September/October 2017 - Volume 38 - Issue 5

  • Brenda M. Ryals, PhD
  • 0196-0202
  • 1538-4667
  • 6 issues / year
  • Otorhinolaryngology 5/42
    Audiology & Speech Language Pathology 3/25
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Read the SPECIAL ISSUE on Hearing Impairment and Cognitive Energy
Read this special issue, freely available through Ear and Hearing website: Eriksholm Workshop on Hearing Impairment and Cognitive Energy. The workshop consensus proposes a heuristically useful Framework for Understanding Effortful Listening (FUEL) that expands on the adage that we hear with our ears, but we listen with our brains.  It provides a new way for audiologists to understand when and to what extent listeners expend effort in the challenging communication situations of everyday life. Start reading:
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Current Issue Highlights

Combined Electric and Acoustic Stimulation With Hearing Preservation: Effect of Cochlear Implant Low-Frequency Cutoff on Speech Understanding and Perceived Listening Difficulty

Gifford, René H.; Davis, Timothy J.; Sunderhaus, Linsey W.; More

Ear & Hearing. 38(5):539-553, September/October 2017.

Can You Hear What I Think? Theory of Mind in Young Children With Moderate Hearing Loss

Netten, Anouk P.; Rieffe, Carolien; Soede, Wim; More

Ear & Hearing. 38(5):588-597, September/October 2017.

Language Outcomes in Deaf or Hard of Hearing Teenagers Who Are Spoken Language Users: Effects of Universal Newborn Hearing Screening and Early Confirmation

Pimperton, Hannah; Kreppner, Jana; Mahon, Merle; More

Ear & Hearing. 38(5):598-610, September/October 2017.