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HEAR-ECO Innovative Hearing Aid Research - Ecological Conditions and Outcome Measures

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Open research data pilot

We will assess the ways in which data will be exploited shared andor made accessible for verification and reuse The HEARECO consortium will take measures to make it possible for third parties to access mine exploit reproduce and disseminate data eg via Creative Commons licencing If such access cannot be granted the data management plan will contain the reason for not giving access to specific parts of the research data Archiving and preservation measures taken to curate and preserve the data The HEARECO project will ensure longterm preservation of the data HEARECO uses the approach as open as possible as restricted as necessary as the leading principle in providing open access to research data

PEP software and procedures

PEP software and procedures for the application in Audiology

First presentations at international conferences, min. 1 / ESR

Presentations at international conferences, min. 1 / ESR

Final workshop

Final workshop for members from within and outside the consortium organized by the ESRs

Expanded toolbox of methods for the assessment of auditory ecology and its components

Development of laboratory experimental setups and simulated realistic listening scenarios in which listening effort will be ambulatory measured

Methods for the calibrated manipulation of listening task demand and motivation

Methods for manipulating social factors

Second presentations at international conferences, min. 1 / ESR

Presentations at international conferences min 1 ESR

All HEARTRAIN1-4 events organized

HEARTRAIN14 events organized HEARECO holds four networkwide training events HEARTRAIN14 During these events ESRs will practise their communication skills receive academic transferable skills and innovation entrepreneurship training

Combining multiple physiological measures of effort

Methods combining multiple physiological measures of effort in the field of Audiology

Pupillometry (micro-level) analysis techniques/software

Pupillometry (micro-level) analysis techniques and software

Six study reports on ambulatory physiological measures, pilots with HI participants, and validation tests of real-world listening scenarios

Six study reports on ambulatory physiological measures pilots with HI participants and validation tests of realworld listening scenarios ESR1T42 ESR2T42 ESR3T43 ESR4T43 ESR5T44 ESR6T44T42 Assessment of the utility of wearable devices for physiological effort measurements T43 Pilot of the paradigms developed in the groundwork phase in HI participantsT44 Validation test for realworld ambulatory measurement of listening effort

Two study reports on Study C3

Two study reports on Combination Study 3 ESR5T33 ESR6T33Combination Study C3 The aim is to estimate the likely realworld effort benefit of HAs using ambulatory effort measurement on HA users in realistic but simulated conditions

Three study reports on physiological measurements

Three study reports on application of physiological measurements in audiology (ESR1-T1.1; ESR2-T1.2, ESR5-T1.3) Study (T1.1) on the application of micro-level pupillometry analysis techniques to data acquired in a speech perception task. T1.2. PEP measurement in NH listeners while performing a speech perception test T1.3. Assessment of the influence of task-demand on full-scalp EEG, and pilot the application of EarEEG to assess listening effort.

Two study reports on real-world acoustics and real-world HA benefit

Two study reports on real-world acoustics and real-world HA benefit (ESR6-T3.1; ESR6-T3.2). T3.1. A literature review on the effects of contrasting HA signal-processing schemes on speech perception, listening effort and overall preference. T3.2: A literature review of knowledge relating to the variation of acoustical characteristics in real-world auditory communication situations, and assessment of appropriate methods to condense and control the parameters of this variation in laboratory experimental setups

Article in trade journal/ press release

Article in trade journal press release

Two study reports on the effect of realistic social stress, motivation and fatigue on effort

Two study reports on the effect of realistic social stress, motivation and fatigue on effort (ESR3-T2.1; ESR4-T2.2) T2.1. Develop listening tests that include realistic (social) error-consequences. ESR3 performs a literature review to identify strategies for inducing realistic social pressure and feedback. An experimental study will then assess the influence of social stress on macro-level pupil measures in pairs of subjects conversing together T2.2. Assessment of the effects of motivation and fatigue on physiological measures reflecting listening effort. ESR 4 will study the influence of motivation and fatigue (time-on-task) on macro-level pupillometry measures in speech perception tasks. Motivation will be manipulated by changing task-reward and by the inclusion of very easy (dummy) trials.

Two study reports on Study C2

Two study reports on Combination Study C2 ESR3T23 ESR4T23Combination Study C2 The influence of social stress fatigue motivation and HAs on listening effort Conditions developed by ESR3 and ESR4 manipulation of motivation and social consequences will be applied in live conversations between pairs of NH and HI participants The effect of HA use yes no will be assessed

Two study reports on C1

Two study reports on Combination Study C1 ESR1T14 ESR2T14 Relationship between physiological measures and effect of HAs on effortWe will combine different effort measures in order to identify those that are most sensitive and the relationships between them The ESRs will test the effects of hearingimpairment and HA settings input from WP3 T31 on pupillometry PEP and EEG measures with control of social stress motivation and fatigue

Second E-newsletter

Enewsletter describing the final results of HEARECO

First E-newsletter

E-newsletter describing the start of HEAR-ECO

Remaining gaps between lab- and field paradigms

Identification of remaining gaps between lab and field based listening task paradigms

Personal page each ESR

Personal page each ESR on intranet and project websites (VUmc, UoN, Oticon-ERH)

Project website

Project website: The project website (intranet as well as internet) is up and running.

