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Listening Effort and EEG as Measures of Performance of Modern Hearing Aid Algorithms

Axel Winneke, PhD, Maarten De Vos, PhD, Kirsten C. Wagener, PhD, Peter Derleth, PhD, Matthias Latzel, PhD, Jens Appell, PhD, Frank Wallhoff, PhD

December 10, 2018

The objective of the course is to learn about the usage of EEG as a tool to evaluate hearing aids and their effect on listening effort. This course focuses on a function developed to improve speech pe...   Read More

  


Spatial Noise Processing in Hearing Aids Modulates Neural Markers Linked to Listening Effort: An EEG Study

Axel Winneke, PhD, Michael Schulte, PhD, Matthias Vormann, PhD, Matthias Latzel, PhD

October 17, 2018

The objective of the course is to learn about the usage of EEG as a tool to assess changes in listening effort by comparing different spatial noise processing algorithms.   Read More

 


Evoked Potentials Part 1: Good Practice and Auditory Brainstem Response

Kathleen Hill

October 1, 2018

This course describes Auditory Brainstem Response testing. Test parameters, waveform identification and diagnostic techniques are reviewed.   Read More

  


Update on Auditory Evoked Responses: Evidence-Based ABR Protocol for Infant Hearing Assessment

James W. Hall III, PhD

January 24, 2017

Learning Outcomes Introduction Dr. Jay Hall: Today’s course will focus on an evidence-based protocol for infant hearing assessment that has evolved over the past 45 years. This webinar is part...   Read More

  


Update on Auditory Evoked Responses: Value of Chirp Stimuli in ABR/ASSR Measurement

James W. Hall III, PhD

June 27, 2016

When I first heard about chirps many years ago, none of the clinical ABR systems had chirps as stimuli. As time went on, some of the manufacturers began to introduce chirps. As with any other new deve...   Read More

 


20Q: ABR Assessment in Infants - Getting it Right When it Matters the Most

Jace Wolfe, PhD, CCC-A

November 17, 2014

Dr. Jace Wolfe discusses procedural considerations for audiologists conducting ABR assessment of infant hearing, in an engaging Q & A style article.   Read More

  


20Q: ABR Assessment in Infants - Protocols and Standards

Jace Wolfe, PhD, CCC-A

October 13, 2014

In the early 1970s most all clinical audiologists were pretty excited about this new testing procedure that had been developed—it was called the auditory brainstem response, or ABR (or BSER back the...   Read More

  


20Q: Using Auditory Event-Related Potentials for a Better Understanding of Word Recognition

James Jerger, PhD

June 2, 2014

1. We’re here to talk about some of your recent research, but do you mind if I first ask a few personal questions?No problem. Ask away. 2. I know you did your audiology training at Northweste...   Read More

  


Cortical Response Applications for Audiometric and Audibility Assessment

Samuel R. Atcherson, PhD

November 25, 2013

Editor’s Note: This is an edited transcript of a live webinar on AudiologyOnline. Download supplemental course materials.Sam Atcherson: Last week in our electrophysiology series, we talked abo...   Read More


Clinical Applications of Electrocochleography in Audiology Today

James W. Hall III, PhD

October 28, 2013

We will start today with a historical overview of electrocochleography (ECochG). We will quickly review of the generators of ECochG. That will lead into a discussion of a clinical test protocol for E...   Read More

 


Application of ABR in Objective Assessment of Infant Hearing

James W. Hall III, PhD

September 23, 2013

Today’s lecture, Application of ABR and Objective Assessment of Infant Hearing, is an important one. There are three more lectures in this series. In lecture two, I will talk about electrococh...   Read More

  


FAQs on AERs

James W. Hall III, PhD, Samuel R. Atcherson, PhD

August 12, 2013

IntroductionIn June 2013, AudiologyOnline held a series of webinars entitled, Update on Auditory Electrophysiology – Evidence-Based Clinical Applications. The webinars were organized by Dr. Jam...   Read More

  


ICS Impulse – Revolutionizing Vestibular Assessment

Wendy Crumley-Welsh, MS, CCC-A

July 22, 2013

Editor’s Note: This text course is an edited transcript of a live seminar. Download supplemental course materials.Thank you for joining us for this course featuring head impulse testing from Ot...   Read More

 


Electrocochleography, MLR, P300 and Cortical Responses, Evoked Auditory Potentials Part 2

Wendy Crumley

August 8, 2011

This article is a transcript of the live e-Seminar. To view the course recording, please register here. Hello, everyone. My name is Wendy Crumley-Welsh. I am the product manager for the ICS product li...   Read More


Good Practices in Auditory Brainstem Response, Part 1

Wendy Crumley

June 13, 2011

This article is a transcript of the live e-Seminar. To view the course recording, please register here. In general terms, evoked potentials are electrical signals generated by the nervous system in re...   Read More


Fundamentals of Clinical ECAP Measures in Cochlear Implants: Part 1: Use of the ECAP in Speech Processor Programming (2nd Ed.)

Michelle L. Hughes, PhD, CCC-A

November 8, 2010

Telemetry capabilities became commercially available in 1998 to measure the electrically evoked compound action potential (ECAP) from the auditory nerve in cochlear implant (CI) recipients. An initial...   Read More

 


Fitting Hearing Aids to Babies: Three Things You Should Know - 2010 Update

Susan Scollie, PhD, Marlene Bagatto, AuD

October 11, 2010

Today's pediatric audiologist has a goal to identify infants with hearing loss by 3 months, and initiate intervention by 6 months (Joint Committee on Infant Hearing [JCIH], 2007). In many cases, we ar...   Read More

  


The N1-P2 Cortical Auditory Evoked Potential in Threshold Estimation

Guy Lightfoot, PhD

August 23, 2010

The N1-P2 complex was the first cortical auditory evoked potential (CAEP) to attract substantial research interest, initially in the mid-1960s using analog computers and later in the 1970s when digita...   Read More

 


Neurophysiological and Behavioral Processing of Small Frequency Changes in 8-11 Year-Old Children

Christine Rota-Donahue, MS, CCC-A/SLP

July 12, 2010

Adequate perception of the physical aspects of sounds is essential for human oral communication; when a listener cannot perceive the auditory input because of either a hearing loss or another audit...   Read More

   


Learning the Art to Apply the Science: Common Questions Related to Pediatric Hearing Instrument Fitting

Marlene Bagatto, AuD, Sheila T. Moodie, PhD, MCISc

October 8, 2007

Pediatric audiologists rely on evidence-based procedures when fitting hearing aids to their young patients. Although the science is concrete and clinically feasible, there are some practical topics of...   Read More

    


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