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Central auditory processing disorders often present with language disorders, sensory integration dysfunction, and learning disabilities (LD).
Problems related to central auditory processing disorders (CAPD) often present with problems related to language disorders, sensory integration dysfunction, and learning disabilities (LD).
Multidimensional approach to the differential diagnosis of central auditory processing disorders in children.
Modality specificity as a criterion for diagnosing central auditory processing disorders. American Journal of Audiology, 4(3), 36-48.
Central auditory processing disorders: New perspectives.
The chapters on auditory training, signal enhancement, classroom management, and managing central auditory processing disorders in adolescents and adults should be particularly enlightening for otologists.
The greatest proportion of those audiologists who had no specific coursework reported that less than 6 hours of other courses focused on pediatric amplification (55%), on pediatric habilitation (46%), on pediatric counseling (62%), on pediatric electrophysiology (66%), and on central auditory processing disorders (74%).
Choices included case history, behavioral observation audiometry, otoacoustic emissions, central auditory processing disorders, evaluations, auditory brainstem responses, visual reinforcement audiometry, neonatal screening, conditioned play audiometry, immittance, counseling, and tests for functional hearing loss.
= program directors; CAPD = central auditory processing disorders; CPA = conditioned play audiometry; VRA = visual reinforcement audiometry.
The greatest proportion of program directors with school system affiliations reported that their graduates obtained 16 to 30 hours with central auditory processing disorders, while the greatest proportion of those not affiliated reported that their graduates obtained less than 6 hours with central auditory processing disorders.

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