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Region#
AS - Asia9887
NA - North America6752
EU - Europe5439
AF - Africa1492
OC - Oceania672
HKU - The University of Hong Kong177
SA - South America33
UND - Undefined223
Total24675
Country#
US - United States6641
CN - China4123
GB - United Kingdom2466
SG - Singapore1995
IE - Ireland1682
KR - Republic of Korea1489
ZA - South Africa1239
JP - Japan1125
HK - Hong Kong889
NL - Netherlands680
OTH - Others2346
Total24675
City#
Ashburn2176
Singapore1991
Dublin1682
Johannesburg1233
Beijing1171
Tokyo773
Amsterdam669
Busan618
London615
Sydney593
Others13154
Total24675
ABO Blood Group and Cochlear Status27
Hearing for the Whole World: Provision of Affordable Hearing Aids and Services in Developing Countries107
Skills Workshops for a Problem-based Learning Curriculum in Speech-language Pathology100
A review of otoacoustic emission hearing screening technology49
Effects of background noise on click-evoked otoacoustic emissions166
Voice onset time of alveolar stop /t/ and realization of unaspirated affricates associated with Mandarin-speaking children with repaired cleft palate56
Screening for hearing loss in developing countries167
Influence of nocturnal noise on non-restorative sleep: Gender effects27
Hearing Aid Satisfaction: What Does Research from the Past 20 Years Say?118
Hearing loss associated with xylene exposure in a laboratory worker70
Seasonal effect on transient evoked otoacoustic emissions in infants and school children (abstract)86
Over-the-counter hearing aids - Electroacoustic characteristics and possible target client groups103
Central auditory processing disorder associated with moyamoya disease109
Chinese Attitudes Towards Cleft Palate: Effects of Personal Contact89
The acquisition of transient evoked otoacoustic emissions in neonates with particular reference to data obtainable from special care nursery neonates126
Auditory neuropathy: A worldview of assessment & management90
Assessment of hearing status in children with non-syndromic cleft lip and/or palate in China69
“I know you can hear me”: Neural correlates of feigned hearing loss197
Reasons for non-adoption of a hearing aid among elderly Chinese142
A Causal Model of Hearing Aid Satisfaction [Abstract]104
International classification of functioning, disability, and health core sets for hearing loss: A discussion paper and invitation50
The effect of speech babble on transient evoked otoacoustic emissions in normal-hearing adults88
Audiometric configurations of hearing impaired children in Hong Kong: Implications for amplification75
Hearing screening in community centers for the elderly: Efficacy of distortion product otoacoustic emissions41
Skills Workshops for Problem-Based learning Curriculum in Speech-Language Pathology101
Children with hearing loss in Sabah: Current and future service provision87
Deafness and hearing aids in low- and middle-income countries28
Wavelet analysis of click-evoked otoacoustic emissions in neonates107
Access to adults’ hearing aids: policies and technologies used in eight countries63
Tone burst-evoked otoacoustic emissions in neonates: Normative data147
Otitis media related hearing loss in children: Implications for speech perception66
Structural abnormalities and dysfunction of the auditory cortex in infants with nonsyndromic cleft lip and/or palate151
Costs of screening children for hearing disorders and delivery of hearing aids in China184
Classrooms for children with developmental disabilities: Sound-field and public address amplification systems compared164
Cost effectiveness of screening145
Paediatric hearing screening in the community: A comparison of transient evoked and distortion product otoacoustic emissions measures113
Transient evoked otoacoustic emissions in 6-year-old school children: A normative study152
Transient evoked otoacoustic emissions in two-month-old infants: a normative study119
Tele-Assessment Project-Voice Risk Calculator: Reducing the Risk of Developing Voice Problems in Teachers111
Otoacoustic emissions in young adults: effects of blood group35
Teacher ratings follwing short term use of sound field FM amplification [abstract]73
"I know you can hear me": Neural correlates of feigned hearing loss174
Telehealth in audiology: The need and potential to reach underserved communities86
Behavioral assessment of auditory processing disorder in children with non-syndromic cleft lip and/or palate86
Tone perception in Mandarin-speaking school age children with otitis media with effusion97
