Hearing Impairment, Auditory Perception and Language Disability. 2nd Edition

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  • Book
  • 300 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This work deals with the effect of hearing development – impaired and normal – on the child′s acquisition of language skills. Emphasis is placed on the importance of the early educational and social management of the hearing–impaired child.
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Acknowledgements.

General preface.

Introduction

1. Auditory and speech perception in the normally hearing adult: an overview.

2. Development of auditory and speech perception: an overview.

3. Development of language in the normally hearing child: an overview.

4. Hearing disorders in children: an overview.

5.Auditory perception in sensorineural hearing loss.

6. Language disability and sensorineural hearing loss.

7. Fluctuating conductive hearing loss.

8. Reading disability in sensorineural hearing loss.

9. Unilateral hearing loss.

10. Central auditory dysfunction.

Concluding remarks.

References.

Index.

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John Bamford
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