Decreased Speech-In-Noise Understanding in Young Adults with Tinnitus

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GILLES, Annick, Winny SCHLEE, Sarah RABAU, Kristien WOUTERS, Erik FRANSEN, Paul VAN DE HEYNING, 2016. Decreased Speech-In-Noise Understanding in Young Adults with Tinnitus. In: Frontiers in Neuroscience. 10, 288. ISSN 1662-4548. eISSN 1662-453X. Available under: doi: 10.3389/fnins.2016.00288

@article{Gilles2016-06-28Decre-39811, title={Decreased Speech-In-Noise Understanding in Young Adults with Tinnitus}, year={2016}, doi={10.3389/fnins.2016.00288}, volume={10}, issn={1662-4548}, journal={Frontiers in Neuroscience}, author={Gilles, Annick and Schlee, Winny and Rabau, Sarah and Wouters, Kristien and Fransen, Erik and Van de Heyning, Paul}, note={Article Number: 288} }

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