Adaptation to fully intelligible nonnative-accented speech reduces listening effort

A modulating circle increases listening effort without improving speech recognition in young adults

About face: Seeing the talker improves spoken word recognition but increases listening effort

Paying attention to audiovisual speech: Do incongruent stimuli incur greater costs?


This line of research focuses on the cognitive costs incurred by difficult listening situations.

Noise increasing listening effort in normal-hearing young adults, regardless of working memory capacity

Measuring listening effort: Convergent validity, sensitivity, and links with cognitive and personality measures

Talking points: A modulating circle reduces listening effort without improving speech recognition