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Individual Hearing Loss: Characterization, Modelling, Compensation Strategies

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  1. Adaptive Processes in Hearing

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  2. Complex-Tone Pitch Discrimination in Listeners With Sensorineural Hearing Loss

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  3. Temporal Fine-Structure Coding and Lateralized Speech Perception in Normal-Hearing and Hearing-Impaired Listeners

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It is well-established that hearing loss does not only lead to a reduction of hearing sensitivity. Large individual differences are typically observed among listeners with hearing impairment in a wide range of suprathreshold auditory measures. In many cases, audiometric thresholds cannot fully account for such individual differences, which make it challenging to find adequate compensation strategies in hearing devices. How to characterize, model, and compensate for individual hearing loss were the main topics of the fifth International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research (ISAAR), held in Nyborg, Denmark, in August 2015. The following collection of papers results from some of the work that was presented and discussed at the symposium.

Original languageEnglish
JournalTrends in hearing
Volume20
Pages (from-to)pii: 2331216516655890
Number of pages2
ISSN2331-2165
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Publication statusPublished - 26 Aug 2016

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