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Efficacy of Auditory Training on Speech Recognition in Children Wearing Hearing Aids
Purpose: Auditory training is known to be helpful for reduced speech-in-noise recognition abilities. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of 8-week auditory training for children using hearing aids. Also, the retention effect of training was determined from 1-m...
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Normative Data for Frequency Specificity of Acoustic Reflex Thresholds
Purpose: Although acoustic reflex thresholds (ART) have widely used to screen and diagnose auditory lesions, they are confined only for measurements in low probe tone. The present study provides normative adults data based on various frequencies of both probe tone and stimuli, a...
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The Efficacy of Transfer of Learning and Retention with Short-Term Auditory Training: Evidences from Auditory Evoked Potential and Behavioral Tests
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate whether short-term auditory training is associated with transfer of learning and retention through behavioral and auditory evoked potential tests the efficacy of short-term auditory training the efficacy. Methods: A total of...
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Development of a Simplified Version and Test-Retest Reliability for Korean Tinnitus Primary Function Questionnaire
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to verify the test-retest reliability of the Korean version of the tinnitus primary function questionnaire (K-TPFQ) and to propose a simplified version of the K-TPFQ. Methods: In the test-retest reliability measure of the K-TPFQ, 31 partici...
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