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Academic Title: Professor of Audiology
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Neuman AC, Wroblewski M Hajicek J, Rubinstein A. (2010). Combined effects of noise and reverberation on speech recognition performance of normal-hearing children and adults, Ear and Hearing, 31(3): 336-344.
Neuman, A., M. Wroblewski and A. Rubinstein. (2009). "Effects of Noise and Reverberation on Speech Recognition of Children With Cochlear Implants" poster. Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses. Lake Tahoe, Nevada.
Neuman, A., M. Wroblewski, A. Rubinstein and J. Hajicek. (2009). "Combined Effects of Noise and Reverberation on Sentence Reception of Normal Hearing Children and Adults" poster. American Academy of Audiology Convention. Dallas.
Cherry, R. & Rubinstein, A. (2006). Comparing Monotic and Diotic Selective Auditory Attention Abilities in Children. R., Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in the Schools, 37,137-42.
Cherry, R. & Rubinstein, A. (2005). Assessment of speech recognition ability in single cases. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 16:54-62.