Clinical Audiology

Clinical Audiology : An Introduction

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Whether you are planning a career as an audiologist or speech-language pathologist, Clinical Audiology: An Introduction, 2nd edition, is the most comprehensive, easy-to-understand book designed to give you the clinical knowledge base needed to advance in your chosen profession. Coverage of audiology basics is broadly based and includes topics such as hearing instruments, various assessment techniques, and the treatment process, in order to offer you a well-rounded view of the clinical practice of audiology.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 720 pages
  • 190 x 234 x 36mm | 1,360.77g
  • Cengage Learning, Inc
  • Delmar Cengage Learning
  • Clifton Park, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • Illustrations, ports.
  • 0766862887
  • 9780766862883
  • 313,121

Table of contents

Preface. Acknowledgments. 1: The Profession of Audiology in the United States. 2: The Nature of Hearing. 3: The Nature of Hearing Impairment. 4: Causes of Hearing Impairment. 5: Introduction to Hearing Assessment. 6: The Audiologist's Assessment Tools: Behavioral Measures. 7: The Audiologist's Assessment Tools: Electroacoustic and Electrophysiological Measures. 8: Different Assessment Approaches for Different Populations. 9: Reporting and Referring. 10: Introduction to Hearing Rehabilitation. 11: The Audiologist's Rehabilitative Tools: Hearing Instruments. 12: The Audiologist's Rehabilitative Strategies. 13: Different Rehabilitative Approaches For Different Populations. Index.show more

About Brad A. Stach

Director of Audiology and Clinical Services-Central Institute for the Deaf Professor in the Department of Speech and Hearing-Washington University, St. Louis, MOshow more

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Preface. Acknowledgments. 1: The Profession of Audiology in the United States. 2: The Nature of Hearing. 3: The Nature of Hearing Impairment. 4: Causes of Hearing Impairment. 5: Introduction to Hearing Assessment. 6: The Audiologist's Assessment Tools: Behavioral Measures. 7: The Audiologist's Assessment Tools: Electroacoustic and Electrophysiological Measures. 8: Different Assessment Approaches for Different Populations. 9: Reporting and Referring. 10: Introduction to Hearing Rehabilitation. 11: The Audiologist's Rehabilitative Tools: Hearing Instruments. 12: The Audiologist's Rehabilitative Strategies. 13: Different Rehabilitative Approaches For Different Populations. Index.show more