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Noise and the brain: experience dependent developmental and adult plasticity/ by Jos J. Eggermont

By: Eggermont, Jos J
Material type: TextTextPublisher: San Diego: Elsevier, 2014Description: xvii., 374 p.: 23 cmsISBN: 012415994X; 9780124159945Subject(s): Brain | Neuroplasticity | Neurophysiology | Auditory PerceptionOther classification: 616.89-008.3
Contents:
1.Introduction -- 1.1.Discovery of Noise as a Cause of Hearing Loss -- 1.2.Experimental Studies in Animals and the Establishment of the Neural Substrates of Hearing -- 1.3.Towards the Estimation of Exposure Levels not Causing Permanent Hearing Loss -- 1.4.Towards Legal Limits of Occupational Noise Exposure Levels -- 1.5.The Surging Manifestation of Recreational Noise -- 1.6.The Emergence of Noise Annoyance -- 1.7.Long-Term Exposure to Sound at Levels Well below the Legal Limits Causes Changes in the Central Auditory System -- 1.8.The Need to Move beyond Threshold Audiometry as an Indicator of Safe Exposure Levels -- 1.9.Prevention as the Best Solution -- References -- 2.Epidemiology, Etiology and Genetics of Hearing Problems -- 2.1.Epidemiology and Etiology -- 2.2.Genetic Basis of NIHL -- 2.3.Summary -- References -- 3.Neural Substrates of Noise-Induced Hearing Loss -- 3.1.Structural Changes in the Auditory System Following Noise Trauma -- : 3.2.Behavioral and Neural Changes -- 3.3.Molecular Changes -- 3.4.Summary -- References -- 4.Effects of Nondamaging Sound on the Developing Brain -- 4.1.Animal Studies -- 4.2.Human Studies -- 4.3.Effects of Noise on School-Age Children -- 4.4.Music and Music Training -- 4.5.Detection of Affected Brains -- 4.6.Summary -- References -- 5.Effects of Deafness on the Young Brain -- 5.1.Overview -- 5.2.Newborn Hearing Screening -- 5.3.Effects of Sensorineural Hearing Loss -- 5.4.Conductive Hearing Loss -- 5.5.Effects of Cochlear Implantation -- 5.6.Performance in Early and Late Implanted Children -- 5.7.Summary -- References -- 6.Speech Understanding in Noise -- 6.1.Effects of Noise and Reverberation on Speech Perception: Role of Age -- 6.2.Adult Hearing in Noise -- 6.3.Aging and Speech Perception -- 6.4.Electrophysiology and Imaging -- 6.5.Summary -- References -- 7.Effects of "Nondamaging Sound" on the Adult Auditory Brain -- 7.1.Introduction -- 7.2.Auditory Plasticity in Human Adults -- 7.3.Animal Studies of Adult Auditory Plasticity -- 7.4.Brain Changes Following Long-Term Exposure to "Safe" Noise Levels -- 7.5.Putative Mechanisms and Implications for Clinical Audiology -- 7.6.Summary -- References -- 8.Noise and the Aging Brain -- 8.1.Causes of Aging -- 8.2.Age-Related Hearing Impairment and Presbycusis -- 8.3.Animal Models for Age-Related Hearing Impairment -- 8.4.Neural Transmitter and Receptor Changes with Age -- 8.5.Genetics of Presbycusis -- 8.6.Psychological Aspects -- 8.7.Comparison of ARHI with NIHL -- 8.8.Summary -- References -- 9.Music and the Brain -- 9.1.The "Good" Aspects of Music -- 9.2.Music and Language -- 9.3.The "Bad" Aspects of Music -- 9.4.Benefit of Music after All? -- 9.5.Summary -- References -- 10.Nonauditory Effects of Noise -- 10.1.Annoyance -- 10.2.Stress -- 10.3.Sleep -- 10.4.Cardiovascular Effects -- 10.5.What Causes the Nonauditory Effects of Noise? -- 505 0_ $aContents note continued: 10.6.Summary -- References -- 11.Noise in the Brain -- 11.1.Phantom Sounds -- 11.2.Relationship to NIHL and ARHI -- 11.3.Where in the Brain is Tinnitus? -- 11.4.Listening to Tinnitus -- 11.5.Nonauditory Effects of Tinnitus -- 11.6.Similarities of Tinnitus and Environmental Sound Effects on the Brain -- 11.7.Summary -- References -- 12.Protection Against Noise-Induced Brain Changes -- 12.1.Drug-Based Protection -- 12.2.Sound-Based Protection -- 12.3.The Role of the Olivocochlear Bundle in Protection -- 12.4.Short Duration Stress Protects -- 12.5.Hormonal Factors -- 12.6.Delaying Age-Related Hearing Loss -- 12.7.Earlier Diagnosis to Reduce the Impact -- 12.8.Hearing Protection Devices -- 12.9.Changing the Attitudes about Noise -- 12.10.Introducing New Legal Standards? -- 12.11.Summary -- References.
