Auditory processing disorder is most common among primary school children.
The term APD describes several disorders that result in a breakdown in the listening process. It is most common in primary school, affecting more than 5% of children.
Are you receiving me?
Think it's stressful visiting a police station? Try doing it when you can't hear.
There is no single regulatory regime governing the fitting of hearing aids.
Audiology services are government registered for many – such as for children up to the age of 26 and veterans. But many fall through the cracks and rely on the self-regulation of the industry.
Six tips to get rid of that song stuck in your head, based on the latest research.
It's not only Brian Johnson who's at risk of deafness – are you around music a lot?
Using sign language is just one way for deaf people to communicate. New technology is emerging that helps with learning.
One South African student's experience with live captioning technology may be the start of an exciting change for deaf university students who do not use sign language.
3D virtual reconstruction of two-million-year-old ear.
Beyond the cool factor of figuring out hominin hearing capacities two million years ago, these findings could help answer the tantalizing question of when did human vocalized language first emerge.
It’s written on your face.
Adding a camera that can work out where sound is coming from could make hearing aids smarter.
When children are bombarded with outside noises, it becomes harder to hear in class – and to learn.
Chronic environmental noise, like cars zooming past or airplanes overhead, can make children struggle with reading comprehension and affect their memory.
The consistent presence of sonic textures such as machine noise have significantly shaped the contexts of our hearing.
The intensity and the consistent presence of sonic textures such as machine noise, distorted high-frequency sounds, midrange drones, sub-sonic hums and the like have significantly shaped the contexts of our hearing.
Alligators can pinpoint the source of sounds because of large, air-filled channels connecting the two middle ears, new research…
Air-breathing fishes such as
Polypterus ornatipinnis laid foundations for modern ears.
A century-old mystery about how ancient freshwater fishes breathe has finally been put to rest, thanks to a study published today in Nature Communications by me and a team of ichthyologists. The fishes…
Adults who took music lessons as children but haven’t played in decades have a faster brain response to speech sound than…
Abracadabra: words can make the invisible visible.
Words that make objects appear from thin air are generally the stuff of the magical worlds of Harry Potter or The Hobbit…
Covering your ears won’t protect you from bone conduction advertising.
Just when you thought it was safe to have a nap on a train, the window you’re resting your head on might try to sell you a new app, skin cream or tickets to the theatre. Sky Deutschland has announced a…
Bone conduction technology enables commuters to hear advertisements via their skull – but how?
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Imagine this scenario: after a long day of work, you settle in a train seat, rest your head against the window and close your eyes for a well-earned nap - only instead of the soothing clickety-clack vibrations…