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In the early days of hearing science, audiologists and hearing scientists would develop solutions to problems by applying scientific knowledge and using a trial-and-error approach. Today, we focus on evidence-based practice, however, there are situations that may require creative thinking and problem-solving. Cory Portnuff shares three stories illustrating the benefits of thinking “outside of the box” for our patients.
Songbirds not only complement your early morning walk in the woods, but may provide insight into broader research questions about auditory perception, acoustic features used for discrimination, and the underlying neural mechanisms important for auditory processing.