Central auditory nervous system dysfunction in infants with non-syndromic cleft lip and/or palate210
Seasonal effects on transient evoked otoacoustic emission screening outcomes in infants versus 6-year-old children166
Hearing loss in children with otitis media: Actual and simulated effects on speech perception15
Hearing screening for children with otitis media with effusion using external ear resonance157
Real Ear Unaided Response in Chinese Young Adults118
Sentence perception in Mandarin-speaking children with otitis media with effusion children25
Developing countries, developing hearing health21
Audiology: A developing country context110
Neural correlates of feigned hearing loss: an fMRI study163
Otitis media with effusion in children: Cross-frequency correlation in pure tone audiometry33
Noise levels in Hong Kong Primary Schools: Implications for classroom listening182
Student Speech Pathologist Attitudes to Disabled People: Is There Any Need for Change?105
Effect of expectation, performance and disconfirmation on satisfaction with hearing aids.88
Screening for auditory neuropathy in a school for hearing impaired children187
Round Table Discussion: Hearing Health Care and latest technologies22
Auditory dysfunction associated with solvent exposure50
Interference Cancellation for Click Evoked OAE Recordings81
Effects of blood group on cochlear function: Exploratory studies31
Auditory Damage Induced by Occupational Exposure to Solvents113
Auditory processing disorders in children and adults with cleft lip/palate77
The effect of high-pass filtering on TEOAE in 2-month-old infants208
Structural abnormalities and dysfunction of the auditory cortex in infants with nonsyndromic cleft lip and/or palate145
Skills workshops for problem-based learning curriculum in SLP.90
Hearing aid low frequency cut: Effect on mandarin tone and vowel perception in normal-hearing listeners173
Transient evoked otogcoustic emissions in children studying in special schools95
Improving newborn hearing screening: Are automated auditory brainstem response ear inserts an effective option?42
Classroom Listening Conditions in Indian Primary Schools: A Survey of Four Schools91
Community-Based Hearing Rehabilitation: Implementation and Outcome Evaluation12
Measuring the understanding of sentences by hearing-impaired children: a comparison with connected discourse ratings130
Assessment of central auditory processing in a group of workers exposed to solvents165
Evaluation of a Combined Tone-Burst/Click-Evoked Otoacoustic Emission Protocol102
Over-the-counter hearing aids: A lost decade for change29
Cost comparison of hearing screening programs: Transient evoked otoacoustic emissions in infant screening and screening at school entry153
Measuring the understanding of connected discourse: an overview of methodology and clinical applications in rehabilitative audiology111
Satisfaction with hearing aids: A consumer research perspective375
Infant hearing screening: A comparison of two techniques191
Percepif3n del Habla Bajo La Presencia de Sonidos Enmascarantes. Breve Revisif3n de los Procesos Involucrados y una aproximacif3n al Procesamiento Auditivo Central76
Childhood hearing loss in sub-Saharan Africa: A review and recommendations170
Profiling Indian classroom listening conditions in schools for children with hearing impairment15
Maternal knowledge and attitudes to universal newborn hearing screening: Reviewing an established program25
Development of self-report questionnaire to evalute the hearing aid outcome of Chinese Mandarin speakers104
Electrophysiological assessment of auditory processing disorder in children with non-syndromic cleft lip and/or palate56
Structural abnormalities of the auditory cortex in infants with nonsyndromic cleft lip and/or palate: Preliminary findings79
Nonrestorative sleep scale: reliable and valid for the Chinese population34
Evaluation of an auditory assessment protocol for Chinese infants with non-syndromic cleft lip and/or palate42
Affordable Hearing Assessment Equipment for Developing Countries: Trials of a Computer-Based Audiometer119
Chinese children with nonsyndromic cleft lip/palate: Factors associated with hearing disorder55
Competencies for effective global engagement: A proposal for communication sciences and disorders77
Auditory neuropathy/auditory dys-synchrony in school children with hearing loss: Frequency of occurrence187
Central auditory damage induced by solvent exposure.179
Spectral moment analysis of affricates produced by Mandarin-speaking pre-adolescents with repaired cleft palate55
