have severe to profound hearing loss in one ear and normal hearing in the other ear.
3) Other participants will have normal hearing in both ears.

Compensation is provided for time and effort (contact the study team for compensation amount).

Volunteer Information

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