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Interaural Timing Differences (ITDs)

Interaural Timing Differences (ITDs)

Change the Game, Change the Focus

Beck (2015) notes that hearing care professionals (HCPs) should consider a philosophical change from simply correcting hearing loss to maximal hearing and listening. He reports that hearing is the perception of sound, whereas listening is applying meaning to sound. Beck advocates that for the brain to listen maximally, technology must preserve the natural acoustic information the brain needs to make sense of sound.

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Temporal Processing Deficits

Helfer and Vargo (2009) noted that, "It is tantalizing to consider that temporal processing may be an underlying cause of problems understanding speech in competing speech." More recently, Fullgrabe et al (2015) investigated the impact of aging with regard to the ability of people with normal audiograms to understand speech, and they sought to determine the impact of cognition and auditory temporal processing on speech understanding.

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Cochlear Implants, Normal Hearing, and Single-Sided Deafness

Many reports in the literature have demonstrated that cochlear implants are a reasonable, successful, and viable option for people with severe-to-profound unilateral hearing loss (Arndt et al 2011; Baguley, 2010; Buechner et al 2010; Popelka et al 2010; Van Zon et al 2015; Van De Heyning et al 2008).

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Comparing CROS Hearing Aids and Bone-Anchored Hearing Devices

Finbow et al (2015) evaluated 8 adults with single-sided deafness (SSD) with regard to contralateral routing of signal (CROS) and bone-anchored hearing devices (BHADs). The authors report CROS and BAHDs are the two main interventions used to treat SSD, although they also report cochlear implants (CIs) have also been used to treat SSD.

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