Brian M Kreisman
- BS - Saint Louis University, communication disorders,1990
- MA– Covenant Theological Seminary, theological studies, 1993
- MS – Washington University in St. Louis, speech and hearing, 1999
- PhD – University of Florida, communication sciences and disorders, 2003
- Post-doctoral Fellowship – University of Florida, audiology, 2004
- Hearing Aids
- Speech Perception
- Hearing-related Quality of Life
Kreisman, B., Longenbach, K., Blasi, M., Fligor, B., & John, A. (2020). The effects of background noise and personal MP3 player volume on the audibility to bystanders. Journal of Educational, Pediatric & (Re)Habilitative Audiology, 24, 1-13.
Kreisman, B., John, A., Sheffer, E., & Marsh, M. (2018). Hearing assistive technology: Ratings of familiarity, perceived usefulenss, and expected cost by audiology patients. Journal of the Academy of Rehabilitative Audiology, 51, 1-11
Kreisman, B. (2017). Burnout in audiologists: Sources, susceptibility, and solutions. Audiology Today, 29(2), 34-46.
John, A., Vinay, Kreisman, B. (2017). Equivalence and test-retest reproducability of conventional and extended-high-frequency audiometric thresholds obtained using pure-tone and narrow-band-noise stimuli. International Journal of Audiology, 56(9), 635-642.
Kreisman, B., Smart, J., & John, A. (2014). Diagnostic audiology. In J. Katz, M. Chasin, K. English, L. Hood, & K. Tillery (Eds.), Handbook of clinical audiology (7th ed., pp. 119-133). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer.
Smaldino, J., Kreisman, B., John, A., & Bondurant, L. (2014). Room acoustics and auditory rehabilitation technology. In J. Katz, M. Chasin, K. English, L. Hood, & K. Tillery (Eds.), Handbook of clinical audiology (7th ed., pp. 675-702). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer.
Smaldino, J., Kreisman, B., & John, A. (2014). Assistive technologies for the hearing impaired. In M. Metz (Ed.), Sandlin’s textbook of hearing aid amplification (3rd ed., pp. 629-658). San Diego, CA: Plural.
Kreisman, B., Bevilacqua, E., Day, K., Kreisman, N., & Hall III, J.W. (2013). Preschool hearing screenings: A comparison of distortion product otoacoustic emission and pure tone protocols. Journal of Educational Audiology, 19, 82-91.
John, A., Hall III, J.W., & Kreisman, B. (2012). Effects of age and hearing loss on Gaps-in-Noise test performance. American Journal of Audiology, 21, 242-250.
John, A., 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.
Kreisman, N., John, A., Kreisman, B., Hall III, J.W., & Crandell, C. (2012). Psychosocial status of children with auditory processing disorder. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 23(3), 222-233.
John, A., Kreisman, B., & Smaldino, J. (2012). An overview of current CADS technologies. In J. Smaldino & C. Flexer (Eds.), Handbook of acoustic accessibility: Best practices for listening, learning and literacy in the classroom. New York, NY: Thieme.
John, A., & Kreisman, B. (2012). Classroom audio distribution systems: Literature review 2003-2011. In J. Smaldino & C. Flexer (Eds.), Handbook of acoustic accessibility: Best practices for listening, learning and literacy in the classroom. New York, NY: Thieme.
Nielsen, K., Kreisman, B., Pallett, S., & Kreisman, N. (2011). Effects of earmuffs on screening distortion product otoacoustic emissions in noise. Journal of Educational Audiology, 17, 53-61.
Kreisman, B., & John, A. (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, 27(7), 426-440.
Kreisman B., Mazevski A., Schum D., & Sockalingam, R. (2010). Improvements in speech understanding with wireless binaural broadband digital hearing instruments in adults with sensorineural hearing loss. Trends in Amplification, 14(1), 3-11.
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