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  1. Basic Auditory Perception Abilities: range of frequencies the human ear can perceive
  2. Communication Model
  3. Noise within the listener
  4. Auditory Therapy
  5. Basic Auditory Perception Abilities: range of intensity levels the human ear can process
  1. a involves an attempt to assist a child or adult with a hearing loss in maximizing the use of whatever degree of residual hearing remains
  2. b 20-20,000 Hz
  3. c 0 dB SPL to 130 dB SPL
  4. d 1. Source or Speaker
    2. Message
    3. Receiver
    4. Feedback
    5. Environment
  5. e poor listening skills, poor attending skills, lack of familiarity with rules of the language

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. -learning to maximize the use of auditory and other related cues available for the perception of speech
    -adjustment and orientation to facilitate the optimum use of amplification, cochlear implant or tactile device
  2. 65 dB HL
  3. focus on the message
  4. poor syntax, poor articulation
  5. 45 dB HL

5 True/False questions

  1. Closurefill in the gaps

          

  2. Auditory Perceptioninvolves an attempt to assist a child or adult with a hearing loss in maximizing the use of whatever degree of residual hearing remains

          

  3. Comprehensionfull understanding

          

  4. Raymond Carhart recommended that auditory training for adults shouldfocus on re-educating a skill diminished as a consequence of hearing loss

          

  5. Auditory Training programs for adults: Consonant Recognition Training-relies primarily on analytic approach to facilitate improved speech production
    -incorporates speechreading into a combined auditory-visual approach
    -allows for intense drill to occur for a select number of consonants during a relatively short therapy session