13th Speech in Noise Workshop, 20-21 January 2022, Virtual Conference 13th Speech in Noise Workshop, 20-21 January 2022, Virtual Conference


The abstract booklet can be downloaded here.

To access the talks and the posters, visit your personal space.

All times are Central European Time (CET).

Thursday 20 January 2022
09:1509:40A method to convert between Speech Recognition Thresholds (SRT) and percentage-correct scores for speech-in-noise tests Abstract
Cas Smits
Amsterdam UMC, Dept. of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Amsterdam, NL
09:4010:05Text-to-speech and back — new ways in speech audiometry Abstract
Inga Holube, Saskia Ibelings, Jasper Ooster, Theresa Nuesse
Institute of Hearing Technology and Audiology, Jade University of Applied Sciences, Oldenburg, DE
10:0510:20Coffee refill, stretch and look outside
10:2010:45Ignoring people at a cocktail party: testing which acoustic characteristics of ignored speech influence attended speech perception Abstract
Hans Rutger Bosker
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, NL
10:4511:10Regular rhythmic primes do not (always) benefit speech-in-noise perception: Evidence for distinct outcomes for temporal attention depending on speech-in-noise manipulations Abstract
Anna Fiveash, Etienne Gaudrain, Nathalie Bedoin, Reyna L. Gordon, Barbara Tillmann
Lyon Neuroscience Research Center, INSERM, CNRS, University of Lyon 1, France
11:1011:25Coffee refill, stretch and look outside
11:2511:50The impact of social observation during a speech-in-noise task: insights from cardiovascular and pupil responses of listeners with hearing loss Abstract
Bethany Plain, Hidde Pielage, Tanveer A. Bhuiyan, Thomas Lunner, Michael Richter, Gabrielle Saunders, Niek Versfeld, Adriana A. Zekveld, Sophia E. Kramer
Amsterdam UMC, NL | Eriksholm Research Centre, Snekkersten, DK
11:5012:15Challenges and methods to design a child-appropriate speech-in-noise experiment in spatial auditory environments for young children Abstract
Janina Fels, Karin Loh
Institute for Hearing Technology and Acoustics, RWTH Aachen University, DE
13:1515:15Poster session 1
15:1515:30Coffee refill, stretch and look outside
Perceiving and representing voice identity: effects of talker variability and listener familiarity Abstract
Carolyn McGettigan
University College London, UK
16:3016:55Prediction of the ASR quality by analysis of the sound environment Abstract
Sébastien Ferreira, Jérôme Farinas, Julien Pinquier, Stéphane Rabant
Authôt, Ivry-sur-Seine, France
18:0019:30Online social
Friday 21 January 2022
09:0011:00Poster session 2
11:0011:10Coffee refill, stretch and look outside
11:1011:35Homophone processing during speech-in-speech situation and cognitive control implication Abstract
Samuel El Bouzaïdi Tiali, Fanny Meunier, Elsa Spinelli, Corentin Gonthier, Richard Palluel-Germain, Juan R. Vidal, Marcela Perrone-Bertolotti
Univ. Grenoble Alpes, Univ. Savoie Mont Blanc, CNRS, LPNC, Grenoble, FR
11:3512:00Speech recognition in quiet and in noise in a large group of bimodal (CI + HA) listeners Abstract
Ulrich Hoppe, Thomas Hocke, Frank Digeser
Department of Audiology, ENT-clinic, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, DE
13:0015:00Poster session 3
15:0015:10Coffee refill, stretch and look outside
15:1015:35Perception of dynamic pitch in speech Abstract
Hae-Sung Jeon
UCLan, Preston, UK
15:3516:00Impact of cochlear synaptopathy on speech-in-noise perception: Psychophysical and electrophysiological markers based on temporal fine structure coding fidelity Abstract
Emmanuel Ponsot, Sarah Verhulst
Ghent University, BE
16:0016:30Colin Cherry Award 2022, Next SPIN meeting and Closing remarks


Session 1: Thursday 20th, 13:15-15:15

P16 Decoding EEG responses to the speech envelope using deep neural networks
Michael D. Thornton, Tobias J. Reichenbach, Danilo P. Mandic

P19 Perception of low pass filtered speech in Hindi: A cross-sectional study across age
Kiran Kumari, Divya Sethi, Ansila Raslan, Prashanth Prabhu

P40 Listening in spatialized noise sentences (LiSN-S) test in Brazilian Portuguese
Bruno Masiero, Maria Francisca Colella-Santos, Letícia Borges

P58 The influence of linguistic properties on recognition of naturalistic speech in noise
Jing Shen, Lauren Calandruccio, Alyssa Liusie, Caitlyn Dececco

P64 Functional hearing difficulties in blast-exposed service members with normal to near-normal hearing thresholds
Ken W. Grant, Sandeep A. Phatak, Lina K. Kubli, Kimberly A. Jenkins, Jennifer R. Myers, Douglas S. Brungart

P67 An open generic specification for the Digits-in-Noise test
Soner Türüdü, Thomas Koelewijn, Etienne Gaudrain, Gloria Araiza-Illan, Laura Rachman, Deniz Başkent

P70 Humanoid robot as an interface for autonomous auditory testing through speech audiometry
Gloria Araiza-Illan, Luke Meyer, Khiet P. Truong, Deniz Başkent

