Many people have tried to use hearing aids but stopped because the devices were not effective at improving their understanding of speech and were often painfully noisy. Sometimes, the hearing aids just weren’t programmed correctly.
This seminar is open to people with good hearing as well as those with hearing loss. The goals are:
Barry Cook, Ph.D. is a lifelong audio hobbyist and musician who happens to wear hearing aids. He is a retired media researcher and was a faculty member at CUNY and Yale University. He holds an A.B. from Harvard College and a Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Yale University.