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Notched Acoustic Stimulus and Tinnitus: A Treatment Intervention Using a Randomization Test Approach
(East Carolina University, 2014)
Musical training has considerable effects on human brain plasticity and music listening has been investigated as a means of treating tinnitus. In a laboratory setting, tailor-made notched music has been shown to reduce ...
Priming Anxiety into People who Stutter: Arousal's Influence on Fluency
(East Carolina University, 2008-11)
Many experimental psychologists (Bargh, Chen & Burrows, 1996; Berner & Maier, 2004; Bowers, 1999; Chartrand, VanBaaren & Bargh, 2006; Chen & Haviland-Jones, 2000; Hazlett, Dawson, Schell & Filion, 1990; Macky-Sim & Laing, ...
The Effect of Word Familiarity and Treatment Approach on Word Retrieval Skills in Aphasia
(East Carolina University, 2010)
The purpose of this investigation was to examine the influence of subjective word familiarity on word retrieval ability and responsiveness to short, intensive aphasia treatment. Four native English-speaking participants ...
Functional Aging of the Inner Ear Sensory Systems in Mouse Models of Age-Related Hearing Loss
(East Carolina University, 2009)
Age related structural and functional change in the cochlea have been well described and predisposing factors including genetic background, gender, and environmental factors have been identified. To date, nine genetic loci ...