James (Jay) Wilbur Hall III

CELL PHONE:  (352) 275 6335

E-MAIL: jwhall3phd@gmail.com

WEBSITE: www.audiologyworld.net

DATE OF BIRTH: July 10, 1948

PLACE OF BIRTH: U.S.A.


EDUCATION:

College

     American International College, B.A., 1970

     (Biology)


Graduate 

     Northwestern University, M.A., 1973

     (Speech Pathology)

     Baylor College of Medicine, Ph.D., 1979

     (Audiology)


LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION:

     Florida: License in Audiology

     Hawaii: License in Audiology

     American Speech-Language-Hearing Association:       

                 Certification in Audiology (1976-2008)           

                 Certification in Speech Pathology (1974-2005)

     American Board of Audiology (2000- )


ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

Instructor, Phonetics Laboratory, Department of Communicative Disorders, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, 1973.


Clinical Instructor and Research Assistant, Audiology and Speech Pathology, Department of Otorhinolaryngology and Communicative Sciences, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, 1973-1979


Assistant Professor of Audiology, Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences,  University of Maryland, College Park, 1979-1980


Assistant Professor and Chairman of Audiology, Department of Otorhinolaryngology and

Human Communication, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, 1980-1982


Associate Professor, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Texas Health Science Center Houston, 1983-1988


Associate Professor and Chief of Audiology, Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, University of Texas Medical School Houston, 1982-1988 (with Tenure 1985-1988)


Associate Professor, Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences and Department of Otolaryngology (Joint Appointment with Tenure), Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center for Otolaryngology and Communicative Sciences, School of Medicine, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, 1988-1999


Professor, Graduate School, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 2001-2012


Adjunct Professor, Department of Communicative Sciences & Disorders, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 2001-2010


Professor, Doctor of Rehabilitation Science Doctoral Program, College of Health Professions, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 2000-2012


Chair, Department of Communicative Disorders, College of Public Health and Health Professions, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 2001-2004 (term appointment).


Associate Chair, Department of Communicative Disorders, College of Public Health and Health Professions, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 2005 – 2009


Clinical Professor of Audiology, Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, College of Health Professions, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 2000 - 2012


Extraordinary Professor, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, University of Pretoria, South Africa, 2007 –


Visiting Lecturer, Illinois State University, Normal Illinois, 2012-2013


Adjunct Professor, Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale Florida, 2011-2015


Adjunct Professor, Salus University, Elkins Park Pennsylvania, 2012-2014


Adjunct Professor, University of Florida, Gainesville Florida 2013-


Adjunct Visiting Professor, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Nebraska 2015-


Visiting Professor, American University of Beirut, 2016-


Adjunct Lecturer, Northwestern University, Evanston Illinois 2016-2017


Professor (permanent part-time), George Osborne College of Audiology, Salus University, Elkins Park Pennsylvania, 2015-


Professor (permanent part-time), Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, 2015 -


HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS:


Clinical Speech Pathologist, The Methodist Hospital, Houston, Texas, 1973-1975


Clinical Audiologist, The Methodist Hospital, Houston, Texas, 1975-1977


Director of Audiology, Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences, University of Maryland, College Park, 1979-1980


Director of Speech and Hearing Center, Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1980-1982


Director of Audiology, Hermann Hospital, Houston, TX, 1982-1988


Director of Audiology, Vanderbilt University Hospital, Nashville, TN, 1988-1997


Director of Vanderbilt Balance and Hearing Center, Nashville, TN, 1992-1999


Director, Vanderbilt Hearing Center at Saint Thomas Hospital, Nashville, TN, 1993-1999


Chief, Division of Audiology, Department of Communicative Disorders, College of Public

Health and Health Professions, University of Florida, 2004-2006


Credentialed in Audiology and Speech Pathology, Shands Hospital, Gainesville, FL, 2000 – 2012


PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:


Founding Member, American Academy of Audiology, 1988-


Member, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 1973-2000


Fellow, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 1989


Fellow, Society for Ear, Nose and Throat Advances in Children (SENTAC), 1982-1986


