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(Central) Auditory Processing Disorders-The Role of the Audiologist

(Central) Auditory Processing Disorders—The Role of the Audiologist ... between deficits in fundamental, discrete auditory processes and language, learning, and ...

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 2005
Document Type:: Position Statement
doi: 10.1044/policy.PS2005-00114
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Central Auditory Processing: Current Status of Research and Implications for Clinical...

Central Auditory Processing: Current Status of Research and Implications for Clinical ... Central Auditory Processes are the auditory system mechanisms and processes ...

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 1996
Document Type:: Technical Report
doi: 10.1044/policy.TR1996-00241
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(Central) Auditory Processing Disorders

The terms language processing and auditory processing are not synonymous; however, disorders of language and auditory processing may lead to similar behavioral symptoms ...

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 2005
Document Type:: Technical Report
doi: 10.1044/policy.TR2005-00043
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Definitions of Communication Disorders and Variations

... in the ability to receive, send, process, and comprehend concepts or verbal, ... Central auditory processing disorders are deficits in the information processing of ...

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 1993
Document Type:: Relevant Paper
doi: 10.1044/policy.RP1993-00208
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Preferred Practice Patterns for the Profession of Audiology

Notes ... 21.0 (Central) Auditory Processing Disorders Evaluation ... providing general information about auditory and balance processes and related disorders and their ...

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 2006
Document Type:: Preferred Practice Patterns
doi: 10.1044/policy.PP2006-00274
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Guidelines for Competencies in Auditory Evoked Potential Measurement and Clinical...

Ad Hoc Committee on Auditory Evoked Potentials, American Speech-Language-Hearing ... They provide guidance on auditory evoked potential measurement but are not official ...

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 2003
Document Type:: Knowledge and Skills
doi: 10.1044/policy.KS2003-00020
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Competencies in Auditory Evoked Potential Measurement and Clinical Applications:...

They provide guidance on auditory evoked potential measurement but are not official ... level, peripheral and/or central auditory disorders, physical disability); and

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 1998
Document Type:: Guidelines
doi: 10.1044/policy.GL1999-00007
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Auditory Integration Training

... in improving performance on behavioral tests of auditory processing, neural responses to auditory stimulation (auditory brainstem response and P300 event-related ...

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 2004
Document Type:: Technical Report
doi: 10.1044/policy.TR2004-00260
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Short Latency Auditory Evoked Potentials

Consequently, there is an upper frequency limit for the allowable spectrum of the signal being processed. ... The auditory system itself also filters the stimulus.

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 1987
Document Type:: Relevant Paper
doi: 10.1044/policy.RP1987-00024
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