Return to home page
Searching: Muskingum library catalog
While many OPAL libraries have resumed lending and borrowing, some continue to operate at reduced service levels or limit in-person use to their campus community. Note that pickup services and procedures may differ between libraries. Please contact your library regarding open hours, pickup procedures, specific requests, or other assistance.
  Previous Record Previous Item Next Item Next Record
  Reviews, Summaries, etc...
EBOOK
Title Human auditory development / Lynne A. Werner, Richard R. Fay, Arthur N. Popper, editors.
Imprint New York : Springer, [2012]
2012.

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OHIOLINK SPRINGER EBOOKS    ONLINE  
View online
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OHIOLINK SPRINGER EBOOKS    ONLINE  
View online
Series Springer handbook of auditory research, 0947-2657 ; 42.
Springer handbook of auditory research ; 42.
Subject Audiology.
Auditory pathways.
Auditory perception.
Hearing.
Auditory Pathways.
Auditory Perception -- physiology.
Ear -- growth & development.
Alt Name Werner, Lynne A.,
Fay, Richard R.,
Popper, Arthur N.,
Description 1 online resource (xiv, 284 pages) : illustrations, color portraits.
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Overview and issues in human auditory development -- Morphological and functional ear development -- Morphological and functional development of the auditory nervous system -- Development of auditory coding as reflected in psychophysical performance -- Development of auditory scene analysis and auditory attention -- Development of binaural and spatial hearing -- Development of speech perception -- Development of pitch and music perception -- Atypical auditory development and effects of experience -- Index.
Summary Thirty years of research into the development of hearing have produced a decent description of age-related changes in hearing as well as some understanding of the mechanisms underlying those changes. The number of potential applications of this knowledge has increased tremendously in recent years. Universal hearing screening programs make it likely that a child with a hearing loss will be identified at birth. Infants may receive hearing aids before they are six months old, and one-year-olds are receiving cochlear implants. The optimal design of device fitting strategies and habilitation techniques must be based on knowledge of auditory development and the effects of abnormal experience with sound. Moreover, there is a growing recognition of the contributions of auditory processing deficits to speech and language disorders. Again, the nature of the relationship between perception and language development must provide the basis for attempts to remediate such problems. Although recent volumes have addressed auditory development, they have focused on development in nonhuman species. Although this work is certainly informative to workers in the field of human development, it is often difficult to generalize findings from nonhumans to humans. The goal of the proposed book is to provide a basic reference for graduate students, clinicians, and researchers on fundamental principles of human auditory development, with an emphasis on the effects of auditory experience on development. This volume will provide an important contemporary reference on hearing development and will lead to new ways of thinking about hearing in children and about remediation for children with hearing loss. Much of the material in this volume will document that a different model of hearing is needed to understand hearing during development. The book is expected to spur research in auditory development and in its application to pediatric audiology.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781461414216 (electronic book)
1461414210 (electronic book)
9781283441117 (electronic book)
128344111X (electronic book)
9781461414209 (hardback)
1461414202 (hardback)
OCLC # 769441445
Additional Format Print version: Human auditory development. New York : Springer, 2012 9781461414209 (DLC) 2011941593 (OCoLC)756282184.


If you experience difficulty accessing or navigating this content, please contact the OPAL Support Team