Older Adults and Hearing Loss: Additional Resources
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Nelson, E. G., & Hinojosa, R. (2006). Presbycusis: a human temporal bone study of individuals with downward sloping audiometric patterns of hearing loss and review of the literature. Laryngoscope, 116(9, Pt 3 Suppl), 1-12
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Palmer, C. V., Adams, S. W., Durrant, J. D., Bourgeois, M., & Rossi, M. (1998). Managing hearing loss in a patient with Alzheimer disease. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 9(4), 275-284.