This paper discusses three new developments in the assessment and management of auditory professing disorders (APD) that hold great potential for clinical application in the future. These developments include: 1) the introduction of a new test of temporal resolution (a gap detection test), which promises to fill a void in the current APD assessment arena; 2) the development of a novel intervention approach designed to facilitate resolution of ear differences noted during dichotic speech testing; and 3) the application of electrophysiological test measures to document the efficacy of auditory training programs as rehabilitative strategies. Each of these developments will be described and the available data to support its use in the assessment and/or management of individuals with APD will be discussed.
|Number of pages||11|
|State||Published - Mar 1 2006|
- Dichotic interaural intensity differences
- Electrophysiological assessment
- Gap detection
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Speech and Hearing