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February 2005 - Volume 26 - Issue 1
pp: 1-107

Longitudinal Study of Pure-Tone Thresholds in Older Persons

Lee, Fu-Shing; Matthews, Lois J.; Dubno, Judy R.; More

Ear and Hearing. 26(1):1-11, February 2005.

Who Wants a Hearing Aid? Personality Profiles of Hearing Aid Seekers

Cox, Robyn M.; Alexander, Genevieve C.; Gray, Ginger A.

Ear and Hearing. 26(1):12-26, February 2005.

Measuring the Real-Ear to Coupler Difference Transfer Function With an Insert Earphone and a Hearing Instrument: Are They the Same?

Munro, Kevin J.; Toal, Sinead

Ear and Hearing. 26(1):27-34, February 2005.

Effects of Three Amplification Strategies on Speech Perception by Children With Severe and Profound Hearing Loss

Marriage, Josephine E.; Moore, Brian C. J.; Stone, Michael A.; More

Ear and Hearing. 26(1):35-47, February 2005.

Reception of Environmental Sounds Through Cochlear Implants

Reed, Charlotte M.; Delhorne, Lorraine A.

Ear and Hearing. 26(1):48-61, February 2005.

Audiometric Threshold Shift Definitions: Simulations and Suggestions

Dobie, Robert A.

Ear and Hearing. 26(1):62-77, February 2005.

Development of Auditory Temporal Resolution in School-Age Children Revealed by Word Recognition in Continuous and Interrupted Noise

Stuart, Andrew

Ear and Hearing. 26(1):78-88, February 2005.

Results From the Dutch Speech-in-Noise Screening Test by Telephone

Smits, Cas; Houtgast, Tammo

Ear and Hearing. 26(1):89-95, February 2005.

Reversed Ipsilateral Acoustic Reflex: A Study on Subjects Treated With Muscle Relaxants

Ciardo, Alberto; Garavello, Werner; Leva, Marina; More

Ear and Hearing. 26(1):96-103, February 2005.

Auditory Interactivities

Krause, Jean C.

Ear and Hearing. 26(1):104-105, February 2005.