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Basic concepts of clinical electrophysiology in audiology / [edited by] John D. Durrant, Cynthia G. Fowler, John A. Ferraro, Suzanne C. Purdy.

Format Electronic and Book
Publication Info San Diego, CA : Plural, [2023]
Copyright Notice ©2023
Description1 online resource (xxviii, 476 pages) : illustrations
Supplemental Content Direct link to ebook
Other author/creatorDurrant, John D., editor.
Other author/creatorFowler, Cynthia G., editor.
Other author/creatorFerraro, John A., editor.
Other author/creatorPurdy, Suzanne C. (Suzanne Carolyn), editor.
Contents Basic Concepts of Clinical Electrophysiology in Audiology -- Signals and Systems Essentials -- Electrically Connecting to Humans to Access Their Auditory Neurosensory Systems -- Stimulating the Auditory System and the How and Why of an "Evoked" Response -- Evoking Responses of the Peripheral Auditory System -- Evoking Responses of the Central Auditory System I : Testing the Brainstem -- Evoking Responses of the Central Auditory System II : Testing Midbrain and Cortical Projection Pathway -- Evoking Responses of the Central Auditory System III : Cortical Level Testing -- Newborn and Other Pediatric or Related Testing of "Difficult" Patients : General Methods and Principles of Newborn Screening -- Testing Potentially Beyond Hearing-Related Yet of Interest in Audology the Profession.
Abstract "Basic Concepts of Clinical Electrophysiology in Audiology is a revolutionary textbook, combining the research and expertise of both distinguished experts and up-and-coming voices in the field. By taking a multidisciplinary approach to the subject, the editors of this graduate-level text break down all aspects of Electrophysiology to make it accessible to Audiology students. In addition to defining the basics of the tools of the trade and their routine uses, the authors also provide ample presentations of new approaches currently undergoing continuing research and development. The goal of this textbook is to give developing audiologists a broad and solid basis of understanding of the methods in common or promising practice"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
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Issued in other formPrint version: Basic concepts of clinical electrophysiology in audiology. San Diego, CA : Plural, [2023] 9781635501759
LCCN 2021017657
ISBN1635501792 ebook
ISBN9781635501797 ebook

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