2018
DOI: 10.3766/jaaa.16060
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Patterns of Aided Loudness Growth in Experienced Adult Listeners with Early-Onset Severe–Profound Hearing Loss

Abstract: The variety of aided loudness growth patterns identified reflects the diversity known to characterize individuals with early-onset S/PHL. Loudness rating at the validation stage of HA fit with these listeners is likely to reveal nonnormal loudness, signaling need for further HA adjustment. High satisfaction, however, despite nonnormal loudness growth, suggests that listeners with poor auditory speech recognition may benefit more from aided loudness that supports pattern perception (via the time-intensity wavef… Show more

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“…As an outcome measure, hearing aid satisfaction is widely variable and not easily explained, despite historical trends towards improvement in satisfaction with advances in hearing aid technology (Picou 2020). Although there may be many ways to describe satisfaction, such as satisfaction with loudness (Blamey & Martin 2009) or satisfaction with listening goals (Gottermeier & De Filippo 2018), here we define satisfaction as an outcome measure, which is considered the consumer's perception of a positive experience with hearing aids as the intervention (Wong et al 2003).…”
Section: Hearing Aid Satisfactionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As an outcome measure, hearing aid satisfaction is widely variable and not easily explained, despite historical trends towards improvement in satisfaction with advances in hearing aid technology (Picou 2020). Although there may be many ways to describe satisfaction, such as satisfaction with loudness (Blamey & Martin 2009) or satisfaction with listening goals (Gottermeier & De Filippo 2018), here we define satisfaction as an outcome measure, which is considered the consumer's perception of a positive experience with hearing aids as the intervention (Wong et al 2003).…”
Section: Hearing Aid Satisfactionmentioning
confidence: 99%