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Dorothy Neave-DiToro, AuD
Room 4424 Boylan Hall
Phone: (718) 951-5186
This course covers disorders of hearing, measurement of hearing through pure tone and speech audiometry, and interpretation of audiometric test results.
- Describe the anatomy and physiology of the hearing mechanism.
- Explain the various pathologies of the outer, middle and inner ear.
- Perform procedures for determining degree of hearing loss and interpret results.
- Perform procedures for differentiating among conductive, sensorineural, and mixed hearing losses, and interpret results.
- Perform middle-ear analysis using immittance instrumentation.
- Perform procedures for differentiating between cochlear versus retrocochlear pathology and interpret results.
- Perform procedures for determining functional hearing loss and hearing loss in children, and interpret results.
- Calculate masking levels for pure-tone and speech.
- Discuss otoacoustic emissions, auditory processing, auditory evoked potentials.
- Explain the process of rehabilitation and habilitation.
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