Hearing-aid volume control adjustment by deaf children
This paper examines hearing aid volume control adjustments by deaf children. Specifically the study looks at how accurately deaf children set the volume controls of their hearing aids, if deaf children are able to comprehend the effects of talker-microphone distance on stimulus intensity, and do deaf children use their hearing aids to monitor their own voices. Access to thesis is restricted. Contact Archives and Rare Books.
Program in Audiology and Communication Sciences, Washington University School of Medicine
Hearing Aids; Hearing Impaired Persons; Rehabilitation of Hearing Impaired
Erber, Norm P.
Lau, Bessie, "Hearing-aid volume control adjustment by deaf children" (1976). Independent Studies and Capstones. Paper 88. Program in Audiology and Communication Sciences, Washington University School of Medicine.
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