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1.Introduction -- 1.1.Discovery of Noise as a Cause of Hearing Loss -- 1.2.Experimental Studies in Animals and the Establishment of the Neural Substrates of Hearing -- 1.3.Towards the Estimation of Exposure Levels not Causing Permanent Hearing Loss -- 1.4.Towards Legal Limits of Occupational Noise Exposure Levels -- 1.5.The Surging Manifestation of Recreational Noise -- 1.6.The Emergence of Noise Annoyance -- 1.7.Long-Term Exposure to Sound at Levels Well below the Legal Limits Causes Changes in the Central Auditory System -- 1.8.The Need to Move beyond Threshold Audiometry as an Indicator of Safe Exposure Levels -- 1.9.Prevention as the Best Solution -- References -- 2.Epidemiology, Etiology and Genetics of Hearing Problems -- 2.1.Epidemiology and Etiology -- 2.2.Genetic Basis of NIHL -- 2.3.Summary -- References -- 3.Neural Substrates of Noise-Induced Hearing Loss -- 3.1.Structural Changes in the Auditory System Following Noise Trauma --
: 3.2.Behavioral and Neural Changes -- 3.3.Molecular Changes -- 3.4.Summary -- References -- 4.Effects of Nondamaging Sound on the Developing Brain -- 4.1.Animal Studies -- 4.2.Human Studies -- 4.3.Effects of Noise on School-Age Children -- 4.4.Music and Music Training -- 4.5.Detection of Affected Brains -- 4.6.Summary -- References -- 5.Effects of Deafness on the Young Brain -- 5.1.Overview -- 5.2.Newborn Hearing Screening -- 5.3.Effects of Sensorineural Hearing Loss -- 5.4.Conductive Hearing Loss -- 5.5.Effects of Cochlear Implantation -- 5.6.Performance in Early and Late Implanted Children -- 5.7.Summary -- References -- 6.Speech Understanding in Noise -- 6.1.Effects of Noise and Reverberation on Speech Perception: Role of Age -- 6.2.Adult Hearing in Noise -- 6.3.Aging and Speech Perception -- 6.4.Electrophysiology and Imaging -- 6.5.Summary -- References -- 7.Effects of "Nondamaging Sound" on the Adult Auditory Brain -- 7.1.Introduction --
7.2.Auditory Plasticity in Human Adults -- 7.3.Animal Studies of Adult Auditory Plasticity -- 7.4.Brain Changes Following Long-Term Exposure to "Safe" Noise Levels -- 7.5.Putative Mechanisms and Implications for Clinical Audiology -- 7.6.Summary -- References -- 8.Noise and the Aging Brain -- 8.1.Causes of Aging -- 8.2.Age-Related Hearing Impairment and Presbycusis -- 8.3.Animal Models for Age-Related Hearing Impairment -- 8.4.Neural Transmitter and Receptor Changes with Age -- 8.5.Genetics of Presbycusis -- 8.6.Psychological Aspects -- 8.7.Comparison of ARHI with NIHL -- 8.8.Summary -- References -- 9.Music and the Brain -- 9.1.The "Good" Aspects of Music -- 9.2.Music and Language -- 9.3.The "Bad" Aspects of Music -- 9.4.Benefit of Music after All? -- 9.5.Summary -- References -- 10.Nonauditory Effects of Noise -- 10.1.Annoyance -- 10.2.Stress -- 10.3.Sleep -- 10.4.Cardiovascular Effects -- 10.5.What Causes the Nonauditory Effects of Noise? --
505 0_ $aContents note continued: 10.6.Summary -- References -- 11.Noise in the Brain -- 11.1.Phantom Sounds -- 11.2.Relationship to NIHL and ARHI -- 11.3.Where in the Brain is Tinnitus? -- 11.4.Listening to Tinnitus -- 11.5.Nonauditory Effects of Tinnitus -- 11.6.Similarities of Tinnitus and Environmental Sound Effects on the Brain -- 11.7.Summary -- References -- 12.Protection Against Noise-Induced Brain Changes -- 12.1.Drug-Based Protection -- 12.2.Sound-Based Protection -- 12.3.The Role of the Olivocochlear Bundle in Protection -- 12.4.Short Duration Stress Protects -- 12.5.Hormonal Factors -- 12.6.Delaying Age-Related Hearing Loss -- 12.7.Earlier Diagnosis to Reduce the Impact -- 12.8.Hearing Protection Devices -- 12.9.Changing the Attitudes about Noise -- 12.10.Introducing New Legal Standards? -- 12.11.Summary -- References.

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