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Volume 2

Evaluating Central Auditory Processing: The (Sound) Wave of the Future?

In this issue’s Science Matters, Kasey Jaikien and Frederick Gallun suggest that if even when the audiogram is normal that it may be worthwhile to investigate a potential central auditory processing (CAP) deficit.

Hearing Aid Use for Patients with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Marc Fagelson writes about how awareness and consideration of the special needs of patients with PTSD – the increased need to monitor the acoustical environment, manage exaggerated startle response to sound, decreased sound tolerance, and tinnitus – will enhance the role of the audiologist in their care.