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REFERENCES


1. Hall, J., Santucci, M. (1995). "Protecting the Professional Ear: Conservation Strategies and Devices." The Hearing Journal, 48 (3).


2. Hart, C., Geltman, C., Santucci, M., Schupback, J. (1987). "The Musician and Occupational Sound Hazards." Medical Problems of Performing Artists, 2, 22-25.


3. ibid.


4. Katz, J. (ed.) (1994). Handbook of Clinical Audiology (fourth ed.). Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins.


5. Johnson, D., Krueger, R., Marentette, L. (1995). "Rock Concert Noise-Induced Hearing Loss." The Hearing Review, 2(5), 10-11. [See also Katz.]


6. Mueller, H.G.I., Hall, J.W. III (1998). Audiologists' Desk Reference, Volume II. San Diego, CA: Singular Publishers.


7. Trubitt, D.R. "Live Sounds: The Grateful Dead and Sting Do Vegas." Mix Magazine, September 1993.


8. Santucci, M. (1996). "Personal Monitors: What You Should Know." Mix Magazine, May 1996.


9. Santucci, M. "Protecting the Professional Ear: Conservation Strategies and Devices." The Hearing Journal, 48 (3), pp. 10-12.


10. Moore, B.C.J. (1997). An Introduction to the Psychology of Hearing (fourth ed.). San Diego: Academic Press.


11. Kryter, K. D. (1994). The Handbook of Hearing and the Effects of Noise: Physiology, Psychology, and Public Health. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.