Cantonese Time-Compressed Speech Test: Normative values for young adults67
Industrial solvent exposure: a hazard to hearing at many levels136
Test-retest variability in transient evoked otoacoustic emissions obtained from special care nursery neonates163
Pure tone hearing profiles in Chinese children with otitis media with effusion13
Hearing loss in children with otitis media with effusion: Actual and simulated effects on speech perception51
Infant hearing screening: Effects of timeline137
Globalization of Infant Hearing Screening: The Next Challenge Before JCIH?142
Over-the-counter hearing aids: Electroacoustic characteristics and possible target client groups180
Global initiatives for hearing health in the 21st century33
Comparison of speech perception in noise and localization abilities in young and middle-age adults118
Central auditory processing: A brief introduction to the processes involved and the non-verbal behavioural tests that can be used with Polish-speaking patients116
Behavioral Signs of (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder in Children With Nonsyndromic Cleft Lip and/or Palate: A Parental Questionnaire Approach92
The effect of power, social distance and rank of imposition on the request productions in Cantonese-speaking school-aged children156
Measuring the understanding of sentences by hearing-impaired children: Comparison with connected discourse ratings208
Hearing assistive technologies in developing countries: Background, achievements, challenges.40
Audiology Research at the University of Hong Kong. Collection of Thesis91
Test-retest reliability of distortion product otoacoustic emissions in the 1 to 7 kHz range72
Adaptive tests of temporal resolution: Comparison with the gaps-in-noise test in normal-hearing young adults48
Noise sensitivity associated with nonrestorative sleep in Chinese adults: a cross-sectional study14
Hearing screening for school children with otitis media using otoacoustic emission measures102
Self-reported hearing performance in workers exposure to solvents22
Hearing loss in children with otitis media with effusion: a systematic review50
Effectiveness of an Affordable Hearing Aid with Early Persons101
Infant hearing screening using TEOAE: A feasibility study91
Adaptation of the Amsterdam Inventory for Auditory Disability and Handicap into Cantonese50
Normalizacif3n de la prueba de 'Random Gap Detection' para poblaciones nativas hispanoparlantes80
Social support mediated the association of stress and physical health with nonrestorative sleep39
The Participation Scale: psychometric properties of a South Indian translation with hearing-impaired respondents63
Auditory damage Induced by Occupational Exposure to Solvents96
Hearing aid expectations among Chinese first-time users: Relationships to post-fitting satisfaction183
Glossary29
The influence of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) in chronic tinnitus: a placebo controlled pilot study160
Racial heritage/melanin and otoacoustic emission measures of cochlear function119
Innovative technology in hearing instruments: matching needs in the developing world23
Self-Reported Benefit and Satisfaction with a Beamforming Body-Worn Hearing Aid for Elderly Adults26
Neonatal hearing screening: Can tone burst OAEs improve test accuracy?108
Timely sensory stimulation and early childhood development12
Chinese speech audiometry material: Past, present, future52
Auditory processing disorders in children with cleft lip/palate88
Over-the-counter hearing aids in developing countries.84
Blood, sweat and ears: Relating blood group to noise-induced hearing loss10
Blood group and auditory function: What we know and what we need to know14
Preferred FM system listening level of children with central auditory processing disorders80
Hearing Aid Low Frequency Cut: Effect on Mandarin Tone and Vowel Perception92
School Health Screening: History, Principles and Analysis77
Comparison of alternative methods in neonatal hearing screening: tone-burst otoacoustic emissions and time-frequency filtering139
Hearing screening for school children: Comparison of low-cost, computer-based and conventional audiometry182
Comprehensive assessment of (central) auditory processing abilities in school age children with nonsyndromic cleft lip and/or palate16
Nursing home noise levels: Effects on elderly communication ability111
An Alternative Method in Neonatal Hearing Screening: Click-evoked Otoacoustic Emissions Plus Tone-burst Otoacoustic Emissions86
