Definitions

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  • adj. Of, or pertaining to, audiology, or the study of hearing.

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Examples

  • However, the benefits of newborn screening are only properly realised when early identification is followed by accurate assessment and diagnosis and skilled support from audiological, medical, social care and education professionals working as a team together with parents.

    Are support services for disabled children in danger?

  • In spite of the efforts of the audiological community (of which I am a member) there is still a popularly held belief that deafening music is better than comfortably loud music.

    gradins - French Word-A-Day

  • Little “d” deaf refers to the audiological condition of hearing impairment, where a deaf person cannot perceive the unaided auditory signal to understand speech.

    Fishbird : “Bob’s House”: SuperBowl 2008 (revisited)

  • The term “hard of hearing” may refer to a person whose hearing impairment is less severe, as measured by a hearing test, but also has a sociological meaning, referring to the person with an audiological impairment who functions within a speech environment more easily, through hearing aids and speechreading.

    Fishbird : “Bob’s House”: SuperBowl 2008 (revisited)

  • Certainly, he needed some audiological tests and might even need psychological attention, but I could assure him he wasn't about to be put away for life.

    Who Do You Say I Am

  • In spite of the efforts of the audiological community of which I am a memberthere is still a popularly held belief that deafening music is better than comfortably loud music.

    gradins - French Word-A-Day

  • A more practical solution might be to develop a small pocket electronic bill reader that provides an audiological read-out of their denominations.

    Help the Blind Tell The Value of Money

  • Eventually that scraping reveals itself as a harrowingly bowed solo, a gritty howl that occasionally pitches up in the range of that intensely quiet sine wave, the electronic and the acoustic merging in the audiological stratosphere.

    Disquiet » Ilya Monosov MP3

  • At the centre of this counter-offensive, typical of all colonising and oppressor classes, there lies the dirty political and audiological propaganda to discredit our strategy and policies inside and outside the country, using the state propaganda machinery.

    January 8 Statement - 1983

  • Ms Carabez said the Carabez Alliance was formed in 2004 with the aim of providing deaf children in Fiji and surrounding Pacific Islands with audiological support.

    Fiji Times Online - Local News

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