Aim and Scope

Journal of Hearing Science (J Hear Sci) is an open access journal published quarterly by the Institute of Sensory Organs (Kajetany, Poland) in cooperation with the Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing (Warsaw/Kajetany, Poland) – the leading Polish scientific institute in otolaryngology, audiology, phoniatrics, and related fields. The journal is affiliated with the Society of Polish Otorhinolaryngologists, Phoniatrists, and Audiologists.

This peer-reviewed journal publishes original contributions from around the world in the fields of otolaryngology, audiology, rhinology, phoniatrics, and related areas.

J Hear Sci publishes original articles, reviews, hypothesis papers, case studies, and conference proceedings. Its language is English, and there are no page charges. Issues are published both in print and electronically at

The target audience is hearing scientists, audiologists, physicians, ENT surgeons, speech therapists, and psychologists.

The journal’s mission is to advance knowledge by publishing original research in primary ENT fields as well as connected areas such as speech-language pathology, speech therapy and rehabilitation, genetics, pharmacology, psychology, psychoacoustics, neuroscience, biomedical engineering, and inner ear biology. A secondary aim is to assist the practitioners by providing important knowledge to help them work with patients with hearing, voice, speech, and balance disorders.

Our goal is to provide an international forum for the exchange of knowledge in the hearing sciences. We also provide a space for scientists to present novel theories, in the belief this can make a valuable contribution to the development of science.
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