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Association Between Residual Inhibition and Neural Activity in Patients with Tinnitus: Protocol for a Controlled Within- and Between-Subject Comparison Study

Association Between Residual Inhibition and Neural Activity in Patients with Tinnitus: Protocol for a Controlled Within- and Between-Subject Comparison Study

To minimize variance across subjects, a within-subject measurement comparing the brain activity during a baseline period (tinnitus with abnormal brain activity) with a period after the suppression of tinnitus (stabilization of abnormal activity) may overcome

Suyi Hu, Lukas Anschuetz, Markus E Huth, Raphael Sznitman, Daniela Blaser, Martin Kompis, Deborah A Hall, Marco Caversaccio, Wilhelm Wimmer

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(1):e12270


Defining Symptom Concepts in Chronic Subjective Tinnitus: Web-Based Discussion Forum Study

Defining Symptom Concepts in Chronic Subjective Tinnitus: Web-Based Discussion Forum Study

This step requires a clear and fully elaborated definition for each, moving from an abstract or a vague concept to an operationalized and a measurable construct.

Alice Hibbert, Markku Vesala, Micky Kerr, Kathryn Fackrell, Stephen Harrison, Harriet Smith, Deborah Ann Hall

Interact J Med Res 2020;9(1):e14446


Mobile Phone and Tablet Apps to Support Young People’s Management of Their Physical Long-Term Conditions: A Systematic Review Protocol

Mobile Phone and Tablet Apps to Support Young People’s Management of Their Physical Long-Term Conditions: A Systematic Review Protocol

A long-term or chronic condition is defined as a health condition that, at the time of diagnosis, is predicted to last longer than 3 months [3] (hereafter described as a long-term condition).

Rabiya Majeed-Ariss, Andrew G Hall, Janet McDonagh, Deborah Fallon, Veronica Swallow

JMIR Res Protoc 2015;4(2):e40


Measuring the Lifespace of People With Parkinson’s Disease Using Smartphones: Proof of Principle

Measuring the Lifespace of People With Parkinson’s Disease Using Smartphones: Proof of Principle

Xue et al [15] suggested that leaving the home less than four times a week was a risk factor or marker for future frailty, regardless of the way in which community mobility occurred or if assistance was required.As Lifespace is a construct that fits within

Jacki Liddle, David Ireland, Simon J McBride, Sandra G Brauer, Leanne M Hall, Hang Ding, Mohan Karunanithi, Paul W Hodges, Deborah Theodoros, Peter A Silburn, Helen J Chenery

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2014;2(1):e13