O they identify the threshold measures o they

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o They identify the threshold measures. o They identify the threshold which a person either hears the sound or identifies this particular test is no longer a threshold measure we’re not looking at an end result that’s a decibel reading but rather a percent score. o Test is done at a super threshold level o A measure of processing; percent correct rather than threshold o 50 word lists (25) – CNC words – Common Words, Phonetically balanced o Lists: CID W-22, NU-6, Maryland CNC o For Kids – PB-K (Phonetically Balanced word list) and WIPI One-level – 80 dBHL, 40dB above SRT, or MCL Carrier Phrase – “Say the word” o We don’t emphasize it. Make it a part of the phrase Monitored Live Voice (VU meter) or Recording 3
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Provide information on degree of “disability” and prognosis for intervention. Acoustic Reflex Testing – Lecture Cast 9.1 4
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Audiology 10.1 & 10.2 -Pediatrics Screening: o Introduction and purpose Early Identification Screening in Schools o Screening – To weed out those who may have a problem vs. those who do not have a problem. New-born baby and Seniors are at risk o Pediatric Techniques used in Diagnostic Testing Introduction & Purpose: o Sweep Screening Separate no problems from potential hearing problems False negatives vs, False positives False negative is passing someone with a problem False negative is thinking someone has a problem when they do not. We screen at 1000, 2000, and 4000 at 25 dB It’s at 25 dB in order to make up for noise o Test Environment: QUEIT SPL levels not to exceed 41.5 @500Hz, [email protected] 1000 Hz 54.5 @ 2000Hz, 62 @ 4000Hz Biological – no < 10dB o Procedures: Who? K or 1, 2, 5, 8, 10 Special Education Teacher/Parent Referrals New Students Screening Levels 1000, 2000, 4000, at 25dB Pass/Fail - One tone, one ear (Referred to be tested)
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  • Fall '15
  • Dr. Peterson
  • Pure tone audiometry, Type I and type II errors,  Dynamic Range of Hearing

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