Poster 140: Jordan Anderson – Does Linguistic Context Help to Alleviate Detrimental Effects of Effortful Listening on Memory?

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Faculty mentor: Jack Silcox

The study summarized utilized a group of young adults of normal hearing range to memorize a list of sentences that were presented to them in different conditions. A subsequent memory test revealed the effects of effortful listening on higher order processes such as encoding the speech into memory. The results discussed vary based on the different conditions in which the sentences were presented to the participants.

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