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References and Further Reading

Further Reading Books

  1. Arlinger, S. (Ed.). Manual of Practical Audiometry, vol. 1. Whurr Publishers Ltd, London and New Jersey.Google Scholar
  2. Arlinger, S. (Ed). Manual of Practical Audiometry, vol. 2. Whurr Publishers Ltd, London and New Jersey.Google Scholar
  3. Arnst, D., Katz, J. (Eds), 1982. Central Auditory Assessment: The SSW Test, Development and Clinical Use. College Hill Press.Google Scholar
  4. Bess, F.H., Humes, L.E., 1990. Audiology, the Fundamentals. Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore.Google Scholar
  5. Gelfand, S.A., 1997. Essentials of Audiology. Thieme, New York.Google Scholar
  6. Hodgson, W.R., 1980. Basic Audiologic Evaluation. Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore and London.Google Scholar
  7. Katz, J., Burkard, R., Medwetsy, L. (Eds.), 2001. Handbook of Clinical Audiology, 5th edition. Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore.Google Scholar
  8. King, P.F., Coles, R.R.A., Lutman, M.E., Robinson, D.W., 1993. Assessment of Hearing Disability. Whurr Publishers, London and New Jersey.Google Scholar
  9. Martin, F.N., 1997. Introduction to Audiology, 6th edition. Allyn and Bacon, Boston.Google Scholar
  10. Martin, M. (Ed.), 1987. Speech Audiometry. Taylor and Francis, London, New York and Philadelphia.Google Scholar
  11. McCormick, B. (Ed.), 1993. Paediatric Audiology 0-5 Years. Whurr Publishers Ltd, London and New Jersey.Google Scholar
  12. Newby, H.A., 1979. Audiology, 4th edition. Prentice Hall, New Jersey.Google Scholar
  13. Newby, H.A., Popelka, G.R., 1992. Audiology. Prentice Hall, New Jersey.Google Scholar
  14. Silman, S., Silverman, C.A., 1991. Auditory Diagnosis Principles and Applications. Academic Press Inc.Google Scholar
  15. Tucker, I., Nolan, M., 1984. Educational Audiology. Croom Helm, Beckenham.Google Scholar

Technical Papers

  1. Goemans, B.C., 1992. Audiometry environment remote control system. Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing 645–650.Google Scholar
  2. Haughton, P., 1998. Present day methods in clinical audiometry. Acoustics Bulletin (July–August), 7–14Google Scholar
  3. Job, A., Buland, F., Maumet, L., Picard J., 1996. Visaaudio: a Windows software application for Bekesy audiogram analysis and hearing research. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine 49, 95–103.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  4. Kujov, H., Madsen, P., Sukolov Y., Sukolova, O., 1997. Comprehensive audiological assessment system. Canadian Acoustics 25(4), 37.Google Scholar
  5. McBride, D., Calvert, I., 1994. Audiometry in industry. Annals of Occupational Hygiene 38, 219–230.Google Scholar

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