Volume 21 Issue 3 (2022)
International Journal on Disability and Human Development

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Editor-in-Chief: Joav Merrick (Director, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Israel)
ISSN: 2191-1231
Journal Frequency: Quarterly
Print Binding: Softcover
Print Size: 8.5″ x 11″, Double column

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Table of Contents

EDITORIAL

Progress in tinnitus research: What have we achieved so far?
Mohd N Zakaria, Wan NW Mohamad, and Joav Merrick

REVIEW RESEARCH

An update on validated questionnaires for documenting the effects of tinnitus on daily life activities
Wan NW Mohamad, Deborah Hall, and Mohd N Zakaria

A literature review on self-esteem, life satisfaction, and quality of life among university students
Affizal Ahmad, Alyani M Radzi, and Mohd N Zakaria

Is it beneficial to have chirp stimuli in vestibular evoked myogenic potential (VEMP) testing?
Athar MR Abdallatif, Wan NW Mohamad, Rosdan Salim, Nurul SM Sakeri, Ahmad AA Dzulkarnain, and Mohd N Zakaria

ORIGINAL RESEARCH

Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on mental health and quality of life of the physiotherapists of Islamabad and Rawalpindi: A cross-sectional study
Anam Jamil, Rabeel Ahmed, Jaweria Syed, Alishba Sheikh, Sajal Khan, Humera Ambreen, and Humaira Shamim Kiyani

Is there a relation between tinnitus severity and hearing handicap?
Wan NW Mohamad, Deborah Hall, Derek Hoare, and Mohd N Zakaria

A cross-sectional study on the motion-induced dizziness and/or vertigo among Malaysian adults
Nurul SM Sakeri, Mohd N Zakaria, Rosdan Salim, Nor HA Wahat, Saiful Adli Jamaluddin, and Yahia FH Al-Hadeethi

A survey of self-reported hearing difficulties and the awareness of hearing health among airport employees
Yong S Lim, Zuraida Zainun, Nik AN Othman, Mahamad A Awang, and Mohd N Zakaria

The usage of personal listening devices (PLDs) among university students: What do we know about their attitudes, knowledge and the usage pattern of PLDs?
Pei W Ee, Mohd N Zakaria, Mohd FN Rashid, and Mahamad A Awang

CASE REPORTS

Managing a patient with complaints of hearing loss, tinnitus and hyperacusis: Lesson learned
Mohd N Zakaria, Wan NW Mohamad, Mohd FN Rashid, Mahamad A Awang, and Maziah Romli

Tinnitus annoyance could be a better predictor to document the improvement following tinnitus treatment
Mohd N Zakaria and Wan NW Mohamad

Preserved auditory functions in a patient with long-term use of broadband noise therapy for tinnitus
Mohd N Zakaria, Wan NW Mohamad, and Maziah Romli