Six studentships available

Six PhD studentship positions are being offered by the H2020 EC Marie-Curie ITN project 'Innovative Hearing Aid Research – Ecological Conditions and Outcome Measures' (HEAR-ECO). HEAR-ECO will assess how task demands, motivation, and invested effort modulate speech understanding and hearing-aid benefit in daily life. The PhD students will work together to creatively combine three established measures of listening effort, and to develop innovative conditions for testing hearing aids. For more information go to: www.nottingham.ac.uk/mrcihr/news/phd-students-for-explorative-studies-in-new-biomarkers-of-listening-effort-and-motivation.aspx. Apply before 6th January 2018.