Auditory Neuroscience Laboratory


OVERVIEW

Aging and the Brain

 

Nina Kraus

McKnight Brain Institute Lecture - 2013
Music, the Brain and Aging

publications

Kraus N, Anderson S. (2014) Better Speech Processing in Smaller Amplitudes. Hearing Journal. 67(3): 48.

Anderson S, White-Schwoch T, Choi H J, Kraus N. (2014) Partial maintenance of auditory-based cognitive training benefits in older adults. Neuropsychologia. 62:286-296

Kraus N & White-Schwoch T. (2014) Music training: Lifelong investment to protect the brain from aging and hearing loss. Acoustics Australia 42(2): 117-123.

Kraus, N., Anderson, S. (2014) Bigger is Not Better: Effects of hearing Loss on Central Processing. Hearing Journal 67.

Anderson S, White-Schwoch T, Choi H J, Kraus N. (2013) Training changes processing of speech cues in older adults with hearing loss. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. doi: 10.3389/fnsys.2013.00097

Kraus, N. (2013, July). 20Q: Noise, aging and the brain - how experience and training can improve communication. AudiologyOnline, Article 11990. Retrieved from: http://www.audiologyonline.com/

Anderson S, Parbery-Clark A, White-Schwoch T, Drehobl S, Kraus N. (2013) Effects of hearing loss on the subcortical representation of speech cues. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 133(5): 3030-3038

Kraus N, Anderson S. In older adults, the brain can still be trained to hear in noise. Hearing Journal. 66(5): 32.

Parbery-Clark A, Anderson S, Kraus N. (2013) Musicians change their tune: how hearing loss alters the neural code. Hearing Research. 302: 121-131.

Anderson S, Kraus N. Auditory training: Evidence for neural plasticity in older adults. SIG 6, Perspectives on Hearing and Hearing Disorders: Research and Diagnostics.

Anderson S, White-Schwoch T, Parbery-Clark A, Kraus N. (2013) A dynamic auditory-cognitive system supports speech-in-noise perception in older adults. Hearing Research. 300: 18-32.

Anderson S, White-Schwoch T, Parbery-Clark A, Kraus N (2013) Reversal of age-related neural timing delays with training. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 110(11) 4357-4362.

Kraus N, Anderson S. (2013) Music training: An antidote for aging? Hearing Journal. 66(3): 52.

Parbery-Clark A, Anderson S, Hittner E, Kraus N (2012) Musical experience strengthens the neural representation of sounds important for communication in middle-aged adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 4(30): 1-12.

Anderson S, Kraus N. (2013) The potential role of the cABR in assessment and management of hearing impairment. International Journal of Otolaryngology.

Anderson S, Parbery-Clark A, White-Schwoch T, Kraus N. (2012) Aging affects neural precision of speech encoding. Journal of Neuroscience. 32(41):14156 –14164.

Anderson S, Parbery-Clark A, White-Schwoch T, Kraus N. (2013) Auditory brainstem response to complex sounds predicts self-reported speech-in-noise performance. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 56(1): 31-43.

Parbery-Clark A, Anderson S, Hittner E, Kraus N (2012) Musical experience offsets age-related delays in neural timing. Neurobiology of Aging. 33: 1483.e1–1483.e4

Parbery-Clark A, Strait DL, Anderson S, Hittner E, Kraus N. (2011) Musical Experience and the Aging Auditory System: Implications for Cognitive Abilities and Hearing Speech in Noise. PLoS ONE 6(5): e18082. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0018082

Anderson S, Parbery-Clark A, Yi H, Kraus N. (2011) A Neural Basis of Speech-in-Noise Perception in Older Adults. Ear and Hearing. 32(6): 750-757.