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Bakke, M.H., Compton, C.L., & Ross, M. (2004). Auditory Access in Public Areas: Issues and Options. Proceedings from the 1st International FM Conference. ACCESS: Achieving Clear Communication Employing Sound Solutions 2003 (pp 61- 71). Warrenville, IL: Phonak AG.
Barac-Cikoja, D. (2004). Effects of temporal and spectral alterations of speech feedback on speech production by persons with hearing loss. Archives of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, 130, 598- 603.
Boothroyd, A. (2004). Hearing aid accessories for adults: the remote FM microphone. Ear and Hearing, 25, 22-33.
Boothroyd, A. (2004). Measuring auditory speech perception capacity in very young children. In Miyamoto, R. (Ed.), International Congress Series: Vol. 1273. Cochlear Implants: Proceedings of the 8th International Cochlear Implant Conference (pp 292-295). Netherlands: Elsevier.
Boothroyd, A. (2004). Modeling room acoustics. In C.C. Crandall, J.J. Smaldino & C.A. Flexer (Eds.), Sound-field FM Amplification: applications to speech perception and classroom acoustics (2nd ed. pp., 23-48). Clifton Park, NY: Thompson, Delmar Learning.
Boothroyd, A. (2004). Room acoustics and speech perception. Seminars in Hearing, 25, 155- 166.
Boothroyd, A. (2004). Room acoustics and speech reception: a model and some implications. In D. Fabry & C. DeConde Johnson (Eds), Proceedings from the 1st International FM Conference. ACCESS: Achieving Clear Communication Employing Sound Solutions - 2003 (pp 207-216). Warrenville, IL: Phonak AG.
Compton-Conley, C., Neuman, A.C., Killion, M.C. & Levitt, H. (2004). Performance of directional microphones for hearing aids: real world versus simulation. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 15, 440-455.
Dhar S., Long, G.R., Talmadge, C.L., & Tubis, A., (2004). The effect of stimulus-frequency ratio on distortion product otoacoustic emission components. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 117, 3766-3776.
Goldberg, D., Lonsbury-Martin, B.L., Sandridge, S.A., Diefendorf, A.O. & Boothroyd, A. (2004). Auditory diagnostics: the state of the art. Proceedings of the 2004 Summit in Deafness. Spoken language options in the 21st. century: predicting future trends in deafness (pp 8-11). Washington, D.C.: A. G. Bell Association for the Deaf.
Levitt, H. (2004). Compression Amplification. In Compression: From Cochlea to Cochlear Implant. S.P. Bacon, R. R. Fay, and A. N. Popper (Eds.), New York: Springer-Verlag.
Mauermann, M, Long, G.R, Kollmeier, B. (2004). Fine structure of hearing threshold and loudness perception. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 116, 1066-80.
Mulvany, D. (2004). Preparing for communication access during power outages: Equipment needs. Hearing Loss, 25 (1), 16-18.
Ross, M. (2004). The audiogram: Explanation and significance. Hearing Loss, 25 (3), 29- 33.
Ross, M. (2004). Making the most of amplification: Personal FM systems and directional microphone hearing aids. Hearing Loss, 25 (2), 31-34.
Ross, M. (2004). The occlusion effect. Hearing Loss, 25 (1), 28-29.
Ross, M. (2004). Hearing Aid Research: Reporting both negative and positive findings. Hearing Loss, 25, 22-26
Ross, M. (2004). Hearing Assistance Technology: Making a world of difference, The Hearing Journal, 57, 12-17
Ross, M. (2004). Improving Hearing Aid Design and Performance, Hearing Loss, 25,26-31
Ross, M. (2004). Listening with a "third ear": FM systems. Hearing Loss, 25 (4).
Ross, M. (2004). Over the Counter Hearing Aids, Hearing Loss, 25, 18-63
Ross, M. (2004). The Cost of Hearing Aids: A discussion with the experts, Hearing Loss, 26, 20- 23.
Ross, M. (2004). Tinnitus: Developments in the field, Hearing Loss, 26, 23-25.
Ross, M. (2004). When a hearing aid is not enough. Link: The magazine of the NAD (Ireland), December, 17-18.
Ross, M. (2004). Why do Hearing Aids Cost so Much? Audio Infos, 14, 28-34 (reprint).