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e-Book Cochlear Hearing Loss epub download

Author: Brian C. J. Moore
ISBN: 1861560915
Pages: 312 pages
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (December 15, 1998)
Language: English
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Size ePUB: 1205 kb
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Rating: 4.8
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e-Book Cochlear Hearing Loss epub download

by Brian C. J. Moore



Cochlear Hearing Loss book.

Cochlear Hearing Loss book.

In addition, there have been major changes in the way that hearing aids work, and the features they offer. This book will provide an understanding of the changes in perception that take place when a person has cochlear hearing loss so the reader understands not only what does happen, but why it happens. It interrelates physiological and perceptual data and presents both this and basic concepts in an integrated manner.

The project investigates how visual loss affects auditory distance perception.

Cite this publication. University of Cambridge. The project investigates how visual loss affects auditory distance perception. Psychophysical techniques will be used to test distance discrimination abilities (comparing the distance of two sound sources to tell which is farther) and absolute distance perception (accuracy of telling how far away a single sound source is). The effects of partial visual loss as well as full visual loss will be evaluated.

oceedings{Moore2014CochlearHL, title {Cochlear Hearing loss: Physiological, Psychological and technical .

oceedings{Moore2014CochlearHL, title {Cochlear Hearing loss: Physiological, Psychological and technical issues}, author {Brian C. J. Moore}, year {2014} }. Brian C. Moore. Cochlear Hearing loss: Physiological, Psychological and technical issues, Cochlear Hearing loss: Physiological, Psychological and technical issues, کتابخانه الکترونیک و دیجیتال - آذرسا. View PDF. Save to Library. Otology & neurotology : official publication of the American Otological Society, American Neurotology Society European Academy of Otology and Neurotology.

Cochlear hearing loss: physiological, psychological and technical issues. John Wiley & Sons, 2007. Perceptual consequences of cochlear hearing loss and their implications for the design of hearing aids. Ear and hearing 17 (2), 133-161, 1996. A model of loudness perception applied to cochlear hearing loss. BCJ Moore, BR Glasberg. Auditory neuroscience 3 (3), 289-311, 1997.

The goal is to convey an understanding of the perceptual changes associated with cochlear hearing loss, of the difficulties faced by the hearing-impaired person, and the limitations of current hearing aids.

In addition, there have been major changes in the way that hearing aids work, and the features they offer. The goal is to convey an understanding of the perceptual changes associated with cochlear hearing loss, of the difficulties faced by the hearing-impaired person, and the limitations of current hearing aids.

Cochlear Hearing Loss, 2e focuses on the perceptual changes in hearing associated with cochlear hearing loss and relates those to the underlying physiological mechanisms

Cochlear Hearing Loss, 2e focuses on the perceptual changes in hearing associated with cochlear hearing loss and relates those to the underlying physiological mechanisms. The book provides a theoretical framework for understanding and interpreting the perceptual changes in hearing experienced by sufferers so that readers will understand not just what happens, but also why it happens. Похожие книги: Cochlear Hearing Loss.

Cochlear Hearing Loss has been added to your Cart. This book aims to impart an understanding of the changes in perception associated with cochlear hearing loss, of the difficulties faced by the hearing-impaired person and of the limitations of current hearing aids. Physiological data and perceptual data are inter-related and the book aims to present both data and concepts in an integrated way so that the reader comes away with an impression not only of what happens, but also why it happens. Moore is the author of Cochlear Hearing Loss, published by Wiley.

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This book aims to impart an understanding of the changes in perception associated with cochlear hearing loss, of the difficulties faced by the hearing-impaired person and of the limitations of current hearing aids. Physiological data and perceptual data are inter-related and the book aims to present both data and concepts in an integrated way so that the reader comes away with an impression not only of what happens, but also why it happens.
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Let me start by saying that the second paragraph in the book tells you that if you aren't familiar then you should refer to a number of other text books. Nothing scares a first year grad student like reading that, especially if the course is the scariest of them all. This was the second text we used in our course so we had the basic knowledge by the time we actually cracked this book open thank goodness. This book made the course go much more smoothly. The graphs, reference to studies, etc. made the book easy to read and understand. Not too overwhelming which was much appreciated by myself and several classmates.
Crazy
A great book to have!