Effects of Aging and Adult-Onset Hearing Loss on Cortical Auditory Regions

@article{Cardin2016EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of Aging and Adult-Onset Hearing Loss on Cortical Auditory Regions},
  author={Velia Cardin},
  journal={Frontiers in neuroscience},
  year={2016},
  volume={10},
  pages={199}
}
Hearing loss is a common feature in human aging. It has been argued that dysfunctions in central processing are important contributing factors to hearing loss during older age. Aging also has well documented consequences for neural structure and function, but it is not clear how these effects interact with those that arise as a consequence of hearing loss. This paper reviews the effects of aging and adult-onset hearing loss in the structure and function of cortical auditory regions. The… CONTINUE READING
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