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Probe-Signal Investigation of an Attentional Filter for Fundamental Frequency
(University of Canterbury. Department of Communication Disorders, 2014)
When listeners are detecting tones of a given frequency in noise, they operate with a narrowband attentional filter which is tuned to the frequency of the attended tone. This means that tones with frequencies which match ...
Cisplatin-induced ototoxicity: the current state of ototoxicity monitoring in New Zealand.
(University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2011)
Background: Many well-known pharmacologic agents have been shown to have toxic effects to the cochleo-vestibular system. Examples of such ototoxic agents include cisplatin and aminoglycoside antibiotics. Ototoxicity ...
Diagnosis of Auditory Processing Disorder in Children using an Adaptive Filtered Speech Test
(University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2010)
Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) is an auditory-specific perceptual deficit in the processing of auditory stimuli that occurs in spite of normal peripheral hearing thresholds and normal intellectual capacity American ...
Formative feedback in a virtual patient simulator for clinical audiology training
(University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2013)
The aim of this study was to examine the effectiveness of different types of feedback on learning pure-tone audiometry using a simulator. Participants were 51 undergraduate students in the Department of Communication ...
Delayed hearing loss following vestibular schwannoma surgery: Behavioural and electrophysiological responses in the early postoperative period
(University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2008)
Some patients suffer hearing loss in the early postoperative period following vestibular schwannoma (VS) excision despite having intact hearing immediately after surgery. As this phenomenon has rarely been documented or ...