In a series of short articles, this feature details the latest ongoing research being undertaken by Professor François Champoux and his audiology students at the at the Auditory Neuroscience Research Laboratory at the University of Montreal.
Hearing loops expert Bill Droogendyk explores the importance of “Breaking the 2 Meter Hearing “Bubble”
In a reprint from our friends at Audiology Now, we have an excellent article exploring the Quality and Readability of Hearing Information on the Internet.
In this issue, we are proud to present another Student Poster Presentation from the 2014 CAA Conference. In this issue we give you, Stephanie Loder’s Vitamin B12 and Hearing Loss.
Inspired by a recent trip to a noisy Toronto Blue Jays game, Calvin Staples gives us some blogs related to music and noise courtesy of our friends at HearingHealthMatters.org.
On a recent trip to Paris, Peter Stelmacovich wondered if there may be threats to audiology from new innovations.
In this issue’s installment, Michael Vekasi shares his unique insights as both a vestibular patient and audiologist.
Gael Hannan taps into her inner professor and gives us “The World’s Shortest Audiology Course.”
Alberto Behar explores the issue of hearing protection comfort related to usage.
Wayne Staab looks back on the disposable hearing aid that was introduced in 2000 By Songbird Medical.
Guest contributor Jay Lucker, PhD, explores “How Young is Too Young to Evaluate Children for Auditory Processing Disorders?”
Do you ever wonder what the best earphone for listening to music is? Marshall Chasin has the answers.