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Foreword by Craig Newman. Introduction. Prevalence. Mechanisms and models. Assessment. Clinical Aspects of Hyperacusis. Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Sound Therapies for Hyperacusis. Conclusions.
David Baguley, Ph.D. David M. Baguley, Ph.D., is Consultant Clinical Scientist and Head of Audiology, at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge University Hospitals, in the NHS Foundation Trust. Gerhard Andersson, Ph.D. Gerhard Andersson, Ph.D., is Professor in the Department of Behavioural Sciences, at Linkoping University, in Sweden.
Michael D. Seidman, MD., Otology and Neurotology, (2008): "...Provides the reader the opportunity to gain an understanding of the prevalance and purported mechanisms. The book segues into a thorough cookbook-style method to assess the patient and delves more deeply into the clinical and behavioral underpinnings of hyperacusis." Miranda C Griffin, Luton & Dunstable Hospital, Luton, Beds: "This book is clear and concise, and not terrifyingly long. As well as discussing some of the avenues for scientific research it goes on in a more practical vein to explore the development of cognitive behaviour therapy programmes, and how sound generators have been used in the treatment of hyperacusis. It is a descriptive book which looks ahead, and frequently reminds us that there are currently gaps in our knowledge, which have yet to be addressed. However, it is positive and optimistic in its approach, and contains enough practical advice for the clinician to keep going back to it as a valuable reference tool."