Sex-Specific Prevalence, Demographic Characteristics, and Risk Factors of Tinnitus in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos
CONCLUSIONS: Prevalence of any and chronic tinnitus in the HCHS/SOL baseline cohort is higher than that reported in previous studies, particularly among female individuals. Understanding risk factors associated with tinnitus is important for the development of culturally and linguistically appropriate public health programs that consider sex differences and promote lifestyle modifications known to lower the odds of experiencing tinnitus.PMID:34990560 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00138 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - January 6, 2022 Category: Audiology Authors: Michelle L Arnold Sumitrajit Dhar David J Lee Krista M Perreira Daniel Pupo Athanasios Tsalatsanis Victoria A Sanchez Source Type: research

Sex-Specific Prevalence, Demographic Characteristics, and Risk Factors of Tinnitus in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos
CONCLUSIONS: Prevalence of any and chronic tinnitus in the HCHS/SOL baseline cohort is higher than that reported in previous studies, particularly among female individuals. Understanding risk factors associated with tinnitus is important for the development of culturally and linguistically appropriate public health programs that consider sex differences and promote lifestyle modifications known to lower the odds of experiencing tinnitus.PMID:34990560 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00138 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - January 6, 2022 Category: Audiology Authors: Michelle L Arnold Sumitrajit Dhar David J Lee Krista M Perreira Daniel Pupo Athanasios Tsalatsanis Victoria A Sanchez Source Type: research

Sex-Specific Prevalence, Demographic Characteristics, and Risk Factors of Tinnitus in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos
CONCLUSIONS: Prevalence of any and chronic tinnitus in the HCHS/SOL baseline cohort is higher than that reported in previous studies, particularly among female individuals. Understanding risk factors associated with tinnitus is important for the development of culturally and linguistically appropriate public health programs that consider sex differences and promote lifestyle modifications known to lower the odds of experiencing tinnitus.PMID:34990560 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00138 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - January 6, 2022 Category: Audiology Authors: Michelle L Arnold Sumitrajit Dhar David J Lee Krista M Perreira Daniel Pupo Athanasios Tsalatsanis Victoria A Sanchez Source Type: research

Sex-Specific Prevalence, Demographic Characteristics, and Risk Factors of Tinnitus in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos
CONCLUSIONS: Prevalence of any and chronic tinnitus in the HCHS/SOL baseline cohort is higher than that reported in previous studies, particularly among female individuals. Understanding risk factors associated with tinnitus is important for the development of culturally and linguistically appropriate public health programs that consider sex differences and promote lifestyle modifications known to lower the odds of experiencing tinnitus.PMID:34990560 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00138 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - January 6, 2022 Category: Audiology Authors: Michelle L Arnold Sumitrajit Dhar David J Lee Krista M Perreira Daniel Pupo Athanasios Tsalatsanis Victoria A Sanchez Source Type: research

Sex-Specific Prevalence, Demographic Characteristics, and Risk Factors of Tinnitus in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos
CONCLUSIONS: Prevalence of any and chronic tinnitus in the HCHS/SOL baseline cohort is higher than that reported in previous studies, particularly among female individuals. Understanding risk factors associated with tinnitus is important for the development of culturally and linguistically appropriate public health programs that consider sex differences and promote lifestyle modifications known to lower the odds of experiencing tinnitus.PMID:34990560 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00138 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - January 6, 2022 Category: Audiology Authors: Michelle L Arnold Sumitrajit Dhar David J Lee Krista M Perreira Daniel Pupo Athanasios Tsalatsanis Victoria A Sanchez Source Type: research

Sex-Specific Prevalence, Demographic Characteristics, and Risk Factors of Tinnitus in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos
CONCLUSIONS: Prevalence of any and chronic tinnitus in the HCHS/SOL baseline cohort is higher than that reported in previous studies, particularly among female individuals. Understanding risk factors associated with tinnitus is important for the development of culturally and linguistically appropriate public health programs that consider sex differences and promote lifestyle modifications known to lower the odds of experiencing tinnitus.PMID:34990560 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00138 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - January 6, 2022 Category: Audiology Authors: Michelle L Arnold Sumitrajit Dhar David J Lee Krista M Perreira Daniel Pupo Athanasios Tsalatsanis Victoria A Sanchez Source Type: research

