Hearing Sciences - Scottish Section
Hearing Sciences – Scottish Section is a satellite of the University of Nottingham based in Glasgow. Our research focuses on hearing in everyday life, from measuring micro-behaviours to investigating real-world reactions using a range of different techniques. We study real-life hearing disability using smartphone-based Ecological Momentary Assessment techniques, explore predictors of hearing-aid treatment success using large-scale clinical databases, and run tests of innovative hearing device developments.
Our state-of-the-art facilities include two large chambers with high-fidelity loudspeaker arrays, allowing recreation of a multitude of auditory environments, as well as motion-tracking systems to measure body movement, eye-tracking systems to measure gaze and pupil responses, and electroencephalography systems to measure neural activity.
New Lister Building
Level 3, New Lister Building
Glasgow Royal Infirmary
16 Alexandra Parade
(0141) 201 8750 – Reception