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Seminars in Hearing is a quarterly review journal that publishes topic-specific issues in the field of audiology including areas such as hearing loss, auditory disorders and psychoacoustics.
The journal presents the latest clinical data, new screening and assessment techniques, along with suggestions for improving patient care in a concise and readable forum. Technological advances with regards to new auditory devices are also featured. The journal's content is an ideal reference for both the practicing audiologist as well as an excellent educational tool for students who require the latest information on emerging techniques and areas of interest in the field.
Seminars in Hearing is accredited by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and the American Academy of Audiology for CEU credits.
2015 Topics Include:
Standardization and Calibration Part 2: Brief Stimuli, Immittance, Amplification and Vestibular Assessment
Guest Editor - Robert Burkard
Sound-Therapy-Based Treatment to Expand the Auditory Dynamic Range
Guest Editor - Craig Formby
Biological Abstracts, BIOSIS, CINAHL, EMBASE, Excerpta Medica and SCOPUS