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Schema Induction & Auditory Processing

Ronald C. Jones, Ph.D., CCC-A, COI

June 25, 2012



What is schema induction (reduction)?


This is the adoption of a set of remediation approaches or methods found to be particularly effective in addressing either one or a composite of auditory processing problems.  The idea is to select from the several available approaches, a single approach or a small set of approaches, that can maximize positive remediation outcomes.  Schema induction is viewed as a “top-down” strategy because it requires consideration of not only central auditory performance, but also more global communication performance, and subsequent learning.

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Treatment to Improve Timing & Synchronization of Critical Neural Networks for Speech, Language, and Cognitive-Communicative Abilities; presented in partnership with Interactive Metronome
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