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Older Adults and Hearing Loss: Additional Resources

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Humes L. E. (2005). Do 'auditory processing' tests measure auditory processing in the elderly? Ear and Hearing, 26(2), 109-119.

Humes, L. E., & Floyd, S. S. (2005). Measures of working memory, sequence learning, and speech recognition in the elderly. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 48, 224-235.

Humes, L. E., & Wilson, D. L. (2003). An examination of changes in hearing- aid performance and benefit in the elderly over a 3-year period of hearing- aid use. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 46(1), 137- 415.

Humes, L. E., & Wilson, D. L., Barlow, N. N., & Garner, C. (2002). Changes in hearing-aid benefit following 1 or 2 years of hearing-aid use by older adults. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 45, 772- 782.

Humes L. E., Wilson, D. L., Humes, A. C. (2003). Examination of differences between successful and unsuccessful elderly hearing aid candidates matched for age, hearing loss and gender. International Journal of Audiology, 42(7), 432-441.

Iwai, H., Lee, S., Inaba, M., Sugiura, K. Baba, S., Tomoda, K., Yamashita, T., & Ikehara, S. (2003). Correlation between accelerated presbycusis and decreased immune functions. Experimental Gerontology, 38(3), 319-325.

Jee, J., Wang, J.J., Rose, K. A., Lindley, R., Landau, P., & Mitchell, P. (2005). Vision and hearing impairment in aged care clients. Ophthalmic Epidemiology, 12(3), 199-205.

Jerger, J. (2005). Convergent evidence on aging. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 16(6), 332.

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