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Submissions from 2020

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Language Environments and Spoken Language Development of Children With Hearing Loss, Sonia Arora, Elaine R. Smolen, Ye Wang, Maria Hartman, Amanda Howerton-Fox, and Ronda Rufsvold

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Human Medial Olivocochlear Reflex: Contralateral Activation Effect on Low and High Frequency Cochlear Microphonic, Abdullah M. Jamos, Wafaa A. Kaf, Mark E. Chertoff, and John A. Ferraro

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The sociolinguistics of lisping: a review, Sarah Lockenvitz, John A. Tetnowski, and Judith Oxley

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Therapeutic songwriting as a meaningful, relationship-oriented activity to establish authentic communicative opportunities during therapy for an individual with PPA, Alana Mantie-Kozlowski, Roger A. Mantie, and Clara H. Keller

Submissions from 2019

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Cochlear compound action potentials from high-level tone bursts originate from wide cochlear regions that are offset toward the most sensitive cochlear region, C. Lee, J. J. Guinan, M. A. Rutherford, W. A. Kaf, K. M. Kennedy, C. A. Buchman, A. Salt, and J. T. Lichtenhan

Submissions from 2018

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Orthographic knowledge: clarifications, challenges, and future directions, Kenn Apel, Victoria S. Henbest, and Julie Masterson

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Brain-computer interfaces for augmentative and alternative communication: A tutorial, Jonathan S. Brumberg, Kevin M. Pitt, Alana Mantie-Kozlowski, and Jeremy D. Burnison

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Deaf education teacher preparation: A phenomenological case study of a graduate program with a comprehensive philosophy, Karen S. Engler and Cynthia J. MacGregor

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Enjoyment in a recreational sing-along group for people with aphasia and their caregivers, Alana Mantie-Kozlowski, Roger Mantie, and Clara H. Keller

Submissions from 2017

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Fast Click Rate Electrocochleography and Auditory Brainstem Response in Normal-Hearing Adults Using Continuous Loop Averaging Deconvolution, Wafaa A. Kaf, Kelly M. Lewis, Erdem Yavuz, Samantha M. Dixon, Mark Van Ess, Abdullah M. Jamos, and Rafael E. Delgado

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Human summating potential using continuous loop averaging deconvolution: Response amplitudes vary with tone burst repetition rate and duration, Alana E. Kennedy, Wafaa A. Kaf, John A. Ferraro, Rafael E. Delgado, and Jeffery T. Lichtenhan

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Measuring hearing aid benefit in nicaragua using cultural considerations, Letitia J. White, Paige Dietz, Beth Mincey, Lisa A. Proctor, Abdullah Jamos, Edith Bobbitt-Boyce, and Sarah Barber

Submissions from 2016

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Comparing Loudness Tolerance and Acceptable Noise Level in Listeners With Hearing Loss, Clifford A. Franklin, Letitia J. White, Thomas C. Franklin, and Lindsay G. Livengood

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Acceptable Noise Level Measured using Monitored Live Voice: A Pilot Study, Clifford Franklin, Alison Kist, Letitia White, and Clay C. Franklin

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40-Hz sinusoidal auditory steady-state response and tone burst auditory brainstem response using a Kalman filter to determine thresholds pre- and post-myringotomy with grommet tube in children with mild, low-frequency conductive hearing loss, Wafaa A. Kaf, Enass S. Mohamed, and Hamza Elshafiey

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The Effect of Increased Heart Rate on Memory and Performance of a Motor Sequence, Gerald Masterson, Julie Masterson, and Keri Nicolas

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The rate of expanded inner speech during spontaneous sentence productions, Ronald Netsell, Steven A. Kleinsasser, and Todd E. Daniel

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Assessment of low-frequency hearing with narrow-band chirp-evoked 40-Hz sinusoidal auditory steady-state response, Uzma S. Wilson, Wafaa A. Kaf, Ali A. Danesh, and Jeffery T. Lichtenhan

Submissions from 2015

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Comparing the Spelling and Reading Abilities of Students With Cochlear Implants and Students With Typical Hearing, Kenn Apel and Julie J. Masterson

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Tinnitus and hyperacusis in autism spectrum disorders with emphasis on high functioning individuals diagnosed with Asperger{\textquotesingle}s Syndrome, A A. Danesh, D Lang, Wafaa Kaf, W D. Andreassen, D Scott, and D Scott

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Putting research into practice for autism spectrum disorder, A Danesh and Wafaa Kaf

