Fig. S1. Three individual subcortical responses in noise are plotted. The subjects plotted in the top and middle plots clearly have identifiable onset and transition responses (circled), whereas the subject in the bottom plot demonstrates only a transition response.

Table S1. Correlations between subcortical and cortical responses to speech in quiet.

Table S2. Correlations between subcortical amplitude measures and cortical responses in quiet and noise.

Table S3. Correlations between speech-in-noise perception and the neural encoding of speech in quiet.

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