Auditory training reduces representation of the low frequencies in older adults with hearing loss but not in older adults with normal hearing. After training, response amplitudes in older adults with hearing loss decrease to levels in line with those of older adults with normal hearing. A significant training × test session interaction indicates that changes were seen only in the auditory training group. Both hearing groups who had auditory training also experienced improvements in speech-in-noise perception (QuickSIN), short-term memory, and attention.
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