Carole E. Johnson, PhD, AuD, CCC-A, F-AAA

Carole Johnson

Professor

Email: Carole Johnson

(405) 271-4214 Ext. 51968 


Member, Alpha Eta Honor Society

AuD, Audiology, Salus University (Pennsylvania College of Optometry, School of Audiology); Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, 2006
                                               
PhD, Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1989

MA, Audiology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1986    
                                                                               
BA, Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara CA, 1982              

BA, Psychology, University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara CA, 1982   

Professional Programs:
CSD 4490 Special Studies in Communication Sciences and Disorders
CSD 5540 Seminar in Communication Science
CSD 5990 Special Studies Empowering Patients through Interprofessional Collaboration
CSD 8352 Counseling in Audiology
CSD 8490 Special Studies in Ototoxicity
CSD 9133 Pediatric Habilitation
CSD 9273 Adult Aural Rehabilitation

 


 Books

Johnson, C.E. (2012). Introduction to auditory rehabilitation: A contemporary issues approach.  Boston, MA: Pearson, Allyn & Bacon. 

Haynes, W.O., & Johnson, C.E. (2009). Understanding research and evidence-based practice in communication disorders:  a primer for students and practitioners.  Boston, MA: Pearson, Allyn & Bacon.   

Johnson, C.E., & Danhauer, J.L. (2002). Handbook for outcomes measurement in audiology.  San Diego, CA: Singular-Thomson Learning.

Johnson, C.E., & Danhauer, J.L. (1999). Guidebook for support programs in aural rehabilitation.  San Diego, CA: Singular Publishing Group.


Articles/ Book Chapters

*In press means accepted for publication.

Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., & Rice, E.N. (2013). Survey of audiologists and cerumen management. American Journal of Audiology, 22, 2-13.

Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., Page, A.S., Freeman, B.A., Borton, T.E., Borton, B.E., & Northern, J.L. (2013). Au.D. degree holders in tenure-track positions: Survey of program chairpersons and Au.D. degree holders. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 24, 425-446.

Danhauer, J.L., & Johnson, C.E. (2012). Evidence-based practice in audiology: Examples from prevention and treatment.  To appear in R. Goldfarb (ed.) Translational speech-language pathology and audiology: Essays in honor of Dr. Sadanand Singh. San Diego, CA; Plural Publishing.

Danhauer, J.L., Johnson, C.E., Dunne, A.F., Young, M.D., Rotan, S.N., Snelson, T.A., Stockwell, J.S., & McClain, M.J. (2011). Survey of high school students’ perceptions about their iPod use, knowledge of hearing health, and need for education.  Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 43, 14-35.

Danhauer, J.L., Johnson, C.E., Newman, C.W., Williams, V.A., & Van Vliet, D. (2011). An open letter to Dennis: We can do more to educate our patients about falls risk.  Audiology Today, 23(6), 59-69. 

Danhauer, J.L., Kelly, A., & Johnson, C.E. (2011). Is mother-child transmission a possible vehicle for xylitol prophylaxis in acute otitis media? International Journal of Audiology, 50, 661-672.

Danhauer, J.L., Johnson, C.E., & Caudle, A.T. (2011). Survey of K-3 teachers’ knowledge of ear infections and willingness to participate in prevention program.  Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 42, 207-222.

Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., Newman, C.W., & Williams, V. (2011). Problems with baby’s hearing?  An intervention checklist. Journal of Family Practice, 60(2), E1-7. 

Danhauer, J.L., Johnson, C.E., Corbin, N., & Bruccheri, K. (2010). Xylitol as a prophylaxis for acute otitis media: A systematic review.  International Journal of Audiology, 49, 754-761.

Stockwell, J.S., Johnson, C.E.., & Danhauer, J.L. (2010). Additional data from physicians having previous experience with xylitol as a prophylaxis for acute otitis media in children.  Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 21, 558.

Danhauer, J.L., Johnson, C.E., Rotan, S., Snelson, T, & Stockwell, J. (2010). National survey of pediatricians’ opinions about and practices for acute otitis media and xylitol use.  Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 21, 329-346.

Danhauer, J.L., Johnson, C.E., & Mixon, M. (2010). Does the evidence support a recommendation for the use of the baha implant system (baha) in patients with congenital unilateral aural atresia?  Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 21, 274-286.

Johnson, C.E., & Danhauer, J.L. (2009). Clarification about the use of nonsense tests to assess Auriemmo et al (2009).  Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 20, 652-655.