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Ménière's Disease: Current and Potential New Objective Measures Using Electrocochleography, Wafaa A. Kaf, Mohamed K. Abdelhakiem, Zisansha Zahirsha, and Jeffery T. Lichtenhan

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Amount of rhoticity in schwar and in vowel+/r/ in American English, Karrie Kuecker, Sarah Lockenvitz, and Nicole Müller

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Evidence for the distinction between "consonantal-/r/" and "vocalic-/r/" in American English, Sarah Lockenvitz, Karrie Kuecker, and Martin J. Ball

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Academic abilities and glycaemic control in children and young people with Type 1 diabetes mellitus, K Semenkovich, P P. Patel, A B. Pollock, K A. Beach, S Nelson, Julie J. Masterson, T Hershey, and A M. Arbelaezv

Submissions from 2014

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Comprehension tools for teachers: Reading for understanding from prekindergarten through fourth grade, Carol Connor, Beth Phillips, Michael Kaschak, Kenn Apel, Young-Suk Kim, Young-Suk Kim, Elizabeth Crowe, Shurita Thomas-Tate, Lakeisha Johnson, and Christopher Lonigan

Audiology: Student perception of preceptor and fellow student ethics, Clifford Franklin, Brian Vesely, Letitia White, Alana Mantie-Kozlowski, and Clay Franklin

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The Relationship between the Acceptance of Noise and Acoustic Environments in Young Adults with Normal Hearing: A Pilot Study, Clifford Franklin, Letitia J. White, Thomas C. Franklin, and Laura Smith-Olinde

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Treating Myofunctional Disorders: A Multiple-Baseline Study of a New Treatment Using Electropalatography, Alana Mantie-Kozlowski and Kevin Pitt

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Introducing an intergenerational relationship to improve engagement in aphasia therapy, Alana Mantie-Kozlowski and Helen Smythe

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Experts' saliency ratings of speech-language dimensions associated with cluttering, Florence L. Myers and Klaas Bakker

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Immigration Within the United States: Prevalence of Childhood Hearing Loss Revisited, Lindsay Pape, Kaitlyn Kennedy, Wafaa Kaf, and Zisansha Zahirsha

Defining Literacy for Individuals Who Are Blind or with Visual Impairments: A Qualitative Study of Stakeholders., Ye Wang and Shariffa Al-Said

Submissions from 2013

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Word study: A multilinguistic approach for spelling instruction, Elisabeth C. Bell, Deborah Cron, Cheryl Gudmundson Jones, and Dea Borneman

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The relationship between personality type and acceptable noise levels: a pilot study, Clifford A. Franklin, Laura Johnson, Letitia J. White, Thomas C. Franklin, Laura Smith-Olinde, and Laura Smith-Olinde

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Distortion-Product Otoacoustic Emissions and Contralateral Suppression Findings in Children with Asperger's Syndrome, Wafaa Kaf and Ali A. Danesh

Cognitive presence in ethics training: A comparison of online and face-to-face learning communities, Alana Mantie-Kozlowski

Electropalatography as an adjunct to nonspeech orofacial myofunctional disorder assessments: a feasibility study., Alana Mantie-Kozlowski and Kevin Pitt

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Monitoring progress in spelling improvement, Julie J. Masterson and Kenn Apel

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Students' Self-Perceptions of Knowledge and Skills Pre and Post Externship, Mary Jill Oswalt

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Triangulation among Speech Language Pathologist, Deaf Educators, and Audiologists, Ye Wang

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The effectiveness of a phonics-based early intervention for deaf and hard of hearing preschool children and its possible impact on reading skills in elementary school: A case study, Ye Wang, Heather Spychala, Regina Harris, and Tara L. Oetting

Submissions from 2012

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DPOAEs and contralateral acoustic stimulation and their link to sound hypersensitivity in children with autism, Ali A. Danesh and Wafaa A. Kaf

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Relationship between Loudness Tolerance and the Acceptance of Background Noise for Young Adults with Normal Hearing, Clifford Franklin, Letitia J. White, and Thomas C. Franklin

Classroom in the clinic, Wafaa Kaf

Searching for New Directions: Developing MA Action Research Project as a Tool for Teaching., Young Ah Lee and Ye Wang

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Movement Imagery for Speech in Healthy Women: Influences on Articulation Accuracy and Fluidity, Imagery Times, and Expectations of Success, Alana Mantie-Kozlowski, Ronald Netsell, and Todd Daniel

