Pilot study to evaluate ecological momentary assessment of tinnitus.

@article{Henry2012PilotST,
  title={Pilot study to evaluate ecological momentary assessment of tinnitus.},
  author={James A. Henry and Gino Galvez and Mitchel B Turbin and Emily J. Thielman and Garnett McMillan and Joseph A. Istvan},
  journal={Ear and hearing},
  year={2012},
  volume={33 2},
  pages={179-290}
}
OBJECTIVES Because audiometric evaluation, symptom histories, questionnaires, and similar standard assessment tools may not adequately sample the effects of chronic tinnitus on day-to-day activities, there is a need for alternative methodological approaches to study the impact of tinnitus on day-to-day life. An innovative methodological approach that has shown great promise in the study of chronic health problems characterized by reported temporal and/or situational variability in symptoms and… CONTINUE READING
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