Hearing Technologies, Instrumentation and Calibration
Pediatric Audiology and Early Intervention
Faculty Scholar, Faculty of Health Sciences: 2011-2013
Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Teaching, Faculty of Health Sciences: 2004, 2006-10
Kenneth J. Rooney Memorial Award (Hearing Foundation of Canada): 2005
Member, committee to develop the American Academy of Audiology Pediatric Amplification Guideline (present)
Technical co-chair, International Hearing Aid Research Conference committee (2014)
Member, editorial board for the American Journal of Audiology
Curriculum Manager for Audiology, School of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Scollie, SD. (2014). Hearing aid fitting and verification procedures for children. In: J Katz, M Chasin, K English, L Hood, K Tillery (eds.) Handbook of Clinical Audiology, Seventh Edition Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore.
Crukley J & Scollie, S. (2014). The effects of digital signal processing features on children’s speech recognition and loudness perception. American Journal of Audiology, 23, 99-115.
Huber R, Parsa V & Scollie S. (2014). Predicting the perceived sound quality of frequency-compressed speech. PLOS ONE, 9(11), e110260.
John AB, Wolfe J, Scollie S, Schafer EC, Hudson MA, Woods W, Wheeler J, Hudgens K & Neumann S. (2014). Evaluation of wideband frequency responses and non-linear frequency compression for children with cookie-bite audiometric configurations. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 25(10), 1022-1033.
Glista D, Scollie S, Moodie ST & Easwar V, & The Network of Pediatric Audiologists of Canada. (2014). The Ling 6(HL) Test: Typical pediatric performance data and clinical use evaluation. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 25(10), 1-14. doi: 10.3766/jaaa.25.10.9
Tremblay KL, Scollie S, Abrams H, Sullivan J & McMahon C. (2014). Hearing aids and the brain. International Journal of Otolaryngology, 2014(2014): Article ID 518967, 5 pages http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/518967
Wolfe J, John AB, Schafer EC, Hudson MA, Boretski M, Scollie S, Woods W, Wheeler J, Hudgens K & Neumann S. (2015). Evaluation of wideband frequency responses and non-linear frequency compression for children with mild to moderate high-frequency hearing loss. International Journal of Audiology, 54(3), 170-181.
Easwar V, Beamish L, Aiken SJ, Choi JM, Scollie SD & Purcell DW. (2015). Sensitivity of envelope following responses to vowel polarity. Hearing Research, 320, 38–50. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.heares.2014.11.008
Bagatto M, Glista D & Scollie S. (2014). Monitoring Outcomes of Infants and Children who Wear Hearing Aids. In J. Northern, (Ed.), A Sound Foundation Through Early Amplification: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference (43-50). Stäfa Switzerland: Phonak.
Scollie S, Glista D & Richert F. (2014). Frequency Lowering Hearing Aids: Procedures fo Assessing Candidacy and Fine Tuning. In J. Northern, (Ed.), A Sound Foundation Through Early Amplification: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference. Stäfa Switzerland: Phonak, 89-96.
Falk T, Parsa V, Santos J, Arehart K, Hazrati O, Huber R, Kates J & Scollie S. (2015). Objective quality and intelligibility prediction for users of assistive listening devices. IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, Special Issue on Signal Processing Techniques for Assisted Listening, 32(2), 114 – 124.