Grant D Searchfield
Affiliation: University of Auckland
Country: New Zealand
- Object identification and attention training for treating tinnitusGrant D Searchfield
Section of Audiology, School of Population Health, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Prog Brain Res 166:441-60. 2007..Although this study followed a small number of participants over a limited time-span, it is believed that the training and accompanying model are a promising approach to investigate and treat some forms of tinnitus...
- An adaptation level theory of tinnitus audibilityGrant D Searchfield
Audiology Section and Centre for Brain Research, The University of Auckland Auckland, New Zealand
Front Syst Neurosci 6:46. 2012..It is hoped that the ALT hypothesis will allow for greater empirical investigation of factors influencing tinnitus perception, such as attention and tinnitus sound therapies...
- A comparison between the first-fit settings of two multichannel digital signal-processing strategies: music quality ratings and speech-in-noise scoresPaul Higgins
The University of Auckland, New Zealand
Am J Audiol 21:13-21. 2012..The aim of this study was to determine which level-dependent hearing aid digital signal-processing strategy (DSP) participants preferred when listening to music and/or performing a speech-in-noise task...
- Ensemble spontaneous activity in the guinea-pig cochlear nerveG D Searchfield
Discipline of Audiology and Division of Physiology, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, The University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019, New Zealand
Hear Res 192:23-35. 2004....
- A commentary on the complexity of tinnitus management: clinical guidelines provide a path through the fogGrant Searchfield
Audiology, School of Population Health, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
Eval Health Prof 34:421-8. 2011..While I agree with the bulk of their commentary there are a few areas where I will offer a counter view. In particular I will address their view that only high-level evidence has a place in forming practice guidelines for tinnitus...
- Prescription of hearing-aid output for tinnitus reliefGiriraj Singh Shekhawat
Section of Audiology, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Int J Audiol 52:617-25. 2013..Tinnitus is a perceived sound that cannot be attributed to an external source. This study attempts to identify a prescription of amplification that is optimized as a first-fit setting for tinnitus relief...
- Hearing aids as an adjunct to counseling: tinnitus patients who choose amplification do better than those that don'tGrant D Searchfield
Audiology Section, The University of Auckland, New Zealand g searchfi
Int J Audiol 49:574-9. 2010..0001). The hearing aid group had reduced; psychosocial handicap (p < 0.0002); and tinnitus-hearing handicap (p < 0.0005). It is concluded that patients with hearing loss and tinnitus should trial amplification...
- The relationship between tinnitus pitch and hearing sensitivityGiriraj Singh Shekhawat
Section of Audiology, Department of Audiology, University of Auckland, Tamaki Innovation Campus, Private Bag 92019, 1142, Auckland, New Zealand
Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol 271:41-8. 2014..We postulate that this may be due to a change from primarily outer hair cell damage to lesions including inner hair cells at these levels of hearing loss...