The consequences of tinnitus and tinnitus severity on cognition: A review of the behavioural evidence.

Abstract:

:People with tinnitus report anecdotal difficulties in mental concentration and psychological treatments for tinnitus advise on concentration difficulties and how to manage them. Yet the literature lacks any coherent discussion about what precise theoretical cognitive constructs might be mediating reported concentration problems. This review addresses this gap by describing and critically appraising the behavioural evidence for the effects of tinnitus on cognitive performance (namely working memory and attention). Empirical evidence is somewhat limited, but there is some support that tinnitus interferes with executive attention, and mixed support that it impairs working memory and selective attention. We highlight a number of methodological considerations to help drive the field forward and we propose a putative model of the complex inter-relationships between tinnitus, cognition and confounding factors. This model provides a basis for hypothesis testing.

journal_name

Hear Res

journal_title

Hearing research

authors

Mohamad N,Hoare DJ,Hall DA

doi

10.1016/j.heares.2015.10.001

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2016-02-01 00:00:00

pages

199-209

eissn

0378-5955

issn

1878-5891

pii

S0378-5955(15)30055-1

journal_volume

332

pub_type

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