Mayer, Jamie F.
B.A. (Bachelor of Arts)
School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders
This paper is a single case study following an individual diagnosed with CADAS IL (cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infartes and leukoencoephalopathy) who also has a bilateral sensorineural hearing loss. Research and a critical literature review were explored to gather information to further examine the connection between hearing and cognition. Research and methods of pre- and post- testing after cognitive therapy are included and integrated into this paper. Follow-up tests were administered and the results are compared with the previous testing that had been done. Implications involving self-efficacy were further explored in this paper.
Brink, Danielle, "A Connection Between Hearing & Cognition: A Case Study" (2012). Honors Capstones. 27.
Northern Illinois University
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