Hearing Loss, High-Frequency
"Hearing Loss, High-Frequency" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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Hearing loss in frequencies above 1000 hertz.
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Below are the most recent publications written about "Hearing Loss, High-Frequency" by people in Profiles.
Eckert MA, Teubner-Rhodes S, Vaden KI, Ahlstrom JB, McClaskey CM, Dubno JR. Unique patterns of hearing loss and cognition in older adults' neural responses to cues for speech recognition difficulty. Brain Struct Funct. 2022 Jan; 227(1):203-218.
Isaac MJ, McBroom DH, Nguyen SA, Halstead LA. Prevalence of Hearing Loss in Teachers of Singing and Voice Students. J Voice. 2017 May; 31(3):379.e21-379.e32.
Ahlstrom JB, Horwitz AR, Dubno JR. Spatial separation benefit for unaided and aided listening. Ear Hear. 2014 Jan-Feb; 35(1):72-85.
Eckert MA, Cute SL, Vaden KI, Kuchinsky SE, Dubno JR. Auditory cortex signs of age-related hearing loss. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2012 Oct; 13(5):703-13.
Horwitz AR, Dubno JR, Ahlstrom JB. Recognition of low-pass-filtered consonants in noise with normal and impaired high-frequency hearing. J Acoust Soc Am. 2002 Jan; 111(1 Pt 1):409-16.
Boettcher FA, Poth EA, Mills JH, Dubno JR. The amplitude-modulation following response in young and aged human subjects. Hear Res. 2001 Mar; 153(1-2):32-42.
Dubno JR, Dirks DD, Ellison DE. Stop-consonant recognition for normal-hearing listeners and listeners with high-frequency hearing loss. I: The contribution of selected frequency regions. J Acoust Soc Am. 1989 Jan; 85(1):347-54.
Dubno JR, Dirks DD, Schaefer AB. Stop-consonant recognition for normal-hearing listeners and listeners with high-frequency hearing loss. II: Articulation index predictions. J Acoust Soc Am. 1989 Jan; 85(1):355-64.