Recent Work from the Hearing Aid Laboratory

  1. Davidson A, Marrone N, & Souza P. (2022). Hearing aid technology settings and speech in noise difficulties. American Journal of Audiology, 31, 21-31.

  2. Arehart K, Chon S, Harvey L, Kates J, Anderson M, Rallapalli V, Souza P. (2022). A comparison of speech intelligibility and subjective quality with hearing-aid processing in older adults with hearing loss. International Journal of Audiology, 61, 46-58.

  3. Strori D, Bradlow A, Souza P. (2021). Recognizing foreign-accented speech of varying intelligibility and linguistic complexity: Insights from older listeners with and without hearing loss. International Journal of Audiology, 60, 140-150.

  4. Souza, P. E., Ellis, G., Marks, K., Wright, R., & Gallun, F. (2021). Does the speech cue profile affect response to amplitude envelope distortion?. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 1-17.

  5. Souza P, Ellis G, Marks K, Wright R, Gallun F. (2021). Does the speech cue profile predict response to envelope distortion? Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 64, 2053-2069.

  6. Ellis G, Souza P. (2021). Using machine learning and the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey to classify individuals with hearing loss. Frontiers in Psychology, doi: 10.3389/fdgth.2021.723533.

  7. Turton, L., Souza, P., Thibodeau, L., Hickson, L., Gifford, R., Bird, J., et al. (2020). Guidelines for best practice of the audiological management for adults with severe and profound hearing loss. Seminars in Hearing, 41, 141-245.

  8. Souza P. Gallun F, Wright R. (2020). Contributions to speech-cue weighting in older adults with impaired hearing. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 63, 334-344.

  9. Strori D, Bradlow A, Souza P. (2020). Recognizing foreign-accented speech of varying intelligibility and linguistic complexity: Insights from older listeners with and without hearing loss. International Journal of Audiology, September 25, 1-11 [epub ahead of print].
  10. Rallapalli, V. (2020). Can hearing aid signal fidelity be measured under clinical conditions? Hearing Journal 73, 14-16.
  11. Rallapalli V, Ellis G, Souza P. (2020). Effects of directionality, wide dynamic range compression, and working memory on speech. Ear and Hearing, Oct. 29 [epub ahead of print].
  12. Ellis G, Souza P. (2020). The effect of hearing loss on localization of amplitude-panned and physical sources. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, Oct. 8 [epub ahead of print].
  13. Black S, Souza P. (2020). Cognitive screening practices among audiologists. Audiology Today, 32, 44-51.
  14. Strori D, Bradlow A, Souza P. (2020). Recognition of foreign-accented speech in noise: The interplay between talker intelligibility and linguistic complexity. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 147, 3765-3782.

  15. Cornwell C, Woodward J, Wu M, Jackson B, Souza P, Siegel J, Dhar S, Gordon K. (2020). Walking with ears: Altered auditory feedback impacts gait step length in older adults. Frontiers in Sports and Active Living.

  16. Miller J, Watson C, Leek M, Wark D, Souza P, Gordon-Salant S, Ahlstron J, Dubno J. (2020). Sentence perception in noise by hearing-aid users predicted by syllable-constituent perception and the use of context. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 147, 273-284.

  17. Shen J, Sherman M, Souza P. (2020). Test administration methods and cognitive test scores in older adults with hearing loss. Gerontology, 66, 24-32.
  18. Calcus A, Schoof T, Rosen S, Shinn-Cunningham B, Souza P. (2020). Switching streams across ears to evaluate informational masking of speech-on-speech. Ear and Hearing, 41, 208-216.
  19. Reinhart P, Zahorik P, Souza P. (2020). Interactions between digital noise reduction and reverberation: Acoustic and behavioral effects. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 31, 17-29.
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