Jan Wouters spends much of his time researching Audiology, Speech perception, Speech recognition, Cochlear implant and Dyslexia. His Audiology research incorporates themes from Language development and Spoken language. His research integrates issues of Cognition, Phonetics and Auditory cortex in his study of Speech perception.
His Speech recognition study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Noise reduction and Output device. The concepts of his Cochlear implant study are interwoven with issues in Stimulus, Stimulation, Implant and Amplitude. His Dyslexia study combines topics in areas such as Communication disorder, Cognitive psychology, Phonological awareness and Auditory perception.
His primary scientific interests are in Audiology, Law, Speech recognition, Public administration and International trade. His Audiology study incorporates themes from Stimulus and Speech perception. His study looks at the relationship between Speech perception and fields such as Dyslexia, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Acoustics, Noise reduction and Noise in addition to Speech recognition. Jan Wouters has researched Noise reduction in several fields, including Microphone, Digital signal processing, Wiener filter, Hearing aid and Signal-to-noise ratio. His study in International trade is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Global governance and International economics.
Jan Wouters spends much of his time researching Audiology, Global governance, Law and economics, Public administration and Political economy. Specifically, his work in Audiology is concerned with the study of Cochlear implant. His studies deal with areas such as Economic system, International trade and International relations as well as Global governance.
His Law and economics research integrates issues from International law, Liability, Rule of law and Human rights. The Dyslexia study combines topics in areas such as Cognitive psychology, Developmental psychology, Speech perception, Phonological awareness and Learning to read. Many of his studies on Speech perception apply to Speech recognition as well.
His primary areas of investigation include Audiology, Dyslexia, Electroencephalography, Reading and Speech perception. His Audiology research includes themes of Stimulus, Steady state and Perception. Cognitive psychology is closely connected to Phonological awareness in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Dyslexia.
His Reading study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Developmental psychology, Cognition and Phonetics. The various areas that Jan Wouters examines in his Speech perception study include Rehabilitation, Neural synchronization, Encoding and Right hemisphere. His Cochlear implant research incorporates themes from Unilateral hearing loss, Speech recognition and Bass.
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Intact but less Accessible Phonetic Representations in Adults with Dyslexia
Bart Boets;Hans P. Op de Beeck;Maaike Vandermosten;Sophie K. Scott.
A tractography study in dyslexia: neuroanatomic correlates of orthographic, phonological and speech processing
Maaike Vandermosten;Bart Boets;Hanne Poelmans;Stefan Sunaert.
A qualitative and quantitative review of diffusion tensor imaging studies in reading and dyslexia
Maaike Vandermosten;Bart Boets;Jan Wouters;Pol Ghesquière.
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews (2012)
Horizontal localization with bilateral hearing aids: Without is better than with
Tim Van den Bogaert;Thomas J. Klasen;Marc Moonen;Lieselot Van Deun.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (2006)
Informal International Lawmaking
Joost Pauwelyn;Ramses A. Wessel;Jan Wouters.
Auditory processing, speech perception and phonological ability in pre-school children at high-risk for dyslexia: A longitudinal study of the auditory temporal processing theory
Bart Boets;Jan Wouters;Astrid van Wieringen;Pol Ghesquière.
Preschool impairments in auditory processing and speech perception uniquely predict future reading problems
Bart Boets;Maaike Vandermosten;Hanne Poelmans;Heleen Luts.
Research in Developmental Disabilities (2011)
Modelling Relations between Sensory Processing, Speech Perception, Orthographic and Phonological Ability, and Literacy Achievement.
Bart Boets;Jan Wouters;Astrid van Wieringen;Bert De Smedt.
Brain and Language (2008)
Adaptive feedback cancellation in hearing aids with linear prediction of the desired signal
A. Spriet;I. Proudler;M. Moonen;J. Wouters.
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing (2005)
Predictors of Spoken Language Development Following Pediatric Cochlear Implantation
Tinne Boons;Jan P. L. Brokx;Ingeborg Dhooge;Johan H. M. Frijns.
Ear and Hearing (2012)
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