Audiology Research

Audiology Research is an international, peer-reviewed, open access Journal designed to be a place where the readers will quickly and clearly find up-to-date and high-quality information related to the Audiology and Neurotology field in a broad sense, including the study, early detection, diagnosis and treatment of all conditions of hearing and balance impairment and audiological and neurotological disorders.
Papers ranging from the medical/clinical perspective to the basic and experimental research are encouraged for submission. Papers are welcomed in multiple areas including, but not limited to: Disorders of hearing and balance and neurotology, Balance and Hearing Diagnostic tests, treatments for audiological and balance disorders, Rehabilitative procedures, Genetics, Anatomy and Physiology, Psychoacoustics, Speech and Hearing sciences, Vestibular disorders, Neuroscience and Audiology, Epidemiology, Statistics, Engineering. Audiology Research aims to be the forum for discussion on Audiology and Neurotology for a diverse range of professionals, including researchers, clinicians, technicians, officers from health authorities, healthcare administrators. Audiology Research will ensure fast, highly-professional and fair peer-reviews. The Journal publishes original articles, review articles, brief reports, case reports, protocol descriptions, letters to the Editor, conference reports, survey reports, book reviews, and special articles. Each Journal issue will host an Invited paper from opinion leaders. Proposals of Special issues on key topics are highly welcomed.

Evaluation of a transient noise reduction algorithm in cochlear implant users Speech intelligibility in various noise conditions with the Nucleus® 5 CP810... Comparison of performance of transcranial contralateral routing of signal... One-year follow up of auditory performance in post-lingually deafened adults...



Audiology Research indexed in Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index

 PAGEPress is pleased to announce that Audiology Research has been accepted for indexing in the Emerging Sources Citation Index, a new edition of Web of Science™. Content in this index is under consideration by Thomson Reuters to be accepted in the Science Citation Index Expanded™, the Social Sciences Citation Index®, and the Arts & Humanities Citation Index®. The quality and depth of content Web of Science offers to researchers, authors, publishers, and institutions sets it apart from other research databases. The inclusion of Audiology Research in the Emerging Sources Citation Index demonstrates our dedication to providing the most relevant and influential content to our community.
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Vol 5, No 2 (2015)

Table of Contents

Original Articles
Ritvik P. Mehta, Sara L. Mattson, Brian A. Kappus, Robin L. Seitzman
| DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2015.136 | Abstract views: 15
Déborah Borger, Geneviève Lina-Granade, Stéphanie Verneyre, Hung Thai-Van, Sonia Saaï, Michel Hoen, Dan Gnansia, Eric Truy
| DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2015.139 | Abstract views: 106
Norbert Dillier, Wai Kong Lai
| DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2015.132 | Abstract views: 157
Kaushlendra Kumar, Jayashree S. Bhat, Nimalka Maria Sequeira, Kiran M. Bhojwani
| DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2015.121 | Abstract views: 145
Ricardo Simeoni
| DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2015.135 | Abstract views: 282
Neelamegarajan Devi, Suma Chatni, Kasetty Jagannathaiah S. Ramadevi, Darga Baba Fakruddin
| DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2015.133 | Abstract views: 234
Karl-Heinz Dyballa, Phillipp Hehrmann, Volkmar Hamacher, Waldo Nogueira, Thomas Lenarz, Andreas Büchner
| DOI: 10.4081/audiores.2015.116 | Abstract views: 313

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