Larry E Humes

Summary

Affiliation: Indiana University
Country: USA

Publications

  1. Humes L, Kinney D, Brown S, Kiener A, Quigley T. The effects of dosage and duration of auditory training for older adults with hearing impairment. J Acoust Soc Am. 2014;136:EL224 pubmed publisher
    ..Based on these results, as well as prior literature on learning theory, training 2x or 3x/week for 5-15 weeks appears to be sufficient to yield training benefits with this training regimen. ..
  2. Humes L, Busey T, Craig J, Kewley Port D. Are age-related changes in cognitive function driven by age-related changes in sensory processing?. Atten Percept Psychophys. 2013;75:508-24 pubmed publisher
    ..Structural models confirmed this result. These analyses suggest that the long-standing observation of age-related changes in cognitive function may be mediated by age-related changes in global sensory processing. ..
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    Humes L, Wilson D. An examination of changes in hearing-aid performance and benefit in the elderly over a 3-year period of hearing-aid use. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 2003;46:137-45 pubmed
    ..Little evidence was seen for systematic improvement in aided performance or benefit, consistent with that expected from acclimatization, in any participant or for any measure of benefit. ..
  4. Humes L, Burk M, Strauser L, Kinney D. Development and efficacy of a frequent-word auditory training protocol for older adults with impaired hearing. Ear Hear. 2009;30:613-27 pubmed publisher
    ..Training on frequent words and frequent phrases generalized to sentences constructed from frequently occurring words whether spoken by talkers heard during training or by a novel talker. ..
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    Humes L, Wilson D, Humes A. Examination of differences between successful and unsuccessful elderly hearing aid candidates matched for age, hearing loss and gender. Int J Audiol. 2003;42:432-41 pubmed
    ..Discriminant analysis, however, indicated that those in the group who retained their (linear) hearing aids tended to have better finger dexterity and higher loudness discomfort levels than those who did not. ..
  6. Humes L, Dubno J, Gordon Salant S, Lister J, Cacace A, Cruickshanks K, et al. Central presbycusis: a review and evaluation of the evidence. J Am Acad Audiol. 2012;23:635-66 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, there is a clear need for additional research in this area. ..