Patricia G. Stelmachowicz, Ph.D.

Boys Town National Research Hospital, Boys Town, NE, United States 
Hearing aids, Amplification, Pediatric audiology
"Patricia Stelmachowicz"

Patricia G. Stelmachowicz, Ph.D. is a research audiologist whose program of study has focused on the performance differences between children with normal hearing and those with hearing loss for a wide variety of measures.

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Lewis D, Kopun J, McCreery R, et al. (2016) Effect of Context and Hearing Loss on Time-Gated Word Recognition in Children. Ear and Hearing
Stelmachowicz PG. (2015) Hearing Aids in Children. American Journal of Audiology. 1: 22-4
Brennan M, McCreery R, Kopun J, et al. (2015) Masking release in children and adults with hearing loss when using amplification. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr
Brennan MA, McCreery R, Kopun J, et al. (2014) Paired comparisons of nonlinear frequency compression, extended bandwidth, and restricted bandwidth hearing aid processing for children and adults with hearing loss. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 25: 983-98
Alexander JM, Kopun JG, Stelmachowicz PG. (2014) Effects of frequency compression and frequency transposition on fricative and affricate perception in listeners with normal hearing and mild to moderate hearing loss. Ear and Hearing. 35: 519-32
McCreery RW, Alexander J, Brennan MA, et al. (2014) The influence of audibility on speech recognition with nonlinear frequency compression for children and adults with hearing loss. Ear and Hearing. 35: 440-7
Gustafson S, Mccreery R, Hoover B, et al. (2014) Listening effort and perceived clarity for normal-hearing children with the use of digital noise reduction Ear and Hearing. 35: 183-194
McCreery RW, Stelmachowicz PG. (2013) The effects of limited bandwidth and noise on verbal processing time and word recall in normal-hearing children. Ear and Hearing. 34: 585-91
McCreery RW, Brennan MA, Hoover B, et al. (2013) Maximizing audibility and speech recognition with nonlinear frequency compression by estimating audible bandwidth. Ear and Hearing. 34: e24-7
Wróblewski M, Lewis DE, Valente DL, et al. (2012) Effects of reverberation on speech recognition in stationary and modulated noise by school-aged children and young adults. Ear and Hearing. 33: 731-44
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