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Ear and Hearing


Title Abbreviation
Ear Hear
ISSN
0196-0202
Electronic ISSN
1538-4667
Readership
Audiologists, Clinicians, Educators, Otolaryngologists, Otologists, Physicians
Scope
From the basic science of hearing and balance disorders to auditory electrophysiology to amplification and the psychological factors of hearing loss, Ear and Hearing covers all aspects of auditory and vestibular disorders. This multidisciplinary journal consolidates the various factors that contribute to identification, remediation, and audiologic and vestibular rehabilitation. It is the one journal that serves the diverse interest of all members of this professional community -- otologists, audiologists, educators, and to those involved in the design, manufacture, and distribution of amplification systems. The original articles published in the journal focus on assessment, diagnosis, and management of auditory and vestibular disorders.
Sponsoring Association(s)
American Auditory Society (AAS)
Publisher Name
Wolters Kluwer Health - Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - PA
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