Audiology -- Study and teaching
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Contains negatives, black and white images, and contact sheets of images relating to speech pathology and audiology.
Abstract The Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology officially resumed operation under this name in the fall of 1971. The department also opened the University of Denver Speech and Hearing Center in 1974. Due to financial difficulties at the University of Denver, the department closed in 1986.The Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology records contain materials from 1965-1988. They include administrative and financial records, student files, faculty information, course materials,...
Abstract Two unidentified persons and Vice-Chancellor Wilbur Miller discuss a Honeywell recording machine donated to the Speech and Hearing Lab at the University of Denver.
Scope and Contents The Special Education series includes materials specifically related to the Program in Special Education run under direction of the School of Education in conjunction with the Department of Psychology, School of Speech, and Clinical Services.
Abstract Mel Struck, a graduate student at the University of Denver, watches a young child perform tests in the Speech and Hearing Center at the University of Denver as Dr. Bob Johnson runs the test through a soundproof window in an adjacent room. The child is wearing headphones hooked up to a jack in the wall and pointing to various cards on a table according to Johnson's instructions.
Dates: 1972 December
Abstract Four female students holding notebooks watch a young child point to pictures in a book as part of a test in the Speech Pathology and Audiology Speech Clinic at the University of Denver. One of the students is holding a pair of headphones hooked up to a machine. The window behind them is open, and a car parked in a driveway is visible through it.
Abstract (from caption accompanying print:) Sign language is necessary through the five layers of glass between the control and the "noise room" at the D.U. clinic. Here Veteran-Patient Kenneth Frandsen adjusts a test hearing aid to the noise level generated on powerful amplifiers by Dr. John Gaeth, clinic director. This is almost a final step for Frandsen who underwent five separate tests before it was determined an electronic hearing aid would help him.
Abstract A group of students watches a professor operate a machine in the Speech Pathology and Audiology Speech Clinic at the University of Denver while one student speaks into a microphone attached to the machine.
Dates: 1981 November 12
Abstract (from caption on back:) "Senior Brian Bunch and graduate student Martha Northcutt use the Tracoustic Audiometer to perform a hearing in the Speech and Hearing Center." Northcutt is speaking into a microphone while Bunch looks up and takes notes.