The Handbook of Pediatric Audiology by Sanford Gerber

By Sanford Gerber

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I know no otolaryngologist who cares more about children's communication capabilities or is more skillful in dealing with them. Bob Ruben is at once clinician, teacher, scholar, and writer of premier ability, as chapter 3 attests. Chapters 4 through 9 address matters of diagnosis. The ultimate issue that concerns us is infants' communicative behavior. Allan Diefendorf, chair of the national Joint Committee on Infant Hearing, and Judy Gravel are the authorities on what it is that babies should naturally doand on what it means when they don't (chapter 4).

I even had the pleasure of inviting a former student, Judy Brimacombe, to join the group because of her knowledge and experience. This is a teacher's reward. Still, I am the editor and hope that I have not harmed anyone's prose. This volume is intended to be a handbooknot a textbookand is written for the professional and the advanced student. It offers advice to practitioners in the hope that babies will benefit from what we have done here. The organization of the book allows readers to work through or across the content.

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