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Relating interaural difference sensitivities for several parameters measured in normal-hearing and hearing-impaired listeners.
Just-noticeable differences (JNDs) in interaural time delay (ITD), interaural level difference (ILD), and interaural cross-correlation (ICC) were measured with low- and high-frequency noise bandsExpand
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Adaptive Recalibration of Chronic Auditory Gain
This report follows up and extends an exploratory investigation of a hypothetical adaptive chronic gain (amplification of suprathreshold information) process within the auditory system. In theory,Expand
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Secondary Benefits from Tinnitus Retraining Therapy: Clinically Significant Increases in Loudness Discomfort Level and Expansion of the Auditory Dynamic Range
In this report, the authors highlight clinically significant improvements in sound tolerance observed over the past decade among patients who were enrolled in tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT) at theExpand
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A Sound Therapy-Based Intervention to Expand the Auditory Dynamic Range for Loudness among Persons with Sensorineural Hearing Losses: A Randomized Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial.
The primary aim of this research was to evaluate the validity, efficacy, and generalization of principles underlying a sound therapy-based treatment for promoting expansion of the auditory dynamicExpand
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A Sound Therapy-Based Intervention to Expand the Auditory Dynamic Range for Loudness among Persons with Sensorineural Hearing Losses: Case Evidence Showcasing Treatment Efficacy.
Case evidence is presented that highlights the clinical relevance and significance of a novel sound therapy-based treatment. This intervention has been shown to be efficacious in a randomizedExpand
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Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emission Levels and Input/Output-Growth Functions in Normal-Hearing Individuals with Tinnitus and/or Hyperacusis
The purpose of this study was to determine whether distortion product otoacoustic emissions (DPOAEs) can be used to distinguish among four groups with audiometrically normal-hearing sensitivity: (1)Expand
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Intra- and Intersubject Variability in Audiometric Measures and Loudness Judgments in Older Listeners with Normal Hearing.
This research was to document intra- and intersubject variability in measures of pure tone thresholds, loudness discomfort levels, and the Contour test of loudness for tonal and speech stimuli acrossExpand
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Measurements of precedence phenomena in binaural and monaural conditions
The precedence effect is a compelling auditory illusion which is thought to negotiate competition for perception and localization between the direct sound and its reflections. Three perceptualExpand
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Effects of the spatial distribution of competing sounds on speech reception thresholds
The experiment tested whether listeners can suppress competing sound from several different locations simultaneously. Speech reception thresholds were measured adaptively in anechoic virtual auditoryExpand
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