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Research via MSC and MA

  • 1999, Wylie. S.pdf
    An examination of the pastoral systems within a successful, selective, non-maintained, residential special school for 11 - 18 hearing impaired students
  • 2002, Beaumont. K.pdf
    The consonant development of young severely/profoundly deaf children
  • 2002, Broughton. A.pdf
    Classroom acoustics:  Perception and reality
  • 2002, Hill. S.pdf
    A comparitive study of deaf children's peer acceptance with their speech intelligibility
  • 2002, McCall. J.pdf
    Study of the effect of Soundfield FM amplification systems on speech intelligibility in science labs in a secondary school
  • 2002, Sewell-Rutter.pdf
    The inter-relationship between speech production and speech perception in deaf children: a pilot research methodology
  • 2003, Blaiklock. T.pdf
    Otitis media with effusion: a family perspective
  • 2003, Browning. C.pdf
    A comparative study of two alternative methods for balancing type II FM systems with digital signal processing (DSP) hearing aids
  • 2003, Flannery. M.pdf
    U or non-U in ICT?
  • 2003, Maudsley. C.pdf
    Acoustics in the learning environment
  • 2003, Rountley. C.pdf
    A case study of a cochlear implanted child with auditory neuropathy
  • 2003, Wilding. G.pdf
    evaluation of the effectiveness of the acoustic environment created in a purpose-built school building constructed in 2002
  • 2004, Bellinger. D.pdf
    An evaluation of voice-actuation of microphones within a digitally-controlled Group Hearing Aid system
  • 2004, Bull. L.pdf
    An examination of the validity of using SIFTER as a screening tool for CAPD using psychoacoustic tests
  • 2006, Holer. P.pdf
    An evaluation of the effectiveness of soundfield systems in improving speech perception in different acoustic environments
  • 2006, Ivimey. A.pdf
    The influence of replacement earmoulds on the real-ear-to-coupler-difference measured in children
  • 2006, Suddick. E.pdf
    evaluation of the effect of classroom noise on the speech perception ability of hearing impaired children in mainstream education: a case study
  • 2007, Bysouth. M.pdf
    Improving upon the listening expereince of deaf musicians: Using digital technology to enhance enjoyment and critical self analysis
  • 2007, Garside. A.pdf
    Inclusion in Higher Education: A longitudinal study of the experiences of hearing impaired students in a university setting
  • 2007, Maiden. H.pdf
    Adaption required to enable deaf professionals to undertake audiological assessments of their hearing impaired clients: A survey
  • 2008, Hawkins. S.pdf
    Deaf children's social inclusion in mainstream school: a case study
  • 2008, Paylor. A.pdf
    The relative value of sound field systems and acoustic treatment in creating an optimum listening environment in mainstream classrooms: A case study
  • 2009, Champney. L.pdf
    An evaluation of the impact of age at cochlear implantation on language development: a professional and parental perspective
  • 2009, Harlin. E.pdf
    FM Advantage? An evaluation of the effect of recent adaptive FM advantage technology in enabling access to speech in challenging listening conditions on a pupil centred approach
  • 2010, Allen. J.pdf
    Evaluation of transition between childrens and adult services for young people with severe to profound hearing impairment and cerebral palsy
  • 2010, Hoyer. J.pdf
    Hearing aid refusers educated in mainstream secondary schools: An evaluation of unaided access to speech and the social, psychological and educational impact for pupils with mild or moderate hearing impairment
  • 2010, Mardell. W.pdf
    Evalution of the 'Sound Assurance Protocol' as a prediction of the efficacy of sound field amplificatino systems within the classroom environment
  • 2010, Weston. G.pdf
    Evaluation of the impact of early diagnosis and intervention on the language development in hearing impaired infants and the impact on their families
  • 2011, Bealing, S.pdf
    The classroom in the clinic: An investigation into the feasibility of recreating a classroom listening environment in a clinical setting
  • 2011, Boddy, C.pdf
    Evaluation of the effect of school language environment upon language development in hearing impaired children: a quasi-experimental study
  • 2011, Ditchfield. G.pdf