Sex-Specific Prevalence, Demographic Characteristics, and Risk Factors of Tinnitus in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos
CONCLUSIONS: Prevalence of any and chronic tinnitus in the HCHS/SOL baseline cohort is higher than that reported in previous studies, particularly among female individuals. Understanding risk factors associated with tinnitus is important for the development of culturally and linguistically appropriate public health programs that consider sex differences and promote lifestyle modifications known to lower the odds of experiencing tinnitus.PMID:34990560 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00138 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - January 6, 2022 Category: Audiology Authors: Michelle L Arnold Sumitrajit Dhar David J Lee Krista M Perreira Daniel Pupo Athanasios Tsalatsanis Victoria A Sanchez Source Type: research

During Lipreading Training With Sentence Stimuli, Feedback Controls Learning and Generalization to Audiovisual Speech in Noise
CONCLUSIONS: Consonant feedback during training with sentences stimuli significantly increased perceptual learning. The training generalized to untrained VO, AO, and AV sentence stimuli. Lipreading training has potential to significantly improve adults' face-to-face communication in noisy settings in which the talker can be seen.PMID:34965362 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00034 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 29, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Lynne E Bernstein Edward T Auer Silvio P Eberhardt Source Type: research

Adapting Audiology Procedures During the Pandemic: Validity and Efficacy of Testing Outside a Sound Booth
Am J Audiol. 2021 Dec 29:1-10. doi: 10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00108. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTPURPOSE: This investigation aims to provide outcomes from a clinical perspective on the validity and efficacy of a wireless automated audiometer system that could be used in multiple settings when a sound booth is not accessible. Testing was conducted in a clinical setting under modified protocols meeting safety precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic.METHOD: Four doctoral students in audiology served as examiners. Participants were 69 adults between the ages of 20 and 69 years, with normal hearing (≤ 25 dB HL; n = 110 ears) or...
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 29, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Yula C Serpanos Melissa Hobbs Karina Nunez Lucia Gambino Jasmin Butler Source Type: research

During Lipreading Training With Sentence Stimuli, Feedback Controls Learning and Generalization to Audiovisual Speech in Noise
CONCLUSIONS: Consonant feedback during training with sentences stimuli significantly increased perceptual learning. The training generalized to untrained VO, AO, and AV sentence stimuli. Lipreading training has potential to significantly improve adults' face-to-face communication in noisy settings in which the talker can be seen.PMID:34965362 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00034 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 29, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Lynne E Bernstein Edward T Auer Silvio P Eberhardt Source Type: research

Adapting Audiology Procedures During the Pandemic: Validity and Efficacy of Testing Outside a Sound Booth
Am J Audiol. 2021 Dec 29:1-10. doi: 10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00108. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTPURPOSE: This investigation aims to provide outcomes from a clinical perspective on the validity and efficacy of a wireless automated audiometer system that could be used in multiple settings when a sound booth is not accessible. Testing was conducted in a clinical setting under modified protocols meeting safety precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic.METHOD: Four doctoral students in audiology served as examiners. Participants were 69 adults between the ages of 20 and 69 years, with normal hearing (≤ 25 dB HL; n = 110 ears) or...
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 29, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Yula C Serpanos Melissa Hobbs Karina Nunez Lucia Gambino Jasmin Butler Source Type: research

During Lipreading Training With Sentence Stimuli, Feedback Controls Learning and Generalization to Audiovisual Speech in Noise
CONCLUSIONS: Consonant feedback during training with sentences stimuli significantly increased perceptual learning. The training generalized to untrained VO, AO, and AV sentence stimuli. Lipreading training has potential to significantly improve adults' face-to-face communication in noisy settings in which the talker can be seen.PMID:34965362 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00034 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 29, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Lynne E Bernstein Edward T Auer Silvio P Eberhardt Source Type: research

Adapting Audiology Procedures During the Pandemic: Validity and Efficacy of Testing Outside a Sound Booth
Am J Audiol. 2021 Dec 29:1-10. doi: 10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00108. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTPURPOSE: This investigation aims to provide outcomes from a clinical perspective on the validity and efficacy of a wireless automated audiometer system that could be used in multiple settings when a sound booth is not accessible. Testing was conducted in a clinical setting under modified protocols meeting safety precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic.METHOD: Four doctoral students in audiology served as examiners. Participants were 69 adults between the ages of 20 and 69 years, with normal hearing (≤ 25 dB HL; n = 110 ears) or...
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 29, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Yula C Serpanos Melissa Hobbs Karina Nunez Lucia Gambino Jasmin Butler Source Type: research

