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  • In this study, U.S. researchers subjected normal-hearing mice and mice with induced tinnitus to a sudden loud sound, called a startle test, and measured their response to an unexpected gap in the noise frequency.

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  • Bezold has examined a large number of human ears of different ages and indicates that after the fiftieth year there is not only a successive decrease in the number of the approximately normal-hearing, but there is a successively growing increase in the degree of auditory limitation which the ear experiences with increasing age.

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  • They then compared the responses with normal-hearing peers in two age groups: 8 - to

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  • Profoundly deaf children with cochlear implants to help them to hear rate their quality of life equal to their normal-hearing peers, according to new research from UT Southwestern Medical Center auditory specialists.

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  • They then compared the responses with normal-hearing peers in two age groups: 8 - to 11-year-olds and 12 - to 16-year-olds.

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  • Deaf children who receive cochlear implants appear more likely to fail early grades in school, but they ultimately achieve educational and employment levels similar to their normal-hearing peers, according to a report in the April issue of

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  • Children who received the implant by the age of 13 months performed similarly to their normal-hearing counterparts while children who received a cochlear implant later performed, on average, more poorly than their normal-hearing peers.

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  • The present study used eight normal-hearing (NH) subjects, listening to acoustic cochlear implant (CI) simulations, to examine the effects of spectral shifting on speech recognition in noise.

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  • McGrath M, Summerfield Q (1985) Intermodal timing relations and audio-visual speech recognition by normal-hearing adults.

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  • The previously reported p. R150Q amino acid substitution was observed in a hearing impaired patient and his normal-hearing father, suggesting that this amino acid substitution is not sufficient to cause hearing loss

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