Vocal emotion recognition in children with cochlear implants and with hearing aids

Vocal emotion recognition in children with hearing aids and children with cochlear implants improves across childhood and adolescence, albeit at a seemingly slower pace compared to children with normal hearing.

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AUDITO: A Web-based Listening Test System for Auditory Research with Cochlear Implant Recipients

A web-based test system has been developed and validated to facilitate data collection and collaboration for cochlear implant research.

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That Looks Noisy: Creating an accessible self-report hearing questionnaire

We describe the development and validation of a language-independent ‘Image-based questionnaire’ (IBQ) for assessing hearing in which written descriptions of listening situations are replaced with images (photographs).

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Co-designing a hearing loss screening app with individuals with dementia

We co-designed a tablet-based hearing screening tool with individuals living with dementia using the PERsona-CEntred Participatory Technology (PERCEPT) approach, which effectively engaged individuals with dementia in its design and demonstrated the practical benefits of using personas in creating accessible audiological solutions.

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Hearing aid evaluation for music: Accounting for acoustical variability within and between music genres

This presentation will explore the between and within music genre variability on acoustical descriptors and its application to hearing aid evaluation.

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Music Pre-Processing Strategies to Enhance Cochlear Implant Users’ Enjoyment of Recorded Music

This project investigates music pre-processing and mixing strategies used by audio engineers in the collaborative creation of bespoke music mixes for individual cochlear implant users.

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Surveillance for ototoxicity in platinum-based chemotherapy using mobile health audiometry with extended high frequencies

This longitudinal study demonstrated the effectiveness of mobile health-enabled audiometry for monitoring ototoxicity in chemotherapy patients, revealing significant threshold shifts predominantly in high frequencies and indicating the potential for improved surveillance within treatment venues.

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