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A Sound Foundation Through Early Amplification 2001 - Proceedings of the Second International Conference - Table of Contents and Preface

Richard Seewald, PhD, Judith Gravel

November 1, 2002

Sponsored by Phonak, edited by Richard Seewald, Ph.D. and Judith Gravel, Ph.D. Click here to view the full screen version, or you may click on the article image below. Note: You must have the latest v...   Read More

   


A Sound Foundation Through Early Amplification 2001 - Proceedings of the Second International Conference - Section I - Chapter 3 - Development Psychoacoustics: Science to Practice

Robert J. Nozza

November 1, 2002

Sponsored by Phonak, edited by Richard Seewald, Ph.D. and Judith Gravel, Ph.D. Click here to view the full screen version, or you may click on the article image below. Note: You must have the latest v...   Read More

    


A Sound Foundation Through Early Amplification 2001 - Proceedings of the Second International Conference - Section I - Chapter 2 - Development of Binaural Audition and Predictions for Real-World Environments

Ruth Litovsky, PhD

November 1, 2002

Sponsored by Phonak, edited by Richard Seewald, Ph.D. and Judith Gravel, Ph.D. Click here to view the full screen version, or you may click on the article image below. Note: You must have the latest v...   Read More

  


Insurance and Professional Unification.

Tim Norbeck

October 28, 2002

For those of you who enjoy history, it was 50 years ago today that a young United States Senator made the political speech of his life just 125 miles north of here in Los Angeles to 48.9% of possible...   Read More


Day to Day with My Cochlear Implant.

Denise M. Jansen

October 21, 2002

Many people have told what it is like to receive a cochlear implant and the miracle of hearing again. But what is it like to live with a cochlear implant on a day to day basis? At age 28 years, I lost...   Read More


If It's Not Hearing Loss, Then What? Confronting Nonorganic Hearing Loss in Children

John Greer Clark, PhD

October 14, 2002

Arguably, audiologists' greatest task is to ensure that those seeking their services reach the highest auditory potential possible. To achieve this goal, determination of accurate hearing levels is a...   Read More

 


Long-term Outcome of Tinnitus: Many Unknowns.

Gerhard Andersson

October 7, 2002

Treatment of tinnitus is challenging for all audiologists and associated healthcare professionals and there is an increasing amount of research effort invested into the effects of various treatments....   Read More


Improving Speech Perception in Noise with Directional Microphones and Frequency Modulation (FM) Technology

M. S. Lewis, Carl C. Crandell, PhD, CCC-A, Michael Valente, PhD, Jane Enrietto, Nicole Kreisman

September 30, 2002

Individuals with sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) often exhibit difficulty understanding speech, particularly in noise (Dubno, Dirks & Morgan, 1984; Suter, 1985; Helfer & Wilber, 1990; Crandell, 1991...   Read More


Auditory Processing Disorders and Dyslexic Children.

Deborah Moncrieff, PhD

September 23, 2002

More children with learning and reading disabilities are being referred to audiologists for hearing and auditory processing evaluations. In the past, children with these problems were evaluated by edu...   Read More


Temporal Aspects of Hearing Aid Signal Processing

Tom Scheller

September 16, 2002

To compensate for the abnormal loudness growth experienced by listeners with sensorineural hearing impairment, compression is used as a basic processing feature in digital hearing instruments. Through...   Read More


Clinical Research Findings Confirm Benefits of Advanced Signal Processing

Victor Bray, PhD, Sharon A. Sandridge, PhD, Craig W. Newman, PhD, Suzanne Kornhass

September 9, 2002

This is an interim report from a three-site, multi-phase hearing aid field trial. Results from the first phase of the study have already been published from Site 1 (Bray & Nilsson, 2000) and Site 2 (B...   Read More


Managing Cerumen

Julie Purdy, PhD

September 3, 2002

A decade has passed since the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) issued their "Position Statement on External Auditory Canal, Examination and Cerumen Management". Many other audiology...   Read More

 


Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease (AIEDs): Autoimmune Diseases with Audio-Vestibular Involvement

Eric W. Sargent, MD, FACS

August 26, 2002

Systemic illnesses linked with sensorineural hearing loss and dizziness include polyarteritis nodosa (PAN), Cogan's syndrome, relapsing polychondritis, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), Wegener's gr...   Read More

  


Meniere's Disease: Diagnosis, Natural History, and Current Management

Lance E. Jackson, MD, Herbert Silverstein, MD

August 19, 2002

Meniere's Disease is a condition that should be understood by all healthcare professionals involved with treating and managing ear disorders, including audiologists and physicians. This article provid...   Read More

 


The Business Side of Balance: Marketing Issues

Richard Gans, PhD

August 12, 2002

Specialize in treating balance disorders? Opportunity awaits, IF you effectively market your services. American Institute of Balance 11290 Park Blvd Seminole, FL 33772 More and more audiologists are i...   Read More

 


What Parents Should Know About Hearing Loss: Pointers for Parents

League for the Hard of Hearing New York

August 5, 2002

Parents have many questions and must make difficult decisions when their child is diagnosed with hearing loss. Children are not simply small adults - they are different in many respects, and their hea...   Read More

   


Sound Field Amplification and the Teaching Voice

Kris English, PhD, Sandy Kasper, MS, Zachery Grunberg, BS

July 29, 2002

Duquesne University Due to the energy and strain involved in providing oral instruction and education, teachers experience more voice problems than the general population (Calas, Verhulst, Locoq, Dall...   Read More

  


Frequency Modulation (FM) Systems for Children with Normal Hearing

Brian M. Kreisman, MS, CCC-A, Carl C. Crandell, PhD, CCC-A

July 29, 2002

Research has demonstrated that many children with normal hearing (e.g., children with learning, reading, language, attentional and/or auditory processing disorders) experience difficulties understandi...   Read More

    


Audiologic Coding and Reimbursement Issues: Aural Rehabilitation, Auditory Processing and Cochlear Implants

Maureen Thompson, Steven C. White, PhD, CCC-A

July 29, 2002

What do aural rehabilitation, auditory processing and cochlear implants have in common? Anticipated coding and reimbursement changes will link the three together in significant ways. Piecing together...   Read More


To Aid or Not to Aid: Children with Unilateral Hearing Loss

Sarah McKay

July 22, 2002

Approximately 3 out of 1000 children have unilateral hearing loss (UHL). Historically, audiologists have informed parents of children with UHL of the difficulties they would likely encounter localizin...   Read More

   


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