Volume 10

Book Review

Instrumentation for Audiology and Hearing Science: Theory and PracticeAuthor: Shlomo Silman, Michele B. Emmer, Carol A. Silverman, & Alexa BrodyPublished: 3/31/2022 Reviewed by Kuruvilla Mathew I am very glad I got an opportunity to review this book as it has helped me refresh my physics basics knowledge with pictorial representation and great examples for any…

Volume 9

Book Review

Basic Concepts of CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY in Audiology Reviewed by Robert V. Harrison This is a very comprehensive compendium, multi-authored (N=36) by the best in the field. The work has been compiled under the direction of IERSAG – the International Evoked Response Audiometric Study Group which has a longstanding reputation for promoting the field of auditory…

Book Review

Music and Hearing Aids: A Clinical Approach Reviewed by Ian O’Brien, PhDResearch Audiologist, AudearaPrincipal Musician, The Queensland Symphony Orchestra I hold Canadian audiologist Marshall Chasin, at least partly responsible for my discovery of audiology. Many years ago (while trying to figure out what the ringing in my ears was all about), I devoured his first book…

Book Review

Taylor, B. Relationship-Centered Consultation Skills for Audiologists: Remote and In-person Care, 2022. pp. 303 (softcover). ISBN13: 978-1-63550-335-7 Reviewed by Danielle Glista This book complements the multiple titles published by Dr. Brian Taylor, reframing the topic of consultation skills for audiologists to align with the current digital health era. In addition, it presents a hearing care…

Book Review

HEAR & BEYOND: Live Skillfully with Hearing Loss Eberts, S, Hannan, G (2022). Page Two. ISBN   978-1-77458-160-5 (paperback)ISBN   978-1-77458-161-2 (eBook) Reviewed by Rex Banks, AuD, Reg. CASLPO Shari Eberts and Gael Hannan are arguably two of the most familiar faces in hearing health consumer advocacy on the planet. For years, I have been following both,…

Book Review

Audiological Research Over Six DecadesJames Jerger, PhDPlural Publishing, Inc.ISBN # 978-1-63550-370-8 Reviewed by Marshall Chasin, AuD I must admit to being a voyeur… or at least a historical voyeur. Audiological Research Over Six Decades provides us with a historical glimpse into how the research was performed, and its evolution, and in some cases, its return…

Volume 8

Book Review

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Tinnitus Reviewed by Calvin Staples As a clinical audiologist who, like many of us, has worked with tinnitus patients and someone who has also attempted to seek new forms of treatment or therapy for tinnitus suffers, the opportunity to review the textbook Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) For Tinnitus was welcomed. The…

Striking the Right Balance

Michael Vekasi, AuD, R.Aud, Aud(C), FAAA and Erica Zaia, MSc, RAUD are coordinating the “Striking the Right Balance,” feature which will cover the latest information on ‘all things vestibular.’ If you would like to be more involved in all things vestibular, please sign-up for the Vestibular Special Interest Group. Sign-up by simply emailing CAAvestibular@gmail.com to…

Book Review

Of Sound Mind. How Our Brain Constructs a Meaningful Sonic World By Nina Kraus, Ph.D. The MIT Press. Cambridge, Massachusetts | London, England. ISBN 9780262045865 (hardcover). This book has 368 pages, including the index. Reviewed by: Amineh Koravand, PhD Dr. Nina Kraus is the Hugh Knowles Professor at Northwestern University, exploring the neural encoding of…

Book Review

Auditory-Verbal Therapy: Science, Research, and Practice | Editors: Warren Estabrooks, Helen McCaffrey Morrison, and Karen MacIver-Lux | Published: 4/29/2020 | ISBN: 978-1-63550-174-2 | https://www.pluralpublishing.com/publications/auditory-verbal-therapy-science-research-and-practice Warren Estabrooks, Helen McCaffrey-Morrison, and Karen MacIver-Lux have brought us a new tome of auditory-verbal knowledge. The book is just under 1,000 pages and includes contributions from over 40 authors across…