The Deaf/Hard of Hearing Technology Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center’s (DHH-RERC) project work has been published or presented .  Full text, when available, and citations are included.

Citation: Wu, Y. H., Stangl, E., Zhang, X., & Bentler, R. A. (2015). Construct Validity of the
Ecological Momentary Assessment in Audiology Research. Journal of the
American Academy of Audiology, 26(10), 872-884.

Citation: Hasan, S. S., Brummet, R., Chipara, O., Wu, Y. H., & Yang, T. (2015, October).
In-situ Measurement and Prediction of Hearing Aid Outcomes Using Mobile
Phones. In Healthcare Informatics (ICHI), 2015 International Conference on Healthcare Informatics (pp. 525-534). IEEE.

  • N-CHATT Wants You! Recruitment activities included an article in Hearing Loss Magazine to describe N-CHATT, its benefits, and how to apply to participate.

Citation: Hamlin, L. (2016). N-CHATT Wants You! Hearing Loss Magazine, 37(3), 19.

Citation: Plant, G., Bernstein, C., & Levitt, H. (2015) Optimizing Performance in Adult
Cochlear Implant Users through Clinician directed Auditory Training. Seminars in
Hearing, 36, 296-309.

Citation: Beard, B.B.; Julstrom, S.D.; Kozma-Spytek, L.K., “RF interference in hearing aids
from cellphones part 1: Near-field cellphone emissions measurements and the
effects of hands,” in Electromagnetic Compatibility Magazine, IEEE , vol.4, no.3,
pp.59-66, 3rd Quarter 2015.

Citation: Julstrom, S.D.; Kozma-Spytek, L.K., Beard, B.B., “RF interference in hearing aids
from cellphones part 2: Comparing in-use RF coupling to predictions,” in
Electromagnetic Compatibility Magazine, IEEE , vol.4, no.4, pp.66-77, 4th
Quarter 2015