All Stories

  1. Targeted Re-Instruction for Hearing Aid Use and Care Skills
  2. Use of a Mild-Gain Hearing Aid by Middle-Age Normal-Hearing Adults Who Do and Do Not Self-Report Trouble Hearing in Background Noise
  3. The Effect of Memory Span and Manual Dexterity on Hearing Aid Handling Skills in New and Experienced Hearing Aid Users
  4. Motivation to Address Self-Reported Hearing Problems in Adults With Normal Hearing Thresholds
  5. Changes in Psychosocial Measures After a 6-Week Field Trial
  6. The effect of presentation level on spectral weights for sentences
  7. The benefit of amplification on auditory working memory function in middle-aged and young-older hearing impaired adults
  8. The NTID speech recognition test: NSRT®
  9. Guest Editorial
  10. The Effect of Hearing Aid Noise Reduction on Listening Effort in Hearing-Impaired Adults
  11. Age-Related Changes in Listening Effort for Various Types of Masker Noises
  12. The Practical Hearing Aids Skills Test—Revised
  13. Camptocormia: don’t forget muscle disease in the movement disorder clinic
  14. Spectral weighting strategies for hearing-impaired listeners measured using a correlational method
  15. Perception of Temporally Processed Speech by Listeners with Hearing Impairment
  16. Spectral weighting strategies for sentences measured by a correlational method
  17. Determination of the Potential Benefit of Time-Frequency Gain Manipulation
  18. Correction of the Peripheral Spatiotemporal Response Pattern: A Potential New Signal-Processing Strategy
  19. A hearing‐aid signal‐processing scheme based on the temporal aspects of compression
  20. Level discrimination of single tones in a multitone complex by normal-hearing and hearing-impaired listeners
  21. Use of a correlational method to estimate a listener’s weighting function for speech
  22. Psychometric functions for the discrimination of spectral variance
  23. Spectral weights for overall level discrimination in listeners with sensorineural hearing loss
  24. Efficiency of selective listening by normal‐hearing and hearing‐impaired listeners
  25. The role of component‐relative entropy in the discrimination of simultaneous tone complexes
  26. Efficiency of analytic versus synthetic listening in spectral pattern discrimination