Tinnitus: A Multidisciplinary Approach provides a broad account of tinnitus and hyperacusis, detailing the latest research and developments in clinical management, incorporating insights from audiology, otology, psychology, psychiatry and auditory neuroscience. It promotes a collaborative approach to treatment that will benefit patients and clinicians alike. The 2nd edition has been thoroughly updated and revised in line with the very latest developments in the field. The book contains 40% new material including two brand new chapters on neurophysiological models of tinnitus and emerging treatments; and the addition of a glossary as well as appendices detailing treatment protocols for use in an audiology and psychology context respectively.
Foreword vii Preface ix 1 Introduction 1 2 Prevalence and natural history 7 3 Anatomy and physiology 18 4 Mechanisms of tinnitus 29 5 Medical models of tinnitus 43 6 Objective correlates of tinnitus 67 7 Consequences and moderating factors 81 8 Psychological models of tinnitus 102 9 The Jastreboff neurophysiological model 110 10 How tinnitus is perceived and measured 114 11 Self-report and interview measures of tinnitus severity and impact 122 12 Hyperacusis 133 13 Traditional treatments 148 14 Tinnitus retraining therapy 168 15 A cognitive behavioural treatment programme 175 16 Emerging treatment approaches 191 17 Complementary medicine approaches to tinnitus 200 18 Tinnitus and hyperacusis in childhood and adolescence 208 19 Special populations 215 20 A multidisciplinary synthesis 221 Appendix 1 A treatment protocol for use in primary care, audiology and otolaryngology 225 Appendix 2 Cognitive behaviour therapy 237 References 243 Index