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 Issue Date First Author Title  
52-3 7/30/2015 Gabrielle H. Saunders, PhD Auditory difficulties in blast-exposed Veterans with clinically normal hearing 
51-54/13/2015Peter G. Jacobs, PhDNew Opportunities and Challenges for Teleaudiology Within Department of Veterans Affairs 
51-44/9/2015Paula J. Myers, PhD;1*Development of a progressive audiologic tinnitus management program for Veterans with tinnitus 
51-23/26/2015Chihiro Morimoto, MDSound transmission by cartilage conduction in ear with fibrotic aural atresia 
51-12/23/2015Dawn Konrad-Martin, PhDProposed comprehensive ototoxicity monitoring program for VA healthcare (COMP-VA) 
50-710/15/2014Marilyn F. Dille, PhDOtoID: New extended frequency, portable audiometer for ototoxicity monitoring 
50-61/16/2014Amber L. Dougherty, MPHBlast-related ear injuries among U.S. military personnel 
50-612/19/2013Alexander K. Ommaya, ScDOpportunities in rehabilitation research 
  Issue Date At a Glance First Author Title
50-4 7/31/2013 At a Glance Margaret P. Collins, PhD, CCC-A Hearing aid effectiveness after aural rehabilitation: Individual versus group trial results
50-1 3/11/2013 At a Glance Sandra I. Oba, MS Minimal effects of visual memory training on auditory performance of adult cochlear implant users
50-1 3/11/2013 At a Glance Richard H.Wilson, PhD Characteristics of the audiometric 4,000 Hz notch (744,553 veterans) and the 3,000, 4,000, and 6,000 Hz notches (539,932 veterans)
49-8 12/11/2012 At a Glance David L. Woods, PhD Age-related changes in consonant and sentence processing
49-7 10/24/2012 At a Glance Frederick J. Gallun, PhD Implications of blast exposure for central auditory function: A review
49-7 10/24/2012 At a Glance Gabrielle H. Saunders, PhD Blast exposure and dual sensory impairment: An evidence review and integrated rehabilitation approach
49-7 10/24/2012 At a Glance James A. Henry, PhD Pilot study to develop telehealth tinnitus management for persons with and without traumatic brain injury
49-7 10/24/2012 At a Glance Frederick J. Gallun, PhD Performance on tests of central auditory processing by individuals exposed to high-intensity blasts
49-7 10/24/2012 At a Glance Michael Oleksiak Audiological issues and hearing loss among veterans with mild traumatic brain injury
49-7 10/24/2012 At a Glance Terri K. Pogoda, PhD Multisensory impairment reported by veterans with and without mild traumatic brain injury history
49-7 10/24/2012 At a Glance Henry L. Lew, MD, PhD Guest Editorial: Sensory and communication disorders in traumatic brain injury
49-7 10/24/2012 At a Glance Manojkumar Valiyaveettil, PhD Preliminary studies on differential expression of auditory functional genes in the brain after repeated blast exposures
49-4 5/30/2012 At a Glance Robert L. Folmer, PhD Computer-based hearing loss prevention education program for Veterans and military personnel
49-3 4/26/2012 At a Glance Dae Shik Kim, PhD Impact of adding artificially generated alert sound to hybrid electric vehicles on their detectability by pedestrians who are blind
49-1 2/16/2012 At a Glance Vinod Sharma, PhD Clinical evaluation of semiautonomous smart wheelchair architecture (Drive-Safe System) with visually impaired individuals
48-5 6/9/2011 At a Glance Robert L. Folmer, PhD Audiometric thresholds and prevalence of tinnitus among male veterans in the United States: Data from the Nationa lHealth and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999-2006
48-5 6/9/2011 At a Glance Raymond H. Hull, PhD, FASHA, FAAA Environmental design-An expanding role in hearing rehabilitation for older adults
48-5 6/9/2011 At a Glance Dawn M. Guthrie, PhD Reliability of standardized assessment for adults who are deafblind
47-7 10/10/2010 At a Glance M. Samantha Lewis, PhD Audiometric hearing status of individuals with and without multiple sclerosis
47-6 9/3/2010 At a Glance Richard H. Wilson, PhD Prevalence and degree of hearing loss among males in Beaver Dam cohort: Comparison of veterans and nonveterans
47-3 5/6/2010 At a Glance David L. Woods, PhD Measuring consonant identification in nonsense syllables, words, and sentences
46-8 1/26/2010   Parivash Ranjbar, PhD Vibrotactile identification of signal-processed sounds from environmental events
