Andrew John, PhD

Andrew John

Associate Professor and Interim Chair

E-mail: Andrew John

(405) 271-4214 Ext. 46065 

Curriculum Vitae

OUHSC Profiles

Ph.D., Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2007

B.A., Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2002

Professional Program:
CSD 5133 Research Foundations in CSD (MA)
CSD 8153 Instrumentation and Electroacoustics
CSD 8173 Advanced Anatomy and Physiology of Hearing
CSD 8273 Pathologies of the Auditory System
CSD 8460 Directed Readings in Audiology
CSD 9333 Research Foundations in CSD (AuD)

 

Doctoral Program:
CSD 5540 Doctoral Seminar in CSD
CSD 6563 Advanced Research Methods in CSD


Undergraduate Program:
AHS 4571 Introduction to Research
CSD 3333 Phonetics

 

 Journal Articles


John AB, Vinay, Kreisman B (in press).  Equivalence and test-retest reliability of conventional and extended-high-frequency audiometric thresholds obtained using pure-tone and narrow-band-noise stimuli.  International Journal of Audiology.

Wolfe J, Duke M, Schafer E, Rehmann J, Jha S, Allegro Baumann S, John AB, Jones C (in press). Preliminary evaluation of a novel non-linear frequency compression scheme for use in children.  International Journal of Audiology.

Myers J, John AB, Kimball S, Fruits T (2016). Prevalence of tinnitus and noise-induced hearing loss in dentists.  Noise and Health, 18(85), 347-354.

Gaeta L, John AB (2016). Work out your body, not your ears!  Audiology Today, 28(6), 18-27.

Wolfe J, Duke M, Schafer E, Jones C, Mülder H, John AB, Hudson M. (2015). Evaluation of performance with an adaptive, digital remote microphone system and a digital remote microphone audio streaming accessory system. American Journal of Audiology doi:10.1044/2015_AJA-15-0018 (impact factor: 0.87)

Gaeta L, John AB* (2015). Considerations in speech recognition testing for Spanish-speaking patients, part 1: adults and older children. Journal of Educational, Pediatric, and (Re)Habilitative Audiology, 21 (impact factor: unknown)

Gaeta L, John AB* (2015). Considerations in speech recognition testing for Spanish-speaking patients, part 2: young children. Journal of Educational, Pediatric, and (Re)Habilitative Audiology, 21 (impact factor: unknown)

Wolfe J, John AB, Schafer E, Hudson M, Boretzki M, Scollie S, Woods W, Wheeler J, Hudgens K, Neumann S (2015). Evaluation of wideband frequency responses and non-linear frequency compression for children with mild to moderate high-frequency hearing loss. International Journal of Audiology, 54(1), 170-181. (impact factor: 1.63).

Wolfe J, Schafer E, Mills E, John AB, Hudson M, Anderson S (2015). Evaluation of the benefits of binaural hearing on the telephone for children with hearing loss. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 26(1), 93-100. (impact factor: 1.63).

John AB, Wolfe J, Scollie S, Schafer E, Hudson M, Woods W, Wheeler J, Hudgens K, Neumann S (2014). Evaluation of wideband frequency responses and non-linear frequency compression for children with cookie-bite audiometric configurations. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 25(10), 1022-1033. (impact factor: 1.63).

Wolfe J, Mills E, Schafer E, John AB, Hudson M (2014). Binaural hearing on the telephone for pre-school children with hearing loss. Hearing Review, 21(6), 14-16.

Wolfe J, Morais M, Neumann S, Schafer E, Mülder HE, Wells N, John AB, Hudson M (2013). Evaluation of speech recognition with personal FM and classroom audio distribution systems. Journal of Educational Audiology, 19, 65-79.

Wolfe J, Morais M, Schafer E, Mills E, Mülder HE, Goldbeck F, Marquis F, John AB, Hudson M, Peters BR, Lianos L (2013). Evaluation of speech recognition of cochlear implant recipients using a personal digital adaptive radio frequency system. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 24, 714-724 (impact factor: 1.63).

John AB, Wolfe J, Schafer E, Boretzki M, Hudson M, Fox K, Wheeler J, Wallace J (2013). In asymmetric high-frequency hearing loss, NLFC helps. Hearing Journal, 66(9), 26-29.

Wolfe J, Morais M, Schafer E, Mills E, Peters R, Lianos L, John AB, Hudson M (2013). Better speech recognition with digital RF system in study of cochlear implants. Hearing Journal, 66(7), 24-26.

Kimball SK, Urban B, John AB (2013). Factors affecting patient retention and quality of care. Audiology Practices, 4(1), 1-3.

Wolfe J, Schafer EC, Parkinson A, John AB, Hudson M, Wheeler J, Mucci A (2013). Effects of input processing and type of personal FM system on speech recognition performance of adults with cochlear implants. Ear and Hearing, 34(1), 52-62 (impact factor: 3.26).

John AB, Hall JW III, Kreisman, B (2012). Effects of advancing age and hearing loss on Gaps-in-Noise test performance. American Journal of Audiology, 21, 242-250 (impact factor: 0.87).

