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Volume 8

Book Review

Of Sound Mind. How Our Brain Constructs a Meaningful Sonic World By Nina Kraus, Ph.D. The MIT Press. Cambridge, Massachusetts | London, England. ISBN 9780262045865 (hardcover). This book has 368 pages, including the index. Reviewed by: Amineh Koravand, PhD Dr. Nina Kraus is the Hugh Knowles Professor at Northwestern University, exploring the neural encoding of…

Volume 7

Music Learning for Hearing Impaired and Deaf Children: Capabilities and Effects

The uOttawa Piano Pedagogy Research Laboratory, in collaboration with researchers from uOttawa Audiology and the ENT and Otolaryngology clinic at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO), has been running a research program to investigate the abilities of cochlear implant (CI) recipients in learning and performing music, and the effects of music learning on their hearing system and well-being.

Auditory Implications in Pediatric Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Where Do We Need to Go?

Symptoms following mild traumatic brain injury in children are generally heterogenous (emotional, physical, behavioural or sensory) and their variety and duration following mTBI may make it very difficult for some children to return to school and/or regular activities and proper diagnosis and management of symptoms and conditions is highly important.