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Marshall Chasin explains that while the Speech Intelligibility Index can provide information on the phonemes of a language, one needs to go beyond the phoneme to the word and the sentence as well.
Handbook of Acoustic Accessibility: Best practices for listening, learning, and literacy in the classroom. (2012) edited by Joseph Smaldino and Carol Flexer. Thieme Publishing: New York, ISBN# 978-1-60406-765-1. As the editor of Canadian Audiologist I receive many books that I redirect to my audiology colleagues for a book review. From time to time I find…
Class is in session for this issue’s “Back to Basics as Professor Marshall Chasin tells us about “Linguistics 101 for Hearing Healthcare Professionals.”
Marshall Chasin tells us about “The Final Element.” That one last piece of the puzzle to optimize a hearing aid for music.
In the first part of this unique feature, Marshall Chasin pens an obituary regarding the recent “death” of the CROS Hearing Aid. In the second part of this feature, Dr. Neil Bauman explains, that while Harry Teder patented this concept back in 1964, in actuality, CROS hearing aids had already been in use for 10 years by this time without anyone even realizing it!
Inspired by a trip to the vet, Marshall Chasin explores the question of whether “In-Ear Monitors Need To Be Aimed at the Eardrum.”
Do you ever wonder what the best earphone for listening to music is? Marshall Chasin has the answers.
In this issue’s Back to Basics, our resident audiology (and karate) black belt, Marshall Chasin, gives us a lesson in how to practice “Defensive Audiology.”
Marshall Chasin has all the (audiology) answers on how to evade a bat’s echolocation signal and come up with a survival strategy.
Hearing Aids – From Here to Eternity and Beyond”: An Article Written for the Hard of Hearing Consumer and Their Families
In the past 5 years or so, digital hearing aid technology has caught up and in most cases, surpassed the old analog hearing aid technology. This article discribes some of the things that modern digital hearing aids can do that could not be done (easily) with hearing aids of the past.