Richard Bishop

Richard Bishop

Behavioral Audiology—An Introduction

An Open Letter to the Audiology Community

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ONLINE FEATURE | An Open Letter to the Audiology Community: Behavioral Audiology—An Introduction

Behavioral audiology (BA) is based on a simple question: How do changes in an individual’s auditory status affect their overt and covert behaviors, specifically, but not exclusively, their receptive communication function? This leads to the corollary: What changes can we, as audiologists, effect in a client’s auditory behavior to improve their receptive communication function?


Publication Issue: Audiology Today July/August 2020