Kreisman N, John AB, Kreisman B, Hall JW III, Crandell C (2012). Psychosocial status of children with auditory processing disorder. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 23(3), 222-233 (impact factor: 1.63).

John AB, Kreisman B, Pallett S (2012). Validity of hearing impairment calculation methods for prediction of self-reported hearing handicap. Noise and Health, 14(56), 13-20 (impact factor: 1.65).

Wolfe J, John AB, Schafer E, Nyffeler M, Boretzki M, Caraway T, Hudson M (2011). Long-term effects of non-linear frequency compression for children with moderate hearing loss. International Journal of Audiology, 50(6), 396-404 (impact factor: 1.63).

Wolfe J, Schafer EC, John AB, Hudson M (2011). The effect of front-end processing on cochlear implant performance of children. Otology & Neurotology, 32(4), 533-538 (impact factor: 2.01).

Wolfe J, Hudson M, John AB, Schafer EC (2011). Evaluation of noise reduction technologies in a contemporary cochlear implant system. Hearing Journal, 64(5), 36-43.

Schafer EC, Richburg CM, John AB, Anderson KL, Naeve-Velguth S, Updike CDL (2010). Journal of Educational Audiology: ten years in review. Journal of Educational Audiology, 16, 4-19.

Wolfe J, John AB, Schafer E, Nyffeler M, Boretzki M, Caraway T (2010). Evaluation of non-linear frequency compression for school-age children with moderate to moderately-severe hearing loss. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 21(10), 618-628 (impact factor: 1.63).

Kreisman B, John AB (2010). A case law review of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act for children with hearing loss or auditory processing disorders. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 21(7), 426-440 (impact factor: 1.63).

Wolfe J, Caraway T, John AB, Schafer E, Nyffeler M (2009). Study suggests that non-linear frequency compression helps children with moderate loss. Hearing Journal, 62(9), 32-37.

Johnston KN, John AB, Kreisman NV, Hall JW III, Crandell C (2009). Multiple benefits of personal FM system use by children with auditory processing disorder. International Journal of Audiology, 48(6), 371-383 (impact factor: 1.63). 

Proceedings


 

Hall JW III, Johnston KN, John AB, Crandell CC (2010). Children with auditory processing disorder benefit from Phonak Edulink use. Proceedings of the 2010 Phonak International ACCESS conference, 47-53.

Book Chapters


 

Kreisman B, Smart J, John AB (2014). Diagnostic audiology. In Katz J, Chasin M, Hood LJ, Tillery KL (eds.) Handbook of Clinical Audiology, 7th Edition (pp 119-134). Philadelphia: Wolters Klouwer Health.

Smaldino J, Kreisman B, John AB, Bondurant L (2014). Room acoustics and rehabilitation technology. In Katz J, Chasin M, Hood LJ, Tillery KL (eds.) Handbook of Clinical Audiology, 7th Edition (pp 675-702). Philadelphia: Wolters Klouwer Health.

Smaldino J, Kreisman B, John AB (2014). Assistive technologies for the hearing impaired. In Metz, M (ed.) Sandlin’s Textbook of Hearing Aid Amplification, 3rd Edition (pp 629-658). San Diego: Plural Publishing.

John AB, Kreisman B (2012). Review of classroom audio distribution system literature. In Smaldino J, Flexer C (eds.) Handbook of Acoustic Accessibility: Best Practices for Listening, Learning, and Literacy in the Classroom (pp 55-71). New York: Thieme.

John AB, Kreisman B, Smaldino J (2012). An overview of current CADS technologies. In Smaldino J, Flexer C (eds.) Handbook of Acoustic Accessibility: Best Practices for Listening, Learning, and Literacy in the Classroom (pp 72-88). New York: Thieme.

Smaldino J, Crandell C, Kreisman B, John AB, Kreisman N (2009). Room acoustics and rehabilitation technology. In Katz J, Medwetsky L, Burkard R, Hood L (eds.) Handbook of Clinical Audiology, 6th Edition (pp 745-775). Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Smaldino J, Crandell C, Kreisman B, John AB, Kreisman N (2007). Room acoustics for listeners with normal hearing and hearing impairment. In Valente M, Hosford-Dunn H, Roeser R (eds.) Audiology Treatment (pp 418-451). New York: Thieme.

 

Wolfe J & John AB. Collaborative research agreement in partnership with Phonak AG. Multi-study agreement between Phonak AG, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, and Hearts for Hearing Foundation to evaluate Phonak diagnostic and amplification technology. $300,000. Funded by Phonak AG, 2011-2014. Role: co-PI

Wolfe, J., John, A.B., Kasulis, H., & Ballard, J.  Frequency compression for children with mild to moderate hearing loss.  Funded by Phonak AG., 2009-2010.  Role:  co-PI

John, A.B.  A role for working memory in speech perception of older adults.  $7,500.  Funded by OUHSC College of Allied Health Research Seed Grant, 2008-2009.  Role:  PI 

Aural rehabilitation for children and adults

Classroom acoustics

FM and other assistive technology

Medicolegal evaluation of hearing loss

Speech perception