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Behavioral, electrophysiologic, and otoacoustic measures from a child with auditory processing dysfunction: case report


, : Behavioral, electrophysiologic, and otoacoustic measures from a child with auditory processing dysfunction: case report. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 4(6): 412-419

This case was selected to highlight the importance of the test battery approach in the assessment of a child with auditory processing deficits. The utility of behavioral, electrophysiologic, acoustic immittance, and evoked otoacoustic emission procedures, as well as the problems associated with interpreting these multiple measures with differing results, is discussed. This case was confounded by the possibility that both peripheral and central auditory problems existed. The outcome stresses the importance of examining the results of multiple auditory measures in the determination of the site of lesion and habilitation strategies.

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