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Comparison of two working memory test paradigms: Correlation with academic performance in school-aged children
(International Journal of School and Cognitive Psychology, 2014)
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between two different working memory task paradigms and academic achievement. Participants were 202 Australian primary-school children who were assessed on the ...
Objective cortical evaluation of infants wearing hearing aids
(American Academy of Audiology, 2014-07)
An opinion on the assessment of people who may have an auditory processing disorder
Abstract We need to rethink how we assess auditory processing disorder (APD). The current use of test batteries, while necessary and well-accepted, is at risk of failing as the size of these batteries increases. To counter ...
Cortical auditory evoked potentials (CAEPs) in adults in response to filtered speech stimuli
(Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 2010)
Previous studies have demonstrated the CAEPs can be reliably elicited in response to speech stimuli in listeners wearing hearing aids. It is unclear, however, how close to the aided behavioral threshold (ie. at what ...
Analysis of alertness status of subjects undergoing the cortical auditory evoked potential hearing test
In this paper, we analyze the EEG rhythms of subjects undergoing the cortical auditory evoked potential (CAEP) hearing test. Investigation of the importance of the different EEG rhythms in terms of their capability in ...
Providing earplugs to young adults at risk encourages protective behaviour in music venues
(Sage Publications, 2014-09)
For some young people, nightclubs and other music venues are a major source of noise exposure arising from a combination of very high noise levels; relatively long attendance duration; and frequent, sustained participation ...
The relationship between cortical auditory evoked potential (CAEP) detection and estimated audibility in infants with sensorineural hearing loss
(International Society of Audiology, 2012)
To determine the effectiveness of objective statistical detection in CAEP testing to evaluate audibility in young infants with a sensorineural hearing loss.
Identification of Conductive Hearing Loss Using Air Conduction Tests Alone: Reliability and Validity of an Automatic Test Battery
(Lippincott Williams & Wilkins., 2014-01)
The primary objective of this study was to determine whether a combination of automatically administered pure-tone audiometry and a tone-in-noise detection task, both delivered via an air conduction (AC) pathway, could ...
A systematic review of electric-acoustic stimulation
(Sage Publications, 2013)
Electric-acoustic stimulation in adults