Augmentative and Alternative Communication: The Effects of Speech Output and Iconicity on Symbol Acquisition Diana Brown, Graduate Student; Dr. Kathleen Hutchison, CCC-A, Dr. Alice Kahn, CCC-SLP; Mrs. Susan Wolfe, CCC-SLP. Influence of Cardiovascular Health on Hearing Acuity:
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication:
The Effects of Speech Output and Iconicity on Symbol Acquisition
Diana Brown, Graduate Student; Dr. Kathleen Hutchison, CCC-A, Dr. Alice Kahn, CCC-SLP; Mrs. Susan Wolfe, CCC-SLP
Influence of Cardiovascular Health on Hearing Acuity:
Otoacoustic Emissions and Supression
Kathleen Hutchinson PhD; Helaine Alessio PhD; Rachael R. Baiduc; Cara J. Maldonado; Scott ; Jen Swafford
The results imply that cardiovascular health does indeed play an important role in maintaining the integrity of the structures of the hearing mechanism. All people should strive to stay fit to reap many physical health benefits, but this research also implies that maintaining a healthy lifestyle and staying in good cardiovascular shape will assist in avoiding presbycusis.
More research is needed in this area to examine other types of OAE’s (Distortion Product, etc.) and their relationship to VO2 max levels, if any. Future research should further examine the relationship between OAE’s and aging.
Furthermore, a larger sample size would be beneficial, especially one that includes more biologically and non-biologically related parent-child subjects.
Purpose of the Study