B.A., Au.D, Ph.D. University of Connecticut
Dr.Brittney Dullard completed her dissertation on measures of self-efficacy for hearing aid users in August 2014 and completed a post-doc at the National Center for Auditory and Rehabilitation Research (NCRAR) in Portland, OR. Her research interests include amplification, aural rehabilitation, the impact of dual sensory impairment, and the investigation of outcome measures for amplification.
Past Research Projects:
Evaluation of Gardner’s High Frequency Word List
Benefits of Bilateral/Bimodal Amplification in Noise for Children
The Ability of Children to Self-Rate Speech Understanding
Word Intelligibility by Picture Identification in Children with Hearing Impairment