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(H)ear Quiz

(H)ear Quiz

Test your knowledge about hearing and hearing impairment in this quiz! You will find the answers below, but try to do this Quiz yourself at first.

Question 1: Hair cells in the inner ear can:
A) be combed
B) fall out and grow back
C) Forwarding noises
D) stand up straight when stimulated

Question 2: A cochlea
A) Is a snail that can hear
B) Is part of the inner ear
C) Is seperated by the eardrum
D) Affects hearing

Question 3: What is a hearing impairment?
A) Hearing loss
B) Deafness
C) Ear noise and sensitivity to loud sounds
D) A, B and C

Question 4: With a hearing aid
A) one is good hearing again
B) one can often understand better if well-fitted
C) one is well helped with each hearing impairment
D) I have to go to the ENT doctor

Question 5: What is an audiogram?
A) A signature
B) A graphical record of the hearing
C) A drawing from the ear
D) A hearing test

Question 6: The eardrum
A) is thin
B) moves
C) seals the outer ear from the inner ear
D) you can always feel during the take-off and landing of an airplane

Question 7: What is important in communicating with people with hearing impairment?
A) Do not look at when speaking
B) Speak louder or scream
C) Talk calmly and clearly
D) Asking a hearing impaired person whether he or she has switched on their hearing aids.

Question 8: A CI (cochlear implant) is
A) a modern hearing aid
B) an implant in the inner ear with which some hearing-impaired people can hear (a little) again
(C) a medical invention which enables hearing impaired persons to hear again
D) an expensive additional device

Question 9: The auditory nerve ensures that …
A) people can hear
B) the ear and hearing are stimulated
C) a stimulus in the brain
D) The auditory nerve transmits both information towards the brain and impulses in the opposite direction, from the brain to the inner ear.

Question 10: Balance
A) is to be in balance, equilibrium, stability
B) consists of the organ of equilibrium, vision or perception and the sense of touch.
C) is a stable state of the body
D) one must learn and one can train

The answers are: Question 1: C; Question 2: B; Question 3: D; Question 4: B;
Question 5: B; Question 6: C; Question 7: C; Question 8: B; Question 9: D; Question 10: B