Hearing aid usage in different listening environments (2006)
AuthorsEddie, S., Lin, E.show all
This study investigates the daily listening environments of hearing aid users through their hearing aid data logging capacity. Based on a preliminary investigation of data logging information from 72 hearing aid adult users, including 64 males and 8 females, it was found that the majority of the hearing aid user’s time in their main listening program was spent, on average, in “Speech in Quiet” situation (44.34%), followed in order by “Quiet Only” (29.33%), “Noise only” (15.16%), and “Speech in Noise” (11.06%) situations. This finding provides information regarding the general listening pattern of hearing aid users and thus serves as the basis for clinicians to identify unusual individual patterns for better follow-up services.
CitationEddie, S., Lin, E. (2006) Hearing aid usage in different listening environments. Miami, FL, USA: American Speech-Language and Hearing Association's (ASHA) Annual Convention: Building Bridges Through Communication, 16-18 Nov 2006.
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