Member, American Auditory Society, 1982-2011


Member, American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck

Surgery, 1984-1999


Member, Florida Academy of Audiology (FLAA), 2000 –


Vice President for Education, Florida Academy of Audiology, 2012 – 2014


President Elect, Florida Academy of Audiology (FLAA), 2014-2015


President, Florida Academy of Audiology (FLAA), 2015-


SELECTED PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:


Editorial Consultant, Journal of Gerontology, 1981


Editorial Consultant, Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1985


Editorial Consultant, Computers in Biology and Medicine, 1986


Editorial Consultant, Ear and Hearing, 1979-2003


Editorial Consultant, American Journal of Audiology, 1991-2000


Editorial Consultant, Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 1991-2000


Editorial Consultant, Archives of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, 1992-2001


Editorial Board, American Journal of Otology, 1988-2000


Editorial Board, Journal of American Academy of Audiology, 1989-


Editorial Board, Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, 1991-1999


Editorial Board, Ear, Nose & Throat Journal, 1992-1995


Editorial Board, Audiology & Neuro-Otology (Basel), 1995-2000


Editorial Board, British Journal of Audiology, 1995-2002


Editorial Board, The Hearing Journal, 2001-


Contributing Editor, Audiology Today, 1988-1995


Editorial Consultant, International Journal of Audiology, 2006-


Section Editor, Plural Publishing Corporation, 2006-


Reviewer, Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 2015-


Editorial Board, Arab Hearing Health Journal, 2015-


Editorial Board, Journal of Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (JEHDI), 2015-


Editorial Board, Tinnitus Today, 2017-


Outside Reviewer, Basic Psychopharmacology and Neuropsychology Research Review

Committee, National Institute of Mental Health, 1982


Faculty, Evoked Potential Symposium, University of Texas Medical School at Houston, 1984


Consultant, American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Subcommittee on Hearing, 1985-


Course Instructor, American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, 1984-


Program Committee, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, 1986


Advisory Board, Houston Area Association for Communication Disorders, 1985-1988


Selection Committee, Braintree Award for Outstanding Research in Head Injury, 1986


Director and Organizer, Conference on Recent Trends in Auditory Evoked Responses, Houston, 1986


Consultant, Shriners Burns Institute, Galveston, TX, 1985-1987


Consultant and Site Visit Team Member, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, NIH, 1987


Member, American Auditory Society Annual Meeting Program Committee, 1988-1992


Chairman, Audiology Curriculum Committee, Division of Hearing and Speech Sciences, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, 1988-


Board of Representatives, American Academy of Audiology, 1988-1990


Program Chairman, American Auditory Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 1989


Exhibits Chair, International Symposium on Auditory Screening of Children, Nashville, June 1991


Member, External Affairs Committee, Vanderbilt University, 1990-1992


Executive Committee, American Academy of Audiology, 1990-1993


Board of Directors, American Academy of Audiology, 1993-1995


Executive Committee, American Auditory Society, 1989-1992


Advisory Board, Benton Hall School, Nashville, 1990-1992


Chair, Student Research Forum, American Academy of Audiology Annual Convention, 1990, 1991


Director, Intraoperative Monitoring of the Auditory System and Facial Nerve: A Tutorial and Hands-On Workshop, Sponsored by Vanderbilt University Medical Center, March and October, 1990,1991, 1993.


Director, Newborn Hearing Screening Workshop, Sponsored by Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Bill Wilkerson Center, Nashville, August 1990.


Director, Vanderbilt Auditory Evoked Response and Otoacoustic Emissions Workshop, Sponsored by Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Bill Wilkerson Center, Nashville,

January/July 1992, 1993; February/July, 1994; January/July 1995; January/July 1996; January/July 1997; January/July 1998; January/July 1999


Coordinator, Vanderbilt Hearing Aid Fitting and Dispensing Workshop, Sponsored by Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Bill Wilkerson Center, Nashville, August/December, 1996.