46-6 11/23/2009   Henry L. Lew, MD, PhD Auditory and visual impairments in patients with blast-related traumatic brain injury: Effect of dual sensory impairment on Functional Independence Measure
46-6 11/23/2009   Stephen A. Fausti, PhD Auditory and vestibular dysfunction associated with blast-related traumatic brain injury
46-6 11/23/2009   Joshua D. Halbauer, MD Neuropsychiatric diagnosis and management of chronic sequelae of war-related mild to moderate traumatic brain injury
46-5 10/13/2009   James A. Henry, PhD Auditory test result characteristics of subjects with and without tinnitus
46-5 10/13/2009   David Gnewikow, PhD; Real-world benefit from directional microphone hearing aids
45-9 1/1/2008   Caroline J. Kendall, PhD Use of mental health services by veteransdisabled by auditory disorders
45-7 1/1/2008   Benot Pouyatos, PhD Lipoic acid and 6-formylpterin reduce potentiation of noise-induced hearing loss by carbon monoxide: Preliminary investigation
45-5 1/1/2008   Christopher Turner, PhD Integration of acoustic and electrical hearing
45-5 1/1/2008   Jill B. Firszt, PhD Restoring hearing symmetry with two cochlear implants or one cochlear implant and a contralateral hearing aid
45-5 1/1/2008   Stephen J. Rebscher, MA Considerations for design of future cochlear implant electrode arrays: Electrode array stiffness, size, and depth of insertion
45-5 1/1/2008   Blake S. Wilson Cochlear implants: Current designs and future possibilities
45-5 1/1/2008   Graeme M. Clark Personal reflections on the multichannel cochlear implant and a view of the future
45-5 1/1/2008   Ward R. Drennan, PhD Music perception in cochlear implant users and its relationship with psychophysical capabilities
45-4 1/1/2008   Sherri L. Smith, PhD Prevalence and characteristics of dual sensory impairment (hearing and vision) in a veteran population
45-4 1/1/2008   Diana H. Rintala, PhD Effects of assistance dogs on persons with mobilityor hearing impairments: A pilot study
44-7 1/1/2007   Henry L. Lew, MD, PhD Auditory dysfunction in traumatic brain injury
44-7 1/1/2007   Henry L. Lew, MD, PhD Program development and defining characteristics of returning military in a VA Polytrauma Network Site
44-5 1/1/2007   Margaret P. Collins, PhD, CCC-A Effectiveness of group versus individual hearing aid visits
44-3 1/1/2007   Christof Stieger, MSc Human temporal bones versus mechanical model to evaluate three middle ear transducers
44-1 1/1/2007   James A. Henry, PhD Randomized clinical trial: Group counseling based on tinnitus retraining therapy
43-6 9/1/2007   Mark Brennan, PhD Longitudinal associations between dual sensory impairment and everyday competence among older adults
43-4 7/1/2006   G. Christopher Stecker, PhD Perceptual training improves syllable identification in new and experienced hearing aid users
43-4 7/1/2006   E. William Yund, PhD Acclimatization in wide dynamic range multichannel compression and linear amplification hearing aids
43-1 1/1/2006   M. Samantha Lewis, PhD Some effects of multiple sclerosis on speech perception in noise: Preliminary findings
42-6 11/1/2005   Richard H. Wilson, PhD Use of 35 words for evaluation of hearing loss in signal-to-babble ratio:
A clinic protocol
42-4s 7/1/2005   Gabrielle H. Saunders, PhD Measuring hearing aid outcomesNot as easy as it seems
42-4s 7/1/2005   Maurice H. Miller, PhD Selected complex auditory disorders
42-4s 7/1/2005   Sandra Gordon-Salant, PhD Hearing loss and aging: New research findings and clinical implications
42-4s 7/1/2005   Stephen A. Fausti, PhD Hearing health and care: The need for improved hearing loss prevention
and hearing conservation practices
42-4s 7/1/2005   Jont B. Allen, PhD Evaluation of human middle ear function via an acoustic power assessment
42-4s 7/1/2005   Richard H. Wilson, PhD Speech signals used to evaluate functional status of the auditory system
42-4s 7/1/2005   James A. Henry, PhD Clinical management of tinnitus using a progressive intervention approach
42-4s 7/1/2005   Helen J. Simon, PhD Bilateral amplification and sound localization: Then and now
42-4s 7/1/2005   Linda Kozma-Spytek, MA, CCCA An evaluation of digital cellular handsets by hearing aid users
42-4s 7/1/2005   Arlene C. Neuman, PhD Central auditory system plasticity and aural rehabilitation of adults
42-4s 7/1/2005   Jonathan I. Matsui, PhD Hair cell regeneration: An exciting phenomenon . . . But will restoring
hearing and balance be possible?