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Disfluencies in cluttered speech, Florence L. Myers, Klaas Bakker, Kenneth O. St. Louis, and Lawrence J. Raphael

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Evaluation of patients with vertigo of vertebrobasilar insufficiency origin using auditory brainstem response, electronystagmography, and transcranial Doppler, Enass Sayed, Wafaa Kaf, Tarek Rageh, Nageh Kamel, Amal Elattar, and Amal Elattar

Submissions from 2011

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An Analysis of the Reading Strategies Used by Adult and Student Deaf Readers, Alyssa Banner and Ye Wang

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Lexical analysis of words on commonly used standardized spelling assessments, Mary Beth Calhoon and Julie J. Masterson

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Comparing pure-, pulsed, and warbled tone thresholds in adults at 3000 and 6000 Hz, Clifford A. Franklin, Thomas C. Franklin, and Jennifer L. Franklin

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A Comparison of Oral and Written English Styles in African American Students at Different Stages of Writing Development, Lennette J. Ivy and Julie J. Masterson

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Wideband energy reflectance findings in presence of normal tympanogram in children with Down's syndrome, Wafaa A. Kaf

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Effect of Interdisciplinary Service Learning Experience for Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Students Working With Adults With Dementia, Wafaa A. Kaf, Linda S. Barboa, Bradley J. Fisher, and Lydia A. Snavely

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The promise of service learning in a pediatric audiology course on clinical training with the pediatric population, Wafaa A. Kaf and Elizabeth C. Strong

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Inquiry-based science instruction and performance literacy for students who are deaf or hard of hearing, Ye Wang

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Integrating Technology and Reading Instruction With Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: The Effectiveness of the Cornerstones Project, Ye Wang and Peter V. Paul

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Mismatch Negativity and P300 to Behaviorally Perceptible and Imperceptible Frequency and Intensity Contrasts, L White and A. Stuart

Submissions from 2010

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The teaching and learning of multimeaning words within a Metacognitively based curriculum, Katherine Jane Aceti and Ye Wang

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The Use of Graphic Representations of Sign Language in Leveled Texts to Support Deaf Readers, Mary Hoffman and Ye Wang

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Did the preservice teacher-Generated studies constitute actual instances of teacher-researcher studies, and were they consistent with notions of Dewey?, Robert E. Kretschmer, Ye Wang, and Maria C. Hartman

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The Spelling Sensitivity Score: Noting Developmental Changes in Spelling Knowledge, Julie J. Masterson and Kenn Apel

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Linking Characteristics Discovered in Spelling Assessment to Intervention Goals and Methods, Julie J. Masterson and Kenn Apel

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The Impact of Visual Phonics on the Phonological Awareness and Speech Production of a Student Who Is Deaf: A Case Study, Andrea Smith and Ye Wang

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Without boundaries: An inquiry into Deaf epistemologies through a metaparadigm, Ye Wang

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Teacher-as-researcher : Theory-into-practice, Ye Wang, Robert E. Kretschmer, and Maria C. Hartman

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Phonemic awareness and early spelling skills in urban Australian Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal children, Corinne J. Williams and Julie J. Masterson

Submissions from 2009

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The relationship of audiometric thresholds elicited with pulsed, warbled, and pulsed-warbled tones in adults with normal hearing, Clifford Franklin, Kasey Johnson, Laura Smith-Olinde, and Nannette Nicholson

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Methamphetamine Exposure, Iron Deficiency, and Implications for Cognitive-Communicative Function: A Case Study, Lynette Goldberg, Cynthia J. Heiss, Letitia J. White, Wafaa A. Kaf, Alan Becker, Jessica B. Schindler, Nancy Dion, and M. Jill Oswalt

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Curriculum-based measurement procedures for writing meet minimal reliability and validity standards: More complex measures offer promise for secondary students, Julie J. Masterson

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Phonology Is Necessary, but Not Sufficient: A Rejoinder, Peter V. Paul, Ye Wang, Beverly J. Trezek, and John L. Luckner

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An understanding of the literacy levels of students: Who are deaf/hard-of-hearing in the United States, China, and South Korea, Ye Wang, Chongmin Lee, and Peter V. Paul

Submissions from 2008

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Air-conduction auditory steady-state response: Comparison of interchannel recording using two modulation frequencies, Wafaa A. Kaf and Ali A. Danesh

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Effect of inverting electrode on mismatch negativity presence for perceptible/imperceptible tonal frequency contrasts, Letitia Walker-Black and Andrew Stuart