Mathews, M.R., Johnson, C.E., & Danhauer, J.L. (2009). Pediatricians’ knowledge of, experience with, and comfort levels for cochlear implants and children.  American Journal of Audiology, 18, 129-143.

Williams, V., Johnson, C.E., & Danhauer, J.L. (2009). Hearing aid outcomes: effects of gender and experience on patients' use and satisfaction.  Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 20, 422-432.

Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., Newman, C.W., & Williams, V. (2009). Eye on the elderly.  Screening for hearing loss, risk for falls: a hassle-free approach.  Journal of Family Practice, 58, 471-477.

Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., Bennett, M., & Harrison, J. (2009). Systematic review of physicians’ knowledge of, participation in. and attitudes toward hearing and balance screening in the elderly.  Seminars in Hearing, 30, 193-206.

Danhauer, J.L., David, K.B., Johnson, C.E., & Meyer, D.H. (2009). Survey of pediatricians and early hearing detection and intervention programs at a precise local level.  Seminars in Hearing, 30, 165-183.

Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., Granali, A., Ross, M., Harrison, J., & Cresawn, C.S. (2009). Systematic review of physicians’ knowledge of, participation in, and attitudes toward newborn hearing screening programs.  Seminars in Hearing, 30, 149-164.

Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., & Harrison, J. (2009). Physician outreach: overview.  Seminars in Hearing, 30, 139-148.

Danhauer, J.L., Johnson, C.E., Byrd, A., DeGood, L., Pecile, A., & Koch, L.L. (2009). Survey of college students on iPod use and hearing health.  Journal of the           American Academy of Audiology, 20, 5-27.

Johnson, C.E. & Danhauer, J.L. (2009).  Quality of life and hearing aids. In V.R. Preedy and R.R. Watson (eds.), Handbook of Disease Burdens and Quality of Life         Measures. New York, NY: Springer-Verlag.

Danhauer, J.L., Pecile, A., Johnson, C.E., Mixon, M., & Sharp, S. (2008).  Parents' compliance with and impressions of a maturing community-based early hearing detection and intervention program: an update.  Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 19, 612-629.

Danhauer, J.L., Celani, C., & Johnson, C.E. (2008). Use of a hearing and balance screening survey with local primary care physicians.  American Journal of Audiology, 17, 3-13.

Johnson, C.E. (2008).  Marketing for university programs. In G. Kasewurm (Ed.) The BEST Marketing Book (pp. 89-97).  Reston, VA: The American Academy of Audiology.

Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., Koch, L.L., Celani, K.E., Lopez, I.P., & Williams, V.A. (2008). Hearing and balance screening and referrals for Medicare patients: a national survey of primary care physicians.  Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 19, 171-190.

Williams, V.A., Danhauer, J.L., & Johnson, C.E. (2008). Study explores benefits of a battery club to a private practice and its patients.  The Hearing Journal, 61(8), 24, 26, 28. 

Chisolm, T., Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., Portz, L.J., Abrams, H.B., Lesner, S.A., McCarthy, P.M., & Newman, C.W. (2007).  A systematic review of health-related quality of life and hearing aids: Final report of the American Academy of Audiology Task Force on the Health-Related quality of Life Benefits of
Amplification in Adults.  Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 18, 151-183.

Johnson, C.E. (2007). Considering continuing education. Seminars in Hearing, 28, 1-2

Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., Reith, A.C., & Latiolais, L.N. (2007). A survey of audiologists and continuing education.  Seminars in Hearing, 28, 3-16.

Hanks, W., Palmer, C., & Johnson, C.E. (2007). Audiologists’ guide to continuing                 education.  Seminars in Hearing, 28, 36-48. 

Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., Hanks, W., Meyer, D., Garner, G.D., Palmer, C.V., & Wilson, M.W. (2007).  Future directions in continuing education in Audiology.  Seminars in Hearing, 28, 72-85.

Johnson, C.E., & Danhauer, J.L. (2006). Evidence-based practice in Audiology: A tutorial.  Audiology Today, 18(6), 20-24.                                 

Johnson, C.E., & Danhauer, J.L. (2006). Health-related quality of life benefits of amplification in adults. Audiology Today, 8(5), 28-31.    

Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., Reith, A.C., & Latiolais, L.N. (2006). A systematic review of the non-acoustic benefits of bone-anchored hearing aids. Ear and Hearing. 27, 703-713.

