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Auditory Practice for Electric Acoustic Stimulation (EAS) Recipients

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1.  EAS is not FDA approved for what ages?
  1. 0-17 years
  2. 18-30 years
  3. 31-55 years
  4. 55+ years
2.  A candidate for EAS has a hearing loss configuration of:
  1. mild SNHL in low to high frequencies
  2. moderate SNHL in low to high frequencies
  3. severe-to-profound SNHL in low to high frequencies
  4. normal hearing to moderate SNHL in low frequencies sloping to severe-to-proufound in the high frequencies
3.  Candidates should have what % or less for single word speech understanding?
  1. 60%
  2. 70%
  3. 80%
  4. 90%
4.  Contraindications for EAS would be which of the following?
  1. Rapid progressive hearing loss
  2. Autoimmune disease
  3. Malformation or obstruction of the cochlea
  4. All of the above
5.  Auditory training includes which of the following?
  1. analytic
  2. synthetic
  3. both of the above
  4. none of the above
6.  Impact of mid to high frequency hearing loss may include:
  1. difficulty with hearing loud voices
  2. difficulty with word endings
  3. difficulty understanding voices that are near
  4. difficulty with grammatical markers of verb tenses (e.g. is versus are)
7.  Auditory practice should progress from:
  1. longer to shorter utterances
  2. unknown topic to known topic
  3. conversational level to quiet
  4. background noise to no background noise
8.  Auditory bombardment is:
  1. having the recipient repeat the targeted sond in isolation 20 times
  2. focused auditory stimulation to increase awareness of targeted sound
  3. playing the target sound on an audio device at a loud volume
  4. none of the above
9.  Speech tracking is when the listener:
  1. finishes the last word in a sentence
  2. fills in a missing word in a sentence
  3. tells what the first word in a sentence was
  4. repeats a sentence verbatim
10.  Which would be considered auditory discrimination stimuli appropriate for an EAS recipient?
  1. chip versus ship
  2. ball versus cat
  3. moo versus new
  4. cat versus coat

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