Chair, Task Force on Infant Hearing Identification, American Academy of Audiology, 1991-1992


Chair, Joint Task Force on Infant Hearing Screening Consensus Statement, American Academy of Audiology, American Academy of Pediatrics, American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, 1991


Program Chair, American Academy of Audiology Annual Convention, Nashville, April 1992


Member, Task Force on Conscious Sedation, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, 1992-1993


Member, Joint Committee on Infant Hearing, 1992-1994


Chair, Committee on Education, American Academy of Audiology, 1993-1995


Invited faculty, National Institutes of Health (NIH) Consensus Development Conference on Early Identification of Hearing Impairment in Infants and Young Children, March 1-3, 1993


Director, Universal Infant Hearing Screening: Preparing Primary Care Professionals, National Conference, Vanderbilt University and Bill Willkerson Center, 1993


Member, Study group on The Physical and Developmental Environment of the High-Risk Infant. Funded by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, DHHS and NIH National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, 1993-1997


Chair, Task Force on Governance, American Academy of Audiology, 1997-1999


Member, Task Force on Universal Newborn Hearing Screening, Department of Health, State of Tennessee, 1996-


Chair, Task Force on Tinnitus Management, American Academy of Audiology, 1998 – 2000


Member, Task Force on Tinnitus Management, American Academy of Audiology, 2000 - 2001


Director, University of Florida Auditory Evoked Response and Otoacoustic Emissions Workshop, Nashville, January and July 2000 – 2005; February and June, 2006


Director, University of Florida Tinnitus & Hyperacusis Workshop, Nashville, February 2000


Advisory Board, National Association of Future Doctors of Audiology (NAFDA), 2000 –


Faculty, Bruton Consensus Conference on Auditory Processing Disorders, Dallas Texas, April 2000.


International Scientific Advisory Committee, International Center for Hearing and Speech, Warsaw, Poland, 2003 –


Member, Curriculum Committee, College of Public Health and Health Professions, University of Florida, 2004  – 2008


Member, Alumnae Award Committee, College of Public Health and Health Professions, University of Florida, 2004 – 2008


Member, IT Committee, College of Public Health and Health Professions, University of Florida, 2005 –2006


Chair, Task Force on Otoacoustic Emissions, American Academy of Audiology, 2004 –


Director, University of Florida Auditory Processing Disorders (APD) Hands-On

Workshop: Multidisciplinary Assessment and Management, October 2004, May 2005,

April 2006


Member, Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC), American Tinnitus Association, 2005 –2014


Member, Task Force on Auditory Processing Disorders, American Academy of Audiology, 2005–2010


Member, Advisory Health Committee, Head Start Program, Alachua County, 2005 – 2010


Member, Board of Governors American Board of Audiology, 2008 – 2011


Vice Chair, Board of Governors American Board of Audiology, 2009


Chair, Board of Governors American Board of Audiology, 2010


Past Chair, Board of Governors American Board of Audiology, 2011

Member, Audiology Review Committee, Children’s Medical Services, Department of Health, State of Florida, 2006 –


Presenter, 2-hour course on Medical Errors for Audiologists to Avoid at Florida Academy of Audiology Annual Convention, 2010-


Presenter, Workshop Series on Tinnitus to VA Audiologists, 2012-2013


Vice President of Education and Convention Chair, Florida Academy of Audiology (FLAA), 2013-2014


Member, Board of Directors, Accreditation Commission for Audiology Education (ACAE), 2014-


Advisory Board, National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management, 2014-


President, Florida Academy of Audiology (FLAA), 2015-16


Past-President, Florida Academy of Audiology (FLAA), 2016-17


Vice Chair, Board of Directors, Accreditation Commission for Audiology Education (ACAE), 2015-


Member, Health Services Advisory Council, Mid-Coast Maine Head Start Program, Bath, Maine, 2918-


Advisory Board, Early Childhood Education, Continued.com, 2018


PROFESSIONAL HONORS:


