Effects of conductive hearing loss: fact or fiction

Ventry, I.M.

Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders 45(2): 143-156

1980


ISSN/ISBN: 0022-4677
PMID: 7442148
DOI: 10.1044/jshd.4502.143
Accession: 028205198

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Abstract
This paper reviews the empirical evidence implicating conductive hearing impairment as a causal agent in learning disability, language dysfunction, and central auditory problems. From this review one can conclude that there are few, if any, valid data linking conductive hearing impairment to any of these problems. Suggestions for improving research in this area conclude the article.