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Young, E.D., Spirou, G.A., Rice, J.J. and Voigt, H.F. (1992) Neural Organization and Responses to Complex Stimuli in the Dorsal Cochlear Nucleus. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences, 336, 407-413.

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  • TITLE: A Brief Overview of Amblyaudia

    AUTHORS: RaeLynn J. Lamminen, Daniel Houlihan

    KEYWORDS: Amblyaudia, Auditory Processing Disorder, Otitis Media

    JOURNAL NAME: Health, Vol.7 No.8, August 5, 2015

    ABSTRACT: Amblyaudia, a recent subcategory of auditory processing disorder, is characterized by asymmetrical auditory processing of an individual’s ears. Amblyaudia can result in speech comprehension difficulties, reading difficulties, information processing deficits, and inattention. These difficulties can be mistakenly attributed to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Specific Learning Disorders (SLD), depression, anxiety disorders, and communication disorders. Unfortunately, traditional hearing tests do not place the two ears in competition and cannot detect asymmetry. Therefore, students who exhibit these difficulties and have normal performance on traditional hearing tests should be also evaluated for amblyaudia with dichotic listening tests. Amblyaudia can be addressed through dichotic listening tasks that strengthen the non-dominant ear, as well as minor adjustments to the classroom environment. This paper will examine the current literature on amblyaudia and provide a brief overview of the causes, diagnosis, treatments, and prognosis.