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For more than 35 years, students and audiologists have turned to the acclaimed Handbook of Clinical Audiology to master the principles and methods of the field. This Sixth Edition features an unsurpassed team of editors and authors whose expertise in both research and clinical practice spans all the core areas of clinical audiology. Their contributions have ensured that this latest edition remains at the forefront of current research, technology, and practice.

The Fifth Edition of this classic and user-friendly audiology text has been fully revised and updated to include a standard format for audiograms. This book is the only text of its kind that covers clinical methods and principles; updated content in this edition continues that tradition. Edited by a noted professor of communication disorders, with numerous contributors, this book features 300 illustrations and 41 comprehensive chapters. Chapter topics range from the basics of clinical audiology to developmental disorders, cochlear implants and tactile aids, management of hearing-impaired children and adults, and more.

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Reviewer: Martin J Audiffred, M.S.(Louisiana Department of Health & Hospitals)
Description: Between the covers of this sixth edition handbook lies the latest and greatest collection of information on all the different components that comprise the field of audiology.
Purpose: The handbook contains a comprehensive assortment of articles that provide an up-to-date guide to the knowledge and skills that are needed to practice and understand the profession of audiology.
Audience: Although most readers will be audiologists and students studying audiology, a large number of professionals like otologists, nurses, speech pathologists, teachers and others also will be able to retrieve valuable information and references from this handbook.
Features: The book provides an introduction to the field and basic tests/procedures of audiology as well as the management of audiology, including not only the management of the audiological findings, but also the management of an audiology practice. It makes excellent use of charts and graphs, and provides a good selection of examples on each topic.
Assessment: This handbook is a must for anyone who provides any type of service to individuals with audiological issues. This edition has up-to-date information and references.

5 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780683307658
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 11/1/2001
  • Edition description: Fifth Edition
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 900

Table of Contents

Foreword Moe Bergman Bergman, Moe

Sect. I Introduction and Basic Tests and Procedures

Ch. 1 Clinical Audiology Jack Katz Katz, Jack

Ch. 2 Calibration: Puretone, Speech, and Noise Signals Laura Ann Wilber Wilber, Laura Ann Robert Burkard Burkard, Robert

Ch. 3 Puretone Evaluation Robert S. Schlauch Schlauch, Robert S. Peggy Nelson Nelson, Peggy

Ch. 4 Assessing Bone Conduction Thresholds in Clinical Practice B. A. Vento Vento, B. A. J. D. Durrant Durrant, J. D.

Ch. 5 Speech Audiometry Rachel McArdle McArdle, Rachel Theresa Hnath-Chisolm Hnath-Chisolm, Theresa

Ch. 6 Clinical Masking William S. Yacullo Yacullo, William S.

Ch. 7 Case History Douglas L. Beck Beck, Douglas L.

Sect. II Physiological Principles and Measures

Ch. 8 Principles of Acoustic Immittance and Acoustic Transfer Functions Douglas H. Keefe Keefe, Douglas H. M. Patrick Feeney Feeney, M. Patrick

Ch. 9 Tympanometry in Clinical Practice Janet Shanks Shanks, Janet Jack Shohet Shohet, Jack

Ch. 10 The Acoustic Reflex Stanley A. Gelfand Gelfand, Stanley A.

Ch. 11 Introduction to Auditory Evoked Potentials Robert Burkard Burkard, Robert Kathleen McNerney McNerney, Kathleen

Ch. 12 Electrocochleography Paul J. Abbas Abbas, Paul J. Carolyn J. Brown Brown, Carolyn J.

Ch. 13 Auditory Brainstem Response: Differential Diagnosis Manuel Don Don, Manuel Betty Kwong Kwong, Betty

Ch. 14 Auditory Brainstem Response in Threshold Prediction Yvonne S. Sininger Sininger, Yvonne S. Martyn L. Hyde Hyde, Martyn L.