    An evaluation of the impact of phonological processing ability and vocabulary development on access to the curriculum for hearing impaired children in a classroom environment
  • 2012, Graham. C.pdf
    The effect of hearing aids on hearing patterns in children and young people with mild conductive or unilateral hearing losses: a case study
  • 2012, Jacks. C.pdf
    Exploring the pretend play of children with hearing loss
  • 2012, Reed-Beadle EA.pdf
    An assessment of the developing narrative skills of two children: a case study
  • 2013, Belcher. K.pdf
    How do hearing impaired students respond to classroom soundfield systems?  A case study of subjective student perception and speech discrimination data
  • 2013, Bicknell. W.pdf
    Is precision teaching an effective tool to help deaf students learn new vocabulary?
  • 2013, Dudley. E.pdf
    An investigation into whether the current training and monitoring of mainstream teachers in the use and management of personal FM systems leads to effective practice in the classroom
  • 2014, Haigh. C.pdf
    LIFE-R a useful tool for eliciting 'pupil voice': identifying effective teaching interventions and developing FM users self advocacy skills to enhance the optimal use of amplification systems
  • 2014, Hender. J.pdf
    Do cros aids assist puils with single sided deafness in school?
  • 2014, Jackson. M.pdf
    An evaluation of the Comfort Audio Radio System using a neck loop with a small group of high school students
  • 2014, Miller. B.pdf
    An evaluation of the Comfort Audio Neck Loop with a small sample of pupils with cochlear implants
  • 2014, Potts. W.pdf
    Reasons for the non-use of hearing aids amongst hearing-impaired children aged 9 - 14 years who attend mainstream schools
  • 2014, Rayter. A.pdf
    For pre-school children with post-aural hearing aids: Do parents perceive a difference in listening and communication behaviour at home once fitted with a Radio Aid system for nine weeks
  • 2014, Stott. A.pdf
    Are phonic screen scores in year one an indicatoir of how children with a hearing loss can read for meaning?
  • 2015, De Jean A.pdf
    What are the expereinces of children and families during the habilitation process to bone conduction hearing aids?
  • 2015, Limbert, A.pdf
    A study into th eeffect of microphone placement on the effectiveness of the new Phonak Roger radio aid system
  • 2015, Tingley K,.pdf
    Does the Digital Roger System increase speech recognition in noise for severe to profoundly deaf children compared to the Genie FM System, in a classroom environment?
  • 2015, Wade J.pdf
    Clinical outcome and user expereinces of deaf young people with sequential bilateral cochlear implants
  • 2016, Bevington, D.pdf
    The views of professionals on the fitting of RM/FM systems to pre-school children
  • 2016, Fogg, S.pdf
    Investigating Specific Language Impairment in children with both hearing impairment and English as an additional language:  Can the three co-exist?
  • 2016, Sunderland, C.pdf
    Remote microphone use with pre-school cochlear implanted children
  • 2017, Atkin, M.pdf
    Soundfield systems and Radio Aids: Exploring the effects of rebroadcasting
  • 2017, Demetriou-Stavrou, C.pdf
    Children identified early with mild hearing loss: parents' views and expereinces
  • 2017, Dutton, M.pdf
    Does the age of cochlear implantation have long-term effects on CDT scores?
  • 2017, Farren, M.pdf
    Exploring Irish travellers' perspectives on accessing audiology services
  • 2017, Martin,W.pdf
    Real-Ear measurements: Moving evidence into practice
  • 2017, Morris, A.pdf
    Does self-esteem correlate with personal radio aid use in hearing impaired teenagers?
  • 2018, Crewe, M.pdf

    Examining the impact of unilateral and mild bilateral hearing loss on adolescent students who do not have regular specialist support: Experiences and perspectives in two mainstream schools

  • 2018, Parker, G.pdf
    Music as an Intervention for Deaf Pre-schoolers and their Families: A Channel for Communication

  • 2018, Edwards, E.pdf
    Mainstream teacher perceptions of working with deaf children in primary schools

  • 2018, Ma'ayan, A.pdf
    The role of quantitative linguistic feedback in early intervention for deaf children: using LENA to influence language environments and maternal self-efficacy