Objective Measurement Of Primary Reflex Persistence in Children with Hearing Impairments

Nuala Livingstone

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    Original languageEnglish
    Pages264-264
    Number of pages1
    Publication statusPublished - Jul 2009
    Event11th European Congress of Psychology - Oslo, Norway
    Duration: 01 Jul 200901 Jul 2009

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    Conference11th European Congress of Psychology
    CountryNorway
    CityOslo
    Period01/07/200901/07/2009

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    Livingstone, N. (2009). Objective Measurement Of Primary Reflex Persistence in Children with Hearing Impairments. 264-264. Paper presented at 11th European Congress of Psychology, Oslo, Norway.
    Livingstone, Nuala. / Objective Measurement Of Primary Reflex Persistence in Children with Hearing Impairments. Paper presented at 11th European Congress of Psychology, Oslo, Norway.1 p.
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    Livingstone N. Objective Measurement Of Primary Reflex Persistence in Children with Hearing Impairments. 2009. Paper presented at 11th European Congress of Psychology, Oslo, Norway.