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Charles I. Berlin - bibliography

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American audiologist.


  • Charles I. Berlin:
    Hearing Science: Recent Advances. 1984.
  • Linda J. Hood, Charles I. Berlin:
    Auditory Evoked Potentials (Pro-ed Studies in Communicative Disorders). 1986.
  • Charles I. Berlin:
    Hair Cells and Hearing AIDS. 1996.
  • Charles I. Berlin, Robert Wenthold:
    Neurotransmission and Hearing Loss: Basic Science, Diagnosis and Management.
    Kresge-Mirmelstein Symposium 1995. New Orleans, 15 January, 1997.
  • Charles I. Berlin:
    Otoacoustic Emissions: Basic Science and Clinical Applications. Singular Audiology Text. 1998.
  • Charles I. Berlin:
    The Efferent Auditory System: Basic Science and Clinical Applications.
    Book with CD-ROM. 1999.
  • Charles I. Berlin and Bronya J. B. Keats, publishers:
    Hair Cells : Micromechanics and Hearing. Singular Publishing Group Inc, 2000.
  • Charles I. Berlin, Richard P. Bobbin:
    Hair Cells: Micromechanics and Hearing. Singular Audiology Text. 2000.
  • Charles I. Berlin:
    Hair Cell Micro-Mechanics and Otoacoustic Emission. 2002.
  • Charles I Berlin, Theodore Weyand:
    The Brain And Sensory Plasticity : Language Acquisition And Hearing. 2003.

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