Introduction to Audiology, 13th edition

  • Frederick N. Martin
  • John Greer Clark

Overview

Introduction to Audiology offers a thorough introduction to hearing and balance disorders in a friendly format that helps you understand, retain, and analyze the material. The combination of how-to information, current research, and learning aids showcases rewarding and fascinating aspects of a career in audiology.

Table of contents

Part I: Elements of Audiology

1. The Profession of Audiology
2. Sound and Its Measurement

Part II: Hearing Assessment

3. The Human Ear, Hearing Loss, and Pure-Tone Hearing Tests
4. Speech Audiometry
5. Masking
6. Physiological Tests of the Auditory System
7. Pediatric Hearing Loss Identification and Assessment

Part III: Hearing Disorders

8. The Outer Ear
9. The Middle Ear
10. The Inner Ear
11. The Auditory Nerve and Central Auditory Pathways
12. Nonorganic Hearing Loss

Part IV: Audiological Management

13. Beyond Hearing: Management of Balance Disorders, Tinnitus, and Decreased Sound Tolerance
14. Amplification/Sensory Systems
15. Patient Management

Published by Pearson (January 4th 2018) - Copyright © 2019