Research Posters

Read about Starkey research studies in these interesting summaries of data and clinical observations.

Maximum Acceptable Delay in Hearing Aids Under Noisy Conditions

All digital sound processing requires a brief delay. For hearing aids, the range of tolerable delay may vary with listening condition. This study assessed listener preference for noisy conditions, which were hypothesized to extend the range of tolerable delay.

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Speech Perception and Electrophysiological Outcomes
with ReadMyQuips Auditory Training Program

Is repeating audio helpful in real-world environments?

Side change harmonic enhancement of noise corrupted speech
for hearing impaired listeners

Examining relationships between cognitive status
and demographic and audiologic factors

Examining relationships between cognitive status and hearing aid factors

Validation of a new online inventory for assessing spatial hearing abilities

Preferred Aided Listening Levels for Music in the Sound Field

Cognitive and Hierarchical Models for Preference Data

A Hierarchical Model for the Analysis of Individual’s Data

Relating Hearing Aid Gain Settings to Clinical Outcome Measures

Benefit of linear and non-linear amplification with time-varying maskers

Incorporating Spatial Information into Binaural Noise Reduction

Changes in Event-Related Potentials after Completing the ReadMyQuips Auditory Training Program

Selective Attention in Speech Understanding with Competing Talkers

Spatial Release of Cognitive Load

Improving Speech Understanding in Adverse Listening Environments Using Distributed Microphones

Real-World Recording Database for Distributed Microphone Research

Viability of RECD in fitting vented and open-canal hearing aids

Do combination instruments reduce the effects of tinnitus?

Speech recognition in noise with four remote microphone technologies

Acoustic variability of occluded earbuds in receiver-in-the-canal hearing aid fittings

Effects of aging and spectral shaping on brainstem differentiation of consonants

Assessing the contribution of spectral cues to recognition of frequency lowered consonants

Derivative free optimization of hearing aid parameters

Annoyance perception for hearing impaired listeners: A revisit

Acceptable Noise Level: Effect of Presentation Level, Digital Noise Reduction, and Stimulus Type

Clinical Validation of Multiflex Tinnitus Technology

Improve Resistance to Foreign Material for Hearing Instruments

Optimization of Loudness Restoring Hearing Aid Fittings

Perceptual Evaluation of a Binaural Beamforming Algorithm

Large-Scale Objective Assessment of Preferred Gain and Frequency Response for Multiband Compression Hearing Aids

Characterization of Multi-Class Acoustic Environments

Comparison of Adaptive Versions of the CCT and NST

Design and Evaluation of a Bio-Inspired Compression System

On Factors Affecting Speech Reception in a Multi-Talker Listening Scenario

Applications of an Annoyance Perception Model to Noise Reduction for Hearing Aids

Annoyance Perception and Modeling for Hearing Impaired Listeners

Clinical Factors Affecting Directional Benefit

Detection of word final /s/ and /z/ with three modern frequency lowering technologies

Openness of fit and benefit from adaptive features

Evaluation of objective and subjective benefit with a novel frequency lowering algorithm

Will Digital Noise Reduction Improve Successful Hearing Aid Use?

Can Acceptable Noise Levels Be Predicted from a Noise-Tolerance Questionnaire?

Can Directional Benefit be Predicted from Auditory Threshold?

Real-Ear Measurements Improve Subjective Performance of Hearing Aid Fittings

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