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Introduction to audiology today
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allier Library Stacks
RF294 .H322 2014

Stuttering : an integrated approach to its nature and treatment, 4th ed.
Callier Library Stacks
RC 424 .G827 2014 

Noise and the brain : experience dependent developmental and adult plasticity  2014

 

 

Introduction

Audiology

Resources on the study of audiology

Library of Congress Call Number Ranges:  

Hearing Physiology QP460-QP469.3
Equilibrium QP471-QP471.2
Otolaryngology RF85-RF85.7
Otology RF109.2-RF320
Audiology RF286-RF320
Noise and Noise Control TD891-TD894

Important Resources

Selected Reference Tools in Audiology

This collection includes sources such as dictionaries, encyclopedias and directories to help find brief explanations and general information about terms and concepts in Audiology.

Reference Sources in Audiology
  • Roeser's audiology desk reference, 2nd ed. RF290 .R555 2013 (Callier Library, Reference) and Eugene McDermott Library, 4th floor
  • Merck manual of diagnosis and therapy, 18th ed. RC55 .M5 2006 (McDermott Reference Desk, 2nd floor) and online
  • Syndrome identification for audiology : an illustrated pocket guide. RC69 .S478 2001 (Callier Libray, Reference)
  • A Dictionary of Hearing QP461 .M375 2014 (Callier Library Stacks)

Subject Guide

Carol Oshel
Contact:
Eugene McDermott Library
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