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...
- 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...
- 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...