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The Handbook of Pediatric Audiology

Sanford E. Gerber

Publication Year: 2001

The Handbook of Pediatric Audiology presents 14 comprehensive chapters written by the preeminent expert in each discipline. Clinicians and students now can refer to specific subjects in pediatric audiology for treating children from infancy through their elementary school years. Practitioners will be able to rely upon this complete volume as they would a trusted consultant thoroughly knowledgeable about indications and treatments for every condition. The Handbook of Pediatric Audiology offers contributions by Yash Pal Kapur, Franklin A. Katz, Robert J. Ruben, Allan O. Diefendorf and Judith S. Gravel, Jane R. Madell, Shlomo Silman and Carol A. Silverman, and Herbert Jay Gold and Maurice Mendel. Judith A. Brimacombe and Anne L. Beiter present the latest clinical information on cochlear implants in children, including the current debate on cultural considerations. Audiology and education are discussed by E. Harris Nober, and George T. Mencher advises audiologists on counseling families of deaf and hard of hearing children. Evelyn Cherow presents several models of service delivery. These well-known authorities and the many others within make The Handbook of Pediatric Audiology an indispensable resource for clinicians and students alike.

Published by: Gallaudet University Press

Cover

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Frontmatter

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Contents

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pp. viii-ix

Foreword

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p. x

Preface

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pp. 12-17

Contributors

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pp. 18-21

1. Epidemiology of Childhood Hearing Loss (Yash Pal Kapur)

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pp. 22-33

2. Pediatrics (Franklin A. Katz)

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pp. 34-53

3. The Pediatric Otolaryngic Assessment of the Child with a Suspected Hearing Loss (Robert J. Ruben)

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pp. 54-73

4. Behavioral Observation and Visual Reinforcement Audiometry (Allan O. Diefendorf and Judith S. Gravel)

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pp. 74-102

5. Speech Audiometry for Children (Jane R. Madell)

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pp. 103-122

6. Acoustic Immittance (Shlomo Silman and Carol A. Silverman)

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pp. 123-163

7. Auditory Evoked Responses (Herbert Jay Gould and Maurice I. Mendel)

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pp. 164-191

8. Testing Otoacoustic Emissions in Newborns, Infants, Toddlers, and Children (Brenda L. Lonsbury-Martin, Glen K. Martin, Margaret J. McCoy, and Martin L. Whitehead)

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pp. 192-224

9. Central Testing (Gail D. Chermak)

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pp. 225-272

10. Amplification (Dale O. Robinson and Frances Eldis)

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pp. 273-295

11. Cochlear Implants (Judith A. Brimacombe and Anne L. Beiter)

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pp. 296-332

12. Audiology and Education (E. Harris Nober)

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pp. 333-361

13. Counseling Families of Hearing-Impaired Children: Suggestions for the Audiologist (George T. Mencher)

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pp. 362-370

14. Pediatric Audiology Service Delivery Models: Systems in Flux (Evelyn Cherow)

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pp. 371-387

Bibliography

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pp. 388-437

Author Index

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pp. 438-451

Subject Index

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pp. 452-473


E-ISBN-13: 9781563682698
E-ISBN-10: 1563682699
Print-ISBN-13: 9781563681097
Print-ISBN-10: 1563681099

Page Count: 468
Illustrations: 15 tables, 65 figures
Publication Year: 2001

OCLC Number: 43476406
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