Professor Peter F. Assmann "is one of the leading researchers in the area of speech perception in adverse listening conditions and the acoustics of speech development in children." Recently his research has been focused on the perceptual strategies used by listeners to recognize speech. This includes the development of a database of speech recordings of children between five and 18 years old in order to study the biological and social influences on speech acoustics. He is a Fellow of the Acoustical Society of America (elected 2012). He also serves as the Principal Investigator at the Speech Perception Laboratory.

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