Curriculum Vitae: 

Speech & Hearing Sciences
1417 NE 42nd Street

Lynne A.

Professor Emeritus
B.A., Northwestern University, 1973
M.A., Ph.D., Loyola University, 1977, 1980
Academic Expertise: 
human auditory development
Honors & Awards: 
Fellow, Acoustical Society of America
Recent Publications
Infants and Adults Use Visual Cues to Improve Detection and Discrimination of Speech in Noise. (2019 Oct 25) J Speech Lang Hear Res 62(10): 3860-3875 Lalonde K, Werner LA

Amplitude modulation detection and temporal modulation cutoff frequency in normal hearing infants. (2019 Jun) J Acoust Soc Am 145(6): 3667 Walker BA, Gerhards CM, Werner LA, Horn DL

Perception of incongruent audiovisual English consonants. (2019) PLoS One 14(3): e0213588 Lalonde K, Werner LA

Infants use onset asynchrony cues in auditory scene analysis. (2018 Oct) J Acoust Soc Am 144(4): 2052 Oster MM, Werner LA

Refining Stimulus Parameters in Assessing Infant Speech Perception Using Visual Reinforcement Infant Speech Discrimination in Infants with and without Hearing Loss: Presentation Level. (2018 Oct) J Am Acad Audiol 29(9): 847-854 Uhler KM, Gifford RH, Forster JE, Anderson M, Tierney E, Claycomb SD, Werner LA