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Frequency Lowering

Frequency Lowering

Noise-Induce Hearing Loss (NIHL) in Birds?

Similar to humans, birds are affected by noise pollution, and the impact of extreme noise on birds should be considered in environmental impact assessments for airports.

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Laurel or Yanni?

Several years ago, the Internet went crazy over the color of a dress due to a visual illusion.  This week, an auditory illusion had many people asking the simple question of whether they heard 

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Frequency-Lowering and Audible Bandwidth: Interview with Ryan W. McCreery, PhD

Beck: Great to catch up with you.

McCreery: Thanks, Doug. Nice to speak with you, too.

Beck: Ryan, if you don't mind, I'd like to get your thoughts as to where we are as a profession, with regard to fitting frequency-lowering technologies. It seems a good place to start that discussion is on the bandwidth research from a few years back?

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Frequency Lowering for Patients with Mild-to-Moderate SNHL?

Alexander, Kopun, and Stelmachowicz (2014) report their results with regard to two frequency lowering protocols: (1) frequency transposition (FT) via the Widex Inteo (source region spanned 4.2 to 7 kHz, target region spanned 2.1 to 3.5 kHz) and (2) non-linear frequency compression (NFC) via the Phonak Naida (source region was spanned 4 to 6 kHz and target region was 4 to 4.7 k Hz).

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Speech-in-Noise, Frequency Lowering, and More: Interview with Joshua M. Alexander, PhD

Douglas L. Beck, AuD, spoke with Dr. Alexander about frequency transposition, frequency compression, and more.

Douglas L. Beck (DLB): Good morning, Josh. It’s great to speak with you. I’ve been reading your publications for a few years and I’m surprised we haven’t met.

Alexander: Hi, Doug. Thanks…good to speak with you, too.

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