Hearing Research is a highly brandable .org name that represents everything about health and hearing aids or devices. It covered research, projects, and publications for a research and engineering-focused hearing enhancement centre.
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Dr. Ross on Hearing Loss Listening to Music Through Hearing Aids: The “Music” Program
Dr. Ross on Hearing Loss – The “Occlusion Effect”
Dr. Ross on Hearing Loss – The “Occlusion Effect” — What it is, and What to Do About it
Dr. Mark Ross is a Principal Investigator of the RERC on Hearing Enhancement,
Dr. Ross on Hearing Loss Noise Reduction Hearing Aids: Why They’re Needed, and How They Work
Dr. Ross on Hearing Loss Personal Sound Amplification Products (PSAPs) Versus Hearing Aids
The Audiogram: Explanation and Significance
Why do Hearing Aids Cost So Much?
Acceptable Noise Levels (ANL)
Hearing Aid Services and Satisfaction: The Consumer Viewpoint