42-4s 7/1/2005   Harry Levitt, PhD Guest Editorial: Some interesting analogies
42-4s 7/1/2005   Todd A. Ricketts, PhD Directional hearing aids: Then and now
42-4s 7/1/2005   Jeffrey S. Martin, MA Some effects of aging on central auditory processing
42-4 7/1/2005   Richard H. Wilson, PhD A comparison of word-recognition abilities assessed with digit pairs
and digit triplets in multitalker babble
42-3 5/1/2005   Terry Graham, EdD Guest Editorial: Adult rehabilitation training programs and support services: A collaborative, person-centered approach
42-3 5/1/2005   Jane S. Gordon, MS Evaluation of insert earphones for high-frequency bedside ototoxicity monitoring
41-6 11/1/2004   James A. Henry, PhD Computer-automated tinnitus assessment using patient control
of stimulus parameters
41-5 9/1/2004   Devora Lieberman, MD Visual and hearing impairment in elderly patients hospitalized for rehabilitation following hip fracture
41-3a 5/1/2004   Curtin R. Mitchell, PhD Use of auditory brainstem responses for the early detection of ototoxicity from aminoglycosides or chemotherapeutic drugs
41-2 3/1/2004   James A. Henry, PhD Comparison of manual and computer-automated procedures for tinnitus pitch-matching
40-4 7/1/2003   Ivonne McDowell VAs national rehabilitation special events: Therapy at its best.
40-4 7/1/2003   Richard H. Wilson, PhD A word-recognition task in multitalker babble using a descending presentation mode from 24 dB to 0 dB signal to babble
40-4 7/1/2003   Richard H. Wilson, PhD Learning effects associated with repeated word-recognition measures using sentence materials
40-3 5/1/2003   James A. Henry, PhD Reliability of computer-automated hearing thresholds in cochlear-impaired listeners using ER-4B Canal Phone Earphones
40-2 3/1/2003   James A. Henry, PhD Guide to conducting tinnitus retraining therapy initial and follow-up interviews
39-5 9/1/2002   Nancy E. Vaughan, PhD An efficient test protocol for identification of a limited, sensitive frequency test range for early detection of ototoxicity
39-5 9/1/2002   Nancy E. Vaughan, PhD Time-expanded speech and speech recognition in older adults
39-5 9/1/2002   Harvey Abrams, PhD A cost-utility analysis of adult group audiologic rehabilitation: Are the benefits worth the cost?
39-1 1/1/2002   Richard H. Wilson, PhD Northwestern University Auditory Test No. 6 in multi-talker babble: A preliminary report
38-5 9/1/2001   James A. Henry, PhD Reliability of hearing thresholds: computer-automated testing with ER-4B Canal PhoneTM earphones
38-5 9/1/2001   James A. Henry, PhD Comparison of two computer-automated procedures for tinnitus pitch matching
38-2 3/1/2001   Erik Borg, MD, PhD A three-microphone system for real-time directional analysis: towards a device for environmental monitoring in deaf-blind
38-2 3/1/2001   Erik Borg, MD, PhD Vibratory coded directional analysis: evaluation of a three-microphone/four-vibrator DSP system
38-1 1/1/2001   Harry Levitt, PhD Noise reduction in hearing aids: An overview
38-1 1/1/2001   P. Hunter Peckham, PhD Restoration of function: Current challenges and future opportunities through electrical stimulation
37-5 9/1/2000   Anne Strouse, PhD The effect of filtering and inter-digit interval on the recognition of dichotic digits
37-4 7/1/2000   Pamela E. Souza, PhD Fitting hearing aids with the Articulation Index: Impact on hearing aid effectiveness
36-4 10/1/1999   Daniel H. Ashmead, PhD Auditory perception of walls via spectral variations in the ambient sound field
36-3 7/1/1999   Osman Erogul, MSc, PhD Multiresolutional modification of speech signals for listeners with hearing impairment
35-4 10/1/1998   Marcia J. Scherer, PhD, MPH Characteristics associated with marginal hearing loss and subjective well-being among a sample of older adults
