Articles published by HHTM’s editors.
Marshall Chasin, Editor
Is earmold bore diameter enough for acoustic horn?, Hearing Instruments, Vol. 33, No. 8, 1982.
The Libby horn versus step diameter tubing, Hearing Instruments, Vol 33, No. 12, 1982.
Alternative functional gain estimation techniques, Hearing Instruments, Vol.33, No. 12, 1982.
Dispensing Audiologists, Human Communication-Canada, Jan. 1983.
Managing the patient with good acuity at 2000 Hz, The Hearing Journal, Vol. 36, No. 7, 1983.
A vent modification to provide more high frequency sound transmission, The Hearing Journal, Vol. 36, No. 7, 1983.
In-the-ear acoustics, Hearing Instruments, Vol 34, No. 8.,1983.
Using acoustic resistance in earmold tubing, Hearing Instruments, Vol. 34, No. 12, 1983.
A comment on A. Ginzel et al: The role of temporal factors in auditory perception of consonants and vowels, Scandinavian Audiology, Vol. 12, 1983.
A comment on the collapsed earmold phenomenon, Ear and Hearing, Vol. 4, No. 5, 1983.
Better high frequency insertion gain by belling, Hearing Instruments, Vol. 34, No. 12, 1983.
A note on good acuity at 2000 Hz”, Hearing Instruments, Vol. 34, No. 12, 1983.
The ‘best’ hearing aid-some non-acoustic factors, with T. Nixon, The Hearing Journal, Vol. 37, No.1, 1984.
The story of Soundville, Organ of Corti (AAS), 1985.
Report on telephone accessibility, Report on the Ad Hoc Technical Committee for Access for the Hard of Hearing, Human Communication-Canada,3 1984.
Acoustic modifications to improve high frequency adaptability, Dahlberg (Canada) Ltd., 1985.
Some real ear concerns with damped earmolds, Hearing Instruments, 1986.
Different style aids for different style ears, Scicore Newsletter, 1986.
Facts and artifacts in real ear gain, Unitron Industries Newsletter, 1986.
The Madsen IGO-HAT 1000 for success in hearing aid dispensing, published by Madsen Electronics Ltd. (Author’s name not on publication; currently in 7 languages), 1986.
A user’s guide for in-the-ear hearing aids and behind-the-ear hearing aids, published by Unitron Industries Ltd., (author’s name not on publication) 1986.
Ear similarity in real ears, Hearing Instruments, 1987.
A walk through modern hearing aid technology, Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CCHA), British Columbia branch, Jan 1988.
A clinically adaptive hearing aid fitting procedure, Seminars on Hearing, 207-216, Vol. 9, No. 3, Aug. 1988.
Hearing and the musician, OCSM (Organization of Canadian Symphony Musicians) newsletter, June 1989.
Current issues in probe tube microphone measurement, Journal of Speech Pathology and Audiology, June 1989. (Reprinted by Madsen Electronics)
Vowels in your mouth, Signal (AHIP newsletter), Sept 1990.
24 reasons for using a real ear measurement system, published by Madsen Electronics, Nov 1990.
Report from the Committee on hearing aid/telecoil standards, Communiqué, Dec. 1990 (by invitation).
In situ hearing protection program for musicians, With J. Chong, Hearing Instruments, Dec. 1991.
A comparison between percutaneous and transcutaneous hearing devices, P. Wade & J. Halik, Journal of Otolaryngology, Feb. 1992. (Errata April 1992)
The Musician and Hearing Loss, Vibrations, (organ of the Canadian Hearing Society), April, 1992.
Auditory damage chart, With J. Chong, Senza Sordino, International Conference of Symphony and Opera Musicians (ICSOM), May, 1992.
A clinically efficient hearing protection program for musicians, With J. Chong, Performing Artists Medical Association, June, 1992.
Telephone Amplifiers- a new approach, With R. Wolf, Vibrations, (organ of the Canadian Hearing Society), June, 1992.
Musicians and Hearing Loss, Foundation for Health in the Arts Newsletter, Dec. 1992.
Deep canal fittings, Vibrations, (organ of the Canadian Hearing Society), Jan. 1993.
The K-AMP and other hearing aid components, Vibrations, (organ of the Canadian Hearing Society), March 1993.
Binaural vs. Monaural Hearing Aid Fittings, for Corporations de Audioprostetistes de Quebec, (source document for government negotiations), March 1993.
