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Audiology Research

Audiology Research is an international, peer-reviewed, open access Journal designed to be a place where the readers will quickly and clearly find up-to-date and high-quality information related to the Audiology and Neurotology field in a broad sense, including the study, early detection, diagnosis and treatment of all conditions of hearing and balance impairment and audiological and neurotological disorders.
Papers ranging from the medical/clinical perspective to the basic and experimental research are encouraged for submission. Papers are welcomed in multiple areas including, but not limited to: Disorders of hearing and balance and neurotology, Balance and Hearing Diagnostic tests, treatments for audiological and balance disorders, Rehabilitative procedures, Genetics, Anatomy and Physiology, Psychoacoustics, Speech and Hearing sciences, Vestibular disorders, Neuroscience and Audiology, Epidemiology, Statistics, Engineering. Audiology Research aims to be the forum for discussion on Audiology and Neurotology for a diverse range of professionals, including researchers, clinicians, technicians, officers from health authorities, healthcare administrators. Audiology Research will ensure fast, highly-professional and fair peer-reviews. The Journal publishes original articles, review articles, brief reports, case reports, protocol descriptions, letters to the Editor, conference reports, survey reports, book reviews, and special articles. Each Journal issue will host an Invited paper from opinion leaders. Proposals of Special issues on key topics are highly welcomed.

Nystagmus in enlarged vestibular aqueduct: a case series

Vol 5, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents

Neurotology

Apogeotropic posterior semicircular canal benign paroxysmal positional vertigo: some clinical and therapeutic considerations
Paolo Vannucchi, Rudi Pecci, Beatrice Giannoni, Fabio Di Giustino, Rossana Santimone, Arianna Mengucci | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2015.130 | Abstract views: 78
Nystagmus in enlarged vestibular aqueduct: a case series
Judith White, Paul Krakovitz | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2015.120 | Abstract views: 100
Outlook for tissue engineering of the tympanic membrane
Maria A. Villar-Fernandez, Jose A. Lopez-Escamez | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2015.117 | Abstract views: 148

Original Articles

Effect of compression ratio on perception of time compressed phonemically balanced words in Kannada and monosyllables
Prashanth Prabhu, Mirale Jagadish Sujan, Satish Rakshith | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2015.128 | Abstract views: 19
The effect of short-term musical training on speech perception in noise
Chandni Jain, Hijas Mohamed, Ajith Kumar U. | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2015.111 | Abstract views: 42
Habituation of auditory steady state responses evoked by amplitudemodulated acoustic signals in rats
Pavel Prado-Gutierrez, Anisleidy Castro-Fariñas, Lisbet Morgado-Rodriguez, Ernesto Velarde-Reyes, Eduardo Martínez-Montes | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2015.113 | Abstract views: 212
Simultaneous extratympanic electrocochleography and auditory brainstem responses revisited
Carlos Minaya, Samuel R. Atcherson | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2015.105 | Abstract views: 150


 

 

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