34-3 7/1/1997   Philip C. Doyle, PhD Dysarthric speech : A comparison of computerized speech recognition and listener intelligibility
33-4 10/1/1996   John H. Macrae, PhD Gain, frequency response, and maximum output requirements for hearing aids
33-4 10/1/1996   John H. Macrae, PhD An equivalent input noise level criterion for hearing aids
33-4 10/1/1996   Jerome D. Schein, PhD Paying the Piper
32-4 10/1/1995   Jerome D. Schein PhD Teaching Old Dogs
32-1 2/1/1995   Sherry K. Bowman, MC1Sc Waking effectiveness of visual alerting signals
31-3 8/1/1994   David L. Jaffe, MSE Evolution of mechanical fingerspelling hands for people who are deaf-blind
31-1 1/1/1994   Rosalie M. Uchanski Automatic speech recognition to aid the hearing impaired: Prospects for the automatic generation of cued speech
30-4 10/1/1993   Julia Z. Sarant, BSc, DipAud The effect of handedness in tactile speech perception
30-3 7/1/1993   Stephen A. Fausti, PhD High-frequency testing techniques and instrumentation for early detection of ototoxicity
30-3 7/1/1993   Richard H . Wilson, PhD Development and Use of Auditory Compact Discs in Auditory Evaluation
30-3 7/1/1993   David A. Fabry, PhD Do adaptive frequency response (AFR) hearing aids reduce `upward spread' of masking?
30-3 7/1/1993   Donald D. Dirks, PhD Preferred frequency response for two- and three-channel amplification systems
30-3 7/1/1993   Robyn M. Cox, PhD On the evaluation of a new generation of hearing aids
30-3 7/1/1993   Shlomo Silman, PhD Effects of prolonged lack of amplification on speech-recognition performance: Preliminary findings
30-3 7/1/1993   Harry Levitt, PhD GUEST EDITORIAL
30-1 1/1/1993   Norbert Dillier, PhD Digital signal processing (DSP) applications for multiband loudness correction digital hearing aids and cochlear implants
30-1 1/1/1993   Vernon D. Larson, PhD Measurements of acoustic impedance at the input to the occluded ear canal
30-1 1/1/1993   Blake S. Wilson, PhD Design and evaluation of a continuous interleaved sampling (CIS) processing strategy for multichannel cochlear implants
30-1 1/1/1993   Thomas Baer, PhD Spectral contrast enhancement of speech in noise for listeners with sensorineural hearing impairment: effects on intelligibility, quality, and response times
30-1 1/1/1993   Birger Kollmeier Real-time multiband dynamic compression and noise reduction for binaural hearing aids
30-1 1/1/1993   James M. Kates, PhD Toward a theory of optimal hearing aid processing
30-1 1/1/1993   Prof. Dr. Frans A. Bilsen Development and assessment of two fixed-array microphones for use with hearing aids
30-1 1/1/1993   Miles P. Posen, MS Intelligibility of frequency-lowered speech produced by a channel vocoder
30-1 1/1/1993   A. Maynard Engebretson, DSc Properties of an adaptive feedback equalization algorithm
30-1 1/1/1993   Carol A. Sammeth, PhD Achieving prescribed gain/frequency responses with advances in hearing aid technology
30-1 1/1/1993   Mark R. Weiss, MSEE Effects of noise and noise reduction processing on the operation of the Nucleus-22 cochlear implant processor
29-4 11/1/1992   Sanford G. Meek, PhD Comparison of signal-to-noise ratio of myoelectric filters for prosthesis control
29-3 9/1/1992   Kadry A. Abdelhamied, PhD A two-step segmentation method for automatic recognition of speech of persons who are deaf
29-2 5/1/1992   Michael A. Stone Spectral feature enhancement for people with sensorineural hearing impairment: Effects on speech intelligability and quality
29-1 1/1/1992   Stanley A. Gelfand, PhD Speech recognition performance on a modified nonsense syllable test
29-1 1/1/1992   Robert S.C. Cowan, PhD, DipAud Safety studies with the University of Melbourne multichannel electrotactile speech processor
28-3 9/1/1991   Charlotte M. Reed, PhD Development and testing of artificial low-frequency speech codes
