Researchers at Macquarie are investigating how our brains respond to a change in sound to better asses the sound discrimination ability in adults and, most importantly, young children who cannot verbally communicate their hearing ability.
The project investigates sensory processing in autism – specifically, how sounds are processed in the brain and how that might be different in autism.
Seeking adults over 18 years old with low back pain in the past 6 months.
The aim of this project is to investigate whether the advanced features of a hearing aid can help reduce the effort required in daily conversations.
Seeking 370 volunteers who had their first stroke within five years, live in the community in Sydney or Canberra, over 65 years old and able to walk 10 metres independently with or without a walking aid.
Macquarie University is conducting a study to examine whether there is a difference in the benefits of two psychological treatment programs aimed at reducing worry, anxiety, and/or low mood in older adults.
Macquarie University’s Centre for the Health Economy (MUCHE) is seeking people to find out about their experiences and the factors they considered when paying for accommodation in an aged care home.
Participate in a study testing reactions to sugar-sweetened drinks and receive $10 for your time.
The Child Language Lab is looking for Australian mothers, fathers and their 6 to 12-month-old infants who want to help answer this question.
Help us better understand hearing and language development in children with hearing loss