You are invited to attend an educational lecture open to the public:

Training Your Brain to Hear Better 

Presented by the Auditory Neuroscience Laboratory

Hosted by the Northwestern University Audiology Clinic 

When: Tuesday, March 23, 2010

4:30 pm to 5:30 pm OR 6pm to 7pm 

Where: 2240 Campus Drive, Frances Searle Building, Evanston, IL  60208 

Seating is limited.  Please call (847) 491-3165 to RSVP

http://www.communication.northwestern.edu/clinics/listening_learning/

Your brain plays a crucial role in your ability to hear, and can be
changed by lifelong and short-term experiences with sound.   Years of
musical practice enhance fundamental neural processing of speech sounds,
which translates to better speech-in-noise perception.  The use of
computer-based auditory training programs can also enhance how the
nervous system responds to speech under noisy listening conditions.  
Come attend a free lecture open to the public to learn how auditory
training affects the nervous system, and to discuss practical options
for better hearing in noisy listening environments.