National Centre for Audiology

Publications

The Child Amplification Lab (CAL) receives grants and contributions from private and public organizations. The CAL thanks its funding contributors for their continued support of research to make these publications possible.

Submitted
Moodie S, Rall E, Eiten L, Lindley G, Gordey D, Davidson L, Littman T, Bagatto M, Scollie S. (Revision Requested). Applying the AAA Pediatric Amplification Guidelines: Survey of Current Practices. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology.

2016
Scollie, S., Glista, D., Seto, J., Dunn, A., Hawkins, M., Schuett, B., ..., Parsa, V. (2016). Fitting frequency lowering signal processing applying the AAA pediatric amplification guideline: Updates and Protocols. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 3 (27), 219-236.

Scollie S, Levi C, Pourman N, Bagatto M, Parsa V, Crukley J, Zimmo S, Folkeard P. (2016). Fitting Noise Management Signal Processing Applying the AAA Pediatric Amplification Guideline: Updates and Protocols. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 3(27), 237-251.

Bagatto M, Moodie S, Brown C, Malandrino A, Richert F, Clench D, Scollie S. (2016). Prescribing and Verifying Hearing Aids Applying the AAA Pediatric Amplification Guideline: Protocols and Outcomes from the Ontario Infant Hearing Program. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 3(27),188-203.

Henderson, R. J., Johnson, A., & Moodie, S. (2016). Revised conceptual framework of parent-to-parent support for parents of children who are deaf or hard of hearing: A modified Delphi study. American Journal of Audiology, (2), 4. doi:10.1044/2016_AJA-15-0059.

2015
Easwar, V., Beamish, L., Aiken, S., Choi, J. M., Scollie, S., & Purcell, D. (2015). Sensitivity of envelope following responses to vowel polarity. Hearing Research, 320, 38–50. doi:10.1016/j.heares.2014.11.008

Wolfe, J, John, A.B. Schafer, E.C. Hudson, M, A, 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., Purcell, D. W., Aiken, S. J., Parsa, V., & Scollie, S. D. (2015). Effect of stimulus level and bandwidth on speech-evoked envelope following responses in adults with normal hearing. Ear and Hearing, 1. doi:10.1097/AUD.0000000000000188

Easwar, V., Purcell, D. W., Aiken, S. J., Parsa, V., & Scollie, S. D. (2015). Evaluation of Speech-Evoked Envelope Following Responses as an Objective Aided Outcome Measure: Effect of Stimulus Level, Bandwidth, and Amplification in Adults With Hearing Loss, Ear and Hearing, 1–18.

Easwar, V., Beamish, L., Aiken, S., Choi, J. M., Scollie, S., & Purcell, D. (2015). Sensitivity of envelope following responses to vowel polarity. Hearing Research, 320, 38–50. doi:10.1016/j.heares.2014.11.008

Bagatto M, Moodie S, Brown C, Malandrino A, Richert F, Clench D, Scollie S. Accepted September 1, 2015. Prescribing and verifying hearing aids applying the AAA Pediatric Amplification Guideline: Protocols and outcomes from the Ontario Infant Hearing Program, Journal of the American Academy of Audiology

Moodie S, Scollie S, Moodie K, Pietrobon J, Lindley G, Rall E, Gordey D, Davidson L, Bagatto M, Haluschak M. (Submitted). Using the Real-Ear-To-Coupler Difference (RECD) within the AAA Pediatric Amplification Guideline: Updates and Protocols. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology.

2014
Crukley, J. and Scollie, S. (2014). The Effects of Digital Signal Processing Features on Children’s Speech Recognition and Loudness Perception. American Journal of Audiology, 23, pp. 99-115.

Henderson, R., Johnson, M., Moodie, S. (2014). A Conceptual Framework of Parent-to-Parent Support for Parents with Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. American Journal of Audiology, 23(4), 437-448. 

Infant Hearing Program (2014). Ontario Infant Hearing Program: Protocol for the provision of amplification. PDF

Wolfe, J, John, A.B. Schafer, E.C. Hudson, M.A, Boretzki, M., Scollie, S, Woods, W., Wheeler, J., Hudgens, K., Neumann, S. (2014). 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.

Huber, R., Parsa, V., Scollie, S. (2014). Predicting the perceived sound quality of frequency-compressed speech. PLOS ONE, 9(11), e110260.

John, A.B. Wolfe, J, Scollie, S., Schafer, E.C. Hudson, M, A, 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, S., Eawar, V., Network of Pediatric Audiologists. (2014). The Ling 6 (HL) Test: Typical Pediatric Performance Data and Clinical Use Evaluation, Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 25(10), 1008-1021. DOI: 10.3766/jaaa.25.10.9

Boothalingam, S., Purcell, D., Scollie, S. (2014). Influence of 100Hz amplitude modulation on the human medial olivocochlear reflex. Neuroscience Letters 580, 56-61.

