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The science of hearing.



the study of hearing. Audiology studies the condition of a person’s hearing and the causes of deafness and hearing disorder and develops methods for their diagnosis and prophylaxis. The study of the influence of industrial factors (noise, vibration, toxic materials) on the auditory functions and the prophylaxis of these disorders occupies an important place. The practical goal of audiology is to combat deafness. With the development of functional ear surgery, the object of which is the restoration and improvement of hearing, audiology has come to include the study of the advisability of ear operations and the appraisal of their results. The elaboration of methods for combating hearing disorders in children is a special area in audiology— pedaudiology.


Undrits, V. F., Ia. S. Temkin, and L. V. Neiman. Rukovodstvo po klinicheskoi audiologii. Moscow, 1962.
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Once the audiologist confirms the degree of hearing loss, she assists the child in maximizing any residual hearing.
HPOs are expected to arrange for their unit to participate in an annual hearing health briefing from one of the FCHP preventive medicine audiologists.
Audiologists are health care professionals trained to evaluate and test hearing, hearing loss and related disorders.
Janet Jackson, senior audiologist at the Calderdale Royal, said: "The extra work our staff have put in has brought about excellent results.
There are not enough people in our industry for me to be able to cherry pick them--everyone in the industry is sought after--so the only way is to train my staff to become audiologists.
At Scrivens we have been leading the way in high street hearing care for over 50 years and have a large team of hearing aid audiologists across the UK, many of whom are BSHAA members.
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Branson and Miller critically address the impact of this "normalizing" treatment on deaf people for the early twentieth-century when audiologists played key roles in determining who was "treatable" for residual hearing.