RE: Letters to the Editor regarding Humes, L. & Diefendorf, A. (1993). Chaos or order? Some thoughts on the transition to a professional doctorate in audiology. American Journal of Audiology, 2(2), 7–16 In the March 1994 issue of the AJA, there were a total of 22 Letters to the Editor published in response to the above-cited article. (Surely a record number for this new journal!) At the end of this series of letters, a note was printed from the Editor indicating that ... Letter to the Editor
Letter to the Editor  |   November 01, 1994
RE: Letters to the Editor regarding Humes, L. & Diefendorf, A. (1993). Chaos or order? Some thoughts on the transition to a professional doctorate in audiology. American Journal of Audiology, 2(2), 7–16
 
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  • Larry Humes
    Indiana University
  • Allan Diefendorf
    Indiana University
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Hearing Disorders / Professional Issues & Training / Letters to the Editor
Letter to the Editor   |   November 01, 1994
RE: Letters to the Editor regarding Humes, L. & Diefendorf, A. (1993). Chaos or order? Some thoughts on the transition to a professional doctorate in audiology. American Journal of Audiology, 2(2), 7–16
American Journal of Audiology, November 1994, Vol. 3, 74-c-76. doi:10.1044/1059-0889.0303.74d
 
American Journal of Audiology, November 1994, Vol. 3, 74-c-76. doi:10.1044/1059-0889.0303.74d
In the March 1994 issue of the AJA, there were a total of 22 Letters to the Editor published in response to the above-cited article. (Surely a record number for this new journal!) At the end of this series of letters, a note was printed from the Editor indicating that “Humes chose not to reply to these letters.” This was incorrect. Humes was not given the opportunity to reply (although he did choose not to reply to a previous set of letters regarding an earlier article published in the journal by the authors on a similar issue).
Normally, the task of replying to 22 letters would be a formidable task. Fortunately, 19 of these letters, all apparently from audiologists in private practice, were remarkably similar in content and can, therefore, be dealt with in a single reply.
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