Search ASHA Publications About Electrophysiology
The ASHA online journals and The ASHA Leader are excellent sources of materials to supplement your curriculum.
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The ASHA Leader
Selected Online Leader articles about Electrophysiology:
Re-evaluating the Efficacy of Frequency Transposition
Digital signal processing in recently introduced frequency-lowering algorithms in commercial hearing aids has shown significant benefits for adults and children with hearing loss.
Wideband Measures of Middle-Ear Functioning
Wideband reflectance and wideband absorbance are names for an emerging type of acoustic ear-canal measurements that provides new dimensions for middle-ear assessment.
BioMAP: A Neurodiagnostic Tool for Auditory Processing Disorders
The Biological Marker of Auditory Processing may become a new standard for study, evaluation, and rehabilitation of auditory processing disorders.
The Evolution of Aural Acoustic-Immitance Measurements
Tests to detect and qualify conductive hearing losses have evolved over the last two centuries.
Wideband Energy Reflectance
Middle-ear energy reflectance may hold promise for the treatment of middle-ear disorders.
Using Laser-Doppler Vibrometry to Diagnose Conductive Hearing Loss
In the last decade, laser-Doppler vibrometry has become sensitive enough to make measurements of the motion of the human eardrum practical.
Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring
Intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring is part of the scope of practice of audiologists-and a growing service in academic and private medical institutions.