Communication Sciences and Disorders Publications

 

Research in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders includes a wide range of topics in areas such as normal and disordered speech production and perception, language disorders, swallowing, hearing by normally hearing and hearing impaired listeners, and the causes and treatment of hearing loss.

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Submissions from 2021

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Clinical consensus document for fitting non-surgical transcutaneous bone conduction hearing devices to children, Marlene Bagatto, Dave Gordey, Lynne Brewster, Christine Brown, Michael Comeau, Charlotte Douglas, Rana El-Naji, Sheila Fortier, Alex Gascon, Jessica Godovin, Colleen Ittner, Meredith Magathan Haluschak, Laurie Mauro, Kari Morgenstein, Joy Peterson, Susan Scollie, Michael Scott, and Annemarie Wollet

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Fit-to-Targets and Aided Speech Intelligibility Index Values for Hearing Aids Fitted to the DSL v5-Adult Prescription, Andre Dao, Paula Folkeard, Sandra Baker, John Pumford, and Susan Scollie

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Adopting a Conceptual Validity Framework for Testing in Speech-Language Pathology, Olivia Daub, Barbara Jane Cunningham, Marlene P. Bagatto, Andrew M. Johnson, Elaine Y. Kwok, Rachael E. Smyth, and Janis Oram Cardy

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Characteristics of Speech-Evoked Envelope Following Responses in Infancy, Vijayalakshmi Easwar, Susan Scollie, Michael Lasarev, Matthew Urichuk, Steven J. Aiken, and David W. Purcell

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Detection, Speech Recognition, Loudness, and Preference Outcomes With a Direct Drive Hearing Aid: Effects of Bandwidth, Paula Folkeard, Maaike Van Eeckhoutte, Suzanne Levy, Drew Dundas, Parvaneh Abbasalipour, Danielle Glista, Sumit Agrawal, and Susan Scollie

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Virtual Hearing Aid Care Clinical Practice Guidance Document v1.9 (Draft), Danielle Glista

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Speech-evoked brain activity is more robust to competing speech when it is spoken by someone familiar, Emma Holmes and Ingrid S. Johnsrude

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How Long Does It Take for a Voice to Become Familiar? Speech Intelligibility and Voice Recognition Are Differentially Sensitive to Voice Training, Emma Holmes, Grace To, and Ingrid S. Johnsrude

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Investigating the Role of Inattention and/or Hyperactivity/impulsivity in Language and Social Functioning Using a Dimensional Approach, Kaitlyn M.A. Parks, Janis E.Oram Cardy, Tiffany G. Woynaroski, Claudia G. Sehl, and Ryan A. Stevenson

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Evaluating the accuracy of step tracking and fall detection in the starkey livio artificial intelligence hearing aids: A pilot study, Mohamed Rahme, Paula Folkeard, and Susan Scollie

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Sound Quality Ratings of Amplified Speech and Music Using a Direct Drive Hearing Aid: Effects of Bandwidth, Jonathan Vaisberg, Paula Folkeard, Suzanne Levy, Drew Dundas, Sumit Agrawal, and Susan Scollie

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Perceived Sound Quality Dimensions Influencing Frequency-Gain Shaping Preferences for Hearing Aid-Amplified Speech and Music, Jonathan M. Vaisberg, Steve Beaulac, Danielle Glista, Ewan A. Macpherson, and Susan D. Scollie

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Comparison of machine learning models to classify Auditory Brainstem Responses recorded from children with Auditory Processing Disorder, Hasitha Wimalarathna, Sangamanatha Ankmnal-Veeranna, Chris Allan, Sumit K. Agrawal, Prudence Allen, Jagath Samarabandu, and Hanif M. Ladak

Submissions from 2020

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Audiological considerations for managing mild bilateral or unilateral hearing loss in infants and young children, Marlene Bagatto

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Status of early hearing detection and intervention programs in Canada: Results from a country-wide survey, Marlene Bagatto, Sheila Moodie, Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, Chantal Kealey, Bill Campbell, and Steve Aiken

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Analysis of the quality of online resources for parents of children who are late to talk, Caitlin Coughler, Shauna M Burke, and Janis Oram Cardy

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Using implementation science to engage stakeholders and improve outcome measurement in a preschool speech-language service system, Barbara Jane Cunningham and Janis Oram Cardy

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Audiological outcome measures with the BONEBRIDGE transcutaneous bone conduction hearing implant: impact of noise, reverberation and signal processing features, Ioan A. Curca, Vijay Parsa, Ewan A. Macpherson, Susan Scollie, Katherine Vansevenant, Kim Zimmerman, Jamie Lewis-Teeter, Prudence Allen, Lorne Parnes, and Sumit Agrawal

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The accuracy of envelope following responses in predicting speech audibility, Vijayalakshmi Easwar, Jen Birstler, Adrienne Harrison, Susan Scollie, and David Purcell

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Evaluation of hearing aid manufacturers' software-derived fittings to DSL v5.0 pediatric targets, Paula Folkeard, Marlene Bagatto, and Susan Scollie

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An examination of clinical uptake factors for remote hearing aid support: a concept mapping study with audiologists, Danielle Glista, Robin O’Hagan, Sheila Moodie, and Susan Scollie

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The use of ecological momentary assessment to evaluate real-world aided outcomes with children, Danielle Glista, Robin O’Hagan, Maaike Van Eeckhoutte, Yuanhao Lai, and Susan Scollie

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Fitting bone conduction hearing devices to children: audiological practices and challenges, Dave Gordey and Marlene Bagatto

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Skill transference of a probe-tube placement training simulator, Robert W. Koch, Hasan Saleh, Paula Folkeard, Sheila Moodie, Conner Janeteas, Sumit K. Agrawal, Hanif M. Ladak, and Susan Scollie

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Effectiveness of a parent-implemented language intervention for late-to-talk children: a real-world retrospective clinical chart review, Elaine Y.L. Kwok, Barbara Jane Cunningham, and Janis Oram Cardy