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CPHI
Version 1.0 of the CPHI Scoring Program software is currently available for a cost of $30 (US).

The CPHI Scoring Program is a 32-bit Microsoft Windows® application that can run on most systems with Microsoft Windows version 95/98 or later. The software needs at least 2 MB of hard disk space for the program and associated files. In order to run the CPHI Scoring Program you must have the 32-Bit Borland Database Engine (BDE) installed on your computer. If it is not already installed, the install program for the scoring program will install the BDE and configure it for you.

The software is a Windows version of the original program (release 2.0), written in dBase IV (Demorest & Erdman, 1994a). CPHI data are easily entered and stored in the system database. A profile of the subject's scores may be printed from the data entry screen. Previously entered records may be edited or deleted and an individual's item responses for any of the 22 scales may be viewed and/or printed. The program allows the user to search and load previously entered records for viewing or printing. Records are stored as 'dbf' files and may be easily imported into statistical programs for analysis.

The CPHI© and the accompanying CPHI Manual: A Guide for Clinical Use (Erdman and Demorest, 1994b) may be purchased from:

Hearing Rehabilitation Laboratory
UMBC
1000 Hilltop Circle
Baltimore, MD 21250

References

Demorest, M.E., & Erdman, S.A. (1987). Development of the Communication Profile for the Hearing Impaired. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 52, 129-143.

Demorest, M. E., & Erdman, S. A. (1994a). User's guide to the CPHI Database System. (2 ed.). Baltimore, MD: CPHI Services.

Erdman, S. A., & Demorest, M. E. (1994b). CPHI Manual: A guide to clinical use. Baltimore, MD: CPHI Services.

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