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Comparing Three Established Methods for Tinnitus Pitch Matching With Respect to Reliability, Matching Duration, and Subjective Satisfaction

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-412874
Neff, Patrick ; Langguth, Berthold ; Schecklmann, Martin ; Hannemann, Ronny ; Schlee, Winfried
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Abstract

The pitch of tinnitus sound is a key characteristic that is of importance to research and sound therapies relying on exact tinnitus pitch matches. The identification of this tinnitus pitch is a challenging task as there is no objective measurement available. During the tinnitus pitch-matching procedure, the participant identifies an external sound that is most similar to the subjective perception ...

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