Daniel R. MCloy
Curriculum Vitæ

Overview

I am a scientist trained in acoustic phonetics, speech perception, and auditory neuroscience. I research auditory attention and speech processing in multitalker environments, individual differences in speech intelligibility, and the relationship between speech perception and the theory of phonological features.

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Postdoctoral research associate, Laboratory for Auditory Brain Science & Neuroengineering ([LABS]N, PI: Adrian KC Lee), part of the Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences at the University of Washington. Current research projects:

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