PRAKTYKA KLINICZNA
Testy S.I.F.T.E.R. oraz L.I.F.E.-R. i ich zastosowanie w ocenie funkcjonowania dziecka z problemami słuchowymi w szkole
 
Więcej
Ukryj
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Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, Zakład Logopedii i Językoznawstwa Stosowanego, Lublin
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Instytut Fizjologii i Patologii Słuchu, Światowe Centrum Słuchu, Warszawa/Kajetany
AUTOR DO KORESPONDENCJI
Agnieszka Ptaszkowska   

Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, Zakład Logopedii i Językoznawstwa Stosowanego, ul. Sowińskiego 17, 20-040 Lublin, e-mail: a.ptaszkowska@wp.pl
Data publikacji: 30-10-2020
 
Now Audiofonol 2015;4(3):62–68
 
SŁOWA KLUCZOWE
STRESZCZENIE
W artykule przedstawiono opis dwóch testów: S.I.F.T.E.R. – Screening Instrument For Targeting Educational Risk oraz L.I.F.E.-R. – Listening Inventory For Education – Revised oraz ich wykorzystanie w badaniach przeprowadzanych na przestrzeni lat przez różnych badaczy. Kwestionariusze te okazały się przydatnym narzędziem do oceny funkcjonowania dziecka z problemami słuchowymi w środowisku szkolnym. Niniejsza praca ma na celu przybliżenie wymienionych testów oraz dokonanie ich merytorycznej oceny
FINANSOWANIE
Artykuł powstał w związku z realizacją projektu „Zintegrowany system narzędzi do diagnostyki i telerehabilitacji schorzeń narządów zmysłów (słuchu, wzroku, mowy, równowagi, smaku, powonienia)” współfinansowanego przez Narodowe Centrum Badań i Rozwoju w ramach Programu STRATEGMED.
 
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