Aging and Hearing

Causes and Consequences
 
Kiadás sorszáma: 1st ed. 2020
Kiadó: Springer
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This volume provides contemporary discussions on new developments in aging research. It serves as an important update on the current state of research on the aging auditory system.

Listening to All Voices: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Understanding Hearing in Aging



Karen S. Helfer and Edward L. Bartlett



Genetic and Molecular Aspects of the Aging Auditory System



Shinichi Someya and Mi-Jung Kim



The Aging Cochlea and Auditory Nerve



Kevin K. Ohlemiller and Christopher Spankovich



Age-Related Changes in the Auditory Brainstem and Inferior Colliculus



Josef Syka



Age-Related Changes in the Primate Auditory Cortex



Gregg Recanzone



The Aging Auditory System: Electrophysiology



Kelly C. Harris



Age-Related Changes in Segregation of Sound Sources



Frederick J. Gallun and Virginia Best



Causes and Consequences of Age-Related Hearing Loss



Jennifer A. Deal, Nicholas S. Reed, Emily C. Pedersen, and Frank R. Lin



Age-Related Changes in Speech Understanding: Peripheral versus Cognitive Influences



Sandra Gordon-Salant, Maureen J. Shader, and Arthur Wingfield



Aging, Hearing Loss, and Listening Effort: Imaging Studies of the Aging Listener



Stefanie E. Kuchinsky and Kenneth I. Vaden, Jr.



Functional Consequences of Impaired Hearing in Older Adults and Implications for Intervention



Larry E. Humes, M. Kathleen Pichora-Fuller, and Louise Hickson



Emerging Clinical Translational Treatment Strategies for Age-Related Hearing Loss



Robert D. Frisina, Carlos J. Cruz, Tanika T. Williamson, Xiaoxia Zhu, and Bo Ding



 

Hosszú leírás:

Since the first edition of the Aging Auditory System volume (in 2009), there has been a tremendous amount of research in basic, translational, and clinical sciences related to age-related changes in auditory system structure and function. The new research has been driven by technical and conceptual advances in auditory neuroscience at multiple levels ranging from cells to cognition. The chapters in Aging and Hearing: Causes and Consequences span a broad range of topics and appeal to a relatively wide audience. Our goal in this volume is to put together state-of-the-art discussions about new developments in aging research that will appeal to a broad audience, serving as an important update on the current state of research on the aging auditory system.  This update includes not only the recent research, but also consideration of how human and animal studies or translational and basic research are working in tandem to advance the field. This new edition is a natural complement to the previous SHAR volume on the aging auditory system edited by Gordon-Salant, Frisina, Popper, and Fay.

The target audience for this volume will be graduate students, researchers, and academic faculty from a range of disciplines (psychology, hearing science/audiology, physiology, neuroscience, engineering). It also will appeal to clinical audiologists as well as to researchers working in the hearing device industry. Individuals who attend conferences sponsored by the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Acoustical Society of America, Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience Society, American Auditory Society, Society for Neuroscience, American Speech, Language and Hearing Association, and the American Academy of Audiology (among others) are likely to find value in the volume.

Tartalomjegyzék:

1. Listening to All Voices: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Understanding Hearing in Aging



Karen S. Helfer and Edward L. Bartlett



 



2. Genetic and Molecular Aspects of the Aging Auditory System



Shinichi Someya and Mi-Jung Kim



 



3. The Aging Cochlea and Auditory Nerve



Kevin K. Ohlemiller and Christopher Spankovich



 



4. Age-Related Changes in the Auditory Brainstem and Inferior Colliculus



Josef Syka



 



5. Age-Related Changes in the Primate Auditory Cortex



Gregg Recanzone



 



6. The Aging Auditory System: Electrophysiology



Kelly C. Harris



 



7. Age-Related Changes in Segregation of Sound Sources



Frederick J. Gallun and Virginia Best



 



8. Causes and Consequences of Age-Related Hearing Loss



Jennifer A. Deal, Nicholas S. Reed, Emily C. Pedersen, and Frank R. Lin



 



9. Age-Related Changes in Speech Understanding: Peripheral versus Cognitive Influences



Sandra Gordon-Salant, Maureen J. Shader, and Arthur Wingfield



 



10. Aging, Hearing Loss, and Listening Effort: Imaging Studies of the Aging Listener



Stefanie E. Kuchinsky and Kenneth I. Vaden, Jr.



 



11. Functional Consequences of Impaired Hearing in Older Adults and Implications for Intervention



Larry E. Humes, M. Kathleen Pichora-Fuller, and Louise Hickson



 



12. Emerging Clinical Translational Treatment Strategies for Age-Related Hearing Loss



Robert D. Frisina, Carlos J. Cruz, Tanika T. Williamson, Xiaoxia Zhu, and Bo Ding