28-2 5/1/1991   Janet M. Weisenberger, PhD Relative performance of single-channel and multichannel tactile aids for speech perception
27-4 11/1/1990   John Macrae, PhD Static pressure seal of earmolds
27-3 6/1/1990   Jeffrey L. Danhauer, PhD Audio-visual consonant recognition with the 3M/House cochlear ro!ant
27-3 6/1/1990   James M. Kates, EE A time-domain digital simulation of hearing aid response
27-3 6/1/1990   James M. Kates, EE A test suite for hearing aid evaluation
27-1 1/1/1990   Phillip V. McAlister, BE (Elec) The effects of hearing aids on speech discrimination in noise by normal-hearing listeners
26-4 11/1/1989   Rebecca E. Eilers, PhD The effects of vocoder filter configuration on tactual perception of speech
26-2 5/1/1989   Yutaka Shimizu, PhD Microprocessor-based hearing aid for the deaf
26-1 2/1/1989   Peter J . Blamey, PhD Speech perception using combinations of auditory, visual, and tactile information
25-4 11/1/1988   James B. Ferguson, MS Speech training aids for hearing-impaired individuals:
II. Configuration of the Johns Hopkins aids
25-4 11/1/1988   D. F. Leotta Preliminary results of speech-reception tests obtained with the
synthetic Tadoma system
25-4 11/1/1988   Mark A. Clements Tactile communication of speech : Comparison of two
computer-based displays
25-4 11/1/1988   Lynne E. Bernstein, PhD Speech training aids for hearing-impaired individuals:
1. Overview and aims
25-4 11/1/1988   James J. Mahshie, PhD Speech training aids for hearing-impaired individuals:
III. Preliminary observations in the clinic and childrens' homes
25-3 8/1/1988   Michael P. Lynch, MS Speech perception by congenitally deaf subjects using an
electrocutaneous vocoder
25-3 8/1/1988   Arthur Boothroyd, PhD Spatial, tactile presentation of voice fundamental frequency as a
supplement to lipreading: Results of extended training with a
single subject
25-2 5/1/1988   Rebecca E. Eilers, PhD Assessment techniques to evaluate tactual aids for
hearing-impaired subjects
24-4 11/1/1987   E. William Yund, Speech discrimination with an 8-channel compression
hearing aid and conventional aids in background of
speech-band noise*
24-4 11/1/1987   Brian G. J. Moore, PhD Design and evaluation of a two-channel compression
hearing aid
24-4 11/1/1987   Mark P. Haggard Two-state compression of spectral tilt : Individual
differences and psychoacoustical limitations to te
benefit from compression
24-4 11/1/1987   Sally G. Revoile, PhD Speech-cue enhancement for the hearing impaired:
Amplification of burstlmurmur cues for improved
perception of final stop voicing
24-4 11/1/1987   R. W. Guelke Consonant burst enhancement: A possible means to
improve intelligibility for the hard of hearing
24-4 11/1/1987   Allen A. Montgomery, PhD The effects of increasing consonant/vowel intensity ratio
on speech loudness
24-4 11/1/1987   Christopher W. Turner, PhD Auditory filtering and the discrimination of spectral
shapes by normal and hearing-impaired subjects
24-4 11/1/1987   Diane K. Bustamante Multiband compression limiting for hearing-impaired listeners
24-4 11/1/1987   James M. Kates The short-time articulation index
24-4 11/1/1987   Harry Levitt A cancellation technique for the amplitude and phase
calibration of hearing aids and nonconventional
24-4 11/1/1987   Harry Levittt Towards a general measure of distortion
24-4 11/1/1987   Stuart Rosen A microprocessor-based acoustic hearing aid for the
profoundly impaired listener
24-4 11/1/1987   Harry Levitt, PhD GUIDE TO THE ISSUE
24-4 11/1/1987   Arlene C. Neuman, PhD The effect of filtering on the intelligibility and quality of
speech in noise
24-4 11/1/1987   D. Graupe A single-microphone-based self-adaptive filter of noise
from speech and its performance evaluation
24-4 11/1/1987   D. Chazan Evaluation of adaptive multimicrophone algorithms for
