Hearing and deafness : a guide for laymen
- Davis, Hallowell, 1896-1992
- New York : Murray Hill Books, 
- Physical Description:
- xv,496 pages : illustrations,portraits ; 22 cm
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- Audiology: Audiology, a meeting of varied specialists, by H. Davis.--Hearing and hearing loss: Physics and psychology of hearing, and Anatomy and physiology of the ear, by H. Davis. Medical aspects of hearing loss, by T. E. Walsh.--Auditory tests and hearing aids: Tests of hearing, and Hearing aids, by H. Davis. The choice and use of hearing aids, by S. R. Silverman and S. G. Taylor.--Rehabilitation for hearing loss: Speech reading, by M. D. Pauls. Auditory training, and Conservation of speech, by R. Carhart. Military aural rehabilitation, by N. Canfield and L. E. Morrissett.--Education and psychology: From Aristotle to Bell, Hard-of-hearing children, and Deaf children, by S. R. Silverman. The psychology of the hard-of-hearing and the deafened adult, by D. A. Ramsdell.--Social and economic problems: Organizations for the auralled handicapped, by B. C. Wright. Employment for the hard of hearing, by A. M. Hill. Vocational guidance for the deaf, by H. R. Myklebust.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographies.
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