Nina Kraus investigates the neurobiology underlying speech and music perception and learning-associated brain plasticity. She studies normal listeners throughout the lifespan, clinical populations (poor-readers; autism; hearing loss), auditory experts (musicians, bilinguals) and an animal model. In addition to being a pioneering thinker who bridges multiple disciplines (aging, development, lieteracy, music, and learning), Dr. Kraus is a technological innovator who roots her research in translational science.
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More than 20 years of federal funding.
|CSD 310||Biological Foundations of Speech and Music|
|CSD 425||Electrophysiology of the Human Auditory System|
|CSD 525||Seminar: Topics in Central Auditory Neuroscience|