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Simple Wearable Device to Reduce Stress When Delivering a Speech without Pre-training

Yamane T, Nakadoi Y, Takagi M, Morita M

Objectives: There are many occasions in modern life when people must deliver presentations in front of audiences. Most people feel nervous before and while giving a speech. If there were...
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Quality of Life in Older Adults with Cochlear Implantation: Can It Be Equal to That of Healthy Older Adults?

Tokat T, Müderris T, Bozkurt EB, Ergun U, Aysel A, Catli T

Background and Objectives: This study aimed to evaluate the audiologic results after cochlear implantation (CI) in older patients and the degree of improvement in their quality of life (QoL). Subjects and...
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Current Approaches to the Treatment of Post-Stroke Aphasia

Fridriksson J, Hillis AE

Aphasia, impairment of language after stroke or other neurological insult, is a common and often devastating condition that affects nearly every social activity and interaction. Behavioral speech and language therapy...
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Clinical Importance of Sound-Field Speech Recognition Test for Measurement of Hearing Aid Benefit

Ko Y, Lee JH

Background and Objectives Although sound-field speech recognition test is an essential evaluation method to verify the benefit of hearing aids, the aided sound-field speech recognition test has not been used...
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The Influence of Non-Linear Frequency Compression on the Perception of Speech and Music in Patients with High Frequency Hearing Loss

Ahn J, Choi JE, Kang JY, Choi IJ, Lee MC, Lee BC, Hong SH, Moon IJ

Background and Objectives: Non-linear frequency compression (NLFC) technology compresses and shifts higher frequencies into a lower frequency area that has better residual hearing. Because consonants are uttered in the high-frequency...
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Auditory Recognition of Digit-in-Noise under Unaided and Aided Conditions in Moderate and Severe Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Aghasoleimani M, Jalilvand H, Mahdavi ME, Ahmadi R

Background and Objectives: The speech-in-noise test is typically performed using an audiometer. The results of the digit-in-noise recognition (DIN) test may be influenced by the flat frequency response of free-field...
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Short-Term Experience in Cochlear Implantation with Slim Modiolar Electrode Array (CI532): Comparison to Previous Devices

Park JT, Kwak MY, Kim Y, Lee JY, Kang WS, Ahn JH, Chung JW, Park HJ

Background and Objectives There have been no reports in Korea regarding cochlear implant surgeries using Cochlear Nucleus Profile Slim Modiolar electrode [CI532 (Cochlear Ltd.)], as it has been recently released...
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Comprehensive Review of Factors Influencing the Use of Telepractice in Stuttering Treatment

Bayati B, Ayatollahi H

Objectives: Stuttering is a speech disorder characterized by the repetition of sounds, syllables, or words; prolongation of sounds; and interruptions in speech. Telepractice allows speech services to be delivered to...
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Effect of Carnatic Music Listening Training on Speech in Noise Performance in Adults

Amemane R, Gundmi A, Madikeri Mohan K

Background and Objectives: Music listening has a concomitant effect on structural and functional organization of the brain. It helps in relaxation, mind training and neural strengthening. In relation to it,...
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Influence of Measurement Procedure on the Korean Matrix Sentence-in-Noise Intelligibility for Normal-Hearing Listeners

Kim KH, Lee JH

Background and Objectives A Korean Matrix Sentence Test is one of the adaptive tests used to evaluate speech intelligibility in noise. The present study aimed to investigate the influence of...
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Effect of Music Training on Categorical Perception of Speech and Music

Yashaswini L, Maruthy S

Background and Objectives: The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of music training on the characteristics of auditory perception of speech and music. The perception of speech...
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Development of a Smartphone-Based Digits-in-Noise Test in Korean: a Hearing Screening Tool for Speech Perception in Noise

Han JH, Yi DW, Lee J, Chang WD, Lee HJ

Background: The digits-in-noise (DiN) test is a speech-in-noise test to measure speech recognition threshold in noise adaptively. Herein, we aimed to develop the Korean version of the DiN test to...
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A Personal Sound Amplification Product Compared to aBasic Hearing Aid for Speech Intelligibility in Adults withMild-to-Moderate Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Choi JE, Kim J, Yoon SH, Hong SH, Moon IJ

Background and Objectives: This study aimed to compare functional hearing with the use of a personal sound amplification product (PSAP) or a basic hearing aid (HA) among sensorineural hearing impaired listeners. Subjects...
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Sound-Field Speech Evoked Auditory Brainstem Responsein Cochlear-Implant Recipients

Jarollahi F, Valadbeigi A, Jalaei B, Maarefvand M, Zarandy MM, Haghani H, Shirzhiyan Z

Background and Objectives: Currently limited information is available on speech stimuli processing at the subcortical level in the recipients of cochlear implant (CI). Speech processing in the brainstem level is measured using...
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Outcomes of a superiorly-based pharyngeal flap for the correction of velopharyngeal dysfunction

Lee YW, Bae YC, Park SM, Nam SB, Seo HJ, Kim GW

Background: This study investigated the outcomes of pharyngeal flap surgery in Asian patients with velopharyngeal dysfunction (VPD), with a focus on postoperative improvements in speech articulation and complications. Additionally, this...
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Which Patients With a Unilateral Hearing Aid for Symmetric Sensorineural Hearing Loss Have Auditory Deprivation?

Lee HJ, Lee JM, Na G, Moon YM, Lee C, Jung J

Objectives. The aim of study is to find conditions that aggravate auditory deprivation in patients with symmetric hearing loss after unilateral digital, non-linear hearing aid (HA). Methods. In the retrospective case-comparison...
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Reliability of OperaVOXTM against Multi-Dimensional Voice Program to Assess Voice Quality before and after Laryngeal Microsurgery in Patient with Vocal Polyp

Kim SW, Kim SY, Cho JK, Jin SM, Lee SH

Background and Objectives OperaVOXTM (Oxford Wave Research Ltd.) is a portable voice analysis software package designed for use with iOS devices. As a relatively cheap, portable and easily accessible form...
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Perioperative Management of the Voice in Thyroid Cancer

Yoon SY, Hong HJ

Evaluating the patient’s voice before thyroidectomy is useful for the purpose of identifying patients with vocal cord paralysis without symptoms, identifying other patient’s voice abnormalities, and whether it is related...
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The Effect of Long-Term Unilateral Deafness on Auditory Performance

Kwak MY, Kim DH, Oh HS, An YH, Won JH, Shim HJ

Background and Objectives We investigated whether there are differences in auditory performance between the healthy ears of subjects with unilateral deafness (UD) and the control ears of subjects with normal...
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Clinical interventions and speech outcomes for individuals with submucous cleft palate

Jung SE, Ha S, Koh KS, Oh TS

Background This study aimed to identify the initial diagnostic characteristics and treatment status of children with submucous cleft palate (SMCP) and to examine the relationship between the timing of surgical...
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