Little kids and little ears, Music Time, Early Childhood Music Association of Ontario, March 1993.
Musicians and Hearing Loss, Soundwaves, (organ of Dahlberg Sciences), April 1993.
Two hearing aids or one?, Vibrations, (organ of the Canadian Hearing Society), June 1993.
Room improvements to improve communication, Sharing Care, June 1993.
High frequency amplification with deep canal fittings, Philips’ Newsletter, (organ of Philips Electronics), Nov. 1993.
What to do until the acoustical engineer comes, With Wm. Gastmeier, Environment, Fall, 1993.
Directional microphones for in-the-ear hearing aids, Hearing Instruments, Feb.1994.
Ears are not just for hearing, Vibrations (organ of the Canadian Hearing Society), Fall 1993.
Deaf Leppard, Vibrations (organ of the Canadian Hearing Society), Winter 1993.
What to do until the acoustical engineer comes, With Wm. Gastmeier, Vibrations, Spring, 1994.
The acoustics of deep canal fittings, Hearing Journal, November 1994.
The acoustics of deep canal fittings, reprinted in Signal, Dec 1994 with permission of Hearing Journal.
A review of the Worker’s Compensation Board Hearing Related Policies, With R. Wong, WCB, Ontario, 1994.
Musicians and the prevention of hearing loss, With J. Chong, Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, Sept. 1994.
Bone-anchored Hearing Aids, With P. Wade, Vibrations, Winter 1994.
Porcelain Veneer Phonetic Analysis, With N. Silver, Ontario Dentist, Jan/Feb. 1995.
When did learning become so noisy?, Vibrations, Spring, 1995.
The problem with earplugs, EMSEE newsletter, EMSEE Laboratories of Canada, Spring, 1995.
Four environmental techniques to reduce music exposure on hearing, With J. Chong, Performing Artists Medical Association, June, 1995.
Subjective Factors and Hearing Loss, EMSEE newsletter, EMSEE Laboratories of Canada, Spring, 1996.
Five Misconceptions about Hearing Loss and Music, CNHA Newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 2, March 1997.
The Real Ear Occluded Response (REOR) as a Clinical Predictor, With C. Pirzanski, D. Hayes, & G. Mueller, The Hearing Review, April, 1997.
Comment on What is that red thing down in your hearing aid, The Hearing Journal, April, 1997.
Digital Hearing Aids: The Pros & Cons, With J. Deluzio, Vibes (official publication of the Canadian Hearing Society), April 1997, 22-23.
The corner frequency control as a clinical adjustment tool, Soundwaves (official publication of Dahlberg Canada), May 1997.
Quick Facts on Hearing Loss, Vibes (official publication of the Canadian Hearing Society) (M. Chasin, Ed.), July 1997.
What to do until the acoustical engineer arrives, With Wm. Gastmeier, Vibes, (official publication of the Canadian Hearing Society) (M.Chasin, Ed.), July 1997.
Implantable Hearing Aids, Hearing Review, February 1998.
Localization Confustions with Modified and Non-Modified ER-15 Musician Earplugs, With J. Chong, Abstract, Advances in Occupational Ergonomics and Safety 2, (Ed. S. Kumar), ISBN: 90 5199 393 5, June 1998.
Fitting of bone anchored hearing aids on unilateral conductive hearing losses, With P. Wade, Hearing Review , August 1998.
Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids in the Elderly, With J. Deluzio, Mature Medicine Canada, August, 1998.
Comment on: Does chronic otitis media cause sensorineural hearing loss?, Journal of Otolaryngology, August 1998, p.246.
Musicians and the Prevention of Hearing Loss: Twenty Questions, Page Ten, The Hearing Journal, September 1998.
Localization problems with modified and non-modified ER-15 Musician’s Earplugs, With J. Chong, The Hearing Journal, (Feb. 1999).
Don’t stick it in your ear! Bone Anchored Hearing Aids”, Hearing Health Magazine, March/April, 1999.
Stick it in your ear! Middle Ear Implants, Hearing Health Magazine, May/June, 1999.
Implantable Hearing Aids, Page Ten, The Hearing Journal, July, 1999.
Directional Hearing Aids, Vibes (Official publication of the Canadian Hearing Society), Sept. 1999.
Music Appreciation 101- Violins and violas, Consumers’ Corner, Hearing Review, December, 1999.
