Here's one. I'll have to track down the other I was thinking of when I remember the doctors name.
Donna R. Moore, B.S. 2015 done for requirements for the Degree Doctor of Audiology
The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effect of mild gain hearing aids with
directional microphones and noise reduction in adults with auditory processing difficulties.
A very interesting read. Thank you for digging it up! I'm still reading the article but it is comforting to see myself described so accurately. The only major difference is that it didn't appear to affect my school work until about grade 9 or so when it became really difficult for me. I still excelled because I knew I would have to work 10x harder than anybody else just to get the same marks...so I did. Given my extreme social withdrawal, I had the extra time. Once I started working, I always had the constant feeling that I was going to drop the ball. Eventually I could no longer function in my chosen career and I struggle to find something I could be good at, given my APD, hearing loss and poor memory.