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  1. true
  2. profound SNHL
  3. no ties to deaf community
    limited communication skills
    can't speech read
  4. true
  5. occulsion or ceruman in the ear canal
    ear mold too small or doesn't dil
    HA damage by cracked tubing
  6. true
  7. to learn more about the client's perceptions of restricted activates
  8. telementry
  9. 5 feet
  10. Place (manner and voicing are invisible)
  11. the auditorium
  12. 50% or less in ear to be implanted, 60% or less in unimplanted ear
  13. false
  14. because if a client gets 100%, you don't know what they have difficulty with
  15. 7 years
  16. all of the above (easy to administer, inexpensive, non invasive)
  17. OC, AV
  18. 20 to 25 mm
  19. randomized ontrolled trial
  20. all of the above:
    activity limitations posed by hearing loss
    participation restrictions imposed by HL
    efficacy of AR groups
  21. MRI would disrupt the placement of the internal magnet, because an MRI is a giant magnet
  22. 24
  23. false
  24. 2 to 5 mm
  25. 30% or less on word recognition measure
  26. auditory oral
  27. true
  28. visual only
  29. false
  30. is the hearing aid overamplifying sounds for the patient?
  31. high, SNHL, gradually
  32. false
  33. bimodal
  34. coil, coil cable, battery, magnet, speech processor
  35. it lets arenas know if speech processor is picking up sound or troubleshooting is needed
  36. communication strategies + psychosocial training group
  37. true
  38. self control
    flexibility
    knowing feelings of others
  39. usually early implanted children do better on outcome measures , older children were 3 years older than early-implanted children at time of testing, also, sampling effect resulted in small number of children in early implant group
  40. true
  41. true
  42. to ensure adequate audibility and to ensure the hearing aid isn't too loud (A and B only)
  43. to evaluate performance in individuals with profound hearing loss
  44. advance in internal/external components
    speech coding strategies
    more liberal criteria for who can get CI
  45. the accessory port in the back of the processor
  46. true
  47. low, high
  48. controlling social scene
    avoiding social scene
  49. immediately after the client's response
  50. not representative of real world listening situations (eco validity) may artificially inflate scores, could exclude people who would derive benefit from CI's
  51. adults with high frequency hearing loss
  52. ceiling effect
  53. use during HA fitting process

    W = watch talkers mouth
    A = ask specific questions
    T = talk about HL
    C = change the situation
    H = healthcare knowledge
  54. true
  55. false
  56. different speech sounds that look the same
  57. true
  58. phoneme grouped by place of articulation or shape of the mouth
  59. false
  60. Advanced Bionics
    Cochlear Corp
    MedEl
  61. dead battery
  62. look at the classifier data logging information
  63. hand clap
  64. false
  65. at least once a day
  66. IT MAIS
  67. true
  68. true
  69. face-to-face of 45 degree angle
  70. speaker, signal/code, environment, speech reader
  71. Otolaryngologist
    Audiologist
    ASL
    Social workers
    Parents
    Teacher of D/HH