Hearing Lab featured MAPLE Lab audio-visual research as “Top Story” in February debut issue.

Our audio-visual integration research was the “top story” on Nedra Floyd-Pautler’s Hearing Lab.  The article highlighted projects with international collaborators pursuing clinical applications and implications of our findings.  The article drew on research covered in several of our papers to give a plain-language accessible overview, representing the most in-depth coverage to date on clinical implications of our work.  The article also included supplemental information on Asperger’s and autism spectrum disorder.  Additionally, it featured screen shots and discussion of our “virtual marimbist” animation software. Read an archived PDF of the article here.