Benefit of Wearing a Hearing Aid on the Unimplanted Ear in Adult Users of a Cochlear Implant
- Quantifying the Effect of Compression Hearing Aid Release Time on Speech Acoustics and Intelligibility. Jenstad, Lorienne M.; Souza, Pamela E. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Jun2005, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p651
Compression hearing aids have the inherent, and often adjustable, feature of release time from compression. Research to date does not provide a consensus on how to choose or set release time. The current study had 2 purposes: (a) a comprehensive evaluation of the acoustic effects of release time...
- Hearing Aids and Music. Chasin, Marshall; Russo, Frank A. // Trends in Amplification;2004, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p35
Discusses music perception in hearing aids. Differences between speech and music for hearing aids; Parameters in music; Information on hearing aid parameters.
- They Say "I Can't Hear in Noise," We Say "Say the Word Base". Tecca, John E. // Audiology Today;Nov/Dec2015, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p10
No abstract available.
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR. Lindley, George // Audiology Today;Nov/Dec2015, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p13
No abstract available.
- Should a Hearing Aid in the Contralateral Ear Be Recommended for Children With a Unilateral Cochlear Implant? Beijen, Jan-Willem; Mylanus, Emmanuel A. M.; Leeuw, A. Rens; Snik, Ad F. M. // Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology;Jun2008, Vol. 117 Issue 6, p397
Objectives: To predict bimodal benefit before cochlear implantation, we compared the performances of participants with bimodal fitting and with a cochlear implant alone on speech perception tests. Methods: Twenty-two children with a cochlear implant in one ear and a hearing aid in the other...
- Perceptual training improves syllable identification in new and experienced hearing aid users. // Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development;July2006, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p537
We assessed the effects of perceptual training of syllable identification in noise on nonsense syllable test (NST) performance of new (Experiment 1) and experienced (Experiment 2) hearing aid (HA) users with sensorineural hearing loss. In Experiment 1, new HA users were randomly assigned to...
- The 2009 World Market Forecasts for Imported Hearing Aids. Parker, Philip M. // Imported Trade Reports;2009, preceding p8
The article presents the 2009 world market forecasts for imported hearing aids. It presents charts depicting these product's import rates in Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America, as well as, in the Middle East countries. The methodologies used in capturing the total level of the product's...
- Can an In-the-ear Device be Truly Open? Yes! Jespersen, Charlotte T.; Groth, Jennifer // Hearing Review;Aug2008, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p22
This article discusses the development and benefits of an in-the-ear style hearing device called be by ReSound that is said to be the first example of a invisible open technology (IOP) hearing instrument. The device was created by the company as an alternative to open micro-behind-the-ear...
- Discrimination of release time constants in hearing-aid compressors. // Noise & Vibration Worldwide;Jul2009, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p38
The article focuses on the findings of a study concerning the discrimination of release time constants in hearing-aid compressors. The study examines the capacity of 25 hearing-impaired and eight normal-hearing listeners to discriminate between release time constants used for compression in...