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It is neither necessary nor desirable to test for abnormalities in other modalities when diagnosing auditory processing disorder (APD).

AuthorsDavid R Moore, Melanie A Ferguson
JournalJournal of the American Academy of Audiology (J Am Acad Audiol) 2014 Jul-Aug Vol. 25 Issue 7 Pg. 697-8 ISSN: 2157-3107 [Electronic] Canada
PMID25365372 (Publication Type: Comment, Letter)
Topics
  • Auditory Perception (physiology)
  • Auditory Perceptual Disorders (diagnosis)
  • Evoked Potentials, Auditory, Brain Stem
  • Humans
  • Neuropsychological Tests (standards)
  • Psychoacoustics

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