Journal of the American Academy of Audiology

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of the American Academy of Audiology is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Tone Burst Masseter Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials: Normative Values and Test–Retest Reliability14
“The Dichotic Digit Test” as an Index Indicator for Hearing Problem in Dementia: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis14
Psychometric Evaluation of the Hyperacusis Impact Questionnaire (HIQ) and Sound Sensitivity Symptoms Questionnaire (SSSQ) Using a Clinical Population of Adult Patients with Tinnitus Alone or Combined 13
Cartilage Conduction Hearing Aid Fitting in Clinical Practice13
Investigational Medicinal Products for the Inner Ear: Review of Clinical Trial Characteristics in ClinicalTrials.gov11
Vestibular Neuritis in Patients Among Different Age Groups: Clinical Features and Outcomes10
Behavioral Auditory Processing in Children and Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder10
Approaches to Treat Sensorineural Hearing Loss by Hair-Cell Regeneration: The Current State of Therapeutic Developments and Their Potential Impact on Audiological Clinical Practice10
Maximizing Cochlear Implant Outcomes with Short-Term Aural Rehabilitation10
A Content Analysis of YouTube Videos Related to Hearing Aids9
Changes in the Sensory Weighting Strategies in Balance Control Throughout Maturation in Children9
Hearing Health Care Utilization Following Automated Hearing Screening8
Why Ecological Momentary Assessment Surveys Go Incomplete: When It Happens and How It Impacts Data8
Comparison of In-Situ and Retrospective Self-Reports on Assessing Hearing Aid Outcomes8
Speech Recognition in Noise Using Binaural Diotic and Antiphasic Digits-in-Noise in Children: Maturation and Self-Test Validity8
Prediction of Behavioral T/C Levels in Cochlear Implant Patients Based Upon Analysis of Electrode Impedances7
Test-Retest Reliability of Ecological Momentary Assessment in Audiology Research7
Factors Associated with Speech-Recognition Performance in School-Aged Children with Cochlear Implants and Early Auditory-Verbal Intervention7
Consumer Ratings of the Most Desirable Hearing Aid Attributes6
Advancements in Stem Cell Technology and Organoids for the Restoration of Sensorineural Hearing Loss6
Effects of Tinnitus Sound Therapy Determined Using Subjective Measurements6
Tinnitus Activities Treatment with Total and Partial Masking6
Factors Influencing the Purchase Rate of Cartilage Conduction Hearing Aids6
Measures of Subjective Tinnitus: What Does Visual Analog Scale Stand for?5
Evaluation of Interexaminer Variability in Video Head Impulse Test Results5
Personal Characteristics Associated with Ecological Momentary Assessment Compliance in Adult Cochlear Implant Candidates and Users5
COVID-19 and Deafness: Impact of Face Masks on Speech Perception5
Association Between Cardiometabolic Factors and Dizziness in African Americans: The Jackson Heart Study5
Examination of Language, Behavioral, Academic, and Social Skills of Cochlear Implant Users in Early Primary Education5
Notched and Nonnotched Stimuli Are Equally Effective at the Mixing-Point Level in Sound Therapy for Tinnitus Relief5
Fit-to-Targets and Aided Speech Intelligibility Index Values for Hearing Aids Fitted to the DSL v5-Adult Prescription5
The Role of the Medial Olivocochlear Reflex in Acceptable Noise Level in Adults5
Insurance Payer Status Predicts Postoperative Speech Outcomes in Adult Cochlear Implant Recipients5
Safety and Efficacy of Implantation of the Bonebridge Active Transcutaneous Bone-Conduction Device Using Implant Lifts5
Music Listening Habits and Music Perception Abilities of Prelingually Deafened Adolescent Cochlear Implant Recipients4
Suprathreshold Auditory Measures for Detecting Early-Stage Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in Young Adults4
Agreement between the Skull Vibration-Induced Nystagmus Test and Semicircular Canal and Otolith Asymmetry4
Breaking Down Communication Barriers: Assessing the Need for Audiologists to Have Access to Clinically Relevant Sign Language4
Comparing Simultaneous Electrocochleography and Auditory Brainstem Response Measurements Using Three Different Extratympanic Electrodes4
