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April 1950: Bollettino Della Società Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale
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April 1950: Bollettino Della Società Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale
B Kroener-Herwig, E Biesinger, F Gerhards, G Goebel, K Verena Greimel, W Hiller
Tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT), as conceived of mainly by PJ Jastreboff, has recently received increasing attention in the media, as well as in seminars and congresses on treatment methods for chronic tinnitus. It is often claimed, though not explicitly in scientific publications, that TRT is currently the most efficacious therapy for tinnitus, obtaining improvement rates exceeding 80%. This assertion is highly significant in light of the most likely increasing prevalence of chronic tinnitus and ensuing urgent demand for effective therapies...
2000: Scandinavian Audiology
C Nedelec-Ciceri, A Anguenot, M P Rosier, P A Joseph, D Vincent, C Branchu, A Pointreau, D Latinville
A 80-year-old woman, right-handed, suddenly felt the impression to be deaf. Besides, she presented language disorders of aphasic type relating to a sensorial transcortical aphasia. The case meets the diagnostic criteria for crossed aphasia. The magnetic resonance imaging showed a right temporo-parietal infarct. There was no sensorial or peripheral auditive disorder and no auditory agnosia of non verbal modality. During the evolution, the aphasic symptoms diminished partially and the subjective auditory deficit of the left ear continued...
November 1996: Revue Neurologique
P Johannesma, A Aertsen
The field of investigation is the neural representation of acoustic stimuli occurring in the natural environment of the frog. The point of departure is the description of a stimulus ensemble consisting of natural sounds: the acoustic biotope. A relation of statistical and dimensional structure of the acoustic biotope is indicated. The animal used in the neurophysiological experiments is the grass frog, Rana temporaria L.; microelectrode recordings are made in the auditory midbrain. A method is described to determine the existence of a relation between acoustic stimulus and neural events...
August 1982: Journal of Medical Systems
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