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1. Modifiable lifestyle-related risk factors for tinnitus in the general population: an overview of smoking, alcohol, body mass index and caffeine intake
2. Using a Visual Analog Scale (VAS) to measure tinnitus-related distress and loudness: Investigating correlations using the Mini-TQ questionnaire results of participants from the TrackYourTinnitus platform
Albi Dode, Muntazir Mehdi, Rüdiger Pryss, Winfried Schlee and Thomas Probst
3. The spatial percept of tinnitus is associated with hearing asymmetry: subgroup comparisons
Eleni Genitsaridi, Niklas Edvall, Derek James Hoare, Christopher R. Cederroth and Deborah Ann Hall
4. Advancing tinnitus research and researcher training: a case study review and future perspectives
Derek James Hoare and Winfried Schlee
5. Investigation of the effect of HD-tDCS on tinnitus in a large patient cohort.
6. Data driven identification of tinnitus subtypes: a latent class analysis of a large sample
7. Effects of Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA) induced monitoring on tinnitus experience: a multiple-baseline single-case experiment
Matheus P C G Lourenco
8. Smartphone based Ecological Momentary Assessment of Tinnitus
9. Gender differentiates effects of acoustic stimulation in Tinnitus patients
10. Reflections on a 5-Year Mobile Crowdsensing Ride for Tinnitus Research from a Technical Viewpoint
11. Investigating the variability of Minimum Masking Levels for tinnitus subtyping
Jose L. Santacruz
12. Cluster analysis of neural oscillatory correlates of hyperacusis in chronic tinnitus
13. Unification of treatments and Interventions for Tinnitus patients - the UNITI project
14. Electrophysiological evaluation of high and low frequency transcranial random noise stimulation over the auditory cortex
15. Time-Lagged Cross-Correlation of Tinnitus Symptoms Using Ecological Momentary Assessment
16. Effectiveness of bimodal auditory and electrical stimulation’ treatment in patients with tinnitus: A pilot study
17. Multidisciplinary tinnitus research: challenges and future directions
18. Application of Latent Growth Curve Modeling to Predict Individual Trajectories during Neurofeedback Treatment for Tinnitus
Progress in Brain Research series highlights new advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters. Each chapter is written by an international board of authors.
- Provides the authority and expertise of leading contributors from an international board of authors
- Presents the latest release in the Progress in Brain Research series
- Updated release includes the latest information on the results from the European Graduate School for Interdisciplinary Tinnitus Research
Undergraduates, graduates, academics, and researchers in the topic of tinnitus
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- 1st May 2021
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Winfried Schlee is at University of Regensburg, Germany.
University of Regensburg, Germany
Berthold Langguth is at University of Regensburg, Germany.
University of Regensburg, Germany
Tobias Kleinjung is at University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland.
University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland
Sven Vanneste is at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Dirk de Ridder is at University of Otago, New Zealand.
University of Otago, New Zealand
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