Studies Related to Hearing loss current as of Saturday, September 26, 2020

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Auditory Neuropathy/Dys-synchrony Database

Looking For:

Infants, children and adults diagnosed with, or at risk for, auditory neuropathy/dys-synchrony

Compensation:
a good feeling about helping science, and information from the experts


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Complete Online Questionnaire about Fatigue

Looking For:
Parents of children age 6-17 with or without hearing loss and/or
Children age 11-17 with or without hearing loss

Compensation:
Each participant will be entered into a drawing to win a $200 gift card, pending an email address is provided


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Help us discover how children who are deaf and hard of hearing learn to read

Looking For:
Deaf and hard of hearing children ages 10-16 years old who use sign language and/or oral language, or both. No cochlear implants due to use of the MRI.

Compensation:
Yes


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Help us discover how children who are deaf and hard of hearing learn to read

Looking For:
Deaf and hard of hearing children ages 10-16 years old who use sign language and/or oral language, or both. No cochlear implant due to the MRI.

Compensation:
Yes


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The Effects of Visual and Auditory Stimulation on Exploration in Infancy

Looking For:

12-24 month infants with hearing loss

Compensation:
A T-shirt, toy or book, as well as $25.


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