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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.

The journal is completely free to anyone: no costs for submission or publication.

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.

Vol 4, No 1 (2014)

Table of Contents

Early Release

Survey on infant hearing loss at Caritas Baby Hospital in Bethlehem-Palestine
Lucia Corradin, Musa Hindiyeh, Rasha Khaled, Fadi Rishmawi, Marwan Zidan, Hiyam Marzouqa | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2014.99 | Abstract views: 87

Original Articles

Short-term musical training and pyschoacoustical abilities
Chandni Jain, Hijas Mohamed, Ajith Kumar U. | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2014.102 | Abstract views: 54
Effect of compression, digital noise reduction and directionality on envelope difference index, log-likelihood ratio and perceived quality
Chinnaraj Geetha, Puttabasappa Manjula | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2014.110 | Abstract views: 54
Effect of repetition rate on speech evoked auditory brainstem response in younger and middle aged individuals
Anuj Kumar Neupane, Krithika Gururaj, Garvita Mehta, Sujeet Kumar Sinha | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2014.106 | Abstract views: 123
Discrimination of static and dynamic spectral patterns by children and young adults in relationship to speech perception in noise
Hanin Rayes, Stanley Sheft, Valeriy Shafiro | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2014.101 | Abstract views: 86
Psychoacoustic characteristics of tinnitus in individuals with auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder
P. Prashanth Prabhu, Hunsur Suresh Chandan | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2014.108 | Abstract views: 84
Optimizing stimulus repetition rate for recording ocular vestibular evoked myogenic potential elicited by air-conduction tone bursts of 500 Hz
Niraj Kumar Singh, Peter Kadisonga, Palliyath Ashitha | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2014.88 | Abstract views: 182
Evaluation of temporal difference limen in preoperative non-invasive ear canal audiometry as a predictive factor for speech perception after cochlear implantation
Saku T. Sinkkonen, Lars Kronlund, Johannes Hautamäki, Jussi Jero, Antti A. Aarnisalo, Erna Kentala | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2014.91 | Abstract views: 342
The relationship between acceptable noise level and electrophysiologic auditory brainstem and cortical signal to noise ratios
Hemanth N. Shetty, Sankalapa Mahadev, Devamma Veeresh | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2014.93 | Abstract views: 187
Influence of native and non-native multitalker babble on speech recognition in noise
Chandni Jain, Sreeraj Konadath, Bharathi M. Vimal, Vidhya Suresh | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2014.89 | Abstract views: 203

Brief Reports

Language outcomes using hearing aids in children with auditory dys-synchrony
Jayakumar Praveena, Hari Prakash, Thuruvas Mohan Rukmangathan | DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2014.80 | Abstract views: 65

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