Ted Glattke, Ph.D.
|Speech Language and Hearing||University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ|
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|Garinis AC, Glattke T, Cone BK. (2011) The MOC reflex during active listening to speech. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 54: 1464-76|
|Garinis AC, Glattke T, Cone-Wesson BK. (2008) TEOAE suppression in adults with learning disabilities. International Journal of Audiology. 47: 607-14|
|Dille M, Glattke TJ, Earl BR. (2007) Comparison of transient evoked otoacoustic emissions and distortion product otoacoustic emissions when screening hearing in preschool children in a community setting. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 71: 1789-95|
|Fisher J, Plante E, Vance R, et al. (2007) Do children and adults with language impairment recognize prosodic cues? Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 50: 746-58|
|Palmer CV, Glattke T. (2007) Efficacy of mandatory continuing education Seminars in Hearing. 28: 46-54|
|Glattke TJ. (2007) Ethical and regulatory considerations Asha Leader. 12: 19-20+21|
|Sideris I, Glattke TJ. (2006) A comparison of two methods of hearing screening in the preschool population. Journal of Communication Disorders. 39: 391-401|
|Cevette MJ, Glattke TJ. (2003) Effects of medications on physiological measures of auditory function Seminars in Hearing. 24: 223-233|
|Velenovsky DS, Glattke TJ. (2002) The effect of noise bandwidth on the contralateral suppression of transient evoked otoacoustic emissions. Hearing Research. 164: 39-48|
|Norrix LW, Glattke TJ. (1996) Multichannel waveforms and topographic mapping of the auditory brainstem response under common stimulus and recording conditions. Journal of Communication Disorders. 29: 157-82|