Music Appreciation 101- Woodwinds and Large Stringed Instruments, Consumers’ Corner, Hearing Review, January, 2000.
Music Appreciation 101- Bass and Drummers, Consumers’ Corner, Hearing Review, February, 2000.
Music Appreciation 101- School Music Teachers, Consumers’ Corner, Hearing Review, March, 2000.
Music Appreciation 101- Guitars and Vocalists, Consumers’ Corner, Hearing Review, April, 2000.
Attenuation variables in earmolds for hearing protection devices, With C. Pirzanski, Klenk M. , V. Maye, & J. Purdy, The Hearing Journal, 44-50. Vol. 53, No. 6, June 2000.
Otoacoustic emission asymmetries in musicians, CAA Newsletter, Oct. 2000.
Bone Conduction Implants: The When and Why, Hearing Review, 56-58. Vol. 7, No. 12, Dec. 2000.
The ins and outs of middle ear implants, The Hearing Journal, 34-35., Vol. 54, No. 8, Aug. 2001. (Guest editor).
Assessing Bone Anchored Hearing Aids, Hearing Review, Dec. 2001.
Middle ear implants – 2002, Hearing Health (www.hearinghealth.com) , March, 2002.
Bone Anchored and Middle Ear Implant Hearing Aids, Trends in Amplification, (T. Ricketts, Ed.), Westminster Publications: New York, Vol. 6, No. 2, Aug 2002.
Children and Hearing, Early Childhood Music Association Newsletter, 2002.
Playing it Safe: How to minimize the effects of loud noise and music on hearing, The Hearing Professional, Official Journal of the International Hearing Society, pp. 5-7, Jan.-Feb., 2003.
Music and Hearing Aids, Hearing Journal, July 2003.
Five Differences between Music and Speech, Audiologyonline (www.audiologyonline.com) , Sept 2003.
With A. Behar, Hearing Protection, Seminars in Hearing, (Pirzanski, C., Guest Editor), Nov. 2003, Vol. 24, No. 4., 345-354.
Noise Exposure, Healthy Hearing, (www.healthyhearing.com/healthyhearing/newroot/askexpert), Dec. 2003.
Recreational Hearing Loss Prevention- humming, earplugs, and moderation, CAOHC Newsletter, Winter/Spring, 2004, 9-10.
Music and hearing aids, Page Ten, Hearing Journal, July 2004.
With F. Russo, “Hearing Aids and Music”, Trends in Amplification, (T. Ricketts, Ed.), Westminster Publications: New York, (Oct. 2004), Vol. 8, No. 2, 35-48.
What about music as an input to a hearing aid?, NAFDA newsletter, Oct. 2004.
With J. Deluzio, Hearing Protection for the Retired Adult, In Geriatric Audiology, Edited by David Eberling, 2005.
Music to our ears, Vibes (Official organ of the Canadian Hearing Society), Fall, 2004.
Hearing aids that hear the music, Hearing Loss: The Journal of Self Help for Hard of Hearing People (SHHH), Jan-Feb., 2006.
A Re-examination of the Etiology of the REUG- did we get it completely right?, Hearing Journal, Dec. 2005.
Hearing aids and Music, Hearing Review, March 2006, Vol. 13, No. 3.
Sound levels for musical instruments, Hearing Review, March 2006, Vol 13, No. 3.
A response to letter to the editor (Dr. Goode) re: A Re-examination of the Etiology of the REUG- did we get it completely right?, Hearing Journal, April, 2006.
Can your hearing aid handle loud music? A quick test will tell you, Hearing Journal, December, 2006. 22-24.
Ten FAQs on Middle Ear Implants, Hearing Loss: Hearing Loss Magazine (the official journal of the Hearing Loss Association of America), Vol. 28, No. 1, 2007.
The Acoustics of Hearing Protection Devices, Hearing Review, (March 2007) Vol. 14, No. 3, 18-19.
Musicians & the Prevention of Hearing Loss, La Scena Musicale, April 2007). Scena.org, pg. 27-28.
Music and Hearing Aids, La Scena Musicale, May 2007, Scena.org.
Changes to OHSA’s Noise Exposure Limits, With R. Stevens, Engineering Dimensions, May/June 2007.
Can hearing aids handle loud music?, Canadian Hearing Report, 2007, May/June, Vol. 2, No. 2, 29-33.
