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Can hearing aid settings improve working memory?

Working memory provides short-term processing and storage of information during complex cognitive tasks,...

Considerations for Music Listening

For the hearing aid wearer, speech is arguably the most important sound but...

A Pediatric Prescription for Listening in Noise

Most hearing aid prescription formulas attempt to balance audibility of sound with perception...

On the prevalence of hearing loss and barriers to...

The Biobank is a national program in the United Kingdom, aimed at longitudinal...

The most important factors behind directional microphone benefit

Understanding conversation in noisy environments is one of the most common difficulties for...

Acclimatizing to hearing aids may not mean what you...

New patients frequently report that their new hearing aids sound tinny, metallic, loud,...

On the Prevalence of Cochlear Dead Regions

Cochlear dead regions are areas in which, due to inner hair cell and/or...

Should you prescribe digital noise reduction to children?

A child’s ability to learn new words has important implications for language acquisition,...

Authors

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