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Compton-Conley, C. L. (2005). Assistive Listening Devices. Your Guide to Better Hearing (pp 20-21). Alexandria, VA: Better Hearing Institute (BHI). This publication is available in print as well as online: http://www.betterhearing.org/professionals/
Allen, J, Jeng, P, & Levitt, H (2005). Evaluating Middle Ear Function via Acoustic power Assessment. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 42 (4), 63-77.
Barac-Cikoja, D. & Klein, L. (2005). The effects of auditory feedback alterations on the speech quality of hearing aid and cochlear implant users. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 117, 2606.
Barac-Cikoja, D., Cole, K., & Klein, L. (2005, August). Investigating self-hearing with psychoacoustic methods. Paper presented at the 5th International Conference on Methods and Techniques in Behavioral Research. Wageningen, The Netherlands.
Boothroyd, A (2005). Measuring auditory speech perception capacity in young children. In R. Seewald, J. Bamford (Ed.), A sound foundation through early amplification: Proceedings of the 3rd international conference (pp. 129- 140). Chicago: Phonak AG.
Boothroyd, A (2005). Modeling the effects of room acoustics on speech reception and perception. In C. Crandell, J. Smaldino & C. Flexer (Ed.), Soundfield FM Amplification: Applications to speech perception and classroom acoustics, 2nd Edition (pp. 23-48). New York: Thompson, Delmar Learning Books.
Levitt, H, Fausti, S, & Schein, J (2005). Guest Editorial: Some Interesting Analogies. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 42 (4), vii-xiv.
Neuman, A (2005). Central auditory plasticity and aural rehabilitation of adults. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 42(4), 169-186.
Neuman, A.C. (2005). The role of auditory experience in determining performance with hearing aids. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development (in press).
Ross, M (2005). Home based auditory and speech reading training: a review of four programs. Hearing Loss, 26 (6), 30-34.
Ross, M (2005). Fitting Hearing Aids and Evidence-Based Audiology. Hearing Loss, 26 (4), 30-33.
Ross, M (2005). Noise reduction hearing aids: why they're needed and how they work. Hearing Loss, 26 (5), 26-30.
Levitt, H., Kozma-Spytek, L. & Harkins, J. (2005). In-the-ear measurements of interference in hearing aids from digital wireless telephones. Seminars in Hearing, 26, 87-97.
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