Newly developed ecologically valid speech tests

Development of an ecologically valid communication test with realistic social aspects as based on existing techniques and knowledge

Publications

Social observation increases the cardiovascular response of hearing-impaired listeners during a speech reception task

Auteurs: Bethany Plain, Hidde Pielage, Michael Richter, Tanveer A. Bhuiyan, Thomas Lunner, Sophia E. Kramer, Adriana A. Zekveld
Publié dans: Hearing Research, Numéro 410, 2021, Page(s) 108334, ISSN 0378-5955
Éditeur: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.heares.2021.108334

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Auteurs: Tirdad Seifi Ala , Emina Alickovic , Alvaro Fuentes Cabrera , William M. Whitmer , Lauren V. Hadley, Mike L. Rank , Member, IEEE, Thomas Lunner, and Carina Graversen
Publié dans: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, Numéro 70 (4), 2023, Page(s) 1264-1273, ISSN 0018-9294
Éditeur: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
DOI: 10.1109/tbme.2022.3214428

Hearing Aid Noise Reduction Lowers the Sustained Listening Effort During Continuous Speech in Noise—A Combined Pupillometry and EEG Study

Auteurs: Lorenz Fiedler, Tirdad Seifi Ala, Carina Graversen, Emina Alickovic, Thomas Lunner, Dorothea Wendt
Publié dans: Ear & Hearing, Numéro Publish Ahead of Print, 2021, ISSN 0196-0202
Éditeur: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Ltd.
DOI: 10.1097/aud.0000000000001050

Effect of Speech-to-Noise Ratio and Luminance on a Range of Current and Potential Pupil Response Measures to Assess Listening Effort

Auteurs: Patrycja Książek, Adriana A. Zekveld, Dorothea Wendt, Lorenz Fiedler, Thomas Lunner, Sophia E. Kramer
Publié dans: Trends in Hearing, Numéro 25, 2021, Page(s) 233121652110093, ISSN 2331-2165
Éditeur: SAGE Publications Inc.
DOI: 10.1177/23312165211009351

The Presence of Another Individual Influences Listening Effort, But Not Performance

Auteurs: Hidde Pielage, Adriana A Zekveld, Gabrielle H Saunders, Niek J Versfeld, Thomas Lunner, Sophia E Kramer
Publié dans: Ear and Hearing, Numéro 42(6), 2021, Page(s) 1577-1589, ISSN 0196-0202
Éditeur: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Ltd.
DOI: 10.1097/aud.0000000000001046

Time-specific Components of Pupil Responses Reveal Alternations in Effort Allocation Caused by Memory Task Demands During Speech Identification in Noise

Auteurs: Patrycja Książek, Adriana A. Zekveld, Lorenz Fiedler, Sophia E. Kramer, and Dorothea Wendt
Publié dans: Trends in Hearing, 2023, ISSN 2331-2165
Éditeur: SAGE Publications Inc.
DOI: 10.1177/23312165231153280

Investigating the Influences of Task Demand and Reward on Cardiac Pre-Ejection Period Reactivity During a Speech-in-Noise Task

Auteurs: Bethany Plain, Michael Richter, Adriana A. Zekveld, Thomas Lunner, Tanveer Bhuiyan, Sophia E. Kramer
Publié dans: Ear & Hearing, Numéro 42/3, 2021, Page(s) 718-731, ISSN 1538-4667
Éditeur: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Ltd.
DOI: 10.1097/aud.0000000000000971

An exploratory Study of EEG Alpha Oscillation and Pupil Dilation in Hearing-Aid Users During Effortful listening to Continuous Speech

Auteurs: Tirdad Seifi Ala, Carina Graversen, Dorothea Wendt, Emina Alickovic, William M. Whitmer, Thomas Lunner
Publié dans: PLOS ONE, Numéro 15/7, 2020, Page(s) e0235782, ISSN 1932-6203
Éditeur: Public Library of Science
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0235782

The pupil near response is short lasting and intact in virtual reality head mounted displays

Auteurs: Hidde Pielage, Adriana A. Zekveld, Sjors van de Ven, Sophia E. Kramer, Marnix Naber
Publié dans: Journal of eye movement research, Numéro 15, 2023, ISSN 1995-8692
Éditeur: Bern open publishing Universitatsbibliothek Bern
DOI: 10.16910/jemr.15.3.6

Combining Multiple Psychophysiological Measures of Listening Effort: Challenges and Recommendations

Auteurs: Michael Richter , Tanveer Buhiyan , Lars Bramsløw , Hamish Innes-Brown , Lorenz Fiedler , Lauren V. Hadley , Graham Naylor , Gabrielle H. Saunders , Dorothea Wendt , William M. Whitmer , Adriana A. Zekveld , Sophia E. Kramer
Publié dans: Seminars in Hearing, Numéro 44(2), 2023, Page(s) 95-105, ISSN 0734-0451
Éditeur: Thieme Medical Publishers
DOI: 10.1055/s-0043-1767669

Copresence Was Found to Be Related to Some Pupil Measures in Persons With Hearing Loss While They Performed a Speech-in-Noise Task

Auteurs: Hidde Pielage, Bethany J. Plain, Gabrielle H. Saunders, Niek Versfeld, Thomas Lunner, Sophia E. Kramer, Adriana A. Zekveld
Publié dans: Ear and Hearing, Numéro 4 April 2023, 2023, ISSN 1538-4667
Éditeur: John Henry Scott
DOI: 10.1097/aud.0000000000001361

Spatial cue distortions withina virtualized sound field caused by an additional listener

Auteurs: Sergio Luiz Aguirre; Lars Bramsløw; Thomas Lunner; William McAllister Whitmer
Publié dans: Proceedings of the 23rd International Congress on Acoustics, integrating 4th EAA Euroregio 2019, Numéro 9 to 13 September, Aachen, Germany, 2019, Page(s) 6537-6544
Éditeur: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Akustik (DEGA e.V.) Alte Jakobstraße 88 10179 Berlin, Germany www.dega-akustik.de

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