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Abbreviations

TRT:

Tinnitus retraining therapy

LDL:

Loudness discomfort level

DDT:

Discordant dysfunction theory

OHC:

Outer hair cells

IHC:

Inner hair cells

REM:

Real ear measurements

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Appendix A: Forms for Structured Initial and Follow-up Interviews

Appendix A: Forms for Structured Initial and Follow-up Interviews

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