Does sound stimulation have additive effects on cognitive-behavioral treatment of chronic tinnitus?

@article{Hiller2005DoesSS,
  title={Does sound stimulation have additive effects on cognitive-behavioral treatment of chronic tinnitus?},
  author={Wolfgang Hiller and Christian Haerk{\"o}tter},
  journal={Behaviour research and therapy},
  year={2005},
  volume={43 5},
  pages={
          595-612
        }
}
Psychological and physiological habituation are major goals in the treatment of patients suffering from chronic tinnitus. This study evaluates whether sound stimulation provided by use of low level white noise generators (NG) enhances the effects of cognitive-behavioral treatment (CBT). 124 outpatients with tinnitus of >6 months received manualized group treatment and were randomly assigned to the NG/no NG conditions. Those with moderate tinnitus-related distress obtained four sessions focusing… CONTINUE READING

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