Mary Pat Moeller, Ph.D.
|Center for Childhood Deafness||Boys Town National Research Hospital, Boys Town, NE, United States|
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|Tomblin JB, Oleson J, Ambrose SE, et al. (2020) Aided Hearing Moderates the Academic Outcomes of Children With Mild to Severe Hearing Loss. Ear and Hearing|
|Moeller MP, Thomas AE, Oleson J, et al. (2019) Validation of a Parent Report Tool for Monitoring Early Vocal Stages in Infants. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 1-13|
|Judge PD, Jorgensen E, Lopez-Vazquez M, et al. (2018) Medical Referral Patterns and Etiologies for Children With Mild-to-Severe Hearing Loss. Ear and Hearing|
|Tomblin JB, Oleson J, Ambrose SE, et al. (2018) Early Literacy Predictors and Second-Grade Outcomes in Children Who Are Hard of Hearing. Child Development|
|Page TA, Harrison M, Moeller MP, et al. (2018) Service Provision for Children Who Are Hard of Hearing at Preschool and Elementary School Ages. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools. 1-17|
|McCreery RW, Walker EA, Tomblin JB, et al. (2018) Mild hearing loss is a developmental risk: Response to Carew and colleagues. Child: Care, Health and Development. 44: 926-927|
|Walker EA, Ambrose SE, Oleson J, et al. (2017) False Belief Development in Children Who Are Hard of Hearing Compared With Peers With Normal Hearing. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 1-20|
|Ambrose SE, Thomas A, Moeller MP. (2016) Assessing Vocal Development in Infants and Toddlers Who Are Hard of Hearing: A Parent-Report Tool. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education|
|Moeller MP, Tomblin JB. (2015) Afterword: Lessons Learned About Multicenter Research Collaboration. Ear and Hearing. 36: 99S-101S|
|Moeller MP, Tomblin JB. (2015) Epilogue: Conclusions and Implications for Research and Practice. Ear and Hearing. 36: 92S-8S|