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Tinnitus Research: Improvement and Innovation

Baguley, David M.; Van Dijk, Pim; Knipper, Marlies

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Pim Van Dijk

Marlies Knipper


Until relatively recently it would have been justified to be critical of the standard of research into tinnitus. The sparse published literature was typified by studies with poor experimental design, low participant numbers, and research teams all from the same discipline. This situation has now undergone a transformation, with multidisciplinary research teams utilising modern neuroscience tools, in well designed and well powered studies. Clinical and neuroscientific perspectives are being brought to bear on tinnitus, and to place it within modern knowledge frameworks from imaging, auditory neuroscience, pharmacology, psychology, and medicine. This special issue of Trends in Hearing, entitled Innovations in Tinnitus Research, reflects the depth and breadth of the tinnitus field as it currently stands. The inception of the idea for the Special Issue was associated with the Tinnitus Research Initiative conference at the University of Regensburg, Germany in Spring 2018. This conference coincided with the closing conference of TINNET, a consortium of European


Baguley, D. M., Van Dijk, P., & Knipper, M. (2019). Tinnitus Research: Improvement and Innovation. Trends in Hearing, 23,

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Feb 14, 2019
Online Publication Date Mar 24, 2019
Publication Date 2019-01
Deposit Date Feb 26, 2019
Publicly Available Date Mar 28, 2019
Journal Trends in Hearing
Electronic ISSN 2331-2165
Publisher SAGE Publications
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 23
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