Stéfan Sinclair

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In 1994, Moodie, Seewald, & Sinclair described the development of a clinical procedure for predicting real-ear hearing instrument performance in young children. The purpose of the present study was to determine the validity of this procedure for predicting the real-ear aided gain (REAG) and real-ear saturation response (RESR) of hearing instruments worn by(More)
The goal in fitting a hearing instrument has always been to provide audibility and comfort for important environmental sounds, especially conversational speech, while ensuring that loud sounds are not uncomfortable. With the overwhelming inundation of new technology, sometimes it is easy to lose track that this is, always has been, and always will be, the(More)
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