Researchers at Case Western Reserve University are seeking volunteers for a study on how the clarity of audiological information effects the memory of that information, according to a post in The Daily.
Volunteers should be between the ages of 18-25 or 60-75, with normal or near-normal hearing, and English as a first language. Testing will take place during a 1-hour session, according to the post.
You are between ages 18 and 25 or 60 and 75
You have normal or near-normal hearing
English is your native language
What does participation involve?
You will be asked to fill out a demographic questionnaire and complete a cognitive screener. You will be tested while seated in a quiet room and will be asked to respond to comfortable sounds presented via headphones.
You will listen to and repeat back or write down what you heard. This speech will be presented in quiet or in combination with background noise. You may also be asked to choose whether you previously heard a word or a sentence.
You will be tested during a one hour session.
Source: The Daily
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