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Kate Slade

Research Associate

Kate Slade

Fylde College

LA1 4YF

Lancaster

Research overview

I am interested in speech perception, psychophysiology and the psychological and neural consequences of hearing loss. My PhD focused on researching effort in listening, typically experienced by people with hearing loss, using psychological theories and cardiac measures to quantify listening effort. I am now working on a project that aims to understand the impact of age-related hearing loss on brain networks involved in perceiving speech.