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Using Frequency Modulation System of Hearing-Impaired Students with Integrated Education
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate and analyze the use of the frequency modulation (FM) systems. The degree of speech perception in various school environment and participation in the class using the FM systems for hearing-impaired students and teachers who us...
Reliability and Validity of the Korean Matrix Sentence-in-Noise Recognition Test for Older Listeners with Normal Hearing and with Hearing Impairment
Purpose: The aim of this study was to examine test-retest reliability and validity of the adaptive Korean matrix sentence-in-noise test for elderly group with normal hearing (ENH) and elderly group with hearing impairment (EHI). Methods: Twenty ENH listeners and 20 EHI listener...
Maintenance of Improvement in Tinnitus after Tinnitus Sound Therapy: A 6-Month Follow-Up Study
Purpose: Sound therapy is a useful rehabilitation approach that focuses on listening to external stimuli to reduce the perception of and negative reactions to tinnitus. In this study, we investigated whether the benefits of sound therapy for tinnitus were maintained after treatm...
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