AAA 2024: We Can’t Wait to See You!

Don't miss this opportunity to elevate your career and expand your professional network. Come hear from experts and leaders in the field...get innovative ideas and share your experiences. Atlanta awaits and we look forward to seeing you soon.

Earn up to 3.25 CEUs and register through April 16 with advanced rates.

May Is Better Hearing Month

Use the Academy’s resources, press release template, news articles, and more to keep the role of the audiologist and hearing health top of mind.

Students: Apply for a Foundation Scholarship Today!

The AAA Foundation is offering six scholarship opportunities with awards up to $10,000. Apply online by April 30 with our new online universal application.

JFLAC Applications Now Open!

The Jerger Future Leaders of Audiology Conference (September 12-14 in Reston, VA) offers you leadership skills, networking opportunities, and confidence to propel your career forward.

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Latest News

Find current information regarding hearing and balance health care and how the Academy is supporting you.

ADHD in Children in the United States

Audiologists sometimes see patients who also present with a diagnosis of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Reuben and Elgaddal (2024)…

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April 2024 State Legislative Update

In early April, as 19 state legislatures concluded their sessions for the year, a flurry of legislative activity…

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Audiology Today

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ONLINE FEATURE | ACEN: Not Right Here, Right Now | Opinion Editorial (Stmool/Shutterstock.com)

OPINION EDITORIAL | ACEN: Not Right Here, Right Now

To some extent, the Audiology Clinical Education Network is appealing for all involved in the externship process. Even so, it is our opinion that joining ACEN may not be the right decision for all externship sites at this time.

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Do Audiologists React Well to Change?(Gajus/shutterstock.com and Suzanne Chanesman)

Do Audiologists React Well to Change?

A recent study of audiologists indicated that participants perceive audiologists, overall, to be highly resistant to change. A follow-up survey found that audiologists were neither especially resistant nor especially accepting of change, that change resistance is similar across health professions, and that changes in audiology tend to occur slowly over time.

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Sex Hormones and Central Auditory Processing

Sex Hormones and Central Auditory Processing

Given the bottom-up influence of the peripheral auditory system on central auditory processing, a very brief introduction on the sex hormones and the peripheral system is provided, but the majority of the article focuses on the influence of the sex hormones on the central auditory nervous system in terms of what we know, the clinical implications, and future considerations.

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