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Ramsdell, D. A. (1978). The psychology of the hard-of-hearing and the deafened adult. In H. Davis & S. R. Silverman (Eds), Hearing and Deafness 4th ed.(pp. 499–510). New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.
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Defines three levels of hearing of which the primitive level comprises ambient noises that "maintain our feeling of being part of a living world and contribute to our own sense of being alive. We are not conscious of the important role that these background sounds play in our comfortable merging of ourselves with the life around us because we are not aware that we hear them. [The] deaf person [...] only knows that he feels as if the world were dead."
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