- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 2010 ed.
- Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Gordon-Salant, Sandra (ed.), Frisina, Robert D. (ed.), Popper, Arthur N. (ed.), Fay, Richard R. (ed.)
- 7 colour illustrations 135 black & white illustrations
- XVI, 302 p.
- 234 x 158 x 19 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Hardback
- 589 g
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From the reviews: "This book provides an overview of all areas of age-related hearing loss, from physiology to epidemiology to processing of spoken language. ... targeted at those who are interested in hearing research, advanced graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and clinical investigators. ... This topic is covered thoroughly in a well-balanced and comprehensive way. ... the book provides an `overview of contemporary research trends from interrelated disciplines whose studies aim to meet this compelling need.'" (Melanie Moriarty, Doody's Review Service, April, 2010) "Designed to introduce new researchers to fundamentals and veterans to interesting areas of audiology ... . The 10 studies here are by scientists who study presbycusis - hearing loss attributed to the aging process - from the perspective of a complementary discipline such as physiology, otolayngology, neurobiology or psychology." (SciTech Book News, June, 2010)
Bloggat om The Aging Auditory System
and Overview.- The Physiology of Cochlear Presbycusis.- Cell Biology and Physiology of the Aging Central Auditory Pathway.- Closing the Gap Between Neurobiology and Human Presbycusis: Behavioral and Evoked Potential Studies of Age-Related Hearing Loss in Animal Models and in Humans.- Behavioral Studies With Aging Humans: Hearing Sensitivity and Psychoacoustics.- Binaural Processing and Auditory Asymmetries.- Effects of Senescent Changes in Audition and Cognition on Spoken Language Comprehension.- Factors Affecting Speech Understanding in Older Adults.- Epidemiology of Age-Related Hearing Impairment.- Interventions and Future Therapies: Lessons from Animal Models.