During Lipreading Training With Sentence Stimuli, Feedback Controls Learning and Generalization to Audiovisual Speech in Noise
CONCLUSIONS: Consonant feedback during training with sentences stimuli significantly increased perceptual learning. The training generalized to untrained VO, AO, and AV sentence stimuli. Lipreading training has potential to significantly improve adults' face-to-face communication in noisy settings in which the talker can be seen.PMID:34965362 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00034 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 29, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Lynne E Bernstein Edward T Auer Silvio P Eberhardt Source Type: research

Adapting Audiology Procedures During the Pandemic: Validity and Efficacy of Testing Outside a Sound Booth
Am J Audiol. 2021 Dec 29:1-10. doi: 10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00108. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTPURPOSE: This investigation aims to provide outcomes from a clinical perspective on the validity and efficacy of a wireless automated audiometer system that could be used in multiple settings when a sound booth is not accessible. Testing was conducted in a clinical setting under modified protocols meeting safety precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic.METHOD: Four doctoral students in audiology served as examiners. Participants were 69 adults between the ages of 20 and 69 years, with normal hearing (≤ 25 dB HL; n = 110 ears) or...
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 29, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Yula C Serpanos Melissa Hobbs Karina Nunez Lucia Gambino Jasmin Butler Source Type: research

During Lipreading Training With Sentence Stimuli, Feedback Controls Learning and Generalization to Audiovisual Speech in Noise
CONCLUSIONS: Consonant feedback during training with sentences stimuli significantly increased perceptual learning. The training generalized to untrained VO, AO, and AV sentence stimuli. Lipreading training has potential to significantly improve adults' face-to-face communication in noisy settings in which the talker can be seen.PMID:34965362 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00034 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 29, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Lynne E Bernstein Edward T Auer Silvio P Eberhardt Source Type: research

Adapting Audiology Procedures During the Pandemic: Validity and Efficacy of Testing Outside a Sound Booth
Am J Audiol. 2021 Dec 29:1-10. doi: 10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00108. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTPURPOSE: This investigation aims to provide outcomes from a clinical perspective on the validity and efficacy of a wireless automated audiometer system that could be used in multiple settings when a sound booth is not accessible. Testing was conducted in a clinical setting under modified protocols meeting safety precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic.METHOD: Four doctoral students in audiology served as examiners. Participants were 69 adults between the ages of 20 and 69 years, with normal hearing (≤ 25 dB HL; n = 110 ears) or...
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 29, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Yula C Serpanos Melissa Hobbs Karina Nunez Lucia Gambino Jasmin Butler Source Type: research

Online Simulation Education for Audiometry Training
CONCLUSIONS: The new simulation program is designed for use as a clinical training tool enabling undergraduate and graduate students to actively participate in hearing screening testing and pure-tone audiometry using any web browser. The program is also designed with the intent to improve pedagogical outcomes at the undergraduate and graduate level for communication sciences and disorders education for pure-tone audiometry by providing instructors with content that focuses on the diversity that is represented in the demographics of the United States.PMID:34958736 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00121 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 27, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Lauren Calandruccio Daniel Weidman Source Type: research

Online Simulation Education for Audiometry Training
CONCLUSIONS: The new simulation program is designed for use as a clinical training tool enabling undergraduate and graduate students to actively participate in hearing screening testing and pure-tone audiometry using any web browser. The program is also designed with the intent to improve pedagogical outcomes at the undergraduate and graduate level for communication sciences and disorders education for pure-tone audiometry by providing instructors with content that focuses on the diversity that is represented in the demographics of the United States.PMID:34958736 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00121 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 27, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Lauren Calandruccio Daniel Weidman Source Type: research

Does Illness Behavior Contribute to the Understanding of Self-Efficacy and Quality of Life Among People With Hearing Loss? A Test of Concept
CONCLUSIONS: Attempts to replicate these findings longitudinally and with larger and more diverse samples (e.g., congenital or illness-derived hearing loss) are encouraged. A more objective assessment of hearing loss may also reduce the potential for spurious associations that may arise from the use of self-reported data. Nevertheless, the analytical results provide encouragement for the continued consideration of IB in the evaluation of the well-being of individuals with hearing loss. It is proposed that IB could be a useful supplement to the study of motivation among this cohort, such as an addition to the commonly used ...
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 14, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Kirsty N Prior Verity E Bond Malcolm J Bond Source Type: research

