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Educational audiology for the limited hearing infant

by Doreen Pollack

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Published by Charles C. Thomas in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementwith a foreword by Erik Wedenberg.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15027143M
ISBN 100398015015

Educational audiology for the limited hearing infant. Title(s): Educational audiology for the limited-hearing infant and preschooler/ by Doreen Pollack ; with a foreword by Erik Wedenberg. Edition: 2nd ed. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Springfield, Ill., U.S.A.: Thomas, c Strategies and technical advances are described for performing a complete frequency-specific ABR assessment in 30 minutes or less, and combining ABR with other objective auditory procedures (otoacoustic emissions and aural immittance measurement), for successful infant hearing assessment in natural sleep. auditory, textual, visual.

Book review Full text access Educational audiology for the limited hearing infant: Doreen Pollack: Springfield, Ill, Charles C. Thomas, pp., $ By Raymond Le Zak, Private Practice, Cleveland Heights, Ohio Pages Download PDF.   Educational audiologists – an important resource for your hearing-impaired child For children with hearing impairments and their families, an educational audiologist can be an invaluable resource. According to the Educational Audiology Association these professionals specialize in delivering comprehensive support services to children in.

The Importance of Hearing on Academic Achievement. The ability to hear is crucial to the ability to learn. Educational audiology is a field of study within audiology that focuses specifically on classroom acoustics and a student or teacher’s ability to function in the learning environment. Educational Audiology for the Limited-Hearing Infant and Preschooler: An Auditory-Verbal Program by Doreen Pollack, et al (Hardcover - June ) Special Order Our Price: $ Issues in Access Creating Effective Preshools for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Hearing Children by Gail Solit (Paperback - July ) Special Order.


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