THE JOURNAL

Peer-Reviewed Research Presentations

 

The Journal at HearingHealthMatters.org provides free access to articles and peer-reviewed research, in the form of articles and research posters (PDF format) that have been presented at the meetings of professional societies in the discipline of hearing. Use of materials is allowed and requires that proper credit be given.


Articles

Auditory Levels of Sport Firearms

Wayne J. Staab, Dr. Wayne J. Staab & Associates, Dammeron Valley, UT
Robert Lindberg, Peoria, IL
William F. Rintelmann, Carefree, AZ

 

Wind Turbine Noise and Human Health: A Four-Decade History of Evidence that Wind Turbines Pose Risks

Jerry L. Punch. Professor Emeritus, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MIRichard R. James.  E- Coustic Solutions and Adjunct Professor, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI


 

Research Posters

Development of an Open Source Hearing Aid Platform

William Audette1, Odile Claviere1, Daniel Rasetshwane2, Stephen Neely2, Marc Brennan2, Ryan McCreedy2
Creare LLC1
Boys Town National Research Hospital2
American Auditory Society, 2017

 

Reliability of the Home Hearing Test: Implications for Public Health

Lauren Langley1, Cornetta Mosley1, Adrian Davis2, Kathy Pichora-Fuller3, Catherine McMahon4, Kelly Tremblay1
University of Washington, Seattle, WA1
AD CAVE Solutions2
University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada3
Macquarie University, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia4
American Auditory Society, 2017

 

Acceptable Hearing Aid Throughput Delay For Listeners with Hearing Loss Under Noisy Conditions

Justin R. Burwinkel, Martin McKinney, Jason Galster
Starkey Hearing Technologies, Inc., Eden Prairie, MN
American Auditory Society, 2016

 

Effects of Sports-Related Concussion on Auditory Processing in University Athletes

Julianne Ceruti1, Stephanie Waryasz1, Frank Musiek2, Pradeep Ramanathan1
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT1
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ2
American Auditory Society, 2015

 

Disassociation Between Neurologic and Pediatric Subjects for Dichotic and Filtered Speech Tests

Julianne Ceruti1, Jeffrey Weihing2, and Frank Musiek3
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT1&3
University of Louisville, Louisville, KY2
American Academy of Audiology, 2014

 

Benefit of Telephone Solutions for Children and Adults

Matthias Latzel1, Jace Wolfe2, Jennifer Appleton-Huber3, Solange Anderson4
Phonak AG, Switzerland1,3,4
Hearts for Hearing Foundation, Oklahoma  City, OK2
American Auditory Society, 2014

 

ABR and Behavioral Off-frequency Masking Patterns

Julianne M. Ceruti and Frank Musiek
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
American Auditory Society, 2013

 

Maximum Acceptable Delay in Hearing Aids Under Noisy Conditions

Martin F. McKinney, Justin R. Burwinkel, and Tao Zhang
Starkey Hearing Technologies, Eden Prairie, MN
American Auditory Society, 2015

 

Spatial Release from Masking: Effects of Simulated Unilateral Hearing Loss

Nicole Corbin, Emily Buss, Angela Yarnell Bonino, and Lori Leibold
The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill , NC
American Auditory Society, 2015

 

Does Anxiety Affect Timely Follow-Up After Newborn Hearing Screening?
Letitia White, Brittany Day, Kris Gbac-Shomaker, and Catherine Harbison
Missouri State University, Springfield, MO
Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Conference, Chicago, IL, 2010

 

Speech-Evoked Auditory Brainstem Response (sABR) from Children in Quiet and Noise
Amy Badstubner, Kari Morgenstein
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
American Academy of Audiology/AAA CAPD Conference, 2012

 

Deep-Canal Ear Impressions: Medical and Clinical Concerns
Ron Leavitt, Colette Vossler-Welch, and Nikki Clark
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
American Academy of Audiology, 2013

 

Investigation into HEARlab N1-P2 Evoked Response
Julianne Ceruti and Frank Musiek
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
American Auditory Society, 2012

 

Normally Hearing Listeners’ Perceptions of Dynamic-Range Compressed Music
Naomi Croghan, Kathryn Arehart, James Kates
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
American Auditory Society, 2012

 

Characteristics of the N1-P2 On-Off Evoked Response Using Broadband Stimuli
Jennifer Gonzales and Frank Musiek
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
American Auditory Society, 2012

 

Assessing FPL calibration: Extended high frequencies and various cavity sizes
Rachel Scheperle, James Lewis, Stephen Neely, and Shawn Goodman
Boys Town National Research Hospital, Omaha, NE
American Auditory Society, 2011

 

An Investigation of the Relationship of ABR Wave V to Na-Pa of the MLR
Erin Wierzbinski, Krista Davison, Jennifer Gonzalez, Frank Musiek
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
American Academy of Audiology, 2012

 

Specific Frequency Band Contributions to the Loudness of Broadband Sounds
Daniel L. Valente, Harisadan Patra, Suyash Joshi, and Walt Jestead
Boys town National Research Hospital, Omaha NE
American Auditory Society, 2011

 

Predicting Hearing Aid Benefit From Speech Recognition Measures
Travis Moore and Benjamin Hornsby
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
American Auditory Society, 2011

 

Temporal-based Non-linear Hearing Aid Prescription Using a Genetic Algorithm
Andrew Sabin, Holly Wiles, and Pamela Souza
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
American Auditory Society, 2011

 

Localization in Binaural Hearing Aid Users
Louise Loiselle, Michael Dorman, William Yost, Sarah Cook, Tony Spahr
Arizona State University, Tempe AZ
American Auditory Society, 2011