Publications

(*Denotes student advisee)

Roup, CM, Custer, A., & Powell. J. (2021). The relationship between self-perceived hearing ability and binaural speech-in-noise performance in adults with normal pure-tone hearing. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Group, SIG 6, 1-12.

Folmer, RL, Saunders, G, Vachhani, JJ, Margolis, RH, Saly, G, Yueh, B, McArdle, RA, Feth, LL, Roup, CM, McMillan, GP, & Feeney, MP. (2021, online ahead of print). Hearing health care utilization following automated hearing screening. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology.

Glyde, H, Dillon, H, Young, T, Seeto, M, & Roup, CM. (2021). Determining unilateral or bilateral hearing aid preference in adults: a prospective study. International Journal of Audiology, 60(5):341-349.

Roup, CM, Green, DE, & DeBacker, JR. (2020). Effect of speech-in-noise testing and dichotic listening on self-reported state anxiety in young, middle-aged, and older adults. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 63:2789-2800.

Roup, CM, *Ross, C, & Whitelaw, GM. (2020). Hearing difficulties as a result of traumatic brain injury: a case study. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 31(2):137-146.

Moberly, AC, Vasil, K, Wucinich, TL, Safdar, N, Boyce, L, Roup, CM, Holt, R, Adunka, OF, Castellanos, I, Houston, DM, & Pisoni, DB. (2018). How does aging affect recognition of spectrally degraded speech? Laryngoscope, 128(Suppl 5):1-16.

Roup, CM, Post, E., & Lewis, J. (2018). Mild-gain hearing aids as a treatment for adults with self-reported hearing difficulties.  Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 29:477-494. [PDF]

Roup, CM. (2016). The impact of minimal to mild sensorineural hearing loss in adults.  Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, SIG 6, 1(Part 2), 55-64. [PDF]

Findlen, UM, & Roup, CM. (2016). The Effect of Lexical Content on Dichotic Speech Recognition in Older Adults. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 27(1), 13-28. [PDF]

Roup, CM, & Leigh, E.D. (2015). Individual differences in behavioral and electrophysiologic measures of binaural processing across the adult lifespan. American Journal of Audiology, 24, 204-215. [PDF]

Roup, CM, Poling, GL, *Harhager, K, Krishnamurthy, A, & Feth, LL. (2011). Evaluation of a telephone speech enhancement algorithm among older adults with hearing loss. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 54, 1477-1483. [PDF]

Leigh-Paffenroth, ED, Roup, CM, & Noe, CM. (2011). Binaural processing in listeners with sensorineural hearing loss. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 22, 181-193. [PDF]

*Findlen, UM, & Roup, CM. (2011). Dichotic speech recognition using CVC word and nonsense CVC syllable stimuli. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 22, 13-22. [PDF]       

Patra, H, Roup, CM, & Feth, LL. (2011). Masking of low-frequency signals by high-frequency, high-level narrow bands of noise. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 129(2), 876-887. [PDF]

Roup, CM. (2011). Dichotic word recognition in noise and the right-ear advantage. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 54, 292-297. [PDF]

Roup, CM, & Chiasson, KE. (2010). Effect of dichotic listening on self-reported state anxiety. International Journal of Audiology, 49, 88-94. [PDF]

Roup, CM, & Noe, CM. (2009). Hearing aid outcomes for listeners with high-frequency hearing loss. American Journal of Audiology, 18, 45-52. [PDF]

Stecker, GC, Bowman, GA, Yund, EW, Herron, TJ, Roup, CM, & Woods, DL. (2006). Perceptual training improves syllable identification in new and experienced hearing-aid users. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 43(4), 537- 552. [PDF]

Yund, EW, Roup, CM, Simon, HJ, & Bowman, GA. (2006). Acclimatization in wide dynamic range multichannel compression and linear amplification hearing aids. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 43(4), 517-535. [PDF]

Roup, CM, Wiley, TL, & Wilson, RH. (2006). Dichotic word recognition in young and older adults. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 17(4), 230-40. [PDF]

Roup, CM, Wiley, TL, Safady, SH, & Stoppenbach, DT. (1998). Tympanometric screening norms in adults. American Journal of Audiology, 7(2), 55-60. [PDF]

Beattie, RC, Barr, TL, & Roup, CM. (1997). Normal and hearing-impaired word recognition scores for monosyllabic words in quiet and noise. British Journal of Audiology, 31(3), 153-164. [PDF]