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Boothroyd, A (2003). Hearing Aids and Room Acoustics. The Hearing Journal, 56(10), 10-17.
Boothroyd, A. (In press). Room acoustics and speech perception. Seminars in Hearing.
Boothroyd, A. (In press). Hearing aid accessories for adults: the remote FM microphone. Ear and Hearing.
Boothroyd, A. (In review). Modeling room acoustics. Chapter in: Crandell, CC., Smaldino, JJ., and Flexer, CA. Sound-field FM Amplification. Second Edition. Singular Thompson Learning.
Boothroyd, A. (In press). Room acoustics and speech reception: a model and some implications. Thibodeau L (Ed.). ACCESS: Achieving Clear Communication Employing Sound Solutions. Proceedings of Chicago conference, Nov 2003.
Compton, C., Neuman, A. C., Killion, M.C. and Levitt, H. (2003) Performance of Directional Microphones for Hearing Aids: Real-World vs. Simulation, Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, in press.
Haravon, A.B. (2002). Discourse and Hearing Loss: the Effects of a Text Supplement. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. City University of New York.
Harkins, J., House, J., Barbin, C., Jaworski, D., & Yoder, S. (July, 2003). Wireless Technology Access. Paper presented at the 15th Biennial International TDI Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
Kosky, C. and Boothroyd, A. (2003). Perception and production of sibilants by children with hearing loss: A training study. Volta Review, 103, 71-98.
Kosky, C. and Boothroyd A. (2003). Validation of an on-line implementation of the imitative test of speech pattern contrast perception (IMSPAC). Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 14, 72-83.
Kozma-Spytek, L. (2003). Hearing aid compatible telephones: History and current status. Seminars in Hearing, 24(1), 17-28.
Kozma-Spytek, L. (5/19/2003). Cell Phones and Hearing Aids. Ask the Expert on Audiology Online (www.audiologyonline.com).
H. Levitt, "Compression Amplification" in Compression from Cochlea to Cochlear Implants, S. Bacon, R.R. Fay, and A.N. Popper (Eds.), Springer Handbook of Auditory Research, vol. 17. Springer-Verlag, New York, In press.
Neuman, A.C. (2003). Sound quality in hearing aids. MIT Encyclopedia of Communication Sciences and Disorders, pp. 477-479.
Ross, M. (2003). Don't Ignore the Hearing of Hard of Hearing Students. Odyssey, 4(2), 14-17.
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