Participants are randomized using a remote web based system using permuted stacked blocks stratified by study centre. Assessment is carried out at baseline by researchers subsequently masked to allocation and at 6 months and 1 year after randomization. The primary outcome is the Health Anxiety Inventory score at 6 months, and secondary outcomes are generalised […]

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There are two cues that listeners use to disambiguate the front/back location of a sound source: high frequency spectral cues associated with the head and pinnae, and self motion related binaural cues. In normal hearing listeners, the strength of this illusion decreases as a function of low pass filter cutoff frequency, this is the result […]

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