Does Illness Behavior Contribute to the Understanding of Self-Efficacy and Quality of Life Among People With Hearing Loss? A Test of Concept
CONCLUSIONS: Attempts to replicate these findings longitudinally and with larger and more diverse samples (e.g., congenital or illness-derived hearing loss) are encouraged. A more objective assessment of hearing loss may also reduce the potential for spurious associations that may arise from the use of self-reported data. Nevertheless, the analytical results provide encouragement for the continued consideration of IB in the evaluation of the well-being of individuals with hearing loss. It is proposed that IB could be a useful supplement to the study of motivation among this cohort, such as an addition to the commonly used ...
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 14, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Kirsty N Prior Verity E Bond Malcolm J Bond Source Type: research

Does Illness Behavior Contribute to the Understanding of Self-Efficacy and Quality of Life Among People With Hearing Loss? A Test of Concept
CONCLUSIONS: Attempts to replicate these findings longitudinally and with larger and more diverse samples (e.g., congenital or illness-derived hearing loss) are encouraged. A more objective assessment of hearing loss may also reduce the potential for spurious associations that may arise from the use of self-reported data. Nevertheless, the analytical results provide encouragement for the continued consideration of IB in the evaluation of the well-being of individuals with hearing loss. It is proposed that IB could be a useful supplement to the study of motivation among this cohort, such as an addition to the commonly used ...
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 14, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Kirsty N Prior Verity E Bond Malcolm J Bond Source Type: research

Does Illness Behavior Contribute to the Understanding of Self-Efficacy and Quality of Life Among People With Hearing Loss? A Test of Concept
CONCLUSIONS: Attempts to replicate these findings longitudinally and with larger and more diverse samples (e.g., congenital or illness-derived hearing loss) are encouraged. A more objective assessment of hearing loss may also reduce the potential for spurious associations that may arise from the use of self-reported data. Nevertheless, the analytical results provide encouragement for the continued consideration of IB in the evaluation of the well-being of individuals with hearing loss. It is proposed that IB could be a useful supplement to the study of motivation among this cohort, such as an addition to the commonly used ...
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 14, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Kirsty N Prior Verity E Bond Malcolm J Bond Source Type: research

Does Illness Behavior Contribute to the Understanding of Self-Efficacy and Quality of Life Among People With Hearing Loss? A Test of Concept
CONCLUSIONS: Attempts to replicate these findings longitudinally and with larger and more diverse samples (e.g., congenital or illness-derived hearing loss) are encouraged. A more objective assessment of hearing loss may also reduce the potential for spurious associations that may arise from the use of self-reported data. Nevertheless, the analytical results provide encouragement for the continued consideration of IB in the evaluation of the well-being of individuals with hearing loss. It is proposed that IB could be a useful supplement to the study of motivation among this cohort, such as an addition to the commonly used ...
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 14, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Kirsty N Prior Verity E Bond Malcolm J Bond Source Type: research

Does Illness Behavior Contribute to the Understanding of Self-Efficacy and Quality of Life Among People With Hearing Loss? A Test of Concept
CONCLUSIONS: Attempts to replicate these findings longitudinally and with larger and more diverse samples (e.g., congenital or illness-derived hearing loss) are encouraged. A more objective assessment of hearing loss may also reduce the potential for spurious associations that may arise from the use of self-reported data. Nevertheless, the analytical results provide encouragement for the continued consideration of IB in the evaluation of the well-being of individuals with hearing loss. It is proposed that IB could be a useful supplement to the study of motivation among this cohort, such as an addition to the commonly used ...
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 14, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Kirsty N Prior Verity E Bond Malcolm J Bond Source Type: research

Does Illness Behavior Contribute to the Understanding of Self-Efficacy and Quality of Life Among People With Hearing Loss? A Test of Concept
CONCLUSIONS: Attempts to replicate these findings longitudinally and with larger and more diverse samples (e.g., congenital or illness-derived hearing loss) are encouraged. A more objective assessment of hearing loss may also reduce the potential for spurious associations that may arise from the use of self-reported data. Nevertheless, the analytical results provide encouragement for the continued consideration of IB in the evaluation of the well-being of individuals with hearing loss. It is proposed that IB could be a useful supplement to the study of motivation among this cohort, such as an addition to the commonly used ...
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 14, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Kirsty N Prior Verity E Bond Malcolm J Bond Source Type: research

