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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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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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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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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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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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Relationship between Speech Perception in Noise and Phonemic Restoration of Speech in Noise in Individuals with Normal Hearing

Vijayasarathy S, Barman A

Background and Objectives: Top-down restoration of distorted speech, tapped as phonemic restoration of speech in noise, maybe a useful tool to understand robustness of perception in adverse listening situations. However,...
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Effect of Digital Noise Reduction of Hearing Aids on Music and Speech Perception

Kim HJ, Lee JH, Shim HJ

Background and Objectives: Although many studies have evaluated the effect of the digital noise reduction (DNR) algorithm of hearing aids (HAs) on speech recognition, there are few studies on the...
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Effects of Residual Hearing on the Auditory Steady State Response for Cochlear Implantation in Children

Kim YS, Han SA, Woo H, Suh MW, Lee JH, Oh SH, Park MK

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: We aim to explore the effects of residual auditory steady state response (ASSR) on cochlear implantation (CI) outcomes in children lacking auditory brainstem responses (ABRs). SUBJECTS AND METHODS:...
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Central Auditory Processing Tests as Diagnostic Tools for the Early Identification of Elderly Individuals with Mild Cognitive Impairment

Jalaei B, Valadbeigi A, Panahi R, Nahrani MH, Arefi HN, Zia M, Ranjbar N

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is a disorder that usually occurs in the elderly, leading to dementia in some progressive cases. The purpose of this study is to...
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Speech Perception and Gap Detection Performance of Single-Sided Deafness under Noisy Conditions

Kwak C, Kim S, Lee J, Seo Y, Kong T, Han W

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Many studies have reported no benefit of sound localization, but improved speech understanding in noise after treating patients with single-sided deafness (SSD). Furthermore, their performances provided a...
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Comparison of Speech Rate and Long-Term Average Speech Spectrum between Korean Clear Speech and Conversational Speech

Yoo J, Oh H, Jeong S, Jin IK

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Clear speech is an effective communication strategy used in difficult listening situations that draws on techniques such as accurate articulation, a slow speech rate, and the inclusion...
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Perception of Tamil Mono-Syllabic and Bi-Syllabic Words in Multi-Talker Speech Babble by Young Adults with Normal Hearing

Gnanasekar S, Vaidyanath R

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study compared the perception of mono-syllabic and bisyllabic words in Tamil by young normal hearing adults in the presence of multi-talker speech babble at two signal-to-noise...
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Short-Term Clinical Outcome of Neuro One® System Cochlear Implantation in Korean Adults

Lee YW, Kim MB, Chang SO

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study analyzed short-term clinical outcome and safety of Neuro One® (Oticon Medical) cochlear implantation on postlingually deafened Korean adults. SUBJECTS AND METHOD: A prospective study was performed...
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Speech Perception and Language Outcome in Congenitally Deaf Children Receiving Cochlear Implants in the First Year of Life

Jeong SW, Seo JW, Boo SH, Kim LS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The objective of this study was to examine the effect of early cochlear implantation (CI) performed in infants less than 12 months of age. SUBJECTS AND METHOD: Twenty-five...
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Dynamics of Speech Perception in the Auditory-Visual Mode: An Empirical Evidence for the Management of Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorders

Balan JR, Maruthy S

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The present study probed into the relative and combined contribution of auditory and visual modalities in the speech perception of individuals with auditory neuropathy spectrum disorders (ANSD)....
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Definition and Clinical Implication of Temporal Fine Structure

Chang YS, Moon IJ

Perception of sound is associated with the use of multiple acoustic cues in the human auditory system. These acoustic cues can be classified by their temporal and spectral properties. Temporal...
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Long Term Speech Perception Outcomes of Cochlear Implantation in Gap Junction Protein Beta 2 Related Hearing Loss

Kim SH, Nepali R, Yoo MH, Lee KS, Chung JW

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The mutation of the gap junction protein beta 2 (GJB2) gene is the predominant cause of autosomal recessive non-syndromic hearing loss. The purpose of this study was...
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Prediction of Cochlear Implant Outcomes in Patients With Prelingual Deafness

Kang DH, Lee MJ, Lee KY, Lee SH, Jang JH

OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the factors that limit post-cochlear implantation (CI) speech perception in prelingually deaf children. METHODS: Patients with CI were divided into two groups according to Category of Auditory Performance...
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Early Experience of Non-Linear Frequency Compression Technology in Patients with High-Frequency Hearing Loss

Kim J, Park H, Jin SH, Park W, Cho YS, Hong SH, Moon IJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Consonants are uttered in the high frequency range in speech to bring out understanding of our language. As consonants convey most of the word information, listeners with...
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Vowel Perception in Listeners With Normal Hearing and in Listeners With Hearing Loss: A Preliminary Study

Hedrick M, Charles L, Street ND

OBJECTIVES: To determine the influence of hearing loss on perception of vowel slices. METHODS: Fourteen listeners aged 20-27 participated; ten (6 males) had hearing within normal limits and four (3 males)...
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