Danhauer, J.L., Johnson, C.E., Finnegan, D., Lamb, M., Lopez. I.P., Meuel, K., Pecile, A., Williams, V., Gavin, R.B., Karns, S., & Latiolais, L. (2006). A national survey of pediatric otolaryngologists and early hearing detection and intervention programs.  Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 17, 708-721.

Danhauer, J.L., Johnson, C.E., Finnegan, D., Hansen, K., Lamb, M., Lopez, I.P., Meuel, C., Pecile, A., Resnick, S., & Williams, V. (2006). A case study of an emerging community-based early hearing detection and intervention program Part II:  Team building with otolaryngologists and pediatricians using a survey approach.  American Journal of Audiology, 15, 33-45.

Danhauer, J.L., & Johnson, C.E. (2006). A case study of an emerging community-based early hearing detection and intervention program Part I: Parents’ compliance.  American Journal of Audiology, 15, 25-32.

Danhauer, J.L., & Johnson, C.E. (2006). Parents’ perceptions of an emerging community-based newborn hearing screening program: A case study.  Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 17 202-220.

Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., Gavin, R.B., Karns, S.R., Reith, A., & Lopez, I.P. (2005).  The “Hearing aid effect” 2005: A rigorous test of the noticeability of new hearing aid styles.  American Journal of Audiology, 14, 169-175.

Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., & Karns, S.R. (2005). New adventures on the information super highway: Audiologists’ uses of the ComDisDome.  Audiology Today, 17(2), 25-28.

Johnson, C.E., & Danhauer, J.L. (2002). Aural rehabilitation and managed care: Part 2: Proving your worth through outcome measures.  ADVANCE for Audiologists, 4(2), 34-39. 

Johnson, C.E., & Danhauer, J.L. (2002).  Aural rehabilitation and managed care: Part 1: Service provision to the elderly in LTC.  ADVANCE for Audiologists, 4(1), 41-45.

Johnson, C.E., & Danhauer, J.L. (2002). A transdisciplinary holistic approach to hearing health care.
Geriatric Times, 3(5). 10-11.

Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., & Krishnamurti, S. (2000). A holistic model for matching high-technology hearing aids to elderly hearing aid wearers.  American Journal of Audiology: A Journal of Clinical Practice, 9, 112-123.*

*Voted as “Great for the Clinician,” in Audiologic Rehabilitation in the Hearing Journal’s, “The Best of Audiology Literature: 6th Annual Audiology Review” edited by Nancy Tye-Murray, Ph.D.     

Johnson, C.E., & Danhauer, J.L. (2000). Aural rehabilitation support programs for adults.  Seminars in Hearing. 21, 213-225. 

Johnson, C.E. (2000). Children’s phoneme identification in reverberation and noise. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 43, 144-157.*

*Voted as an “All Around Favorite,” in Hearing Science in the Hearing Journal’s, “The Best of Audiology Literature: 6th Annual Audiology Review” edited by Linda J. Hood, Ph.D.

Johnson, C.E. (1999). Dimensions of multiskilling: Considerations for educational audiology.  Language, Speech and Hearing Services in the Schools, 30, 4-10.

Johnson, C.E. (1999). Review of: Children with Hearing Impairment: Contemporary Trends by F. Bess.  Ear and Hearing, 20, 521-522

Johnson, C.E., Clark-Lewis, S., Griffin, D. (1998). Experiences, attitudes, and competencies of audiologic support personnel in a rehabilitation hospital.  American Journal of Audiology: A Journal of Clinical Practice, 7(2), 26-31.*

*Voted as “Great for the Clinician,” in Audiologic Rehabilitation in the Hearing Journal’s, “The Best of Audiology Literature: 4th Annual Audiology Review” edited by Craig W. Newman, Ph.D.

Johnson, C.E. & Danhauer, J.L. (1997).  CIC hearing aids: Cosmetic issues.  In Marshall Chasin's (Ed.) CIC Handbook.  San Diego, CA: Singular Publishing Group. 

Johnson, C.E. & Danhauer, J.L. (1997). The “hearing aid effect” revisited: Can we achieve hearing solutions for cosmetically sensitive patients? Hearing Review Monograph on High Performance Hearing Solutions 1, 37-44.

Johnson, C.E., Stein, R.L., Broadway, A., and & Markwalter, T.C. (1997). 'Minimal' high frequency hearing loss and school-age children: Speech recognition in a classroom. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 28, 77-85

Johnson, C.E. (1997). Enhancing the conversational skills of children with hearing impairment. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 28, 137-145.

Griffin, D.J., Clark-Lewis, S., & Johnson, C.E. (1997). Rehabilitating patients with hearing impairments.  Outcomes: A Publication of HealthSouth Corporation, 2(4), 20-21.

