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The human auditory brainstem response to high click rates: aging effects.
In 1999 J. Walton, M. Orlando, & R. Burkard (Hearing Research, 127, 86-94) investigated aging effects on auditory brainstem response (ABR) wave V latency using a tone-on-toneburst forward-maskingExpand
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A comparison of the effects of broadband masking noise on the auditory brainstem response in young and older adults.
We examined the effects of ipsilateral-direct, continuous, broadband noise on auditory brainstem response (ABR) wave I and V latencies and amplitudes in young adult versus older adult humans. It wasExpand
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The Human Auditory Brain-stem Response to High Click Rates: Aging Effects.
In the December 2001 issue (Vol. 10, No. 2), "The Human Auditory Brain-stem Response to High Click Rates: Aging Effects" by Robert F. Burkard and Donald Sims was incorrectly classified as aExpand
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A comparison of the effects of broadband masking noise on the auditory brainstem response in young and older adults.
We examined the effects of ipsilateral-direct, continuous, broadband noise on auditory brainstem response (ABR) wave I and V latencies and amplitudes in young adult versus older adult humans. It wa...
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Audiologic Rehabilitation and Speech-Language Therapy for Prelingually Deaf Young Adults
Aural rehabilitation and speech-language therapy is described for severe-to-profoundly deaf, college-age students. Students in therapy are often cochlear implant users and are quite variable inExpand
Aging and deafness
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Rehabilitation for Presbycusis
Current and promising future treatments for presbycusis are reviewed. Proceeding from the evidence that compensatory functional reorganization of the brain takes place with aging, rehabilitationExpand