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While the infant's visual attention is carefully kept under control, the hand 38 Β. BARR with the sound source is moved up, out of sight, about 20 cm behind the child's ear. By a distinct turning of the head in the direction of the hand where a bell is brought to sound, the child shows that he has chosen a new attention focus and searches for the source of the sound. (Figs. ) The visual attention is caught anew from the front and the proce dure is repeated on the other side, and then again with the second sound source on both sides.
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J. Brasier, W . D . L. INTRODUCTION This paper refers to a particular group of children attending the school age clinic of the Department of Audiology and Education of the Deaf: those with bilateral sensorineural deafness. Children are referred to this clinic, principally because of hearing and linguistic problems, from a variety of medical sources: otologists, family doctors, community physicians. Many of the children suffer from conductive deafness; others may have additional disabilities but substantial numbers have perceptive deafness.
Disorders of Auditory Function. Volume III by Ian G. Taylor, Andreas Markides