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Hearing Loss: Determining Eligibility for Social Security Benefits References CHAPTER 1 Alberti, P.W. (1993). Occupational hearing loss in Canada. In R.T. Sataloff, and J. Sataloff (Eds.), Occupational hearing loss (2nd ed.). New York: Marcel Dekker. American Medical Association. (1955). Principles for evaluating hearing loss. Journal of the American Medical Association, 157(16), 1408-1409. American Medical Association. (2001). Guides to the evaluation of permanent impairment (5th ed.). Chicago, IL: American Medical Association. American National Standards Institute. (1996). ANSI S3.6-1996. Specification for audiometers. New York: American National Standards Institute. American National Standards Institute. (1997). ANSI S3.21-1978 (R1997). Method for manual pure-tone threshold audiometry. New York: American National Standards Institute. American National Standards Institute. (2002a). ANSI S3.13-1987 (R2002). Mechanical coupler for measurement of bone vibrators. New York: American National Standards Institute. American National Standards Institute. (2002b). ANSI S3.5-1997. Method for the calculation of the Speech Intelligibility Index. New York: American National Standards Institute. American National Standards Institute. (2003). ANSI S3.1-1999 (R2003). Maximum permissible ambient noise levels for audiometric test rooms. New York: American National Standards Institute. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. (1981). On the definition of hearing handicap. ASHA, 23, 293-297. Bilger, R.C. (1977). Psychoacoustic evaluation of present prostheses. Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology, 86(Suppl 38), 92-140. Blanchfield, B.B., Feldman, J.J., Dunbar, J.L., and Gardner, E.N. (2001). The severely to profoundly hearing-impaired population in the United States: Prevalence estimates and demographics. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 12(4), 183-189. Corthals, P., Vinck, B., De Vel, E., and Van Cauwenberge, P. (1997). Audiovisual speech reception in noise and self-perceived hearing disability in sensorineural hearing loss. Audiology, 36(1), 46-56.

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