September/October 2018 - Volume 39 - Issue 5

  • Brenda M. Ryals, PhD
  • 0196-0202
  • 1538-4667
  • 6 issues / year
  • Otorhinolaryngology 2/42
    Audiology & Speech Language Pathology 1/25
  • 3.120

Effect of Probe-Tone Frequency on Ipsilateral and Contralateral Electrical Stapedius Reflex Measurement in Children With Cochlear Implants

Objectives: The upper loudness limit of electrical stimulation in cochlear implant patients is sometimes set using electrically elicited stapedius reflex thre...

The Effects of Dynamic-range Automatic Gain Control on Sentence Intelligibility With a Speech Masker in Simulated Cochlear Implant Listening

Objectives: “Channel-linked” and “multi-band” front-end automatic gain control (AGC) were examined as alternatives to single-band, channel-unlinked AGC in sim...

Air- and Bone-Conducted Sources of Feedback With an Active Middle Ear Implant

Objectives: Active middle ear implants (AMEI) have been used to treat hearing loss in patients for whom conventional hearing aids are unsuccessful for varied ...

Hearing and Auditory Processing Abilities in Primary School Children with Learning Difficulties

Objectives: This study aimed to investigate hearing and auditory processing ability in primary school children with learning difficulties (LD). Design: A n...

Residual Cochlear Function in Adults and Children Receiving Cochlear Implants: Correlations With Speech Perception Outcomes

Objectives: Variability in speech perception outcomes with cochlear implants remains largely unexplained. Recently, electrocochleography, or measurements of c...

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