Publications & Presentations

Recent Publications

Beach E, Gilliver M (accepted) Time to listen: Most regular patrons of music venues prefer lower volumes. Frontiers in Psychology.

Beach E (2018) What plug? Choosing high-fidelity earplugs for music listening. Spectrum, 35(2), 12-16.

Beechey T, Buchholz J M and Keidser G (2019). Eliciting naturalistic conversations: a method for assessing communication ability, subjective experience, and the impacts of noise and hearing impairment. Journal of speech, language, and hearing research, 62(2), 470-484.

Beechey, T, Buchholz, J M and Keidser, G. (under review). Hearing impairment increases communication effort during conversation in noise. Ear and Hearing.

Beechey T, Buchholz J M and Keidser G (under review). Hearing impairment increases communication effort during conversation in noise. Ear and Hearing.

Beechey T, Buchholz J M and Keidser G (2018). Measuring communication difficulty through effortful speech production. Speech communication, 100, 18-29.

Bott T, Hickson L, Meyer C, Bardy F, Van Dun B and Pachana NA (submitted). Cortical automatic threshold estimation: An alternative hearing test for adults with dementia living in aged care. International Journal of Audiology.

Cameron S, Mealings K, Chong-White N and Dillon H (under review). Development of the Listening in Spatialized Noise – Universal test (LiSN-U). A language-independent test for spatial processing disorder. International Journal of Audiology.

Ching TYC, Scarinci N, Marnane V, Sjahalam-King J, Button L & Whitfield J. (2018) Factors influencing parents’ decisions about communication choices during early education of their child with hearing loss: a qualitative study, Deafness & Education International. DOI: 10.1080/14643154.2018.1512393

Convery E, Hickson L, Keidser G, Meyer C (2019) The Chronic Care Model and chronic condition self-management: an introduction for audiologists. Seminars in Hearing 40(1),7-25.

Convery E, Hickson L, Meyer C, Keidser G (2018, published ahead of print) Predictors of hearing loss self-management in older adults. Disability and Rehabilitation. DOI: 10.1080/09638288.2018.1457091

Convery E, Keidser G, Hickson L, Meyer C (2018, published ahead of print) Factors associated with successful setup of a self-fitting hearing aid and the need for personalized support. Ear and Hearing. DOI: 10.1097/AUD.0000000000000663

Convery E, Keidser G, Hickson L, Meyer C (2019, published ahead of print) The relationship between hearing loss self-management and hearing aid benefit and satisfaction. American Journal of Audiology. DOI: 10.1044/2018_AJA-18-0130

Incerti P, Ching TYC and Cowan B (accepted)The Effect of Cross-over Frequency on Binaural Hearing Performance of Adults using Electric-Acoustic Stimulation. Cochlear Implants International.

Dwyer A, Kitamura C, Davies C, Ching TYC. Maternal education influences Australian infants’ language experience from 6 months. Infancy. DOI: 10.1111/infa.12262

Graydon K, Van Dun B, Rance G and Dowell R (resubmitted). The frequency-following response as an assessment of spatial processing in children with and without spatial processing disorder. International Journal of Audiology.

Keidser G, Matthews N, Convery E (under review) A qualitative examination of user perceptions of user-driven and app-controlled hearing technologies. American Journal of Audiology.

McGinnity S, Mulder J, Beach EF, Cowan R (in review) The hearing health of live-music sound engineers, Archives of Environmental and Occupational Health.

McGinnity S, Power D, Beach EF, Cowan R, Mulder J, Barr C (in review) Helping musicians help themselves: exploring musician-centred care in the practice of audiology, Medical Problems of Performing Artists.

Mealings K and Cameron S (2018). Investigating auditory spectral and temporal resolution deficits in children with reading difficulties. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology.

Mealings K, Harkus S, Hwang J, Fragoso J, Chung K, Harkus S and Dillon H (in submission). Hearing loss and speech understanding in noise in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children fro locations varying in remoteness and socio-educational advantage. International Journal of Audiology.

Mealings K, Harkus S, Flesher B, Meyer A, Chung K, Harkus S, & Dillon H. (in submission). Detection of hearing problems in Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander children: A comparison between audiologist-administered and self-administrated hearing tests. International Journal of Audiology.

Mealings K, Harkus S, Flesher B, Meyer A, Chung K, Harkus S, & Dillon H. (in submission). Detection of hearing problems in Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander children: A comparison between audiologist-administered and self-administrated hearing tests. International Journal of Audiology.

Mealings K, Valderrama J (2019). Difficulties understanding speech in noise with a normal or near-normal audiogram. Hearing Matters, February 2019.

Murphy, C; Hashim, E; Dillon, H; Bamiou, D-Ev. British children´s performance on the Listening in Spatialized Noise-Sentences Test (LISN-S). (Submitted to Int J Audiol).

Narne VK, Prabhu P, Van Dun B and Moore BCJ (2018). Ripple glide direction discrimination and its relationship to frequency selectivity estimated using notched noise. Acta Acustica united with Acustica, 104, 1063-1074.

Pang J, Beach E, Gilliver M, Yeend I (under review). Adults who report difficulty hearing speech in noise: experiences, impacts and coping strategies. International Journal of Audiology.

Phillips RL, Hogan A, Brumby SA and Williams W (submitted). Reactivity and despondency – A preliminary examination of the social correlates of depression amongst farmers with acquired hearing loss. Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counselling.

Rudner M, Seeto M, Keidser G, Johnson B, Rönnberg J. Poorer speech reception threshold in noise is associated with lower brain volume in auditory and cognitive processing regions. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research.

Scarinci N, Gehrke M, Ching TYC, Marnane V, Button L. (2018) Factors influencing caregiver decision making to change the communication method of their child with hearing loss, Deafness & Education International. ,DOI: 10.1080/14643154.2018.1511239

Sharma R, Gu Y, Ching TYC, Marnane V, Parkinson B (2019) Economic evaluations of childhood hearing loss screening programmes: a systematic review and critique. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40258-018-00456-1

Valderrama JT, Yeend I, Pang J (2019). Underlying causes and impact of speech-in-noise difficulties in normal hearers. 1 in 6 Newsletter – Deafness Forum of Australia, 6 February 2019.

Valderrama JT, Beach EF, Sharma M, Appaiah-Konganda S, Schmidt E (under review). Neural validation of discourse congruence in a list of 700 sentences using N400 event-related potentials. Behavior Research Methods.

Walravens E, Keidser G and Hickson L. Reliability of hearing aid setting preference in simulated real-world environments. Trends in Hearing.

Wass M, Ching TYC, Cupples L, Wang H-C, Lyxell B, Martin L, Gunnourie M, Button L, Boisvert I, McMahon C, Castles A (2018). Orthographic learning in children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools. http://LSHSS.pubs.asha.org/article.aspx?doi=10.1044/2018_LSHSS-17-0146

Wong CL, Ching TYC, Cupples L, Leigh G, Marnane V, Button L, Martin L, Whitfield J and Gunnourie M (2018, published online ahead of print). Comparing parent and teacher ratings of emotional and behavioural difficulties in 5-year old children who are deaf or hard-of-hearing. Deafness & Education International. DOI: 10.1080/14643154.2018.1475956

Yeend I, Beach EF and Sharma M (2018, published online ahead of print). Working memory and extended high-frequency hearing in adults: Diagnostic predictors of speech-in-noise perception. Ear and Hearing, DOI: 10.1097/AUD.0000000000000640.

Yeend I, Valderrama JT, Beach EF and Sharma M (under review). Musicians’ Attentional Skills Underlie Superior Speech-In-Noise Performance. Ear and Hearing.