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Quantitative Method in the Analysis of Pure-Tone Audiometry

Quantitative Method in the Analysis of Pure-Tone Audiometry
Michael J.M. Raffin, PhD, Francis J. Nourie, PhD, John P. Leonetti, MD, Douglas Anderson, MD, J. Stephen Sinclair, PhD
October 11, 2004
Michael J.M. Raffin, Ph.D.
Department of Audiology
Loyola University Medical Center
Maywood, IL

Francis J. Nourie, Ph.D.
Department of Management Science, LUC

John P. Leonetti, M.D.
Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
Strich School of Medicine, Loyola Univeristy Medical Center

Douglas Anderson, M.D.
Department of Neurological Surgery
Loyola University Medical Center
Maywood, IL

J. Stephen Sinclair, Ph.D.
Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders
California State University
Northridge, CA


A model is given for the analysis of differences among pure-tone thresholds within subjects associated, for example with inter-ear, test/retest, pre-/post-treatment changes.

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Michael J.M. Raffin, PhD

Born in France, drafted in 'Nam (purple heart, silver star, bronze star), Ph.D. (that doesn't get a star) from University of Iowa (1976), worked at Northwestern University, University of Montana, WJB Dorn VA Medical Center in South Carolina, Mass. Eye & Ear Infirmary/Harvard, St. Joseph Hospital in Burbank, CA and currently (since 1993) audiologist in the Department of Audiology at Loyola University Health System in greater Chicago, and member of the Department of Otolaryngology where he assists in the training of ENT residents. Dr. Raffin has taught academic and clinical courses, done clinical work, trained others to do clinical work, and currently he just keeps a well-running Audiology machine oiled enough to keep running that way.

Francis J. Nourie, PhD

John P. Leonetti, MD

Douglas Anderson, MD

J. Stephen Sinclair, PhD

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