Resources to use

We have compiled a brief description of our current main findings from the research that has been conducted in our lab the past 10 years. 


Current Main Findings:


     Correlation between hearing  loss and tinnitus

     The expectations of audiologists and the expectations of patients with tinnitus differ

     Exercise and being physically fit can help alleviate tinnitus

     Brain at rest and tinnitus

     Processing emotional sounds

   Brain imaging is a replicable and reliable tool for determining who has tinnitus based on brain activation patterns

     Mindfulness based activities


A big Thank You!


The findings described above could not have been possible without your participation. We thank you for your continuous participation and if you have not already done so please complete the following survey: https://forms.gle/TrgyZwS3SW9uTYq2A





     American Tinnitus Association (www.ata.org/for-patients/about-tinnitus)

     Better Hearing Institute (www.betterhearing.org/)

     Ida Institute (https://idainstitute.com/toolbox/tinnitus/ )

     British Tinnitus Association (https://www.tinnitus.org.uk/)

     Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience Lab (www.acnlab.com)




     The Consumer Handbook on Tinnitus by Richard S. Tyler

     Tinnitus: A Self-management Guide for the Ringing in Your Ears by Jane L. Henry and Peter Wilson




     ReSound Tinnitus Relief

     Oticon Tinnitus Sound

     White Noise Free: sounds for sleep and relaxation

     Beltone Tinnitus Calmer