Publications


Miller, C.W., Bates, E., Brennan, M. (2016). The effects of frequency lowering on speech perception in noise with adult hearing-aid users. Intl J Audiol, DOI: 10.3109/14992027.2015.1137364.  

Chun, I., Billings, C.J., Miller, C.W., Tremblay, K.L. (2016). Aided Electrophysiology Using Direct Audio Input: Effects of Amplification and Absolute Level. Am J Audiol, 1-11.

Tremblay, K.L., Miller, C.W. (2014). How how neuroscience relates to hearing aid amplification. Int J Otolaryngology, vol. 2014, Article ID 641652, 2014.

Billings, C.J., Tremblay, K.L., Miller, C.W. (2011). Aided cortical auditory evoked potentials in response to changes in hearing aid gain. Int J Audiol, 50 (7), 459-67.

Arehart, K.H., Souza, P.S., Muralimanohar, R.M., Miller, C.W. (2011). Effects of age on concurrent vowel perception in acoustic and simulated electroacoustic hearing.  J Speech Lang Hear Res, 54 (1), 190-210.

Souza, P.S., Arehart, K.H., Miller, C.W., Muralimanohar, R.M (2010). Effects of age on F0-discrimination and intonation perception in acoustic and simulated electroacoustic hearing.  Ear Hear, 32 (1), 75-83.

Wise, C. & Zakis, J. (2008). Effects of expansion algorithms on speech reception thresholds. J Am Acad Audiol, 19 (2), 147-57.

Zakis, J. & Wise, C. (2007). Single and multiple channel noise reduction algorithms. J Acoust Soc Am, 121, 433-441.

Wise, C., Dickson, B., Blamey, P. (2006). Adaptive Dynamic Range Optimisation for telephony applications.  Acoustics Australia14, 117-121.


POSTERS

Stewart, E., Miller, C. W., Bishop, C., Wu, Y., Bentler, R., Tremblay, K. (2016, April). Do Working Memory Abilities Predict Aided Multimodal Lexical Sentence Test Results? Poster presented at the American Academy of Audiology, Phoenix, Arizona, United States.

Miller, C.W., Stewart, E., Bishop, C., Wu, Y., Bentler, R., Tremblay, K. (2016, March). Do Working Memory Abilities Predict the Multimodal Lexical Sentence Test? Poster presented at the American Auditory Society ConferenceScottsdale, Arizona, United States.

Bates, E., Miller, C., Brennan, M. (2015, March). Comparison of Three Frequency Lowering Techniques on Speech Perception in Noise. Poster presented at the American Auditory Society Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, United States.

Birch, K., Miller, C., Baylor, C. (2015, March). Evaluating the Communicative Participation Item Bank with Hearing Impaired Adults. Poster presented at the American Auditory Society Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, United States.

Miller, C.W., Stewart, E., and Coppa, S. (2014, August). Predicting self-reported hearing aid outcomes from the Perceptually Robust English Sentence Test—Open Set (PRESTO).  Poster presented at the International Hearing Aid Research Conference, Lake Tahoe, California, United States.

Rock, J., Miller, C.W., Brennan, M., and Zakis, J. (2014, August). The Effects of Noise Reduction on Forward Masked Thresholds. Poster presented at the International Hearing Aid Research Conference, Lake Tahoe, California, United States.

Elshafei, S., Miller, C., Sullivan J., Brennan, M. (2013, April). The Effects of Digital Noise Reduction on the Temporal Envelope and Speech Perception.  Poster presented at the American Academy of Audiology, Anaheim, California, United States. 

Sullivan, J., Miller, C., Osman, H., Mosley, C., Ersoff, R. (2013, March).  Effects of noise type on speech recognition of complex sentences.  Poster presented at the American Auditory Society Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, United States. 

Miller, C., Wu, Y., Bentler R., Tremblay, K. (2012, August). The potential for using the Hagerman-derived signal-to-noise ratio with individual fittings. Poster to be presented at the International Hearing Aid Research Conference, Lake Tahoe, Nevada, United States.

Miller, C., Bentler, R., Temblay, K., Wu, Y. (2012, March).  The relationship between the Hagerman-derived signal-to-noise ratio and speech perception. Poster presented at the American Auditory Society Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, United States.

Tremblay, K., Billings, C., Miller, C. (2011, February). Evoked Cortical Potentials Do Not Reliably Reflect Hearing Aid Gain.Poster presented at the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Baltimore, Maryland, United States.

Miller, C., Souza, P., Arehart, K., Anderson, M. (2009, October). Characterizing the Abilities of Older Adults to Perceive Speech in Noise. Poster presented at the Aging and Speech Communication Research Conference, Bloomington, Indiana, United States.

Arehart, K.H., Souza, P.S., Miller, C.W., and Muralimanohar, R.M. (2008, August) Age-related deficits in Fprocessing: Use of periodicity and fine-structure cues.  Poster presented at the International Hearing Aid Research Conference, Lake Tahoe, Nevada, United States.

Blamey, P., Fiket, H., Pearce, D., Miller, C. (2008, April) Adaptive directional microphone for open canal fittings.  Poster presented at the meeting of the American Academy of Audiology, Charlotte, North Carolina, United States.


PRESENTATIONS
Miller, C., Bernstein, J., Wu, Y., Bentler, R., Tremblay, K. (2016, August). Predicting hearing aid outcomes with static and moving ripples. Paper presented at the International Hearing Aid Research Conference, Lake Tahoe, California, United States.

Zokoll, M., Kollmeier, B., Allen, P., Folkeard, P., Miller, C., Ramkissoon, I., Adams, E., and Bentler, R. (2016, April) Validation of the American English Matrix Sentence Test in Noise. Paper presented at the American Academy of Audiology, Phoenix, Arizona, United States.

Zakis, J. & Wise, C. (2006, August) The acoustic and perceptual effects of noise-suppression algorithms. Paper presented at the International Hearing Aid Research Conference, Lake Tahoe, California, United States.

Wise, C., Fulton, B., & Hau, J. (2006, May) Fitting Hearing Aids: A Different Way of Thinking.  Workshop conducted at the meeting of The Audiological Society of Australia, Perth, Australia.

Wise, C., Steele, C., Martin, L. (2006, May) Assessing user preference for the volume control range. Paper presented at the meeting of The Audiological Society of Australia, Perth, Australia.