John Victoreen – The Rest of the Story

Many in the discipline of hearing are familiar with his name, associated with the discipline of otometry in working with hearing impairment. What few know is “the rest of the story.” John Austin Victoreen, LL.D., (1902-1986) known to his friends as Jack, was a self-taught physicist, engineer, and inventor, especially active in applied physics. He…

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An Audiologist in the Wilderness – Part II

“I Was Unethical and Didn’t Understand it.” This is a continuation of Part I of “An Audiologist in the Wilderness” by James Curran.  Part I appeared in Wayne’s World Blog October 30th, 2011. James Curran, M.S. Dispensing Hearing Aids by Audiologists Was Unethical At that time, until 1976, to dispense hearing aids was considered unethical…

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