The unit will introduce the different types of hearing loss, basic audiological tests, and clinical procedures for evaluating hearing in children and adults. Students will learn to interpret audiological results and make conclusions about the severity, type, and configuration of the hearing impairment. This will promote an understanding of how the anatomy and physiology of the ear and cortex function, and how to assess the structures of the auditory system to diagnose different hearing related conditions.
2 hours per week lectures, 1 hour per week tutorial
case based assignment (25%), practical hearing assessment and report (35%) final exam (40%)
Applied Anatomy and physiology for speech pathology and audiology. Jane, T.(2011). Lippincott Williams and Wilkins. Anatomy and Physiology of the Ear. Katz, J. Handbook of Clinical Audiology.Lippincott William and Wilkins. 7th Edition 2014.
This unit is a prerequisite for CSCD3XXX Audiology 2
Anatomy and neurology of the auditory system
BIOS2166 OR ANAT2010