First Place Award for Outstanding Paper in 1983, American Auditory Society/Ear and Hearing Journal 


Braintree Award for Outstanding Research in Traumatic Head Injury, 1985 ($5000)


Teaching Excellence Award, University of Texas Medical School at Houston, 1984-1985


1987 Shock-Trauma Speech-Communication Disorders Research Award ($1000)


Fellow, ASHA, 1989


Honors, American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, 1991


Editors Award, Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 1997


Superior Accomplishment Award, College of Public Health & Health Professions, University of Florida, 2002


Distinguished Achievement Award, American Academy of Audiology, 2012


Presidential Service Award, American Academy of Audiology, 2014


PUBLIC RELATIONS:


Radio

  - Newborn hearing screening, released to National Public Radio (1990)

  - Protecting the professional ear, WSM, Nashville, 1994

  - Hearing, vuvuzela noise and the World Cup. Pretoria Radio, South Africa (2010)

  - Vuvuzela noise at the World Cup, BBC London (2010)


Television

  - Early identification of hearing loss in infants. CNN, 1993.

  - In-ear-monitor technology in country music. CNN (filmed in 1996)

  - Story about child with hearing loss. Channel 2, Nashville, 1996. (Reporter Michael Turko of WKRN received Tennessee News Award for story and Dr. Hall was declared a “Turko’s Hero”).

  - Story about the auditory and physiologic effects of noise exposure on a woman whose house was located near a newly constructed freeway ramp. Channel 5, Nashville, 1998 (with reporter/anchor Dennis Ferrier)

  - Auditory processing disorders (APD) story with interview of Dr. Hall, speech pathologist, parent, and child. Nationally distributed health segment, 2004.

  - Tinnitus story with interview of Dr. Hall and patient. Television WJWB channel 20, July 2004


Newspaper

  - Newborn hearing screening, The Tennessean, Nashville, 1993.

  - Central auditory processing disorder and dyslexia, The Tennessean, Nashville, 1994.

  - Central auditory processing disorder and dyslexia (follow up story), The Tennessean, Nashville, 1994.

  - Central auditory processing disorder, The Nashville Banner, Nashville, 1995.

  - Hearing and musicians. The Dallas Morning News, 1996.

  - Special education in Tennessee, The News Beacon, Nashville, 1997.

  - Central auditory function and blindness in a child, The Tennessean, Nashville, 1997.

  - Tinnitus retraining therapy, The Tennessean, Nashville, 1998.

  - “Treatment can tone down tinnitus”. The Gainesville Sun, May 2004.

  - “Tinnitus … savoring silence”. WJBT Channel 20 TV, May 2004.

  - “Can’t Hearing in Noisy Places? It’s a Real Problem” (Melinda Beck, The Wall Street Journal, September 26, 2016.


TEACHING ACTIVITIES:


Member of Ph.D. committee (R Fifer, SW Jerger, B Stach), Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, 1982-1987


Master's and Ph.D. level courses in auditory neurophysiology and clinical audiology (4 to 6 hours/semester), Division of Hearing and Speech Sciences, Vanderbilt University, 1988-


Director, Doctoral level independent studies and research projects (15 to 18 hours/year), Division of Hearing and Speech Sciences at Vanderbilt University, 1989-


Basic science lecture series in Otolaryngology Resident Program, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, 1988-


Member of Ph.D. committee (C Crandell, MS Fino, L Auther, M Tetzeli, MD Nelson, DG Schwaber, A Strouse, AM Tharpe, J Dodd, PA Chase, KA Rupp, T Hackett, K Ebinger), Vanderbilt University, 1988-


Chairman, Ph.D. committee (L Van Campen, M Hedrick, P Burch-Sims, MD Nelson, JE Baer, P Chase, L Auther, K Rupp), Vanderbilt University, 1988-


Guest Lecturer, Department of Otolaryngology, The Aristotelian Univerity, Thessaloniki, Greece, 1992-


Guest Lecturer in Audiology, Addenbrooke’s Hospital and Cambridge University, England, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999


