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The Perception of Emotional Prosody by Listeners with Hearing Loss and Cochlear Implants, presented in partnership with American Auditory Society
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Presented by Monita Chatterjee, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #31843Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course will discuss recent investigations on the perception and communication of vocal emotion in speech by child and adult listeners with cochlear implants. The effects of development due to age and hearing loss on vocal emotion recognition will be covered. Topics will include voice pitch perception with cochlear implants and with acoustic hearing, acoustic cues for vocal emotions, descriptions of our studies and results, and implications for patients with hearing loss, with or without cochlear implants.

Epigenetics of the Auditory System: Implications for Hearing and Deafness, presented in partnership with American Auditory Society
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Presented by Karen Avraham, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #31568Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course will review genetics and genomics as they relate to hereditary deafness. This course is presented in partnership with the American Auditory Society (AAS).

Longitudinal Outcomes of Children with Mild to Severe Hearing Loss: Auditory Experience Matters, presented in partnership with AAS
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Presented by Mary Pat Moeller, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #30009Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This presentation will describe longitudinal results from the Outcomes of Children with Hearing Loss study, with emphasis on three major factors found to influence children’s auditory-linguistic access and outcomes: 1) audibility of speech with hearing aids, 2) consistency and duration of hearing aid use, and 3) characteristics of caregivers’ language input. Risk and protective factors that influence a range of developmental outcomes in children who are hard of hearing will be described. This course is presented in partnership with American Auditory Society.

Pediatric Balance Disorders: Where We've Been & Where We're Going, presented in partnership with American Auditory Society
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Presented by Devin L. McCaslin, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #29265Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course will provide an evidence-based overview of pediatric balance disorders, including symptoms, objective and subjective assessments, and other practical considerations for audiology clinical practice. This webinar is presented in partnership with American Auditory Society.

Tinnitus Treatment with Acoustic and Electric Stimulation, presented in partnership with American Auditory Society
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Presented by Fan-Gang Zeng, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #28608Level: Advanced1 Hour
This presentation will discuss data on using acoustic and electric stimulation to suppress chronic tinnitus, and will suggest treatment strategies. This course is presented in partnership with American Auditory Society.

Single Sided Deafness and Asymmetric Hearing Loss in Adults and Children, presented in partnership with AAS
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Presented by Susan Arndt
Recorded Webinar
Course: #28484Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Patients with SSD (Single Sided Deafness) can be rehabilitated with conventional CROS or Bi-CROS systems (contralateral routing of signal), bone anchored hearing systems or with a cochlear implant (CI). The indications and results of the different treatments are presented. While the decision for CI surgery in children with acquired SSD is relatively easy due to the good results in adults, CI in children with congenital SSD has been discussed controversially. This course is presented in partnership with American Auditory Society. Note: This course has subtitles (captions). To access captions, click the Menu (three horizontal lines on the player bar) and select "English".

Assessing Auditory Processing Abilities in Blast-Exposed Veterans, presented in partnership with American Auditory Society
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Presented by Frederick (Erick) Gallun, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #26271Level: Advanced1 Hour
Exposure to high-intensity blasts is common among veterans of the recent conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. This presentation will summarize recent work at the National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research examining central auditory processing deficits associated with blast exposure.

Considerations in the Evaluation of Auditory Fitness for Duty in Military Personnel, presented in partnership with American Auditory Society
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Presented by Douglas S. Brungart, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #26341Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Military operations often involve high levels of noise and unique hearing-critical tasks, which can make it difficult for military audiologists to determine whether individuals with hearing loss can safely return to their duty assignments without endangering themselves and their colleagues. This webinar discusses some of the unique challenges of evaluating auditory fitness-for-duty in the military, and describes ongoing efforts to develop validated auditory standards that provide a direct link between clinical measures of auditory acuity and operational performance in military tasks.

Universal Newborn Hearing Screening: The Evolution of a Public Health Revolution, presented in partnership with AAS
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Presented by Christine Yoshinaga-Itano, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #25572Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course will present the impact of universal newborn hearing screening/early hearing detection and intervention programs on the developmental outcomes of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. It will discuss the impact of maternal level of education and parent talk, cognitive ability and additional disabilities, as well as when the primary home language is Spanish on development outcomes of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. This course is presented in partnership with the American Auditory Society (www.amauditorysoc.org)

Putting the 'Neural' Back in Sensorineural: Cochlear Neurodegeneration in Noise and Aging, presented in partnership with American Auditory Society
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Presented by Sharon G. Kujawa, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #24985Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This webinar is presented in partnership with American Auditory Society. Noise-induced hearing loss results when exposure to damaging levels of sound injures delicate inner ear structures and compromises vulnerable inner ear functions. Noise-exposed ears age, and they do so in ways different from unexposed ears. This talk will describe functionally important changes that contribute to noise-induced and age-related hearing loss and will summarize recent work that shows that prior noise continues to change the ways that ears and hearing age, long after the noise has stopped.