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Volume 10

Mysteries of the Hearing Brain: Auditory Training May Partially Restore Temporal Processing

A common complaint among older listeners is that others speak too fast. As we know, raising the volume of our voices distorts speech and often leads to the complaint that we are talking too loudly. Hearing aids improve audibility but do not resolve the problems that older listeners experience

Volume 6

Mysteries of the Hearing Brain

Samira Anderson looks at auditory training and neuroplasticity.

Volume 4

Exercising Your Brain Can include a Hop, Skip, and a Jump

What is old is new again. It seems as if the topic of auditory training is continuously “hot.” Kelly Tremblay explores it’s recent surge in popularity.

Volume 3

Research to Reality Training the Brain: Hearing Aids and ReadMyQuips

Arpana Rao writes about how audiologists have the unique opportunity to help the growing numbers of aging individuals with hearing loss maintain their quality of life through appropriate rehabilitation strategies.

Volume 2

Maximizing Auditory Training Effectiveness – A Clinical Perspective

Via our friends as, Carol Lau tells us how we can maximize auditory training effectiveness.

Volume 1

Adults and CAPD

Kim Tillery is often asked if she evaluates adults with CAPD. The next question is what can be done to assist the adult and why was an evaluation for CAPD provided?

Use it or Lose it: Hearing Abilities are Preserved in Older Musicians

Guest columnists Claude Alain and Benjamin Rich Zendel review studies that have investigated the role of musical training as a mean to mitigate age-related decline in difficulties understanding speech in noise.