Non-occluding BTEs, Communiqué (CASLPA’s newsletter), 2007.
Hearing Loss Prevention in Musicians, The Music Times newspaper, Kitchener, Ontario, Nov. 2007.
Hearing aids for musicians, Making Music, MakingmMusicMag.com, November/December, 2007.
Cutting Short a Word List: What Are the Chances for Error?, With C. Chasin, Hearing Review, Sept. 2007.
Musicians and the Prevention of Hearing Loss: an introduction, AudiologyOnline.com, 2008.
In conversation with E. Robert (Cy) Libby, Canadian Hearing Report, 2(4), 24-28, 2008.
Responses to the three common questions asked of us by the WSIB, Canadian Hearing Report, 2(4), 30-33, 2008.
The recent history of middle ear implants, Hearing Journal, July 2008.
How to set hearing aids differently for different languages, Hearing Review, October, 2008. Vol. 15, No. 11, 16-20.
Hearing Protection for Musicians, ENT News (organ of the British Otolaryngology Society), Sept./Oct., 2008, Vol. 17, No. 4, 94-95.
In conversation with Dr. Harry Levitt, Canadian Hearing Report, 2008, 3(3), 14-16.
How to set-up a hearing aid for music, Listenup Newsletter, 2008.
The use of a high frequency emphasis microphone for musicians, With M. Schmidt, Hearing Review, February, 2009, Vol. 16, No. 2, 32-37.
The use of alternative hearing assessment methods for industrial workers, Occupational Hygiene Association of Ontario. 2009.
What your mother never told you about earmold acoustic formulae, Hearing Review, November 2009.
The use of iHearSafe earbuds: a consumer report, Canadian Hard of Hearing Association, 2010.
New technologies with digital hearing aids, CASLPA Communique newsletter. Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists, 2009
Six ways to improve the listening of music through hearing aids, Hearing Journal, Sept. 2010.
With N. S. Hockley & F. Bahlmann, Hearing Instruments to Enjoy Live Music, Hearing Journal, Sept 2010.
Seventy years of hearing aids at the Canadian Hearing Society, Vibes, December 2010.
Prevention of hearing loss is where its at, Sotto Voce (official publication of the Organization of Canadian Symphony Musicians, OCSM), Feb 2011.
Amplification of Music Lovers” ASHA Leader, Page 5, Vol. 16, No. 2, Feb. 15, 2011.
Setting hearing aids differently for different languages, Seminars in Hearing, 2011. Vol. 32, No. 2, 182-188.
Music needs to be loud but not intense: Three ways to delude the musician, The Hearing Journal, Sept 2011.
How much gain is required for soft level inputs in some non-English languages?, Hearing Review, Sept 2011, 10-16.
Alan Desmond, Editor
Guidelines for education in audiology practice management, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, With Holly Hosford-Dunn, Jane Baxter, Evelyn Cherow, Gary Jacobson, Jean Johnson, Patty Martin, March, 1995. (Suppl. 14 pp.20)
Cost effective management of the dizzy patient, Vestibular Update, with Deborah Touchette, Micromedical Technologies, Spring/Summer 1998.
Equipping the comprehensive balance clinic, Advance for Audiologists. July/August 2000, Volume 2, #4.
Treating dizziness with antivert, with Brian R. Collie, Advance for Audiologists. May/June 2001. Vol. 3, #3.
Reducing false-negatives in BPPV. Advance for Audiologists, July/August 2002. Vol 4, #4.
Education: the key to the gate(keeper), Audiology Today. July/August 2002. Vol 16, #4.
Rules of engagement: understanding vestibular coding, Advance for Audiologists, Sept/Oct 2004. Vol 6 #5.
Common misconceptions about electronystagmography, On The Level, Quarterly Newsletter of the Vestibular Disorders Association. Winter 2005, Volume 22, #1.
Group Treatment: Staffing the comprehensive balance clinic, with Shanna Thompson, Advance for Audiologists, March/April 2005, Volume7,#2.
Diagnosis: Dizzy, Advance for Audiologists. July/August 2007. Volume 8, #4.
When is a chair not a chair?, Audiology Today. American Academy of Audiology. May 2011. Vol. 23 # 3 (pp 66-67).
Gael Hannan, Editor
Taking the Words Right Out of My Mouth, Journal of Court Reporting, February 2013, pp 26 – 28.