hearing aids
24-4 11/1/1987   Patrick M. Peterson Multimicrophone adaptive beamforming for interference reduction in hearing aids*
24-4 11/1/1987   Mark Weiss Use of an adaptive noise canceler as an input preprocessor for a hearing aid*
24-4 11/1/1987   Teresa Schwander Effect of two-microphone noise reduction on
speech recognition by normal-hearing listeners*
24-4 11/1/1987   Robet H. Brey, PhD Improvement in speech intelligibility in noise employing
an adaptive filter with normal and hearing-impaired
24-4 11/1/1987   A. Maynard Engebretson, D.Sc. Development of an ear-level digital hearing aid and computer-assisted fitting procedure : An interim report*
24-4 11/1/1987   Harry Levitt Experiments with a programmable master hearing aid*
24-4 11/1/1987   Malcom J. Williamson, MA Speech distortion measures for hearing aids*
24-4 11/1/1987   Gerald A. Studebaker Spectrum shaping with a hardware digital filter
24-4 11/1/1987   Harry Levitt, PhD Digital hearing aids: A tutorial review*
24-4 11/1/1987   Edgar Villchur Multichannel compression processing for
profound deafness
24-3 8/1/1987   Laurie S. Eisenberg, MA Electrical stimulation of the auditory brain stem structure in deafened adults
24-2 5/1/1987   Janet M. Weisenbercer Development and preliminary evaluation of an earmold
sound-to-tactile aid for the hearing-impaired
23-3 9/1/1986   John Macrae, B.A. (Hons) Updated performance requirements for hearing aids
23-2 5/1/1986   Roger W. Cholewaik, PhD Tracking skill of a deaf person
with long-term tactile aid experience:
A case study
23-2 5/1/1986   Michael S. Hirshorn, MD Nucleus 22-channel cochlear implant:
Preliminary observations
23-2 5/1/1986   L. N. Robinette, PhD Digital instrument for measurement of aural acoustic immittance: A preliminary report
23-1 2/1/1986   Anna K. Nabelek, PhD Comparison of Amplification Systems in a Classroom
23-1 2/1/1986   M. W. White, PhD Compression systems for hearing aids and cochlear prostheses
23-1 2/1/1986   P. L. Brooks, PhD Continuing Evaluation of the Queen's University Tactile Vocoder. I . Identification of Open Set Words
23-1 2/1/1986   Harry Levitt, PhD Evaluation of a Cochlear Prosthesis Using Connected Discourse Tracking
23-1 2/1/1986   Richard G. Stoker, PhD Inductive coupling of hearing aids and telephone receivers
23-1 2/1/1986   S. G. Revoile, PhD Some Rehabilitative Considerations
for Future Speech-Processing
Hearing Aids
23-1 2/1/1986   J. M. Pickett Speech Communication for the Deaf: Visual, Tactile, and Cochlear-Implant
23-1 2/1/1986   Michel Picard PhD Speech perception through FM auditory trainers in noise and reverberation
23-1 2/1/1986   Nancy S. McGarr, PhD The Use of Visual and Tactile Sensory Aids in Speech Production Training: A Preliminary Report
23-1 2/1/1986   Harry Levitt, PhD A Digital Master Hearing Aid
23-1 2/1/1986   Tomasz Letowski, PhD Induction Loop Listening System Designed for a Classroom
23-1 2/1/1986   Ann E. Geers, PhD Vibrotactile Stimulation: Case Study with a Profoundly Deaf Child
23-1 2/1/1986   P. L. Brooks, PhD Continuing Evaluation of the Queen's University Tactile Vocoder II: Identification of Open Set Sentences and Tracking Narrative
23-1 2/1/1986   Steven De Gennaro, ScD Multichannel Syllabic Compression for Severely Impaired Listeners
23-1 2/1/1986   Arthur Boothroyd, PhD Lipreading withTactile Supplements
23-1 2/1/1986   Harvey Dillon, BE, PhD Performance Requirements for Hearing Aids
17-1 4/1/1980   Moshe Solomonow, PhD Electrotactile Stimulation Relevant to Sensory-Motor Rehabilitation: A Progress Report
16-2 10/1/1979   Barry Leshowitz, PhD The Infrared Light Transmission Hearing Aid
16-1 4/1/1979   John Lyman, PhD Muscle Alone is Not Enough - An Essay
14-1 4/1/1977   Nancy C. Darling A Preliminary Followup Study of Electronic Travel Aid Users