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March-April 2014
Volume 16 | Issue 69
Page Nos. 69-135

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Relation of distortion product otoacoustic emission and tinnitus in normal hearing patients: A pilot study p. 69
Datt Modh, Ashish Katarkar, Noorain Alam, Anil Jain, Pankaj Shah
DOI:10.4103/1463-1741.132078  PMID:24804709
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Tinnitus among Serbian secondary school students in relation to their behavior and habits p. 73
Zoran Marmut, Goran Belojevic, Dusan Backovic, Jelena Ilic Zivojinovic, Milena Tomanic, Ema Hadzic
DOI:10.4103/1463-1741.132080  PMID:24804710
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Cognitive skills and the effect of noise on perceived effort in employees with aided hearing impairment and normal hearing p. 79
Håkan Hua, Magnus Emilsson, Rachel Ellis, Stephen Widén, Claes Möller, Björn Lyxell
DOI:10.4103/1463-1741.132085  PMID:24804711
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Raynaud's phenomenon among men and women with noise-induced hearing loss in relation to vibration exposure p. 89
Hans Pettersson, Lage Burström, Tohr Nilsson
DOI:10.4103/1463-1741.132087  PMID:24804712
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Neighborhood noise pollution as a determinant of displaced aggression: A pilot study p. 95
Angel Dzhambov, Donka Dimitrova
DOI:10.4103/1463-1741.132090  PMID:24804713
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Asymmetry in noise-induced hearing loss: Evaluation of two competing theories p. 102
Richard L Berg, William Pickett, James G Linneman, Douglas J Wood, Barbara Marlenga
DOI:10.4103/1463-1741.132092  PMID:24804714
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Evaluation of the olivocochlear efferent reflex strength in the susceptibility to temporary hearing deterioration after music exposure in young adults p. 108
Keppler Hannah, Dhooge Ingeborg, Maes Leen, Bockstael Annelies, Philips Birgit, Swinnen Freya, Vinck Bart
DOI:10.4103/1463-1741.132094  PMID:24804715
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Possible psychological mechanisms for "wind turbine syndrome". On the windmills of your mind Highly accessed article p. 116
G James Rubin, Miriam Burns, Simon Wessely
DOI:10.4103/1463-1741.132099  PMID:24804716
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Insights from the first international conference on hyperacusis: Causes, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment p. 123
Hashir Aazh, Don McFerran, Richard Salvi, Deepak Prasher, Margaret Jastreboff, Pawel Jastreboff
DOI:10.4103/1463-1741.132100  PMID:24804717
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Fit for the frontline? A focus group exploration of auditory tasks carried out by infantry and combat support personnel p. 127
Zoë L Bevis, Hannah D Semeraro, Rachel M van Besouw, Daniel Rowan, Ben Lineton, Adrian J Allsopp
DOI:10.4103/1463-1741.132101  PMID:24804718
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