The overview and details of the common condition of tinnitus are covered for audiology, speech and language science students. Beginning with epidemiology, including classification, incidence in various populations and etiology, the volume also addresses the psychological profile of tinnitus patients. In addition the effects of tinnitus on lifestyle, employment, relationships and communicaiton are included. Briefings cover insomnia, physiological and neural mechanisms, evaluation, management, surgery and childhood tinnitus. Therapy and treatment modalities are presented in detail.Richard S. Tyler is the author of 'Tinnitus Handbook', published 2000 under ISBN 9781565939226 and ISBN 1565939220.