Cognition and hearing aids . 1 Cognition and hearing aids

@inproceedings{Lunner2009CognitionAH,
  title={Cognition and hearing aids . 1 Cognition and hearing aids},
  author={Thomas Lunner and Mary Rudner and Jerker R{\"o}nnberg},
  year={2009}
}
The perceptual information transmitted from a damaged cochlea to the brain is more poorly specified than information from an intact cochlea and requires more processing in working memory before language content can be decoded. In addition to making sounds audible, current hearing aids include several technologies that are intended to facilitate language understanding for persons with hearing-impairment in challenging listening situations. These include directional microphones, noise reduction… CONTINUE READING

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