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Research

Research and creative scholarship is an integral part of the university and department’s mission.  Graduate students are strongly encouraged to pursue research in collaboration with a faculty advisor or mentor.  Students enrolled in the Master of Communication Disorder program have the opportunity to complete a thesis option.  This option will require students to complete an original research project that contributes to the scientific literature that is of publishable quality.  The Doctor of Audiology students are required to complete a “Research Experience” which may consist of working on an independent research project or completing a literature review. 

Following are publications and presentations from students in the Department of Communication Disorders since 2010. (Underlined names are students.)


Refereed Publications:

Mercer, D ., Hurley, A., Tsien, F. (2016).  Detailed Audiological Evaluation of a Patient with Xeroderma Pigmentosum with Neural Degeneration. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 28: 80-90/.http://dx.doi.org/10.3766/jaaa.15112

Denman, I ., Banajee, M., & Hurley, A.  (2015). The effect of dichotic listening on children with ASD: A single subject Design.  International Journal of Audiology.  Accepted for Publication, July, 2015.  

Homer, M.A ., Rubin, S.S., Horowitz, T.D., & Richter, E. (2012). Linguistic Testing During ON/OFF States of Electrical Stimulation in the Associative Portion of the Subthalamic Nucleus, Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface, 15: 238-245

Hurley, A., Turner, R.G., Arriaga, E., & Troyer, A. (2011).  Afferent and Efferent Assessment after Hemispherectomy:  A Case Report. Journal of Educational Audiology, 17: 81-93.

Dowell, A., Milligan, B . Davis, B.D.  & Hurley, A. (2011) Wii-habilitation for (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder [(C)APD].  Journal of Educational Audiology, 17: 76-80.

 

Non-Referred Publications:

Kettlehake, G ., & Hurley, A. (2013). Overview of Music Induced Hearing Loss in Children.  Educational Audiology Association Summer Newsletter, June, 2013.

Arriaga, E.M ., & Hurley, A. (2013). Noise in the French Quarter.  Feature article for Advance for Hearing Professionals, May 20, 2013.

Hurley, A., & Denman, I. (2012).  Dichotic Listening Training and Children with ASD.  In F. Musiek’s Pathways.  Hearing Journal. 66: 31-32. 


Presentations:

Zinni, M ., & Banajee, M. (2015, November).  Video-Based Intervention & Self-Modeling in a Child with Autism: A Case Study.  Technical session presentation at ASHA convention, Denver, CO. 

D. Mercer , F. Tsien, A. Hurley (2014) Detailed Audiological Evaluation of a Patient with Xeroderma Pigmentosum with Neural Degeneration.  Poster presentation at the American Academy of Audiology, April, Orlando, Fl. 

D. Mercer , F. Tsien, A. Hurley (2013).  Detailed Audiological Evaluation of a Patient With Xeroderma Pigmentosum with Neural Degeneration.  Poster presentation at the American Society of Human Genetics, October, 2013. 

Hurley, A., Gonzalez, C. & Corier, D. (2013) Dichotic Speech Test Analyses Using Percentage Correct and Interaural Ear Differences.  Poster presenatin at American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Chicago, IL.

Hurley, A., Turner, R.G., Arriaga, E., Troyer, A. (2012). Auditory Afferent and Efferent Assessment Post Functional Hemispherectomy: A Case ReportPoster Presentation at Global Perspective on Central Auditory Processing Disorder. Boston, MA.

Hurley, A., Bhatt, S., Davis, D.B., & Turner, R.G. (2012).  Effect of Contralateral Noise on the LAEP in Children with (C)APD.   Poster Presentation at Global Perspective on Central Auditory Processing Disorder. Boston, MA.

Benedic, M ., & Hurley, A. (2010).  Inter-aural Timing Differences of Wave V to Click and Speech Stimuli in Children at Risk for (C)APD.  Poster Presentation at American Audiology Association, San Diego, CA.

Benedict, M., Ringe, M. & Hurley, A. 2009. Electrophysiological Changes in the BioMARK Recording After Auditory Training.  Poster Presentation at the EAA Summer Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Ringe, M., Benedict, M., & Hurley, A. 2009.  Inter-aural Timing Differences of Wave V to Click and Speech Stimuli in Children at risk for (C)APD.  Poster Presentation at the EAA Summer Conference, New Orleans, LA.

 

Other Presentations:

Musso, A.L , Glaussier, C., Hurley, A. & Tsien, F. (2015).  Autosomal Recessive Usher Syndrome and Autosomal Dominant Retinitis Pigmentosa in a Louisiana Acadian Family.  Poster Presentation at the 2015 LSUHSC School of Allied Health Research Symposium. 

Kettelhake, G . & Hurley (2014). A Review of Noise Sources and Methods of Hearing Protection Poster Presentation at the 2014 LSUHSC Research Symposium.

Cormier, D., Gonzalez, G ., & Hurley, A. (2013).  Analysis of Dichotic Digits Test.  Platform presentation at LSUHSC School of Allied Health Research Symposium.

Kettlehake, G ., & Hurley, A. (2013).  Music-Induced Hearing Loss in Children: A Review.  Poster Presentation at LSUHSC School of Allied Health Research Symposium.

Poynot, M ., & Hurley, A. (2013). The Lombard effect in children with autism spectrum disorder.


Poster Presentation at LSUHSC School of Allied Health Research Symposium.

Denman, I ., Banajee, M., & Hurley, A. (2012).The effect of dichotic auditory training on language and auditory processing children with autism spectrum disorders.  Poster Presentation at the LSU School of Allied Health Professions Research Symposium.  

Arriaga, E ., Hurley, A., & Berlin, C. (2012).  Decibels:  What is the legal limit in the French Quarter?  Poster Presentation at the LSU School of Allied Health Professions Research Symposium.  

O’Neal, M., Hurley, A., & Giles, A. (2012).  The correlation between electrophysiological and behavioral testing in children receiving ototoxic medications.  Poster Presentation at the LSU School of Allied Health Professions Research Symposium.  

Bhatt, S., Collins , A., Davis, DB., & Hurley, A.  (2011).  Effect of Contralateral Noise on the Late Auditory Evoked Potential in Children Who are "At-Risk" for (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder.  Oral Presentation at LSUHSC Research Symposium. 

Dowell, A., & Milligan, B . & Hurley, A.  (2011)Wii-habilitation for (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder [(C)APD]. Poster Presentation at LSUHSC Research Symposium.   

Jones, S., Burkenstock, A., Schexnayder, T . & Hurley, A. (2011).  Educational Audiologists:  How Does Louisiana Compare? Poster Presentation at LSUHSC Research Symposium.   

Troyer, A., & Hurley , A.  (2011). Behavioral and Electrophysiological Central Auditory Processing Test Results after Left Hemispherectomy.  Poster Presentation at LSUHSC Research Symposium.   

Wilbanks, E . & Hurley, A.  (2011). Specific Site of Lesion Testing For Auditory Neuropathy/ Dys-Synchrony: A Case Report Poster Presentation at LSUHSC Research Symposium.

Gautreaux, D., McKenzie, A., Waller, A., Benedic M., Ringe, M., & Hurley, A. (2010) Interaural Comparisons of Left and Right Speech and Click ABRs in Children at Risk for a Central Auditory Processing Disorder.  Oral Platform Presentation at LSU Health Sciences Center Research Symposium.