Guest Lecturer, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, The Medical University of Warsaw, Poland, 1998, 2000


Visiting Professor of Audiology, University of South Alabama, November 1999


Visiting Professor of Audiology, Indiana University, May 2000


Multiple National and International Workshops and Invited Lectures annually at Audiology Professional Conferences and Symposia, 1973-


Doctoral committee member, (Samantha Lewis, Brian Kreisman, Nicole Kreisman, Andrew Johns, Lori White, Kristin Johnston, Michele Cramer, Julie Cotter), University of Florida, 2000–


Doctoral student advisor (Diane Wertz), University of Florida, 2000 – 2005


Doctoral student advisor (Lori White, Kristin Johnston, Michele Cramer, Andrew John, Nicole Kreisman), University of Florida, 2004 –


University of Florida Doctor of Audiology research project advisor (Ryan Baker, Michele Cramer, Paula Fisher, Melissa Gordon, Kristin Wade Letlow, Meghan Miller, Andrea Pierce, Emily Roschler. Colleen Burns, Kristin Johnston, Meghan Gerhart, Anna Black), 2004 –


Towson University Doctor of Audiology research project committee member (Lauren Epple, Elizabeth Schelein) Undergraduate Honors Advisor (Marissa Rosa), 2005 – 2006


Masters Thesis Committee Member in Psychology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (Kim Ferrence), 2005-2006


Ph.D. Committee Member in Educational Psychology, College of Education (Julie Cotter). 2005-2008


Ph.D. Committee Member, Susan Strauss, University of Pretoria, South Africa, 2007-2012


Masters Committee Member, Leigh Biagio, University of Pretoria, South Africa, 2012


Masters Committee Member, Niki Friderichs, University of Pretoria, South Africa, 2012


Masters Committee Member, Felicity MacLennan-Smith, University of Pretoria, South Africa, 2012


Undergraduate Honors Advisor (Shannon Driscoll), 2005 – 2006


Ph.D. Research Advisory Committee, Vidya Ramkumar, Sri Ramachandran University, Chennai India, 2010 -


Ph.D. Dissertation Committee Member, Susan Strauss. Prevalence and Degree of Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in South African Gold Miners. University of Pretoria, 2012


CONSULTING:


Consultant, Sensory Function in Parkinson Disease (PI Richard Doty, University of Pennsylvania), Department of Defense, 2012-2013


Expert Witness for Defense (5 cases all decided in favor of defendant)


COURSES TAUGHT:


  - SPA 6316 Auditory Electrophysiology, University of Florida

  - SPA 6581 Advanced Auditory Electrophysiology, University of Florida

  - SPA 6270 Auditory Processing Disorders, University of Florida

  -  Applied Auditory Electrophysiology (distance learning University of Florida)

  - Auditory Processing Disorders (distance learning University of Florida)

  - Counseling, University of Florida

  - Introduction to Audiology (undergraduate)

  -  AUD 7120 Electrophysiology, Nova Southeastern University

  -  Diagnostic Audiology III, Nova Southeastern University

  - Auditory Processing Disorders, Illinois State University

  - Pediatric Audiology, University of Nebraska Lincoln

  - Introduction to Audiology, University of Hawaii

  - Auditory Evoked Potentials, American University of Beirut (Lebanon)


DOCTORAL THESES DIRECTED:


LuAnn Van Campen. “Auditory brainstem response to off-set stimuli”, Vanderbilt University, 1989


G Pamela Burch-Sims. “Auditory mismatch negativity response in adults and normal versus brain damaged infants”, Vanderbilt University, 1993


M Dawn Nelson. “Factors influencing the auditory middle latency response Pb component (P1)”, Vanderbilt University, 1994.


Jane E Baer. “Infant hearing screening with distortion product otoacoustic emissions in the intermediate care nursery”, Vanderbilt University, 1995.


Katheryn A Rupp. “Monitoring furosemide ototoxicity in monkey with distortion product otoacoustic emissions”, Vanderbilt University, 1996.