Transient evoked otoacoustic emissions in infants: Effects of gender, ear asymmetry and activity status174
Resources for audiologists in developing countries93
Pure tone hearing profiles in children with otitis media with effusion72
Affordable hearing assessment equipment for developing countries: Field studies of a computer-based audiometer114
Adaptation of the Amsterdam Inventory for Auditory Disability and Handicap into Spanish101
Book review. Handbook of (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder: Volumes 1 & 2100
Xylene-induced auditory dysfunction in humans61
A Fair Hearing for All: Providing Appropriate Amplification in Developing Countries128
Research and researchers without borders: global issues and trends136
Over-the-counter hearing aids: To be embraced or avoided?22
Assessment and management of hearing loss in children with cleft lip and/or palate: A review175
Assessing (central) auditory processing disorder in children with non-syndromic cleft lip and/or palate: applying electrophysiologic tests65
Risk factors associated with voice problems in teachers139
A Short Form of the Chinese Version of the Weinstein Noise Sensitivity Scale through Optimal Test Assembly22
Otoacoustic emission criteria for neonatal hearing screening152
Transient evoked otoacoustic emissions in children studying in special schools149
Organic solvents and hearing loss: The challenge for audiology157
Hearing Screening for School Children75
Infant hearing screening using otoacoustic emissions in community health clinics86
The case of Mr. Chicago Cochlea: an introduction to problem-based learning.84
Affordable hearing health care needs and initiatives in developing countries153
Hearing loss in children with otitis media with effusion: Actual and simulated effects on speech perception22
Newborn screening: history, principles and analysis33
Tympanometry and TEOAE Testing of Children with Down Syndrome in Special Schools200
Chronic exposure to broadband noise at moderate sound pressure levels spatially shifts tone-evoked responses in the rat auditory midbrain55
Test-retest Reliability of High Frequency Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions99
Spontaneous and transient evoked otoacoustic emissions: A racial comparison146
Audiometric configurations of hearing-impaired children in Hong Kong: implications for amplification102
Paediatric hearing screening in the community: A comparison of outcomes from transient evoked and distortion product otoacoustic emission measures205
Neonatal hearing screening: A combined click evoked and tone burst otoacoustic emission approach183
Aided cortical auditory evoked measures with cochlear implantees: the challenge of stimulus artefacts80
Neonatal otoacoustic emission screening and sudden infant death syndrome54
Noise Levels In An Urban Asian School Environment60
Improving Newborn Hearing Screening: Are Ear Inserts an Effective AABR Option?25
Central auditory dysfunction associated with exposure to a mixture of solvents169
Diagnosis for children with (central) auditory processing disorder and future development in China79
Using the internet to facilitate PBL: Web-based tutor and student guides82
Test-retest reliability of tone-burst-evoked otoacoustic emissions182
Green Voice Project for teachers: reducing the risk of developing voice problems in teachers using the Teachers' Voice Risk Calculator103
The Bernafon Scholarship Program: Supporting the development of audiology in China77
The effects of sound field classroom amplification on the communicative interactions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children197
Performance of assistive listening devices using insertion gain measures81
Behavioural assessment of (central) auditory processing disorder in children with non-syndromic cleft lip and/or palate153
Occupational hearing loss: Screening with distortion-product otoacoustic emissions190
Otoacoustic emissions: Does blood group affect emission characteristics?52
Classrooms Acoustics and Its Impact on Teachers’ Voice141
Consonant accuracy in Mandarin-speaking children with repaired cleft palate42
Test-retest reliability of a self-report questionniare to evalute the hearing aid outcome of Chinese Mandarin speakers179
Association between solvent exposure and auditory damage116
Pure tone hearing gradations in Chinese children with otitis media with effusion31
Reading strategies of Chinese students with severe to profound hearing loss59
The audiologist in the cleft lip/palate multidisciplinary team: Conventional and emerging roles21