Ch. 15 The Auditory Steady-State Response Barbara Cone-Wesson Cone-Wesson, Barbara Andrew Dimitrinjevic Dimitrinjevic, Andrew

Ch. 16 Intraoperative Neurophysiology Monitoring of Auditory EvokedPotentials William Hal Martin Martin, William Hal Yongbing Shi Shi, Yongbing

Ch. 17 Middle Latency Auditory Evoked Potentials: Update Anthony T. Cacace Cacace, Anthony T. Dennis J. McFarland McFarland, Dennis J.

Ch. 18 Cortical Event-Related Potentials to Auditory Stimuli David R. Stapells Stapells, David R.

Ch. 19 Clinical Neurophysiology of the Vestibular System Kalman Barin Barin, Kalman

Ch. 20 Evaluation of the Patient with Dizziness and Balance Disorders Neil T. Shepard Shepard, Neil T.

Ch. 21 Otoacoustic Emissions Beth Prieve Prieve, Beth Tracy Fitzgerald Fitzgerald, Tracy

Ch. 22 Current Physiologic Bases of Audiologic Interpretation and Management Charles I. Berlin Berlin, Charles I. Linda J. Hood Hood, Linda J.

Sect. III Special Populations

Ch. 23 Assessment of Hearing Loss in Children Allan O. Diefendorf Diefendorf, Allan O.

Ch. 24 Educational Audiology Cheryl DeConde Johnson Johnson, Cheryl DeConde

Ch. 25 Mechanisms Underlying Central Auditory Processing Larry Medwetsky Medwetsky, Larry

Ch. 26 Auditory Pathway Representation of Speech Sounds in Humans Daniel A. Abrams Abrams, Daniel A. Nina Kraus Kraus, Nina

Ch. 27 Central Auditory Processing Evaluation: A Test Battery Approach Kim L. Tillery Tillery, Kim L.

Ch. 28 Management of Central Auditory Processing Disorders Larry Medwetsky Medwetsky, Larry Laura Riddle Riddle, Laura Jack Katz Katz, Jack

Ch. 29 Individuals with Multiple Disabilities Anne Marie Tharpe Tharpe, Anne Marie

Ch. 30 Noise Exposure and Issues in Hearing Conversation James Feuerstein Feuerstein, James Marshall Chasin Chasin, Marshall

Ch. 31 Nonorganic Hearing Loss Fredrick N. Martin Martin, Fredrick N.

Ch. 32 Hearing Loss in the Elderly: A New Look at an Old Problem Barbara E. Weinstein Weinstein, Barbara E.

Ch. 33 Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Richard S. Tyler Tyler, Richard S. William Noble Noble, William Claudia Coelho Coelho, Claudia George Haskell Haskell, George Aditya Bardia Bardia, Aditya

Sect. IV Management of Hearing Disorders

Ch. 34 Room Acoustics and Auditory Rehabilitative Technology Joseph Smaldino Smaldino, Joseph Carl Crandell Crandell, Carl Brian Kreisman Kreisman, Brian Andrew John John, Andrew Nicole Kreisman Kreisman, Nicole

Ch. 35 Hearing Aid Technology Ruth A. Bentler Bentler, Ruth A. H. Gustav Mueller Mueller, H. Gustav

Ch. 36 Troubleshooting Hearing Aids Moneca Price Price, Moneca William Cole Cole, William Marshall Chasin Chasin, Marshall

Ch. 37 Hearing Instrument Fitting and Verification for Children Pat Stelmachowitz Stelmachowitz, Pat Brenda Hoover Hoover, Brenda

Ch. 38 Hearing Aid Fitting for Adults: Selection, Fitting, Verification, and Validation Michael Valente Valente, Michael Maureen Valente Valente, Maureen

Ch. 39 Building and Growing a Successful Audiology Practice David Cunningham Cunningham, David James Baer Baer, James

Ch. 40 Cochlear Implants Teresa A. Zwolan Zwolan, Teresa A.

Ch. 41 Intervention, Education, and Therapy for Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing Arlene Stredler Brown Brown, Arlene Stredler

Ch. 42 Management of Adults with Hearing Loss Dean Garstecki Garstecki, Dean Susan Erler Erler, Susan

Ch. 43 Counseling: How Audiologists Can Help Patients Adjust to Hearing Loss Kris English English, Kris

Author Index

Subject Index

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