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Master of Science (MS)
Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education
Thomas S. Johnson
The purpose df this paper was to evaluate the effectiveness of the Home Auditory Program of Project SKI*HI on the listening skills of its students during the years 1972-1975. The scores of two groups of children, as measured on the SKI*HI Listening Skills Scale were compared. The statistical evaluation indicated that: 1. Significant improvements in listening skills were demonstrated by one group of children during three to eleven months of treatment, and 2. The scores of this treated group were significantly superior to the non-treated group, despite a similarity in age and degree of hearing loss between the two groups.
Carne, Susan Gail Crant, "A Comparative Evaluation of Listening Skills of Hearing Impaired Preschool Children Treated by the Home Auditory Program, Utah Project SKI*HI, 1972-75" (1977). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1657.
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