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Presentations

Consumer-Oriented Presentations

  • Bakke, M. (2003). An update on the RERC on Hearing Enhancement. 18th Annual Self Help for Hard of Hearing People (SHHH) Convention, Atlanta, GA.
  • Chung, K. (2003). Recent developments in hearing aids. 18th Annual Self Help for Hard of Hearing People (SHHH) Convention, Atlanta, GA.
  • Chung, K., Knight, D., O'Neill, Lois. (June 2003). Hearing loss, assistive devices, and overview of SHHH, AARP, Jackson Heights, NY.
  • Chung, K., Knight, D., O'Neill, Lois. (May 2003). Hearing loss, assistive devices, and overview of SHHH, Senior Center, Elmhurst, NY.
  • Harkins, J. (2003, December). Telephones and elderly people with hearing loss. Presentation at Elder Phone Summit, sponsored by RERC on Aging, University of Florida; Arlington, VA.
  • Knight, D., O'Neill, Lois. (June 2003). Hearing loss, assistive devices, and overview of SHHH, AARP, Queens Village, NY.
  • Knight, D., O'Neill, Lois. (July 2003). Hearing loss, assistive devices, and overview of SHHH, Senior Center, Astoria, NY.
  • Kozma-Spytek, L (2003, June). The Latest "Buzz" about Cell Phones and Hearing Aids. Presented at the 18th International SHHH Convention, Atlanta, GA.

Professional Presentations

  • Bakke, M., Bernstein, C., Plant, G., Dempsey, J., & Levitt, H. (2005). Computer Assisted Methods of Speech Tracking. Presented at the Third International Adult Aural Rehabilitation Conference, Portland, Maine. May 9-12.
  • Bernstein, C., Plant, G., Dempsey, J., Levitt, H., & Bakke. M. (2006). Rehabilitation with Adult Cochlear Implant Recipients: The Role of Speech Tracking. Presented at the District of Columbia Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Washington, D.C. February 24.
  • Blake-Rahter, P., Bernstein, C., Bakke, M., Mazevski, A., Chisolm, T., Levitt, H., & Plant, G. (2009). Clinical Evaluation of Computer-Guided Speech Tracking with Adult Cochlear Implant Recipients. Presented at the Fifth International Adult Aural Rehabilitation Conference. Tampa, Florida, March 13-15.
  • Boothroyd, A. (June 2003). Modeling room acoustic effects on speech reception and perception. Presentation to the International Collegium of Rehabilitative Audiology (ICRA) Elsinore, Denmark.
  • Boothroyd, A. (June 2003). Hearing Aid Accessories for adults: the remote FM microphone. Presentation to the International Collegium of Rehabilitative Audiology (ICRA) Elsinore, Denmark.
  • Boothroyd, A. (June 2003). Hearing with a cochlear implant: How good is it and what can be done with it? Sherman Memorial lecture, The Ear Foundation, Nottingham, UK.
  • Boothroyd, A. (June 2003). Implanted auditory capacity in young children: the tip of the iceberg. Presentation to conference on Developing communication after Cochlear Implantation: More then Just Speech Processing? Queen's Medical Center Medical School, University of Nottingham, UK.
  • Boothroyd, (July 2003). A. Introduction to classroom acoustics: what children need to hear and learn. Presentation to workshop on Classroom Acoustics, preceding the Annual Northeast Cochlear Implant Conference. Sturbridge, Mass.
  • Boothroyd, A. (July 2003). Classroom modifications and educational amplification for regular education and children with hearing loss. Presentation to workshop on Classroom Acoustics, preceding the Annual Northeast Cochlear Implant Conference. Sturbridge, Mass.
  • Boothroyd, A. (October 4, 2003). Dealing with the effects of room acoustics on speech reception and speech perception. Oticon Workshop, Florence, Italy.
  • Boothroyd, (Nov 11-13, 2003). A. Room acoustics and speech reception: a model and some implications. Invited presentation at conference on ACCESS: Achieving Clear Communication Employing Sound Solutions. Chicago.
  • Chung, K. & Neuman, A. (2003). Measurements of In-situ Hearing Aid Directionality in a Real Room. American Auditory Society, Scottsdale, AZ.
  • Compton, C., Neuman, A, Levitt, H. (2002), The validation of a sound field simulator for measurement of the real world performance of directional microphones for hearing aids. International Hearing Aid Research Conference, Lake Tahoe, CA.
  • Compton-Conley, C. & Bernstein, C. (2005). The Development of a Hearing Assistance Technology Needs Assessment Profile (HATNAP): A web-based system designed to enable consumers to navigate through their own receptive communication needs assessment. Presented at the Third International Adult Aural Rehabilitation Conference and International Sensory Aids Conference. Portland, Maine. May 9-12.
  • Compton-Conley, C., & Bernstein, C. (2006). Hearing Assistance Technology Needs Assessment Profile (HATNAP).  Presented at the District of Columbia Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Washington, DC., February 24.
  • Haravon, A.B. (May 2003). Speech to text for people with hearing loss: a discourse analysis. International Adult Aural Rehabilitation Conference, Portland, Maine.
  • Haravon, A.B. (April 2003). Automatic speech recognition for people with hearing loss. American Academy of Audiology Convention, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Haravon, A.B. (August 2002). Speech-to-text technologies for communicationenhancement: a discourse analysis. Poster presented at the International Hearing Aid Research Conference, Lake Tahoe, CA.
  • Harkins, J. (2003, September) Introduction and Overview. Paper presented at the ICDR Summit on Interference to Hearing Technologies by Digital Wireless Telephones, Washington, DC.
  • Harkins, J. (2003, May). Automatic Speech Recognition and Deaf and Hard of Hearing People. Presentation in a session entitled "Improving the Working Situations of the Disabled," at the 2nd Annual Speech and Voice Technology for Military and Government Applications Forum, Washington, DC. (invited).
  • Kozma-Spytek, L. (2003, September) Recent research, NIDRR funded: Clinical studies experiences of hearing aid wearers using digital wireless phones. Paper presented at the ICDR Summit on Interference to Hearing Technologies by Digital Wireless Telephones, Washington, DC.
  • Kozma-Spytek, L. (2003, September) Hearing aids and digital cell phones: Providing intelligent answers to your patients' questions. Virtual Seminar of the American Academy of Audiology.
  • Neuman, A., Chung, K., Steele, M. & Bakke, M. (2002). A newly developed in-situ measurement system: The Directional Hearing Aid Analyzer. International Hearing Aid Conference, Lake Tahoe, CA.
  • Neuman, A, Chung, C., Steele, M. and Bakke, M. (2002). A newly developed in-situ measurement system: The directional hearing aid analyzer. International Hearing Aid Research Conference, Lake Tahoe, CA.
  • Neuman, A. and Chung, K. (2002). The effect of directional hearing aid microphones on the localization ability of normal hearing and hearing-impaired adults. International Hearing Aid Research Conference, Lake Tahoe, CA.
  • Neuman, A. (2002). A new method for evaluating hearing aid outcomes in the real world. International Hearing Aid Research Conference, Lake Tahoe, CA.

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