Spring 2016 References
"Statistics: Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids,” page 4:
- Lin, Frank; Niparko, John; Ferruci, Luigi. "Hearing Loss Prevalence in the United States." Archives of Internal Medicine, November 14, 2011. 171(20): 1851-1852.
- NIDCD, Quick Statistics About Hearing.
- NIDCD. Fact Sheet on Noise-Induced Hearing Loss. Washington, DC: HHS, 1998.
- Niskar, A.S.; Kieszak, S.M.; et al. "Estimated Prevalence of Noise-Induced Hearing Threshold Shifts Among Children 6 to 19 Years of Age: The Third National Health and Nutritional Examination Survey: 1988-1994, United States." Pediatrics, 2001; 108: 40-43.
- Hearing Center of Excellence.
- Larson, Vernon et. al. "Efficacy of Three Commonly Used Hearing Aid Circuits." JAMA, October 11, 2000; 284 (14): 1806-13.
- Kochkin, Sergei. "MarkeTrak VIII: The Key Influencing Factors in Hearing Aid Purchase Intent." Hearing Review, March 2012; 19(3):12-25.
- Lin, Frank. "Hearing Loss in Older Adults: Who's Listening?" JAMA, March 21, 2012; 307(11): 1147-1148.
- Lin, Frank; Ferrucci, Luigi. "Hearing Loss and Falls Among Older Adults in the United States." Archives of Internal Medicine, February 27, 2012; 172(4): 369-371.
- Kochkin, Sergei; Rogin, Carole. "Quantifying the Obvious: The Impact of Hearing Instruments on Quality of Life." The Hearing Review, January 2000.
- Boi, Raffaella; Raca, Luca et al. "Hearing Loss and Depressive Symptoms in Elderly Patients." Geriatrics and Gerontology International, July 2012; 12 (3): 440-445.
"Common Myths About Hearing Loss—Dispelled," page 12:
- Martini, A. et al. “Aging, Cognitive Load, Dementia, and Hearing Loss.” Audiology and Neurotology, February 2015.
- Lin, Frank R. et al. “Hearing Loss Prevalence in the United States.” Archives of Internal Medicine. November 14, 2011.
- World Health Organization (WHO). “1.1 Billion People at Risk of Hearing Loss.” Press release, February 27, 2015.
- Kochkin, Sergei. “MarkeTrak VII: Hearing Loss Population Tops 31 Million People.” The Hearing Review, July 2005.
- Center for Hearing and Communication. “Statistics and Facts About Hearing Loss.”
- WHO. “Deafness and Hearing Loss, Fact sheet N°300.” Updated March 2015.
- Timmer, Barbra. “It May Be Mild, Slight, or Minimal, But It’s Not Insignificant.” Hearing Review. April 9, 2014
- WHO. “Mortality and Burden of Diseases and Prevention of Blindness and Deafness.” 2012.
- Goycoolea, M.V. et al. “Effect of Life in Industrialized Societies on Hearing in Natives of Easter Island.” Laryngoscope, December 1986.
- Møller, Kimi Nina, and Jespersen, Charlotte T. “What Are Some Common Misconceptions of Mild Hearing Loss?” Audiology Online, December 9, 2013.
- Kochkin, Sergei. “MarkeTrak VIII: Patients Report Improved Quality of Life With Hearing Aid Usage.” Hearing Journal, June 2011.
"The Pros and Cons of PSAPs," page 20:
- FDA Draft Guidance Report on Regulatory Requirements for Hearing Aid Devices and Personal Sound Amplification Products.
- HLAA’s Comments Regarding the Nov. 7, 2013, FDA Draft Guidance Report on Regulatory Requirements for Hearing Aid Devices and Personal Sound Amplification Products (PSAPs).
- Harris Communications.
- Federal Trade Commission on Buying a Hearing Aid.
- “Dr. Frank Lin Details Consequences of Age-Related Hearing Loss and Future Avenues at Academy of Doctors of Audiology Convention Keynote.” Hearing Review, November 11, 2014.
- “IOM-NRC Hosts ‘Hearing Loss and Healthy Aging’ Workshop.” Hearing Review, February 4, 2014.
- “Hearing Loss and Healthy Aging: Workshop Summary.” [Also available here.] National Academies Press (NAP), July 30, 2014.
- President’s Council of Advisers on Science and Technology (PCAST) Hearing Technology Report, October 2015.
- PCAST. “Aging America & Hearing Loss: Imperative of Improved Hearing Technologies.” September 2015.
- Food and Drug Administration (FDA). “The FDA Engages Stakeholders on Opportunities to Improve Hearing Aid Usage and Innovation.” Press release, January 6, 2016.
- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). “FDA Opens Door to Changing Regulations on Hearing Aids, PSAPs.” January 12, 2016.
- ASHA. “ASHA’s Public Comments to PCAST Letter.” November 19, 2015.
“Recent Work by Hearing Health Foundation Scientists, Explained,” page 38:
- Geng, Ruishuang; Noda, Teppei; Mulvaney, Joanna F.; Lin, Vincent Y.W.; Edge, Albert S. B.; and Dabdoub, Alain. “Comprehensive Expression of Wnt Signaling Pathway Genes during Development and Maturation of the Mouse Cochlea.” PLoS One, February 9, 2016.
- Walters, Brandon J. et al. “Pseudo-Immortalization of Postnatal Cochlear Progenitor Cells Yields a Scalable Cell Line Capable of Transcriptionally Regulating Mature Hair Cell Genes,” Scientific Reports, December 7, 2015.
- Zou, Junhuang et al. “Individual USH2 Proteins Make Distinct Contributions to the Ankle Link Complex During Development of the Mouse Cochlear Stereociliary Bundle,” Human Molecular Genetics, October 11, 2015; and Chen, Qiang et al. “Whirlin and PDZ Domain-Containing 7 (PDZD7) Proteins Are Both Required to Form the Quaternary Protein Complex Associated With Usher Syndrome Type 2,” Journal of Biological Chemistry, December 26, 2014.
- Walters, Bradley J. et al. “Sox2-CreER mice are useful for fate mapping of mature, but not neonatal, cochlear supporting cells in hair cell regeneration studies,” Scientific Reports, June 25, 2015.
- “Professor Seeks to Improve Diagnosis Process of Ménière’s Disease,” Missouri State University, January 7, 2016. Republished by permission.