Lyan Porto (ESR 7)


Abstract (pdf)



Poster (pdf)

ESR7_WS2_Poster


Click on the image to join the Live on December 13, from 12:40 to 13:20. You can also leave a comment at the bottom of the page or send an email to Lyan: lyan.porto@kuleuven.be


Leave a comment! Lyan is particularly interested in getting feedback on the methods. What do you think he should look out for when finalizing the design of his study, with regards to cognitive functions?

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Aïda Regel Poulsen
5 months ago

Thank you for this presentation.
You mention two competing speakers, male and female. Are they fixed as to directional hearing?
And how do you see a transfer into eg. classroom environment and to explain this as a method to teachers of HoH pupils? method in observation as well as method in teaching.

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Aïda Regel Poulsen
5 months ago

Hi. this is the link to the educational material for children on operating your hearing instruments, developing linguistic skills to describe what you hear and need, describe your cognitive function as well as your psycho-social function.
The material is adaptive.
Would only be great if it can be of some use.

http://www.hoeretab-info.dk/hoerebogen/

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Lyan Porto
5 months ago

Thank you so much!

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Cécile Colin
5 months ago

Hi Lyan, I was not able to join you (Sophie explianed that you were at anaother workshop at the same time). I would be curious to exchange with you regarding the CELF (I didn’t know it was adapted to Dutch). We will also use it to examine language skills (in morphosyntax and pragmatics) in deaf teenagers. I was also wondering what corrlations you would expect in your study between results at the CELF (I guess you won’t use the whole battery), working memory, attention and LIST. All the best

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Lyan Porto
5 months ago
Reply to  Cécile Colin

Hi! Thanks for your question! Indeed, I was not available for long and could only meet with Aïda. Our study is a bit exploratory so I’m not sure what we expect to find. It’s possible or even likely that better language skills improve speech understanding in noise, so perhaps we will see that correlation. Indeed, we’re not using the whole battery; we have selected 4 or 5 subtests that can require no or minimal hearing. We can certainly discuss this further over email! I’m very interested in your suggestions! Thanks again!

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