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Wouldn’t it be nice if there were just one book, filled with charts, graphs, tables, and figures that would serve as single source for professors, researchers, clinicians and even students—The Audiologists’ Desk Reference or ADR was born.
Scollie and Bagatto explore the difficulties in making recommendations for noise management for children who use hearing aids.
Dave has had the distinct pleasure of working on many research projects with Dr. Mike Valente over the years and his experience in collaborating over nearly 25 years’ time has been that Mike is unswervingly deadline-driven, clinically relevant, evidence-based, incredibly efficient, and radically candid.
Although hearing aid technology has improved dramatically, some problems persist and hard to predict leading to poor hearing aid acceptance. Samira Anderson’s hypothesis is that the lack of hearing aid acceptance may be due in part to age- and hearing-related changes in the central processing of sound in the auditory nerve, brainstem, or cortex that affect the neural representation of the speech signal.