Auditory Processing Disorder

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When the Brain Can't Hear
by Teri James Bellis
The term auditory processing disorder refers to an affliction of the system running from the ear to the brain that is to be distinguished from problems with hearing, language, and thinking. The author gives a clear and informative account of the condition, which has five basic types and manifold variations. (parents & professionals)

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