Holly Hosford-Dunn, Editor
Binaural interactions in the short-latency evoked potentials of neonates, with T. Mendelson, & A. Salamy, Audiology, 1981, 20, 394-408.
Auditory brainstem response testing in infants with collapsed ear canals, with C.A. Runge & A. Hillel, Ear and Hearing, 1983, 4, 258-260.
Development of a shortened speech discrimination word list for screening, With C. A. Runge & P. Montgomery, The Hearing Journal, November 15-19 , 1983.
Auditory brain stem response audiometry–application in central disorders. In Page, J.M. (Ed) Central Auditory Disorders. Otolaryngol. Clins. North America, 1985, 18, 257-284.
Prediction and validation of hearing aid user benefit: Preliminary findings, With J. Baxter, Hearing Instruments, November 1985.
Sequelae of acquired cytomegalovirus infection in premature and sick term infants, With S. G. Paryani, A. S. Yeager, S. J. Johnson, H. Malachowski, R. L. Ariagno, and D. K. Stevenson, J. Peds., 1985. 107, 451-456.
A word recognition screening test with increased item efficiency, With C. Runge, J. Speech Hear. Res., 1985. 28, 355-362.
Solving audiometric masking dilemmas with an insert masker, With A. Kuklinski.
Delayed onset hearing loss in a two-year old, With F. B. Simmons, J. Winzelberg, & M. Petroff, Ear and Hearing, 1986. 7, 78-82 .
Clinical evaluation of a new nonelectronic all-in-the-ear hearing device for mild hearing loss, With R. L. Goode, R. O’Keefe, D. Homan, & M. Wood. Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery, 1986. 94, 343-350.
Comparison of cat and human brainstem auditory evoked potentials, With B. C. Fullerton, R. A. Levine, & N. Y. S. Kiang, EEG and Clin Neurophysiol., 1987. 66, 547-57.
Incidence of sensorineural hearing loss in premature and sick term infants with perinatally acquired cytomegalovirus infection, With S. J. Johnson, S. Paryani, A. Yeager, & N. Malachowski, Ear and Hearing, 1986. 7, 325-327.
Infant hearing screening: Program implementation and validation, With S. J. Johnson, F. B. Simmons, N. Malachowski, & K. Low, Ear and Hearing, 1987, 8, 12-20.
Four factors that accurately predict hearing loss in “high risk” neonates, With G. Halpern, Ear and Hearing, 1987. 8, 21-25.
Primary Care Physicians as an Audiology Resource (invited paper), Audiology Today, October 1994.
A Basic Primer for Fitting CICs, Hearing Review, 1996. 3(1), 8-13.
Questions. Your Questions Answered on Digital Hearing Aids, Hearing Journal, 1997. 50(5), 10-20.
Commentary: Been There, Done That, Got the T-Shirt, With D. Dunn, Audiology Today, 1997. 9(4), 13-14.
What does managed care want? There’s good news and bad news, Audiology Today, 1999. 11(1), 21-23.
Clinical Application of the SADL Scale in Private Practice, Part I: Statistical, Content, and Factorial Validity, With G. Halpern, JAAA, 2001.
Clinical Application of the SADL Scale in Private Practice, Part II: Predictive Validity of Fitting Variables, With G. Halpern, JAAA, 2001.
Computer Applications in the selection of hearing instruments, Hearing Instruments Magazine, 1984.
Buying and Rehabbing a Building for a Hearing Aid Office, The Hearing Journal, 1993.
How to set Up a Multi-Suite Real Ear System, Audecibel, 1994.
Proposal for Acceptance as an HMO Health Care Provider, Arizona Audiology Network, (co-author), 1996.
Personnel Management Manual, Arizona Audiology Network, (co-author), 1997
How to Sell an Audiology Business, Hearing Review, 1999.
How Owning Your Own Building Can Affect Your Bottom Line, Hearing Review, 2001
Ethical Conduct: A Personal Perspective, The Hearing Journal, 2003.
David Kirkwood, Editor
Middle Ear Implants Offer Potential, ENT Journal, May 2011.
Gabriel to Chair Healthcare Reform Panel, The Rheumatologist, April 2011.
IHS Has Steered a Steady Course Through 60 Years of Changing Technology, International Hearing Society (IHSInfo.org), Vol 60 No. 3, 3rd Quarter, 2011.