This long-awaited book is a compilation of readings representing the basis for the practice of pediatric audiology. It contains 47 selected articles that are considered critical to understanding the fundamental principles in the field. Divided into five sections, the book covers the development of audition in infants, background information for current practice, test techniques and technology, and hearing loss in special populations. The readings in this book provide a foundation of knowledge that should be considered essential for anyone in the field of pediatric audiology.Noticing no improvement in the childa#39;s linguistic skills or behavior, the parents took him to a major university audi- ology service. The child was then 8 years old. Using psychogalvanic skin response (PGSR) audiometry, this service determined anbsp;...
|Title||:||Foundations of Pediatric Audiology|
|Author||:||Fred H. Bess, Judith Gravel|
|Publisher||:||Plural Pub Incorporated - 2006-01-01|