Assessment and Management of Central Auditory Processing Disorders in the Educational Setting: From Science to Practice

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Singular Publishing, 1996 - Word deafness - 349 pages
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Provides the reader with an interpretation of central auditory processing disorders that is both scientific and clinical. The information is presented in an easy to read and understand format. This book is ideal for practicing clinicians who are looking for a review of this complex subject. The text is clearly presented to aid the learning process, with learning objectives set out at the beginning of each chapter, and the inclusion of lots of tables, key notes boxes and highlighted sentences.

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Contents

Terminology Gross Anatomy of the Brain Basis
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Chapter Two Dichotic Listening Temporal Processing
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Chapter Three Neuromaturation and Neuroplasticity of
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About the author (1996)

A professor of audiology at the University of South Dakota, Dr. Teri Bellis is the author of the leading authoritative text for professionals on the subject of ADP: Assessment and Management of Central Auditory Processing Disorders in the Educational Setting, as well as the author of many related scholarly articles. She's the most frequently requested speaker on the subject of ADP in the U.S., and lectures widely throughout the country and internationally. A practicing audiologist, she's been involved in the diagnosis and treatment of ADP for more than fifteen years. She lives in Vermillin, North Dakota.

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