Objective Biological Measures for the Assessment and Management of Auditory Processing Disorder

@inproceedings{Hornickel2011ObjectiveBM,
  title={Objective Biological Measures for the Assessment and Management of Auditory Processing Disorder},
  author={Jane Marie Hornickel and Nina Kraus},
  year={2011}
}
Auditory processing impairments negatively impact language learning, the ability to listen effectively in noisy environments, and the development of reading skills. Behavioral assessments of auditory processing provide valuable insight into auditory function but lack information about the biological health of the auditory pathway, and can be complicated by comorbid disorders, alertness, and motivation. The speech-evoked auditory brainstem response has recently been linked to communication… CONTINUE READING

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