Cantonese Dichotic Digit Test: Test Creation and Normative Values for Children and Adults152
An international partnership analysis of a cohort of Vietnamese children with hearing impairment69
Children with non-syndromic cleft lip and/or palate: Electrophysiological assessment of auditory processing disorder25
Assessment of (central) auditory processing disorder in children with non-syndromic cleft lip and/or palate64
Detection improvement for neonatal click evoked otoacoustic emissions by time-frequency filtering241
Outcomes of transient evoked otoacoustic emission testing in 6-year-old school children: A comparison with pure tone screening and tympanometry178
Otoacoustic emissions in young adults: Effects of blood group46
Auditory processing tests for Spanish-speaking adults: An initial study176
Spectral features and perceptual judgment of place of affricate in Putonghua-speaking pre-adolescents with normal and cleft palate56
Short term effects of sound field classroom intervention on the communication of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. Hearing Aid Amplification for the New Millenium - Conference Abstracts.105
A new minimum variance spectral estimation method for analyzing click-evoked otoacoustic emissions201
Structural abnormalities of the central auditory pathway in infants with nonsyndromic cleft lip and/or palate66
Central Auditory Damage Induced by Solvent Exposure123
Improving access to hearing devices in low and medium income countries29
Differences in communications outcomes when utilising sound field FM amplification in the classrooms of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children [abstract]88
Hearing aid candidacy and strategies in developing countries22
Newborn hearing screening in developing countries: needs and new directions156
Feasibility of a combined OAE approach in neonatal screening83
School children with hearing loss: Is there a need for auditory neuropathy screening? [abstract]81
Transient evoked otoacoustic emissions in two-month-old infants: A normative study171
Central auditory processing effects induced by solvent exposure175
Auditory processing disorders in school-aged Chinese children with non-syndromic cleft lip and/or palate - a pilot study143
Distortion product otoacoustic emissions in neonates and two-month-old infants155
Hearing screening for school children: utility of noise-cancelling headphones103
Hearing loss in Chinese school children with Down syndrome148
Eliciting request productions by four-picture sequenced cartoons: a possible measure of children’s pragmatic abilities23
Time-frequency analysis of click-evoked otoacoustic emissions by means of a minimum variance spectral estimation-based method212
Audiology research at the University of Hong Kong - 1998 postgraduate student projects80
Sound-field Amplification: Enhancing the Classroom Listening Environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children105
The effect of rTMS on auditory processing in adults with chronic, bilateral tinnitus: a placebo-controlled pilot study56
Predicting the understanding of Cantonese connected discourse99
Diagnosing auditory processing disorder in children with non-syndromic cleft lip and/or palate: applying behavioural tests21
Neonatal Transient Evoked Otoacoustic Emission Screening: How Many Stimuli are Enough?100
Handedness Effects on Transient Evoked Otoacastic Emissions in School Children113
Consumer satisfaction with hearing aids91
Cherbourg revisited: Hearing health changes in an Aboriginal community, 1972 to 2000129
Occupational chemical-induced hearing loss178
Otoacoustic emission findings in Rett syndrome.168
Modeling the Effect of Performance and Disconfirmation on Hearing Aid Satisfaction103
Time-frequency filtering to reduce lower frequency noise effects on neonatal click evoked otoacoustic emissions109
Long-term, passive exposure to non-traumatic acoustic noise induces neural adaptation in the adult rat medical geniculate body and auditory cortex33
Electrophysiologic assessment of (central) auditory processing disorder in children with non-syndromic cleft lip and/or palate186
Progress towards early detection services for infants with hearing loss in developing countries92
Neonatal click-evoked otoacoustic emissions: A wavelet transform technique to reduce low-frequency noise effects111
Preface23
Audiological status of Chinese patients with cleft lip/palate75
Expectations, Benefit, Disconfirmation, and Satisfaction90


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