Institute of Linguistics, Adam Mickiewicz University


Investigationes Linguisticae

  Bulletin devoted to general, comparative and applied linguistics

  Selected: Vol. XVIII, 2009
  Table of Contents
  Full Papers
  Reports, Abstracts etc.
  Student Papers
  Varia Linguisticae

  General Information
  Announcements
  Lista recenzentów
  Guidelines for Authors
  Editoral Committee
  CL-A 2010 - Instructions
  Contact

  Archive (electronic)
 Volume XXX - 2014 (new)
 Volume XXIX - 2013
 Volume XXVIII - 2013
 Volume XXVII - 2012
 Volume XXVI - 2012
 Volume XXV - 2012
 Volume XXIV - 2011
 Volume XXIII - 2011
 Volume XXII - 2010
 Volume XXI - 2010
 Volume XX - 2010
 Volume XIX - 2010
 Volume XVIII - 2009
 Volume XVII - 2009
 Volume XVI - 2008
 Volume XV - 2007
 Volume XIV - 2006
 Volume XIII - 2006
 Volume XII - 2005
 Volume XI - 2004
 Volume X - 2004
 Volume IX - 2003
 Volume VIII - 2002
 Volume - 0000

  Archive (printed)
 Volume VII - 1999
 Volume VI - 1999
 Volume V - 1999
 Volume IV - 1998
 Volume III - 1998
 Volume II - 1997
 Volume I - 1995
     
 
Volume XVIII, 2009
Table of Contents


The Polish linguistic test review in the assessment of Central Auditory Processing Disorders
Joanna MÄ…ka

Download document

Other articles by this author | Add to Quick Links

Source: Investigationes Linguisticae, Volume XVIII, 2009, pp. 55-71
Category: Full Papers

Language: English

English Abstract:

The issue presented here dwells on linguistic tests as universal materials used in detection of hearing deficits and as a possibility of hearing training in all stages of speech perception. The article ranges the tests of which usage is important in case of the Central Auditory processing Disorder. The auditory impairments like CAPD are seldom phenomena from which suffer 10 % of adults and 2-3% of children. Everybody who frequently mishears words, misses instructions, has difficulty rapidly and accurately processing verbal information, has trouble with the prosodic or musical aspects of speech, or has noticeable difficulty hearing in background noise, should be suspected of having an auditory processing deficit and should receive a thorough evaluation. In other words, problem with interpreting and analyzing the sensory information received via auditory pathway is called Central Auditory Processing Disorder and needs a proper battery of audiologic tests. Criteria, which should be applied while preparing central auditory tests, have recently undergone practical practical and theoretical verification. Difficulty in formulating a representative , reliable and precise test is caused by many variables which appear by necessity of taking the phonetic and acoustic structure into consideration. Tests used in medical examination in order to diagnose Central Auditory Processing Disorders are classified into two major categories: Psychoacoustic tests and Electrophysiologic tests.

BibTeX Entry:

@article{ Maka-18,
 author="Joanna MÄ…ka",
 title= "The Polish linguistic test review in the assessment of Central Auditory Processing Disorders",
 journal="Investigationes Linguisticae",
 volume="18",
 pages="55--71",
 year="2009",
 url="http://inveling.amu.edu.pl/index.php?direct=214" }
     
Quick Search
  Search in
  Results per page

Quick Links
No articles have been added to Quick Links. Use "Add to Quick Links" in the article details.


Get Acrobat Reader
Get Ghostscript
Copyright © Institute of Linguistics, Adam Mickiewicz University
Design and programming by Marcin Junczys-Dowmunt