Marked High-Frequency Hearing Loss in Children: A Problem in Early Identification In the August 1977 issue, the article by Ralph O. Coleman and Rodney O. Pelson, “Marked High-Frequency Hearing Loss in Children: A Problem in Early Identification,” contains an error. In the second line of the abstract, the word “spectral” should be substituted for the word “special.” The sentence should read, ... Erratum
Erratum  |   February 01, 1978
Marked High-Frequency Hearing Loss in Children: A Problem in Early Identification
 
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Erratum   |   February 01, 1978
Marked High-Frequency Hearing Loss in Children: A Problem in Early Identification
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, February 1978, Vol. 43, 110. doi:10.1044/jshd.4301.110
 
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, February 1978, Vol. 43, 110. doi:10.1044/jshd.4301.110

In the August 1977 issue, the article by Ralph O. Coleman and Rodney O. Pelson, “Marked High-Frequency Hearing Loss in Children: A Problem in Early Identification,” contains an error. In the second line of the abstract, the word “spectral” should be substituted for the word “special.” The sentence should read, “The limitations of noisemakers and speech in detecting marked high-frequency hearing impairment in young children are illustrated by spectral analysis.”

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