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Pilot study of a smartphone-based tinnitus therapy using structured counseling and sound therapy: A multiple-baseline design with ecological momentary assessment

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Engelke, Milena ; Simões, Jorge ; Vogel, Carsten ; Schoisswohl, Stefan ; Schecklmann, Martin ; Wölflick, Stella ; Pryss, Rüdiger ; Probst, Thomas ; Langguth, Berthold ; Schlee, Winfried
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Tinnitus affects a considerable part of the population and develops into a severe disorder in some sufferers. App-based interventions are able to provide low-threshold, cost-effective, and location-independent care for tinnitus patients. Therefore, we developed a smartphone app combining structured counseling with sound therapy and conducted a pilot study to evaluate treatment compliance and ...


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