Table of contents for Handbook of clinical audiology / editor-in-chief, Jack Katz ; editors, Robert Burkard, Linda Hood, Larry Medwetsky.

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1. Clinical Audiology
Jack Katz
2. Calibration
Laura Ann Wilber and Robert Burkard
3. Puretone Evaluation 
Robert Schlauch and Peggy Nelson
4. Bone Conduction
John Durrant and B. A. Vento (need au agrremtn)
5. Speech Audiometry
Rachel McArdle and Theresa Hnath Chisolm 
6. Clinical Masking
William S. Yacullo
7. Case History
Douglas L. Beck
8. Principles of Acoustic Immittance and Acoustic Transfer Functions
Douglas H. Keefe and M. Patrick Feeney
9. Tympanometry
Janet Shanks and Jack Shohet
10. The Acoustic Reflex
Stanley A. Gelfand
11. Introduction to Auditory Evoked Potentials
Robert Burkard and Kathleen Szalda McNerney
12. Electrocochleography 
Paul J. Abbas and Carolyn J. Brown (check spell of Carolyn; chapter has it as 
Caroline)
13. Audio Brainstorm Response: Differential Diagnosis 
Manuel Don and Betty Kwong
14. ABR: Threshold Prediction
Yvonne Sininger and Martyn Hyde
15. The Auditory Steady-State Response
Barbara Cone-Wesson and Andrew Dimitrijevic (check spell of Dimitrijevic (or 
Dimitrinjevic))
16. Intraoperative Monitoring 
William H. Martin, Tracy Mishler, and Baker Shi 
17. Middle Latency Response
Anthony Cacace and Dennis McFarland
18. Cortical Event-Related Potentials to Auditory Stimuli 
David R. Stapells
19. Clinical Neurophysiology of the Vestibular System
Kamran Barin
20. Evaluation of the Patient With Dizziness and Balance Disorders 
Neil T. Shepard
21. Otoacoustic Emissions 
Beth Prieve, Tracy Fitzgerald, and Linda Hood 
22. Physiologic Bases of Auditory Management 
Charles Berlin
23. Assessment of Hearing Loss Children
Allan O. Diefendorf
24. Educational Audiology/Hearing Screening
Cheryl Deconde Johnson
25. Mechanisms Underlying Central Auditory Processing
Larry Medwetsky and Kim Tillery
26. Auditory Pathway Representations of Speech Sounds in Humans
Daniel A. Abrams and Nina Krause
27. Auditory Processing Testing: A Battery Approach 
Kim Tillery 
28. Behavioral Therapeutic Approaches for CAP
Larry Medwetsky and Jack Katz
29. Difficult-to-Test Special Populations 
Anne Marie Tharpe
30. Occupational Hearing Conservation
James Feuerstein and xMarshall Chasin 
31. Nonorganic Hearing Loss
Frederick N. Martin
32. Hearing Loss in the Elderly: A New Look at an Old Problem
Barbara E. Weinstein
33. Tinnitus/Hyperacusis
Richard S. Tyler
34. Room Acoustics and Auditory Rehabilitation Technology
Joseph Smaldino, Carl Crandel, Brian Kreisman, Andrew John, and Nicole 
Kreisman
35. Hearing Aid Technology
Ruth Bentler and Gus Mueller
36. Hearing Aids: Assessment/Trouble Shooting
Moneca Price, xMarshall Chasin, and William Cole
37. Hearing Instrument Fitting and Verification: Children
Pat Stelmachowitz and Brenda Hoover
38. Hearing Aid Fitting for Adults: Selection, Fitting, Verification, and, 
Validation
Michael Valente and Maureen Valente
39. Building a Successful Audiology Practice
David R. Cunningham and xJames A. Baer
40. Cochlear Implants
Teresa A. Zwolan
41. Management of Deaf & Hard of Hearing Children
Arlene Stredler Brown
42. Management of Adults with Hearing Impairment 
Dean Garstecki and Susan Erler 
43. Audiologic Counseling for the Hearing Impaired
Kris English
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Audiology -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Hearing disorders -- Diagnosis -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Hearing Disorders.