Does Illness Behavior Contribute to the Understanding of Self-Efficacy and Quality of Life Among People With Hearing Loss? A Test of Concept
CONCLUSIONS: Attempts to replicate these findings longitudinally and with larger and more diverse samples (e.g., congenital or illness-derived hearing loss) are encouraged. A more objective assessment of hearing loss may also reduce the potential for spurious associations that may arise from the use of self-reported data. Nevertheless, the analytical results provide encouragement for the continued consideration of IB in the evaluation of the well-being of individuals with hearing loss. It is proposed that IB could be a useful supplement to the study of motivation among this cohort, such as an addition to the commonly used ...
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 14, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Kirsty N Prior Verity E Bond Malcolm J Bond Source Type: research

Does Illness Behavior Contribute to the Understanding of Self-Efficacy and Quality of Life Among People With Hearing Loss? A Test of Concept
CONCLUSIONS: Attempts to replicate these findings longitudinally and with larger and more diverse samples (e.g., congenital or illness-derived hearing loss) are encouraged. A more objective assessment of hearing loss may also reduce the potential for spurious associations that may arise from the use of self-reported data. Nevertheless, the analytical results provide encouragement for the continued consideration of IB in the evaluation of the well-being of individuals with hearing loss. It is proposed that IB could be a useful supplement to the study of motivation among this cohort, such as an addition to the commonly used ...
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 14, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Kirsty N Prior Verity E Bond Malcolm J Bond Source Type: research

Does Illness Behavior Contribute to the Understanding of Self-Efficacy and Quality of Life Among People With Hearing Loss? A Test of Concept
CONCLUSIONS: Attempts to replicate these findings longitudinally and with larger and more diverse samples (e.g., congenital or illness-derived hearing loss) are encouraged. A more objective assessment of hearing loss may also reduce the potential for spurious associations that may arise from the use of self-reported data. Nevertheless, the analytical results provide encouragement for the continued consideration of IB in the evaluation of the well-being of individuals with hearing loss. It is proposed that IB could be a useful supplement to the study of motivation among this cohort, such as an addition to the commonly used ...
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 14, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Kirsty N Prior Verity E Bond Malcolm J Bond Source Type: research

Noise Exposure and Use of Hearing Protection Among Adolescents in Rural Areas
CONCLUSIONS: The current study revealed that rural adolescents are exposed to noise sources that could damage their hearing. However, the majority of rural adolescents do not consistently wear hearing protection. Additional research is now needed to extend these findings by assessing rural adolescents' duration of exposure to different noise sources, in addition to investigating prevention of NIHL in this population. Supplemental Material https://doi.org/10.23641/asha.17139335.PMID:34898248 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-20-00196 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 13, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Leigh Ann Reel Candace Bourland Hicks Courtney Arnold Source Type: research

Noise Exposure and Use of Hearing Protection Among Adolescents in Rural Areas
CONCLUSIONS: The current study revealed that rural adolescents are exposed to noise sources that could damage their hearing. However, the majority of rural adolescents do not consistently wear hearing protection. Additional research is now needed to extend these findings by assessing rural adolescents' duration of exposure to different noise sources, in addition to investigating prevention of NIHL in this population. Supplemental Material https://doi.org/10.23641/asha.17139335.PMID:34898248 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-20-00196 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 13, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Leigh Ann Reel Candace Bourland Hicks Courtney Arnold Source Type: research

Evaluation of Remote Categorical Loudness Scaling
CONCLUSIONS: This study demonstrated that precise stimulus levels can be delivered and background noise levels can be controlled in a home environment. Across-run bias for remote CLS was larger than for in-laboratory CLS, indicating that further work is needed to improve the reliability of CLS data collected in remote settings. Supplemental Material https://doi.org/10.23641/asha.17131856.PMID:34890217 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00099 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 10, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Judy G Kopun McKenna Turner Sara E Harris Aryn M Kamerer Stephen T Neely Daniel M Rasetshwane Source Type: research