Tremblay, K.L., Scollie, S., Abrams, H., Sullivan, J., McMahon, C. (2014). Hearing Aids and the Brain. International Journal of Otolaryngology. 

2013
Crukley, J. and Scollie, S. The Effects of Digital Signal Processing Features on Children’s Speech Recognition and Loudness Perception. American Journal of Audiology, 2013 Sep 9. Abstract

Garolla, L., Scollie, S., & Martinelli, M. (2013). Development of the speech test signal in Brazilian Portuguese for real ear measurement. International Journal of Audiology, 52(8): 572-576. Abstract.

Tremblay K.L., Scollie S., Abrams, H.B., Sullivan, J.R. McMahon, C.M.(2013) Hearing aids and the brain: What’s the connection? Submitted for publication. International Journal of Otolaryngology.

Bagatto, M. P., & Scollie, S. D. (2013). Validation of the Parents' Evaluation of Aural/Oral Performance of Children (PEACH) Rating Scale. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology24(2), 121-125. Abstract

Bagatto, M. P. (2013). The Essentials of Fitting Hearing Aids to Babies. Seminars in Hearing, 34(01), 19-26. Abstract

Parsa, V., Scollie, S., Glista, D., & Seelisch, A. (2013). Nonlinear Frequency Compression Effects on Sound Quality Ratings of Speech and Music. SAGE open. doi: 10.1177/1084713813480856. Abstract

2012

Crukley, J., & Scollie, S. D. (2012). Children's Speech Recognition and Loudness Perception With the Desired Sensation Level v5 Quiet and Noise PrescriptionsAmerican Journal of Audiology21(2), 149-162. Journal website: http://aja.asha.org/cgi/content/abstract/21/2/149

Easwar, V., Glista, D., Purcell, D. W., & Scollie, S. D. (2012). Hearing aid processing changes tone burst onset: effect on cortical auditory evoked potentials in individuals with normal audiometric thresholdsAmerican Journal of Audiology21(1), 82-90. Journal website: http://aja.asha.org/cgi/content/abstract/21/1/82

Easwar, V., Glista, D., Purcell, D. W., & Scollie, S. D. (2012). The effect of stimulus choice on cortical auditory evoked potentials (CAEP): Consideration of speech segment positioning within naturally produced speech. International Journal of Audiology51(12), 926-931. Abstract

Easwar, V., Purcell, D. W., & Scollie, S. D. (2012). Electroacoustic comparison of hearing aid output of phonemes in running speech versus isolation: Implications for aided cortical auditory evoked potentials testingInternational Journal of Otolaryngology2012.

Glista, D., Scollie, S., & Sulkers, J. (2012). Perceptual acclimatization post nonlinear frequency compression hearing aid fitting in older childrenJournal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research55(6), 1765-1787. Journal website: http://aja.asha.org/cgi/content/abstract/8/2/143

Glista, D., & Scollie, S. (2012). Development and evaluation of an English language measure of detection of word-final plurality markers: The University of Western Ontario Plurals Test. American Journal of Audiology21(1), 76-81. Journal website: http://aja.asha.org/cgi/content/abstract/21/1/76

Glista, D., Easwar, V., Purcell, D. W., & Scollie, S. (2012). A pilot study on cortical auditory evoked potentials in children: Aided CAEPs reflect improved high-frequency audibility with frequency compression hearing aid technology. International Journal of Otolaryngology2012.

Scollie, S., Glista, D., Tenhaaf, J., Dunn, A., Malandrino, A., Keene, K., & Folkeard, P. (2012). Stimuli and normative data for detection of Ling-6 sounds in hearing levelAmerican Journal of Audiology21(2), 232-241. Journal website: http://aja.asha.org/cgi/content/abstract/21/2/232

2011
Bagatto, M. P., Brown, C. L., Moodie, S. T., & Scollie, S. D. (2011). External validation of the LittlEARS®Auditory Questionnaire with English-speaking families of Canadian children with normal hearing. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology75(6), 815-817. Abstract

Bagatto, M. P., Moodie, S. T., Malandrino, A. C., Richert, F. M., Clench, D. A., & Scollie, S. D. (2011). The University of Western Ontario pediatric audiological monitoring protocol (UWO PedAMP). SAGE Open. doi: doi: 10.1177/1084713811420304. AbstractUWO PedAMP manual.

Bagatto, M. P., Moodie, S. T., Seewald, R. C., Bartlett, D. J., & Scollie, S. D. (2011). A critical review of audiological outcome measures for infants and children. SAGE Open. doi: 10.1177/1084713811412056. Abstract.