Patricia A Chase. “Reliability of distortion product otoacoustic emissions in newborn hearing screening”, Vanderbilt University, 1997.


Nicole Kreisman. “Psychosocial Findings in Auditory Processing Disorders”, University of Florida, 2007


Andrew John. “Factors in Determining Hearing Impairment”, University of Florida, 2007


Lori White. “The Relationship between Electrode Location and Clinical Electrophysiologic Measures in Cochlear Implant Recipients”, University of Florida, pending.


Kristin Johnston. Music Perception with Amplification by Hearing Impaired Listeners, University of Florida, 2009


RESEARCH PROGRAMS:


Faculty Grant-in-Aid awarded by the University of Pennsylvania, 1981 ($1000)


Biomedical Research Support Grant (S07-RR-05415-21) awarded by the Division of Research Resources, NIH (Principle investigator, $7000)


Clinical Research Program of Program Project Grant for Study of Head Injury awarded

to the Division of Neurosurgery, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine by NIH, NINCDS (Co-investigator, $20,000)


Hearing impairment in individuals with rickets and osteomalacia. Deafness Research Foundation (Co-investigator with Adam Jonas, M.D., $8778)


ALGO-1 Infant Hearing Screening Clinical Trials Phase II Grant awarded by ALGOTEK, Inc. (Principal Investigator, $7380), 1986


Roles of auditory experience in human hearing. Deafness Research Foundation (Coinvestigator with Lincoln Gray, Ph.D., $14,930), 1988


University Research Council Grant, Vanderbilt University, 1988-1989 ($4400)


Biomedical Research Support Grant, Vanderbilt University (BRSG/NIH 2507 RR05424-29). Newborn hearing screening with otoacoustic emissions, $5700, 1990-1991.


Communicative Disorders in At Risk Children, Research and Training Center Exploratory Grant, NIH, ($200,000), Principal Investigator, Continuing Education Component; Co-Investigator, Research Component, 1991-


Auditory function in dominant, inherited, progressive low frequency hearing impairment: Pilot study ($2900), Principal Investigator, Professional Service Contract, NIDCD, 1993


Auditory function in dominant, inherited, progressive low frequency hearing impairment ($29,000), Principal Investigator, Professional Service Contract, NIDCD, 1994


Development of Infant Hearing Screener Device using ABR and OAE ($74,965).


Consultant and Principal Investigator, Vanderbilt Component, NIH Small Business Innovation Research Program (1 R43DC02337-01), 1994-1996


Follow-up investigation of auditory function in dominant, inherited, progressive low frequency hearing impairment ($2500), Co-Principal Investigator, Professional Service Contract, NIDCD, 1998


PI. The Harry J. Heeb Foundation. Early Auditory Reading Success (EARS) Project. ($8400), 2002


Co-PI. The Oticon Foundation. Effects of FM amplification on children with auditory processing disorder. $70,000 (10% salary support; Dr. Carl Crandell in CSD is Co-PI), 2002 – 2003


PI. Early auditory reading success (EARS) project. School Board of Alachua County Department of Exceptional Student Education, $126,000 ($5% salary support), 2004-2005.


PI. Audiology Service Contract with School Board of Alachua County, $23,000, 2005-2006.


PI. Communication, Psychosocial, and Functional Health Benefits of FM Utilization in Children with Auditory Processing Disorders (submitted and funded with the late Carl Crandell), Phonak Hearing Instruments, $34,930, 2006 – 2007.


Co-Investigator, National Institute of Health, National Institute on Deafness and Communication Disorders (NIH-NIDCD) R01 DC 008423, Micronutrient intervention to reduce noise-induced hearing loss:Measurement of temporary threshold changes induced by use of a digital audio player, (with Colleen G. Le Prell. 12/01/2007-11/30/2011: $478,068 annual direct costs.


PI, Hearing Aids and Music Perception by Hearing Impaired Listeners. Phonak Hearing Instruments, $60,699, 2008-2009.


