Noise can damage hearing in numerous ways: hearing loss, tinnitus, difficulty hearing in noisy settings, as well as other sound detection or sound processing deficits. In this episode, we talk to Colleen Le Prell (UT Dallas School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences) and Odile Clavier (Creare), two editors of the recent Noise-Induced Hearing Disorders Special Issue of JASA. Learn about current clinical and investigational tools for studying noise-induced hearing disorders, as well as the latest on research about noise monitoring and hearing protection.

(Like the episode? Don’t miss the Special Issue on Noise-Induced Hearing Disorders!)


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