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  • Cletus the Angry (and Time-Displaced) Ninja presents...
  • Evaluation and remediation of central auditory processing disorders in children with autism spectrum disorders
  • Authored by: Kozou, H., Azouz, H. G., Abdou, R. M., Shaltout, A.
  • Featuring the talents of Janet the Unresponsive Tree, Angela the Unimpressed Ghost, and Gerald the Clueless Whatchamacallit! 
  • In a recent study, 30 children with high-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)...
  • ...aged between the years of 7 and 12, were assessed for their Central Auditory Processing (CAP) skills.
  • For the children who displayed deficits in their ability to process information through hearing, auditory therapy was undergone with the goal of remedying the children's deficits. (Kozou, Azouz, Abdou, & Shaltout, 2018)
  • Even though the effects of auditory training have been tested on children who are developing typically...
  • ...there haven't been many such tests on children with ASD. (Kozou et al., 2018)
  • But Mr. Cletus, why was this study done?
  • Janet, any thoughts?
  • Janet, for the sake of our readers, I'm going to pretend you've just asked me about the results.
  • Excellent question, Janet!
  • ...
  • ...
  • While the children's overall CAP skills had quite a wide range, from average to showing great deficit...
  • ...the aforementioned auditory training improved the children's scores nearly across the board.
  • Out of all of the children given auditory training, only one did not show a normal pattern of equal-ear listening after the training sessions were complete. Furthermore... (Kozou et al., 2018)
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