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Normal Hearing

Jeanette Southgate js71aud at btinternet.com
Sat Jun 20 20:00:29 EST 1998

and don't forget to state that this is across the
speech frequencies..........................................

also remember that impairment is not necessarily
equal to disability and that a loss of 25dBHL
at 2-4kHz can have quite an impact on e.g a librarian
or on a person who has that loss unilaterally and therefore
looses their localisation skills.

Try not to be too prescriptive!


Harold O. Hull <34LL3LL at cmuvm.csv.cmich.edu> wrote in message
<98169.23154834LL3LL at cmuvm.csv.cmich.edu>...
>In response to the response reagarding normal hearing, I don't think it
>would be accurate to say normal hearing is "+/- 20 dBHL but rather;
>hearing that falls between 0 and 25 dBHL.  Just thought I'd say so.

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