Praeger Guide to Hearing and Hearing Loss

Assessment, Treatment, and Prevention

«Beginning with an overview of hearing anatomy and physiology, this book for general readers explains how we hear, the different types of hearing loss, tests that diagnose and evaluate adult hearing loss, and what can be done to prevent hearing loss or improve hearing. It describes many types of hearing rehabilitation services, devices, and technology, such as cochlear implants and hearing aids, and outlines factors to consider when purchasing a hearing aid. It also discusses the psychological, social, and emotional effects of untreated hearing loss.»

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This volume is a comprehensive and reader-friendly book on hearing and adult hearing loss as well as the many options to facilitate hearing recovery. Les mer

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This volume is a comprehensive and reader-friendly book on hearing and adult hearing loss as well as the many options to facilitate hearing recovery.

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Forlag
Praeger Publishers Inc
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
352
ISBN
9780313364761
Utgivelsesår
2008
Format
25 x 18 cm

Om forfatteren

Susan Dalebout is an Audiologist with more than 30 years in practice. She has served as Associate Director and Associate Professor for the Communications Disorders Program at the University of Virginia, as well as Assistant Editor for the Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. She has taught and mentored hundreds of audiology students who are now practicing clinicians.

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«Beginning with an overview of hearing anatomy and physiology, this book for general readers explains how we hear, the different types of hearing loss, tests that diagnose and evaluate adult hearing loss, and what can be done to prevent hearing loss or improve hearing. It describes many types of hearing rehabilitation services, devices, and technology, such as cochlear implants and hearing aids, and outlines factors to consider when purchasing a hearing aid. It also discusses the psychological, social, and emotional effects of untreated hearing loss.»

SciTech Book News

«The handbook would be useful to undergraduate audiology students as a complete overview of hearing loss. Graduate students would benefit from this guide as a resource for counseling their clients on their situation and options. The book is so clearly written, though, that nonprofessionals would also find it helpful in living with, understanding, and managing hearing loss…Highly recommended. Lower-level undergraduates through graduate students, professionals/practitioners, and general readers.»

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