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The role of phonology and phonologically related skills in reading instruction for students who are deaf or hard of hearing, Ye Wang, Beverly J. Trezek, John L. Luckner, and Peter V. Paul

Submissions from 2007

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Peer Reviewed Article Feldenkrais-based Sensory Movement Technique and Breathing for Voice Production for the Stage, Sheila Gordon, Lynette R. Goldberg, Jessica A. Rockwell, and Ronald W. Netsell

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Using Visual Phonics to Supplement Beginning Reading Instruction for Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, Beverly J. Trezek, Ye Wang, Denyse G. Woods, Terri L. Gampp, and Peter V. Paul

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Near-Verbatim Captioning Versus Edited Captioning for Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: A Preliminary Investigation of Effects on Comprehension, Phillip Ward, Ye Wang, Peter Paul, and Mardi Loeterman

Submissions from 2006

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Effects of Phonotactic and Orthotactic Probabilities During Fast Mapping on 5-Year-Olds' Learning to Spell, Kenn Apel, Julie A. Wolter, and Julie J. Masterson

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Active Learning Through Service-Learning, Lynette R. Goldberg, Cynthia McCormick Richburg, and Lisa A. Wood

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Validity and accuracy of electric response audiometry using the auditory steady-state response: Evaluation in an empirical design, Wafaa A. Kaf, John D. Durrant, Diane L. Sabo, Robert J. Boston, Lisa B. Taubman, and Kristie Kovacyk

Reliability of electric response audiometry using 80 Hz auditory steady-state responses, Wafaa A. Kaf, Diane L. Sabo, John D. Durrant, and Elaine Rubinstein

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Effect of Modality on Spelling Words Varying in Linguistic Demands, Julie J. Masterson and Kenn Apel

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Coach talk: Linguistic demands inherent in youth sports, Julie J. Masterson, Lisa K. Davies, and Gerald L. Masterson

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Auditory temporal resolution in normal-hearing preschool children revealed by word recognition in continuous and interrupted noise (L), Andrew Stuart, Gregg D. Givens, Letitia J. Walker, and Saravanan Elangovan

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Insights into elevated distortion product otoacoustic emissions in sickle cell disease: Comparisons of hydroxyurea-treated and non-treated young children, Andrew Stuart, Sherri M. Jones, and Letitia J. Walker

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Auditory pattern recognition and brief tone discrimination of children with reading disorders, Marianna M. Walker, Gregg D. Givens, Jerry L. Cranford, Don Holbert, and Letitia White

Submissions from 2005

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A Comparison of the mismatch negativity and a differential waveform response, Saravaran Elangovan, Jerry L. Cranford, Letitia Walker, and Andrew Stuart

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A comparison of single words and conversational speech in phonological evaluation, Julie J. Masterson, Barbara H. Bernhardt, and Monica K. Hofheinz

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Teachers' Perceptions About Minimal Hearing Loss: A Role for Educational Audiologists, Cynthia Mccormick Richburg and Lynette R. Goldberg

Submissions from 2004

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On the Interconnected Nature of Interpreting Vygotsky: Rejoinder to Gredler and Shields Does No One Read Vygotsky's Words 2004, Michael Glassman and Ye Wang

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Minimal Hearing Impairment: Major Myths With More Than Minimal Implications, Lynette R. Goldberg and Cynthia McCormick Richburg

Snared storybook readings with children who have little or no functional speech: A language intervention tool for students who use augmentative and alternative communication, Lisa A. Wood and Emily Hood

Submissions from 2003

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Prevalence of hearing loss in Rett syndrome, Joseph P. Pillion, Vishakha W. Rawool, Genila Bibat, and Sakkubai Naidu

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Qualitative research: Implications for description and assessment, John A. Tetnowski and Thomas C. Franklin

Submissions from 2002

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Classroom Amplification to Enhance Student Performance, Neil J. DiSarno, Melissa Schowalter, and Patricia Grassa

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Leading the Change Effort: II. Developing a Systematic Framework for the Inclusion of Speech-Language Pathology Assistants in Service Delivery, Lynette R. Goldberg, Peg S. Williams, and Diane Paul-Brown

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Leading the Change Effort: I. Real and Perceived Challenges in Working with Speech—Language Pathology Assistants, Lynette R. Goldberg, Peg S. Williams, and Diane Paul-Brown

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The clinical analysis layer of transcription, John A. Tetnowski and Thomas C. Franklin