The Desired Sensation Level multistage input/output algorithm.

@article{Scollie2005TheDS,
  title={The Desired Sensation Level multistage input/output algorithm.},
  author={Susan Scollie and Richard C. Seewald and Leonard Cornelisse and Sheila T F Moodie and Marlene P. Bagatto and Diana M. Laurnagaray and Steve Beaulac and John Pumford},
  journal={Trends in amplification},
  year={2005},
  volume={9 4},
  pages={
          159-97
        }
}
The Desired Sensation Level (DSL) Method was revised to support hearing instrument fitting for infants, young children, and adults who use modern hearing instrument technologies, including multichannel compression, expansion, and multimemory capability. The aims of this revision are to maintain aspects of the previous versions of the DSL Method that have been supported by research, while extending the method to account for adult-child differences in preference and listening requirements. The… CONTINUE READING

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