- Position: Assistant Professor
- Department: Audiology
- Campus Address: 2175 Health Professions Buidling
- Phone: 989-774-7288
- Email: email@example.com
CDO 643 Disorders of Hearing CDO731 Diagnostic Audiology
CDO 754 Pediatric Audiology CDO 765 Cochlear Implants & Other Implantable Technology
- Area(s) of Expertise: Electrophysiology, Auditory Processing Disorders, Pediatric Diagnostic Testing, Cochlear Implants
Degrees and Universities
B.S. Emerson College 2005
Au.D. University of Connecticut 2009
Ph.D. University of Connecticut 2011
Honors and Recognitions
Mark Ross Outstanding Graduate Student in Audiology Award, University of Connecticut 2011
NIH Resident and Graduate Student Poster Session Grant , American Speech-Language Hearing Association 2010
Audiology/Hearing Science Research Travel Award, American Speech-Language Hearing Association 2010
James Jerger Award for Excellence in Student Research, American Academy of Audiology Foundation 2010
American Academy of Audiology
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Palmer, S. & Musiek, F. (2014) Electrophysiological Gap Detection Thresholds: Effects of Age and Comparison with Behavioral Measure. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 25 (10), 999-1007.
Palmer, S. & Musiek, F. (2013) N1-P2 Recordings to Gaps in Broadband Noise. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 24(1), 37-45.
Palmer, S. (2013) Central Auditory Processing Disorders. In Volkmar, F. (Ed) Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders (1st ed.). Springer Publishing: New York.
Musiek, F. & Daniels, S. (2010). Central Auditory Mechanisms Associated with Cochlear Implantation: An Overview of Selected Studies & Comment. Cochlear Implants
International. 11(S1): 15-28.
Weihing, J. Daniels, S., & Musiek, F. (2009). The Effect of Visual and Audio-Visual Competition on the Audiotiry N1-P2 Evoked Potential. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 20(9): 569-581.
Electrophysiological Measures of Temporal Processing, Inclusion of Home-Birth Midwives in Universal Newborn Hearing Screening, Auditory Processing in Individuals with Visual Impairments.