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Terrin Tamati is currently a postdoctor- al researcher at the University Medical Center Groningen in Groningen, The Netherlands, where she conducts re- search on speech perception in cochlear implant users. She received a PhD in linguistics from Indiana University in
2014. Her research interests include talker and accent vari- ability, speech perception in adverse listening conditions, individual differences in perception, and speech communi- cation in cochlear implant users.
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