Starkey Research & Clinical Blog

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...

Modern Remote Microphones Greatly Improve Speech Understanding in Noise

Wireless hearing aids have made remote microphones more accessible, affordable, and easier to...

The Christmas Party Problem: Guest Post from Dr. Simon...

 A version of this blog first appeared as an article in the Australian...

Does hearing aid use slow cognitive decline?

Recent evidence has suggested that cognitive decline and hearing impairment may have more...

Listening is more effortful for new hearing aid wearers

Listeners with limited working memory or cognitive resources are more likely to struggle...

These factors lead to successful hearing aid use

Three of the most important factors in hearing aid success may be follow-up,...

Cognitive Benefits of Digital Noise Reduction

Listening effort is often measured in a dual-task paradigm during which subjects perform...

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Clinical
Research

Authors

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