Starkey Research & Clinical Blog

Considerations for music processing through hearing aids

While speech is arguably the most important sound that normal hearing or hearing-impaired...

Listening gets more effortful in your forties

Some reports suggest that middle-aged adults have significantly poorer speech recognition in noise...

A Digital Finger on a Warm Pulse: Wearables and...

  Taken together, blood pressure, glucose and oxygenation levels, sympathetic neural activity (stress...

Ubiquitous computing a.k.a. The Internet of Things

In The Fabric of Tomorrow, I spoke briefly about Mark Weiser’s influential article...

The Power of the Cloud

  In “The Fabric of Tomorrow,” I laid out a rather high level...

Another piece in the puzzle of hearing aid use...

Many individuals with hearing loss go without hearing aids, if causal linkage exists...

The Fabric of Tomorrow

In Informed Dreaming, we explored the impact of the rate of scientific discovery...

Informed Dreaming for a Better Hearing Tomorrow

Part of my day job is to dream – not to daydream but...

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Authors

Jason Galster, Ph.D.
Katherine Stevens, Ph.D.
Simon Carlile