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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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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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

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

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

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

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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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

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

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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

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Selecting and tailoring implementation interventions: A concept mapping approach, Elaine Yuen Ling Kwok, Sheila T.F. Moodie, Barbara Jane Cunningham, and Janis E. Oram Cardy

Perceptual and Objective Assessment of Envelope Enhancement for Children with Auditory Processing Disorder, Farid Moshgelani, Vijay Parsa, Chris Allan, Sangamanatha A. Veeranna, and Prudence Allen

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Lessons learned in practice-based research: Studying language interventions for young children in the real world, Rachael E. Smyth, Julie Theurer, Lisa M.D. Archibald, and Janis Oram Cardy

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Speech recognition, loudness, and preference with extended bandwidth hearing aids for adult hearing aid users, Maaike Van Eeckhoutte, Paula Folkeard, Danielle Glista, and Susan Scollie

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Perceptual benefits of extended bandwidth hearing aids with children: A within-subject design using clinically available hearing aids, Maaike Van Eeckhoutte, Susan Scollie, Robin O’hagan, and Danielle Glista

Relationship of Head Circumference and Age in the Prediction of the Real-Ear-to-Coupler Difference (RECD), Kelli M. Watts, Marlene Bagatto, Sandra Clark-Lewis, Samantha Henderson, Susan Scollie, and Judith Blumsack

Submissions from 2019

Auditory brainstem responses in children with auditory processing disorder, Sangamanatha Ankmnal-Veeranna, Chris Allan, and Prudence Allen

Spectral ripple discrimination in children with auditory processing disorder, Sangamanatha Ankmnal Veeranna, Chris Allan, Ewan Macpherson, and Prudence Allen

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The consistency and cognitive predictors of children's oral language, reading, and math learning profiles, Lisa M.D. Archibald, Janis Oram Cardy, Daniel Ansari, Thomas Olino, and Marc F. Joanisse

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Consensus practice parameter: audiological assessment and management of unilateral hearing loss in children, Marlene Bagatto, Janet DesGeorges, Alison King, Padraig Kitterick, Diana Laurnagaray, Dawna Lewis, Patricia Roush, Douglas P. Sladen, and Anne Marie Tharpe

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The speech-language pathologist's role in supporting the development of self-regulation: A review and tutorial, Amanda V. Binns, Lynda R. Hutchinson, and Janis Oram Cardy

The Medial Olivocochlear Reflex Is Unlikely to Play a Role in Listening Difficulties in Children, Sriram Boothalingam, Chris Allan, Prudence Allen, and David W. Purcell

Auditory Localization and Spatial Release From Masking in Children With Suspected Auditory Processing Disorder, Sriram Boothalingam, David W. Purcell, Chris Allan, Prudence Allen, and Ewan Macpherson