Johnson, C.E., Stein, R.L., Gorman, S., & Tracy, L. (1997). Noise and hearing conservation: Students’ habits, knowledge, and attitudes.  HEARSAY: The Journal of the Ohio Speech and Hearing Association, 11(2), 29-34.

Johnson, C.E., Stein, R.L., Lyons, R., & Lass, N.J. (1995).  What are nurses' views on hearing care? A survey. The Hearing Journal, 48 (2), 29-31.

Johnson, C.E., Stein, R.L., & Lass, N.J. (1992). Public school nurses' preparedness for a hearing aid monitoring program.  Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 23, 141-144.

Danhauer, J.L. & Johnson, C.E. (1991). Perceptual features for normal listeners' phoneme recognition in a reverberant lecture hall. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 2, 94-98.

Black, J.W., Johnson, C.E., & Mills, J. (1991). Audiologic/ results/ recommendations for a cleft palate and/or VPI population. Proceedings Journal of the Oklahoma Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 96-97.

Johnson, C.E., & Stein, R.L. (1990). Establishing a hearing aid monitoring program in the public schools.  Proceedings Journal of the Oklahoma Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 82-86.   

Danhauer, J.L., Abdala, C., Johnson, C.E., & Asp, C. (1986). Feature analysis of normal hearing and hearing-impaired children's performance on the NST. Ear and Hearing, 7, 318-322.

Danhauer, J.L., Johnson, C.E., & Asp, C. (1986- Journal year, says 1984). Hearing-impaired children's performance on the Edgerton-Danhauer NST. The Journal of Auditory Research, 24, 231-238.

Danhauer, J.L., Johnson, C.E., Kasten, R.N., & Brimacombe, J.A. (1985). The 'hearing aid effect': Summary conclusions and recommendations. The Hearing Journal, 38(3), 12-14.

Mulac, A., Danhauer, J.L., & Johnson, C.E. (1983). Young adults' and peers' attitudes toward geriatric hearing aid wearers. The Australian Journal of Audiology, 4, 57-62.

Johnson, C.E., & Danhauer, J.L. (1982). Attitudes toward severely hearing-impaired geriatrics with and without hearing aids. The Australian Journal of Audiology, 3, 41-45.

Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., & Edwards, R.G. (1982). The 'hearing aid effect': Fact or fiction? Hearing Instruments, 22(10), 22, 24, and 56.

 

Small Grant Program (R03) of the National Institutes of Deafness and other Communication Disorders of the National Institutes of Health (NIDCD-NIH), $68,000
Department of Communication Disorders, Auburn University
Role: Principal Investigator
Title: "Children's Speech Recognition in Reverberation and Noise".
Grant Period: September 1, 1994 to August 31, 1997
Resulting Publication:
Johnson, C.E. (2000).  Children’s phoneme identification in reverberation and noise.
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 43, 144-157.

National Organization for Hearing Research, $10,000
Department of Communication Disorders, Auburn University
Role: Principal Investigator
Title: "School-age Children with Central Auditory Processing Disorders: Speech Recognition in Reverberation and Noise".
Grant Period: December 31, 1993 to March 31, 1995

American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation New Investigator Grant, $4,000
Department of Communication Disorders, Auburn University
Role: Principal Investigator
Title: "'Minimal' High Frequency Hearing Loss and School-age Children: Speech Recognition in Reverberation and Noise".
Grant Period: December 1, 1992 to December 31, 1993
Resulting Publication:
Johnson, C.E. (1997). 'Minimal' high frequency hearing loss and school-age children:
Speech recognition in a classroom. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in
Schools, 28, 77-85.

Auditory Rehabilitation

Children’s Speech Recognition in Reverberation and Noise (Minimal Hearing Loss)

Evidence-based Practice

Newborn Hearing Screening Programs

Outcome Measures

Professional Issues

Quality of Life Issues

 

 

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Chair

College of Allied Health
Board of Advocates
Clinical Executive Committee
Board of Advocates
Deans Advisory Council
Honors and Awards Committee
Promotion and Tenure Committee

University-Wide
Empowering Patients through Interprofessional Collaboration Faculty - EPIC Project

Professional
American Academy of Audiology, Planning Committee for the Global Summit at Hearing Across the Lifespan, Cernobbio, Italy 2016

Special Interest Division 7: Aural Rehabilitation and Its Instrumentation, Assistant Editor for Perspectives, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association