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Change in Preferred Gain, Word Recognition Scores, and Sound Qualities as Hearing Aid Wearing Period
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to assess the changes in gain, aided threshold, word recognition in noise, and sound quality of hearing aids according to the first wearing period of sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) to determine the rehabilitation goal and effective adjus...
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A Study of Music Training for Cochlear Implant Users: Mismatch Negativity and Music Listening Attitude and Satisfaction Questionnaire
Purpose: The music rehabilitation program (MRP) promotes auditory, language, cognitive, and motor development of the brain. The significance of MRP was studied through mismatch negativity (MMN) and Music Listening Attitude and Satisfaction Questionnaire for hearing loss (MASQ_H)...
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Knowledge of and Attitudes Toward Hearing Loss, Hearing Aids, and Cochlear Implants in Adults
Purpose: This study investigates the knowledge of and attitudes toward hearing loss and hearing aids (HA) and cochlear implants (CI) based on background. Methods: A total of 356 adults, including users of HA and CI participated with a variety of background variables, including a...
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