There’s a common assumption, one supported by past research, that older people with hearing loss will have a smaller social network and demonstrate a tendency to avoid difficult listening situations. Drs. Wu and Bentler used a combination of questionnaires and sound level measurements to understand the differences in some social patterns between younger and older people with hearing loss. This month’s post reviews their work.
Clinical Topics in Hearing Aid Research
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- 2016 American Academy of Audiology Foundation Board
- American Auditory Society 2016
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- Another piece in the puzzle of hearing aid use and cognitive decline
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- Does hearing aid use slow cognitive decline?