Jeffrey Weihing

Frank E Musiek9
Frank Musiek4
Gail D Chermak3
Linda Guenette2
Megan Zappulla1
9Frank E Musiek
4Frank Musiek
3Gail D Chermak
2Linda Guenette
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Although the theoretical importance of perspective taking has long been recognized, surprisingly little work has documented the cognitions associated with attempts to imagine another's point of view. To explore this issue and to determine whether perspective taking increases the likelihood of self-related thoughts, two experiments were carried out. In the(More)
The present review characterizes dual sensory impairment (DSI) as co-existing auditory and visual deficits in TBI that can be peripherally or centrally based. Current research investigating DSI in the military population, along with applicable research which focuses on unimodal deficits, is considered. Due to the heterogenous nature of TBI lesions, an(More)
The present review summarizes historic and recent research which has investigated the role of the corpus callosum in dichotic processing within the context of audiology. Examination of performance by certain clinical groups, including split brain patients, multiple sclerosis cases, and other types of neurological lesions is included. Maturational, age(More)
BACKGROUND Although central auditory processing disorder (CAPD) test battery performance has been examined in adults with neurologic lesions of the central auditory nervous system (CANS), similar data on children being referred for CAPD evaluations are sparse. PURPOSE This study characterizes CAPD test battery performance in children using tests commonly(More)
Auditory training (AT) is an important component of rehabilitation for patients with central auditory processing disorder (CAPD). The present article identifies and describes aspects of AT as they relate to applications in this population. A description of the types of auditory processes along with information on relevant AT protocols that can be used to(More)
BACKGROUND Auditory-evoked potentials (EPs) provide a more objective assessment of central auditory nervous system (CANS) dysfunction when compared to behavioral measures because they do not require a behavioral response (Anderson and Kraus, 2010). In this regard, the middle latency response (MLR) has been considered an important component of CANS(More)
PURPOSE To provide a commentary on "Auditory Processing Disorder and Auditory/Language Interventions: An Evidence-Based Systematic Review" by Fey et al. (2011). METHOD Examination of the conclusions drawn by Fey et al. (2011) in the context of the American Academy of Audiology (2010a, 2010b) and American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (2005a, 2005b,(More)
PURPOSE The sensitivity, specificity, and efficiency of commonly used behavioral central auditory processing tests and test batteries were determined for 20 individuals with known lesions of the central auditory nervous system (CANS) and related auditory symptoms. RESEARCH DESIGN Twenty-nine individuals with no known neurological involvement served as the(More)
BACKGROUND Use of a competition stimuli (e.g., video) in clinical settings is a widespread practice, yet the effects of these stimuli on evoked potentials are not well understood. PURPOSE The present investigation acquired the click evoked auditory N1-P2 in quiet and in two types of competition: during presentation of an unrelated visual stimulus or(More)