Vol. 30, No. 10 (November/December 2019) of the Journal of the American Academy of Audiology (JAAA) is now available online.
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology
Volume 30, Number 10,
The Effect of Loss of Speech Audibility on a Measure of Cognitive Function
Author: Jacobson, Gary P.
Clinical Practice Guidelines: Cochlear Implants
Authors: Messersmith, Jessica J.; Entwisle, Lavin; Warren, Sarah; Scott, Mike
Effect of Reduced Audibility on Mini-Mental State Examination Scores
Authors: Gaeta, Laura; Azzarello, Jo; Baldwin, Jonathan; Ciro, Carrie A.; Hudson, Mary A.; Johnson, Carole E.; John, Andrew B.
A Qualitative Study of the Effects of Hearing Loss and Hearing Aid Use on Music Perception in Performing Musicians
Authors: Vaisberg, Jonathan M.; Martindale, Ashley T.; Folkeard, Paula; Benedict, Cathy
Adult Children’s Perspectives on Their Role in Their Parent’s Hearing Healthcare Processes
Authors: Heacock, Raquel M.; Montano, Joseph J.; Preminger, Jill E.
Toward An Exploration of Habituating to Tinnitus: Perspectives on Sensory Gating
Authors: Mohebbi, Mehrnaz; Farhadi, Mohammad; Daneshi, Ahmad; Mahmoudian, Saeid
Auditory Brainstem Responses in Children with Auditory Processing Disorder
Authors: Ankmnal-Veeranna, Sangamanatha; Allan, Chris; Allen, Prudence
Intraoperative Electrically Evoked Compound Action Potential (ECAP) Measurements in Traditional and Hearing Preservation Cochlear Implantation
Authors: Nassiri, Ashley M.; Yawn, Robert J.; Gifford, René H.; Haynes, David S.; Roberts, Jillian B.; Gilbane, Max S.; Murfee, Jack; Bennett, Marc L.
Letters to the Editor
A Thought on “Self-Reported Hearing Difficulties”
Author: Peck, James E.
Response to Letter to the Editor from Peck
Authors: Roup, Christina M.; Post, Emily; Lewis, Jessica H.
JAAA CEU Program
JAAA CEU Program : Volume 30, Number 10 (November/December 2019)
Index to Volume 30
Index to Volume 30
What Exactly Are Binaural Beats?
When you present one tone to one ear and a second to the other ear, your brain perceives an additional tone. This is the essence of binaural beats. The concept of two tones creating a third tone should ring familiar with audiologists. However, our clinical use typically is unilateral when assessing distortion product otoacoustic emissions….
Does Your Dog Listen to You?
Dogs have a reputation for being human’s best friend. If you have ever had one as a pet, you know that they can be a loyal companion. Maybe even a trusted confidante? You may have tried training your dog to follow basic commands like “sit” and “stay.” Have you ever noticed though that some…
Who’s Afraid of Snakes?
Research shows that approximately half of the population feel “anxious” about snakes, and a whopping three percent of the population meet the diagnostic criteria for snake phobia (Polak et al., 2016). Is it their skin? Is it that they have no legs and thus slither? Is it the tongue? Is it their ears? Wait—do snakes…