A Comparison of the Use of Apps and Social Media between Adults with and without Hearing Impairment; Results of the National Longitudinal Study on Hearing

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Category: Communication

Description: https://www.internetaudiology.com/2021/?p=presentations

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Objective: To study if adults with impaired hearing and those with normal hearing differ in: weekly use of smart devices, apps and social media; reasons for using social media; and benefits from using social media. Methods: Data were collected between 1 October 2016 and 1 April 2020, using an online questionnaire and hearing test. Hearing category was based on the hearing test. Results: Data were ...

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