College Wolfson College
  • Psychology
  • Research Focus


  • Hearing
  • Hearing Aids
  • Hearing Impairment
  • Clinical Conditions

  • Hearing and balance deficits
  • Equipment & Techniques

  • Signal processing
  • Science Culture

  • Industry Engagement
  • Mentorship
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    Professor Brian Moore FMedSci, FRS, Dr hc

    University Position


    Mechanisms of normal hearing and hearing impairments; relationship of auditory abilities to speech perception; design of signal processing hearing aids for sensorineural hearing loss; fitting of hearing aids to suit the individual; electrical stimulation as a means of restoring hearing to the totally deaf; design and specification of high-fidelity sound-reproducing equipment; development of models of auditory perception, especially loudness perception.

    Key Publications


    Use of a Deep Recurrent Neural Network to Reduce Wind Noise: Effects on Judged Speech Intelligibility and Sound Quality.

    Journal: Trends Hear
    E-pub date: 1 Aug 2018
    Authors: M Keshavarzi, T Goehring, J Zakis, RE Turner, BCJ Moore

    Tinnitus loudness in quiet and noise after resection of vestibular schwannoma.

    Journal: Otol Neurotol
    E-pub date: 1 Apr 2011
    Authors: TE Cope, DM Baguley, BCJ Moore

    Perceptual studies of violin body damping and vibrato.

    Journal: J Acoust Soc Am
    E-pub date: 1 Jan 2010
    Authors: C Fritz, J Woodhouse, FP-H Cheng, I Cross, AF Blackwell, BCJ Moore

    Perceptual thresholds for detecting modifications applied to the acoustical properties of a violin.

    Journal: J Acoust Soc Am
    E-pub date: 1 Dec 2007
    Authors: C Fritz, I Cross, BCJ Moore, J Woodhouse

    Effects of level and frequency on the audibility of partials in inharmonic complex tones.

    Journal: Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    E-pub date: 1 Aug 2006
    Authors: BCJ Moore, BR Glasberg, KE Low, T Cope, W Cope