The Significance of Prelingual Conductive Hearing Loss for Auditory and Linguistic Development of Aboriginal Infants

There is now an extensive literature concerning the possible effects of early otitis media (OM) and concomitant conductive hearing loss (CHL) on auditory, language and social skills acquisition by the developing child (see Haggard and Hughes (1991) for review).

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