Crukley, J., Scollie, S. D., & Parsa, V. (2011). An exploration of non-quiet listening at schoolJournal of Educational Audiology17, 23-35. 

Moodie, S. T., Kothari, A., Bagatto, M. P., Seewald, R., Miller, L. T., & Scollie, S. D. (2011). Knowledge Translation in Audiology Promoting the Clinical Application of Best Evidence. SAGE Open.  doi: 10.1177/1084713811420740. Abstract.

Moodie, S. T., Bagatto, M. P., Miller, L. T., Kothari, A., Seewald, R. C., & Scollie, S. D. (2011). An integrated knowledge translation experience: Use of the Network of Pediatric Audiologists of Canada to facilitate the development of the University of Western Ontario Pediatric Audiological Monitoring Protocol (UWO PedAMP v1. 0). SAGE Open. doi: 10.1177/1084713811417634. Abstract.

Ng, S., Meston, C., Scollie, S., & Seewald, R. (2011). Adaptation of the BKB-SIN test for use as a pediatric aided outcome measure. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology22(6), 375-386. Abstract

Scollie, S., Bagatto, M., Moodie, S., & Crukley, J. (2011). Accuracy and Reliability of a Real-Ear-to-Coupler Difference Measurement Procedure Implemented within a Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aid. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology22(9), 612-622. Abstract

2010
Bagatto, M., Scollie, S. D., Hyde, M., & Seewald, R. (2010). Protocol for the provision of amplification within the Ontario Infant Hearing Program. International Journal of Audiology49(S1), S70-S79. Abstract 

Ching, T. Y., Scollie, S. D., Dillon, H., Seewald, R., Britton, L., & Steinberg, J. (2010). Prescribed real-ear and achieved real-life differences in children's hearing aids adjusted according to the NAL-NL1 and the DSL v. 4.1 prescriptions. International Journal of Audiology49(S1), S16-S25. Abstract

Ching, T. Y., Scollie, S. D., Dillon, H., & Seewald, R. (2010). A cross-over, double-blind comparison of the NAL-NL1 and the DSL v4. 1 prescriptions for children with mild to moderately severe hearing loss. International Journal of Audiology49(S1), S4-S15. Abstract

Ching, T. Y., Scollie, S. D., Dillon, H., Seewald, R., Britton, L., Steinberg, J., ... & King, K. A. (2010). Evaluation of the NAL-NL1 and the DSL v. 4.1 prescriptions for children: Paired-comparison intelligibility judgments and functional performance ratings. International Journal of Audiology49(S1), S35-s48. Abstract

Polonenko, M. J., Scollie, S. D., Moodie, S., Seewald, R. C., Laurnagaray, D., Shantz, J., & Richards, A. (2010). Fit to targets, preferred listening levels, and self-reported outcomes for the DSL v5. 0a hearing aid prescription for adults. International Journal of Audiology49(8), 550-560. Abstract

Scollie, S. (2010). Hearing aid signal processing for children: When and how to use it. Perspectives on Hearing and Hearing Disorders in Childhood20(2), 63-69. Abstract

Scollie, S. D., Ching, T. Y., Seewald, R. C., Dillon, H., Britton, L., Steinberg, J., & King, K. (2010). Children's speech perception and loudness ratings when fitted with hearing aids using the DSL v. 4.1 and the NAL-NL1 prescriptions. International Journal of Audiology49(S1), S26-s34. Abstract

Scollie, S., Ching, T. Y., Seewald, R., Dillon, H., Britton, L., Steinberg, J., & Corcoran, J. (2010). Evaluation of the NAL-NL1 and DSL v4. 1 prescriptions for children: Preference in real world use. International Journal of Audiology,49(S1), S49-S63. Abstract

2009
Davidson, L. S., Skinner, M. W., Holstad, B. A., Fears, B. T., Richter, M. K., Matusofsky, M., ... & Scollie, S. (2009). The effect of instantaneous input dynamic range setting on the speech perception of children with the nucleus 24 implant. Ear and Hearing30(3), 340-349.

Glista, D., Scollie, S., Bagatto, M., Seewald, R., Parsa, V., & Johnson, A. (2009). Evaluation of nonlinear frequency compression: Clinical outcomes. International Journal of Audiology48(9), 632-644. Abstract

2008
Scollie, S. D. (2008). Children's speech recognition scores: The Speech Intelligibility Index and proficiency factors for age and hearing level. Ear and Hearing249(4), 543-556. Abstract

Seewald, R., Mills, J., Bagatto, M., Scollie, S., & Moodie, S. (2008). A comparison of manufacturer-specific prescriptive procedures for infantsThe Hearing Journal61(11), 26-28.

