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Information retention and overload in first-time hearing aid users: an interactive multimedia educational solution

The authors sought to assess the effect of an educational intervention based on the concept of reusable learning objects (RLOs), on knowledge of hearing aids and communication in first-time hearing aid users. The authors utilized a randomized controlled trial of … Continue reading

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Information retention and overload in first-time hearing aid users: an interactive multimedia educational solution

The authors sought to assess the effect of an educational intervention based on the concept of reusable learning objects (RLOs), on knowledge of hearing aids and communication in first-time hearing aid users. The authors utilized a randomized controlled trial of … Continue reading

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Vocabulary and Working Memory in Children Fit With Hearing Aids

Stiles, McGregor, and Bentler reported that in the presence of mild-to-moderately severe hearing loss, children demonstrated resilient working memory systems, and that working memory and vocabulary were related (i.e., children with poorer working memory had smaller vocabulary sizes). Journal of … Continue reading

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