Social Representation of “Hearing Loss” Among People with Hearing Loss: An Exploratory Cross-Cultural Study4
American Academy of Audiology Position Statement on Early Identification of Cytomegalovirus in Newborns4
Psychosocial Well-Being of Adults Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing4
The Effect of Hearing Aids on Sound Localization in Mild Unilateral Conductive Hearing Loss3
Automated Forced-Choice Tests of Speech Recognition3
The Accuracy of Smartphone Sound Level Meter Applications (SLMAs) in Measuring Sound Levels in Clinical Rooms3
Live Evaluation of Auditory Preference, a Laboratory Test for Evaluating Auditory Preference3
Hyperacusis and Misophonia: A Systematic Review of Psychometric Measures3
Validity of hearTest Smartphone-Based Audiometry for Hearing Screening in Workers Exposed to Noise3
Intelligibility of British- and American-Accented Sentences for American Younger and Older Listeners With and Without Hearing Loss3
Motivational Interviewing for Hearing Aid Use: A Systematic Meta-Analysis on Its Potential for Adult Patients with Hearing Loss3
Medial Olivocochlear Reflex Effect on Cochlear Response in Humans: Elicitor Side and Level3
The Impact of Neurocognitive Skills on Recognition of Spectrally Degraded Sentences3
Evaluation of Postinfection Hearing with Audiological Tests in Patients with COVID-19: A Case–Control Study3
Burnout in U.S. Audiologists3
Tinnitus Assessment and Management: A Survey of Practicing Audiologists in the United States and Canada3
Clinical Application and Psychometric Properties of a Swedish Translation of the Abbreviated Profile of Hearing Aid Benefit3
Ambient Noise Monitoring during Pure-Tone Audiometry3
Assessing Audiologists' Exposure, Knowledge, and Attitudes when Working with Individuals Within the Deaf Culture3
Automated Audiometry in Quiet and Simulated Exam Room Noise for Listeners with Normal Hearing and Impaired Hearing2
Prevalence of “Reversal Nystagmus” in Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo2
Counseling During Real Ear Measurements: The Clients' Perspective2
Speech Recognition in Noise in Single-Sided Deaf Cochlear Implant Children on Using Adaptive Digital Microphone Technology2
Venting Corrections Improve the Accuracy of Coupler-Based Simulated Real-Ear Verification for Use with Adult Hearing Aid Fittings2
Using the Repeat-Recall Test to Examine Factors Affecting Context Use2
Long-Term Effects of Hearing Aids on Hearing Ability in Patients with Sensorineural Hearing Loss2
Influence of Audibility and Distortion on Recognition of Reverberant Speech for Children and Adults with Hearing Aid Amplification2
MicroRNA Profiling in the Perilymph of Cochlear Implant Patients: Identifying Markers that Correlate to Audiological Outcomes2
AMBAND Bone-Conduction Headband2
Treatment of Mal de Debarquement Syndrome in an Audiology-Vestibular Clinic2
The Effect of Background Noise on Immediate Free Recall of Words in Younger and Older Listeners with Hearing Loss2
Evaluation of Automatic Directional Processing with Cochlear Implant Recipients2
Phonemically Balanced Arabic Monosyllabic Word Lists for Speech Audiometry Testing in Jordan2
Effect of Tympanostomy Tube Placement on Intraoperative Auditory Brainstem Response2
Wideband Absorbance in Ears with Retraction Pockets and Cholesteatomas: A Preliminary Study2
Preliminary Examination of the Incidence of and Factors Related to Hearing Tinnitus in Dreams2
Contralateral Masking in the Measurement of Auditory Brainstem Responses with Air-Conducted Tone Burst Stimuli in Individuals with Unilateral Hearing Loss2
Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials and Postural Control in Adults with Age-Related Hearing Loss2
Genetic Medicine for Hearing Loss: OTOF as Exemplar2
Effects of Stimulus Polarity on Amplitude-Modulated Cervical Vestibular-Evoked Myogenic Potentials2
Long-Term Impedance Trend in Cochlear Implant Users with Genetically Determined Congenital Profound Hearing Loss2
Testing Speech Perception with Cochlear Implants Through Digital Audio Streaming in a Virtual Sound Booth: A Feasibility Study2
From Bench to Booth: Examining Hair Cell Regeneration Through an Audiologist's Scope2
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