Evaluation of Remote Categorical Loudness Scaling
CONCLUSIONS: This study demonstrated that precise stimulus levels can be delivered and background noise levels can be controlled in a home environment. Across-run bias for remote CLS was larger than for in-laboratory CLS, indicating that further work is needed to improve the reliability of CLS data collected in remote settings. Supplemental Material https://doi.org/10.23641/asha.17131856.PMID:34890217 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00099 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 10, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Judy G Kopun McKenna Turner Sara E Harris Aryn M Kamerer Stephen T Neely Daniel M Rasetshwane Source Type: research

Evaluation of Remote Categorical Loudness Scaling
CONCLUSIONS: This study demonstrated that precise stimulus levels can be delivered and background noise levels can be controlled in a home environment. Across-run bias for remote CLS was larger than for in-laboratory CLS, indicating that further work is needed to improve the reliability of CLS data collected in remote settings. Supplemental Material https://doi.org/10.23641/asha.17131856.PMID:34890217 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00099 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 10, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Judy G Kopun McKenna Turner Sara E Harris Aryn M Kamerer Stephen T Neely Daniel M Rasetshwane Source Type: research

Audiology, an Important Contributor to Interprofessional Holistic Care: An Interprofessional Collaborative Case Example
CONCLUSIONS: Students viewed their own competencies related to interprofessional collaboration as improved following the collaborative case experience. Overall, the collaborative case experience was effective in providing students with the opportunity to develop a breadth of skills needed for interprofessional collaboration. Providing audiologic information in the case history prompted all but one team to consider patient communication needs.PMID:34874748 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00118 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 7, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Kimberly Skinner Barbara Maxwell Amanda Baskerville Jovan Milanovi ć Source Type: research

Audiology, an Important Contributor to Interprofessional Holistic Care: An Interprofessional Collaborative Case Example
CONCLUSIONS: Students viewed their own competencies related to interprofessional collaboration as improved following the collaborative case experience. Overall, the collaborative case experience was effective in providing students with the opportunity to develop a breadth of skills needed for interprofessional collaboration. Providing audiologic information in the case history prompted all but one team to consider patient communication needs.PMID:34874748 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00118 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 7, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Kimberly Skinner Barbara Maxwell Amanda Baskerville Jovan Milanovi ć Source Type: research

Audiology, an Important Contributor to Interprofessional Holistic Care: An Interprofessional Collaborative Case Example
CONCLUSIONS: Students viewed their own competencies related to interprofessional collaboration as improved following the collaborative case experience. Overall, the collaborative case experience was effective in providing students with the opportunity to develop a breadth of skills needed for interprofessional collaboration. Providing audiologic information in the case history prompted all but one team to consider patient communication needs.PMID:34874748 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00118 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 7, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Kimberly Skinner Barbara Maxwell Amanda Baskerville Jovan Milanovi ć Source Type: research

Test-Retest Reliability of the Listening Self-Efficacy Questionnaire
CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study indicate that the LSEQ has moderate to excellent test-retest reliability. The MDC scores demonstrate that the LSEQ has the potential to detect true changes in listening self-efficacy in older patients with hearing loss who use hearing aids. The LSEQ may aid clinicians in understanding listening self-efficacy in their patients and how their self-efficacy levels change with amplification.PMID:34860561 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00107 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 3, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Allison Oliva Kristal M Riska Sherri L Smith Source Type: research

Test-Retest Reliability of the Listening Self-Efficacy Questionnaire
CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study indicate that the LSEQ has moderate to excellent test-retest reliability. The MDC scores demonstrate that the LSEQ has the potential to detect true changes in listening self-efficacy in older patients with hearing loss who use hearing aids. The LSEQ may aid clinicians in understanding listening self-efficacy in their patients and how their self-efficacy levels change with amplification.PMID:34860561 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00107 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 3, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Allison Oliva Kristal M Riska Sherri L Smith Source Type: research

Test-Retest Reliability of the Listening Self-Efficacy Questionnaire
CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study indicate that the LSEQ has moderate to excellent test-retest reliability. The MDC scores demonstrate that the LSEQ has the potential to detect true changes in listening self-efficacy in older patients with hearing loss who use hearing aids. The LSEQ may aid clinicians in understanding listening self-efficacy in their patients and how their self-efficacy levels change with amplification.PMID:34860561 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00107 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 3, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Allison Oliva Kristal M Riska Sherri L Smith Source Type: research

