AT Collections – Hearing Health
of the ear working together to convert sound waves into information the brain understands and interprets as sounds, so it is important for us to understand and take care of our hearing health to avoid permanent damaged.
(prepared by L. Keeta Jones)
PHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF PERCEPTUAL DEFICITS FOLLOWING SENSORINEURAL HEARING LOSS – Michael G.Heinz
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Regeneration of Auditory Hair Cells: A Potential Treatment for Hearing Loss on the Horizon – Rebeca M. Lewis
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Otoacoustic Emissions: Can Laboratory Research Improve Their Clinical Utility? – by Brenda L. Lonsbury-Martin, Barden B. Stagner, and Glen K. Martin
Are research-based otoacoustic emissions clinically useful?