2007
Jenstad, L. M., Bagatto, M. P., Seewald, R. C., Scollie, S. D., Cornelisse, L. E., & Scicluna, R. (2007). Evaluation of the Desired Sensation Level [Input/Output] algorithm for adults with hearing loss: the acceptable range for amplified conversational speech. Ear and Hearing28(6), 793-811. Abstract

2006
Bagatto, M. P., Seewald, R. C., Scollie, S. D., & Tharpe, A. M. (2006). Evaluation of a probe-tube insertion technique for measuring the real-ear-to-coupler difference (RECD) in young infants. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology17(8), 573-581. Abstract

Hodgetts, W. E., Scollie, S. D., & Swain, R. (2006). Effects of applied contact force and volume control setting on output force levels of the BAHA® Softband: Efectos de la fuerza aplicada de contacto y de los ajustes en el control de volumen sobre los niveles de fuerza de salida del BAHA® Softband. International Journal of Audiology45(5), 301-308. Abstract

Moodie, S. T., Scollie, S. D., Bagatto, M. P., & Seewald, R. C. (2006). What’s New in Prescriptive Fittings up North for Adults and Children? Hearing care for adults, 115-132.

2005
Bagatto, M., Moodie, S., Scollie, S., Seewald, R., Moodie, S., Pumford, J., & Liu, K. R. (2005). Clinical protocols for hearing instrument fitting in the Desired Sensation Level method. Trends in Amplification9(4), 199-226. Abstract

Scollie, S., Seewald, R., Cornelisse, L., Moodie, S., Bagatto, M., Laurnagaray, D., ... & Pumford, J. (2005). The desired sensation level multistage input/output algorithm. Trends in Amplification9(4), 159-197. Abstract

Seelisch, A., & Scollie, S. (2005). An evaluation of the impact and feasibility of the ANSI S3. 22 2003 standard for testing hearing instruments. Canadian Acoustics33(3), 40-41. Abstract

Seewald, R., Moodie, S., Scollie, S., & Bagatto, M. (2005). The DSL method for pediatric hearing instrument fitting: Historical perspective and current issues.Trends in Amplification9(4), 145-157. Abstract

Tenhaaf, J. J., & Scollie, S. D. (2005). Normative threshold levels for a calibrated, computer-assisted version of the Ling six-sound test. Canadian Acoustics33(3), 44-45. Abstract

2003
Scollie, S. D., Steinberg, M. J., & Seewald, R. C. (2002). Evaluation of electroacoustic test signals II: Development and cross-validation of correction factors. Ear and Hearing23(5), 488-498. Abstract

Seewald, R. C., & Scollie, S. D. (2003). An approach for ensuring accuracy in pediatric hearing instrument fitting. Trends in Amplification7(1), 29-40. Abstract

2002
Bagatto, M. P., Scollie, S. D., Seewald, R. C., Moodie, K. S., & Hoover, B. M. (2002). Real-ear-to-coupler difference predictions as a function of age for two coupling procedures. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology13(8), 407-415. Abstract

Scollie, S. D., & Seewald, R. C. (2002). Evaluation of electroacoustic test signals I: Comparison with amplified speech. Ear and Hearing23(5), 477-487. Abstract

2000
Moodie, K. S., Seewald, R. C., & Sinclair, S. T. (1994). Procedure for predicting real-ear hearing aid performance in young childrenAmerican Journal of Audiology3(1), 23-31. Journal website: http://aja.asha.org/content/vol3/issue1/index.dtl

Pumford, J. M., Seewald, R. C., Scollie, S. D., & Jenstad, L. M. (2000). Speech recognition with in-the-ear and behind-the-ear dual-microphone hearing instruments. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology11(1), 23-35. 

Scollie, S. D., Seewald, R. C., Moodie, K. S., & Dekok, K. (2000). Preferred listening levels of children who use hearing aids: comparison to prescriptive targets. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology11(4), 230-238.

Scollie, S. D., Seewald, R. C., Cornelisse, L. E., & Jenstad, L. M. (1998). Validity and repeatability of level-independent HL to SPL transforms. Ear and Hearing,19(5), 407-413. Abstract

Scollie, S. D., Seewald, R. C., Cornelisse, L. E., & Miller, S. M. (1998). Procedural considerations in the real-ear measurement of completely-in-the-canal instruments. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology9(3), 216-220. 

Seewald, R. C., Moodie, K. S., Sinclair, S. T., & Scollie, S. D. (1999). Predictive validity of a procedure for pediatric hearing instrument fitting. American Journal of Audiology8(2), 143-152. Journal website: http://aja.asha.org/cgi/content/abstract/8/2/143