Test-Retest Reliability of the Listening Self-Efficacy Questionnaire
CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study indicate that the LSEQ has moderate to excellent test-retest reliability. The MDC scores demonstrate that the LSEQ has the potential to detect true changes in listening self-efficacy in older patients with hearing loss who use hearing aids. The LSEQ may aid clinicians in understanding listening self-efficacy in their patients and how their self-efficacy levels change with amplification.PMID:34860561 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00107 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - December 3, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Allison Oliva Kristal M Riska Sherri L Smith Source Type: research

Long-Term Average Speech Spectra and Dynamic Ranges of 17 Indian Languages
CONCLUSIONS: We showed that differences in LTASS and DR for Indian languages vis-à-vis English are large and significant. Such differences may be attributed to phonetic and linguistic characteristics of Indian languages.PMID:34752152 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00125 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - November 9, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Vijaya Kumar Narne None Sreejith V S Nachiketa Tiwari Source Type: research

Long-Term Average Speech Spectra and Dynamic Ranges of 17 Indian Languages
CONCLUSIONS: We showed that differences in LTASS and DR for Indian languages vis-à-vis English are large and significant. Such differences may be attributed to phonetic and linguistic characteristics of Indian languages.PMID:34752152 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00125 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - November 9, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Vijaya Kumar Narne None Sreejith V S Nachiketa Tiwari Source Type: research

Long-Term Average Speech Spectra and Dynamic Ranges of 17 Indian Languages
CONCLUSIONS: We showed that differences in LTASS and DR for Indian languages vis-à-vis English are large and significant. Such differences may be attributed to phonetic and linguistic characteristics of Indian languages.PMID:34752152 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00125 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - November 9, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Vijaya Kumar Narne None Sreejith V S Nachiketa Tiwari Source Type: research

Long-Term Average Speech Spectra and Dynamic Ranges of 17 Indian Languages
CONCLUSIONS: We showed that differences in LTASS and DR for Indian languages vis-à-vis English are large and significant. Such differences may be attributed to phonetic and linguistic characteristics of Indian languages.PMID:34752152 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00125 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - November 9, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Vijaya Kumar Narne None Sreejith V S Nachiketa Tiwari Source Type: research

Long-Term Average Speech Spectra and Dynamic Ranges of 17 Indian Languages
CONCLUSIONS: We showed that differences in LTASS and DR for Indian languages vis-à-vis English are large and significant. Such differences may be attributed to phonetic and linguistic characteristics of Indian languages.PMID:34752152 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00125 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - November 9, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Vijaya Kumar Narne None Sreejith V S Nachiketa Tiwari Source Type: research

Long-Term Average Speech Spectra and Dynamic Ranges of 17 Indian Languages
CONCLUSIONS: We showed that differences in LTASS and DR for Indian languages vis-à-vis English are large and significant. Such differences may be attributed to phonetic and linguistic characteristics of Indian languages.PMID:34752152 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00125 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - November 9, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Vijaya Kumar Narne None Sreejith V S Nachiketa Tiwari Source Type: research

Long-Term Average Speech Spectra and Dynamic Ranges of 17 Indian Languages
CONCLUSIONS: We showed that differences in LTASS and DR for Indian languages vis-à-vis English are large and significant. Such differences may be attributed to phonetic and linguistic characteristics of Indian languages.PMID:34752152 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00125 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - November 9, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Vijaya Kumar Narne None Sreejith V S Nachiketa Tiwari Source Type: research

Long-Term Average Speech Spectra and Dynamic Ranges of 17 Indian Languages
CONCLUSIONS: We showed that differences in LTASS and DR for Indian languages vis-à-vis English are large and significant. Such differences may be attributed to phonetic and linguistic characteristics of Indian languages.PMID:34752152 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00125 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - November 9, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Vijaya Kumar Narne None Sreejith V S Nachiketa Tiwari Source Type: research

Long-Term Average Speech Spectra and Dynamic Ranges of 17 Indian Languages
CONCLUSIONS: We showed that differences in LTASS and DR for Indian languages vis-à-vis English are large and significant. Such differences may be attributed to phonetic and linguistic characteristics of Indian languages.PMID:34752152 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-21-00125 (Source: American Journal of Audiology)
Source: American Journal of Audiology - November 9, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Vijaya Kumar Narne None Sreejith V S Nachiketa Tiwari Source Type: research