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Volume 11

The Psychological Dimensions of Hearing Healthcare: Audiology is More Than Just Diagnoses and Devices

Overcoming resistance to wearing hearing aids represents a significant challenge in audiology, stemming from practical concerns about device cost, handling, and aesthetics and deeply rooted in psychological factors.

Volume 9

A Case for Reducing Judgement Noise in Our Bone Conduction Fittings

In this blog article, Alex Gascon and Bill Hodgetts examine how the wide range of verification practices shapes the field of bone-conduction amplification.

A Mentor to Us All

In this special issue, we celebrate one of the greatest humans in our field, Susan Scollie.

Volume 3

Did You Know How Loud Balloons Can Be?

Do you know how loud ballons can be? If you don’t know the answer, this article by Bill Hodgetts and Dylan Scott may surprise you.