All Relations between Tinnitus and cognitive processing

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Yihsin Tai, Somayeh Shahsavarani, Rafay A Khan, Sara A Schmidt, Fatima T Husai. An Inverse Relationship Between Gray Matter Volume and Speech-in-Noise Performance in Tinnitus Patients with Normal Hearing Sensitivity. Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology : JARO vol issue 2023 36869165 although brain structural changes such as reduced gray matter (gm) volume in auditory and cognitive processing regions have been reported in the tinnitus population, it remains unclear how such changes influence speech understanding, such as sin performance. 2023-03-03 2023-03-06 human
Min-Hee Ahn, Sung Kwang Hong, Byoung-Kyong Mi. The absence of resting-state high-gamma cross-frequency coupling in patients with tinnitus. Hearing research vol 356 issue 2018 29097049 since low-frequency phase and high-frequency amplitude coupling reflects inter-regional communication during cognitive processing, and given the absence of frontal modulation in patients with tinnitus, we hypothesized that tinnitus might be related to impaired prefrontal top-down inhibitory control. 2018-07-16 2023-01-26 human
Reza Zarenoe, Mathias H\\xc3\\xa4llgren, Gerhard Andersson, Torbj\\xc3\\xb6rn Ledi. Working Memory, Sleep, and Hearing Problems in Patients with Tinnitus and Hearing Loss Fitted with Hearing Aids. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology vol 28 issue 2 2018 28240981 as it is possible that tinnitus influences concentration, and thus is likely to disturb cognitive processing, the role of cognitive functioning also needs to be investigated. 2018-02-28 2023-01-26 Not clear
Sven Vanneste, Margriet Faber, Berthold Langguth, Dirk De Ridde. The neural correlates of cognitive dysfunction in phantom sounds. Brain research vol 1642 issue 2017 27016059 nineteen patients with tinnitus and fifteen healthy controls performed different cognitive processing tasks and underwent an eeg with source analysis to investigate the relationship between tinnitus loudness, tinnitus distress and tinnitus duration, cognitive impairment and neurophysiological changes in the hippocampus. 2017-05-22 2023-01-25 Not clear
Zhicheng Li, Ruolei Gu, Xiangli Zeng, Weifang Zhong, Min Qi, Jintian Ce. Attentional Bias in Patients with Decompensated Tinnitus: Prima Facie Evidence from Event-Related Potentials. Audiology & neuro-otology vol 21 issue 1 2016 26800229 the influence of tinnitus on cognitive processing is at the cutting edge of ongoing tinnitus research. 2016-12-13 2023-01-25 Not clear
Pia Lau, Miriam Miesen, Robert Wunderlich, Alwina Stein, Alva Engell, Andreas Wollbrink, Alexander L Gerlach, Markus Jungh\\xc3\\xb6fer, Thomas Ehring, Christo Pante. The Relevance of Interoception in Chronic Tinnitus: Analyzing Interoceptive Sensibility and Accuracy. BioMed research international vol 2015 issue 2016 26583114 in order to better understand tinnitus and distress associated with tinnitus, psychological variables such as emotional and cognitive processing are a central element in theoretical models of this debilitating condition. 2016-08-31 2023-01-25 human
Saeid Mahmoudian, Mohammad Farhadi, Mojtaba Najafi-Koopaie, Ehsan Darestani-Farahani, Mehrnaz Mohebbi, Reinhard Dengler, Karl-Heinz Esser, Hamed Sadjedi, Behrouz Salamat, Ali A Danesh, Thomas Lenar. Central auditory processing during chronic tinnitus as indexed by topographical maps of the mismatch negativity obtained with the multi-feature paradigm. Brain research vol 1527 issue 2014 23810454 these three measures could differentiate the cognitive processing disturbances in tinnitus sufferers. 2014-03-14 2023-01-25 human
Fatima T Husain, Nathan M Pajor, Jason F Smith, H Jeff Kim, Susan Rudy, Christopher Zalewski, Carmen Brewer, Barry Horwit. Discrimination task reveals differences in neural bases of tinnitus and hearing impairment. PloS one vol 6 issue 10 2012 22066003 we investigated auditory perception and cognitive processing in individuals with chronic tinnitus or hearing loss using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fmri). 2012-03-15 2023-01-25 human
J Attias, I Bresloff, V Furman, D Urbac. Auditory event related potentials in simulated tinnitus. Journal of basic and clinical physiology and pharmacology vol 6 issue 2 1996 8573561 this study considered whether these alterations occurred as a consequence of the competing auditory tinnitus sensation or as a result of a possible cognitive processing dysfunction in nit patients. 1996-03-11 2023-01-24 human