Session 2: Friday 21st, 09:00-11:00

P02 Audiotactile speech perception and neural mechanisms
Pierre H. Guilleminot, Tobias Reichenbach

P05 Effect of simple visual inputs on syllable parsing
Anirudh Kulkarni, Mikolaj Kegler, Tobias Reichenbach

P14 Background speech perception in the cocktail party
Orsolya Szalárdy, Brigitta Tóth, Dávid Farkas, Gábor Orosz, István Winkler

P17 Influence of three auditory profiles on aided speech perception in different noise scenarios
Mengfan Wu, Oscar M. Cañete, Jesper Hvass Schmidt, Michal Fereczkowski, Tobias Neher

P20 The impact of visual, acoustic and semantic cues on processing of face mask speech by children and adults
Julia Schwarz, Katrina K. Li, Jasper Hong Sim, Yixin Zhang, Elizabeth Buchanan-Worster, Brechtje Post, Jenny Gibson, Kirsty McDougall

P26 Processing fast speech: Investigating challenges for children with hearing loss
Rosanne Abrahamse, Titia Benders, Katherine Demuth, Nan Xu Rattanasone

P35 Foreground speech robustness for audio scene classification
Siyuan Song, Brecht Desplanques, Nilesh Madhu

P38 Does reverberation affect the bimodal or audiovisual speech intelligibility benefit in cochlear implant users?
Peter Ihly, Tim Jürgens, Daniela Hollfelder, Karl-Ludwig Bruchhage, Hartmut Meister

P41 Background noise effects on the frequency-following response (FFR) of newborns: A comparison between neonates and adults
Alejandro Mondejar-Segovia, Roser Llobet-Gil, Amineh Koravand, Sonia Arenillas-Alcón, Jordi Costa-Faidella, Adél Könczöl, Teresa Ribas-Prats, M. Dolores Gómez-Roig, Carles Escera

P53 Effects of age and musical expertise on speech-on-speech perception in adults
Laura Rachman, Eleanor Harding, Ryan Gray, Stefan Smeenk, Anastasios Sarampalis, Etienne Gaudrain, Deniz Başkent

P68 The effects of lexical content, sentence context, and vocoding on voice cue perception
Thomas Koelewijn, Etienne Gaudrain, Thawab Shehab, Tobias Treczoks, Deniz Başkent

P71 Cochlear synaptopathy in the ageing population
Heleen Van Der Biest, Sarah Verhulst, Ingeborg Dhooge, Hannah Keppler

Session 3: Friday 21st, 13:00-15:00

P09 Does neural tracking of continuous speech indicate active distractor suppression?
Martin Orf, Ronny Hannemann, Malte Wöstmann, Jonas Obleser

P21 Pupil measures predictive of hearing status-related listening effort as an output of the machine learning classification framework
Patrycja Książek, Adriana A. Zekveld, Dorothea Wendt, Thomas Koelewijn, Sophia E. Kramer

P24 Deep neural networks for speech enhancement in noise
Lars Bramsløw, Gaurav Naithani, Tuomas Virtanen

P27 The Neurogram — a quantification of real-life hearing impairments based on electrophysiology
Fabian Schmidt, Lisa Reisinger, Ronny Hannemann, Nathan Weisz

P30 The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on objective and subjective hearing ability in younger and older adults in the UK
Kate Slade, Christopher Plack, Charlotte Pennington, Robert Davies, Helen Nuttall

P33 Sentence comprehension and word recall in noisy primary classroom: What is the effect of the individual cognitive competences?
Chiara Visentin, Matteo Pellegatti, Maria Garraffa, Alberto Di Domenico, Nicola Prodi

P42 The role of speech prosody in stream segregation and selective attention in a multi-talker situation
Petra Kovács, Brigitta Toth, Orsolya Szalárdy, Ferenc Honbolygó, Anna Kohári, Katalin Mády, Lilla Magyari, István Winkler

P45 The dynamic range of speech
John Culling, Molly Bishop

P51 The influence of hearing impairment on the pupil dilation response to degraded speech
Adriana A. Zekveld, Hidde Pielage, Niek J. Versfeld, Sophia E. Kramer

P54 The first clarity enhancement challenge for hearing aid processing
Michael Akeroyd, Jon Barker, Trevor J Cox, John Culling, Simone Graetzer, Rhoddy Viveros Muñoz, Graham Naylor, Eszter Porter

P60 Normal-hearing listeners and cochlear-implant users benefit from voice-feature continuity at the Cocktail Party
Jens Kreitewolf, Daniela Hollfelder, Martin Orf, Julia Erb, Samuel R. Mathias, Karl-Ludwig Bruchhage, Barbara Wollenberg, Jonas Obleser

P66 The impact of communication possibilities on psychosocial difficulties in children with hearing loss
Tjeerd de Jong, Marc P. van der Schroeff, Laura Rachman, Luuk Stapersma, Bert Maat, Francien Coster, Rolien H. Free, Deniz Başkent, Jantien L. Vroegop

P69 Comparison of a humanoid robot interface and a laptop interface used for auditory psychophysical tasks
Luke Meyer, Gloria Araiza-Illan, Laura Rachman, Etienne Gaudrain, Deniz Başkent

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