TRAINEES:


Externship Supervisor, Auburn University (J Taylor, A Barefield, J Anderson, M Lane), 1993-1997


Externship Supervisor, University of South Alabama (G Dethloft), 1998


Externship Supervisor, University of Southern Mississippi (P Hardin), 1998


Clinical Fellowship Year Supervisor (SM Tompkins, D Harris, L, M Fort, SS Byrd, J Baer, TL Maddock, K Klein, T Gatchel, S McDaniel, D Sladen, Nikki Briggs), 1982-


PRESENTATIONS:


Over 1500 invited lectures, key note addresses, guest scholar series, poster presentations, seminars, and workshops at scientific and other professional conventions and meetings nationally and internationally since 1976. Topics include auditory evoked responses, auditory processing disorders, diagnosis of infant hearing loss, diagnostic audiology, electroneuronography, intra-operative monitoring, medical errors for audiologists to avoid, objective assessment of hearing, tinnitus and hyperacusis.


PUBLICATIONS:


Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals:


1. Hall, JW III and Jerger JF. Acoustic reflexes in spastic dysphonia. Archives of Otolaryngology 102: 411-415,1976


2. Hall, JW III and Jerger JF. Central auditory function in stuttering. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research 21: 324-337, 1978


3. Hall JW III. Predicting hearing level from the acoustic reflex: A comparison of three methods. Archives of Otolaryngology 104: 601-605, 1978


4. Jerger JF, Jerger S and Hall JW III. A new acoustic reflex pattern. Archives of Otolaryngology 105: 24-28, 1979


5. Hall JW III. The effect of age and sex on static compliance. Archives of Otolaryngology 105: 153-156, 1979


6. Hall JW III and Weaver T. Impedance audiometry in a young population: The effects of age, sex and minor tympanogram abnormality. Journal of Otolaryngology (Toronto) 8: 210-222, 1979


7. Jerger J and Hall JW III. Effects of age and sex on auditory brainstem response (ABR). Archives of Otolaryngology 106: 387-391, 1980


8. Hall JW III and Bleakney ME. Hearing loss prediction by the acoustic reflex: Comparison of seven methods. Ear and Hearing 2: 156-164, 1981


9. Hall JW III. Central auditory function in spastic dysphonia. American Journal of Otolaryngology 2: 188-198, 1981


10. Hall JW III. Hearing loss prediction in a young population: Comparison of seven methods. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology 3: 225- 243, 1981


11. Hall JW III and Koval C. Accuracy of hearing prediction by the acoustic reflex. The Laryngoscope 92: 140-149, 1982


12. Hall JW III. Acoustic reflex amplitude: I. Effect of age and sex. Audiology (Basel) 21: 294-309, 1982


13. Hall JW III. Acoustic reflex amplitude: II. Effect of age-related auditory dysfunction. Audiology (Basel) 21: 386-399, 1982


14. Hall JW III, Spielman G and Gennarelli TA. Auditory evoked responses in acute severe head injuries. Journal of Neurosurgical Nursing 14: 225-231, 1982


15. Hall JW III, Huangfu M, Gennarelli TA. Auditory function in acute head injury. The Laryngoscope 93: 383-390, 1982


16. Hall JW III. Quantification of the relationship between crossed and uncrossed acoustic reflex amplitude. Ear and Hearing 3: 296-300, 1982


17. Hall JW III, Berry GA and Olson K. Identification of serious hearing loss with acoustic reflex data: Clinical experience with some new guidelines. Scandinavian Audiology 11: 251-255, 1982


18. Hall JW III, Huangfu M, Gennarelli TA, Dolinskas CA, Olson K, Berry GA. Auditory evoked response, impedance measures and diagnostic speech audiometry in severe head injury. Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery 91: 50-60, 1983


19. Hall JW III, Huangfu M, Gennarelli TA, Kimmelman CP, Dolinskas CA. Auditory brainstem response abnormalities in experimental and clinical acute severe head injury. Transactions of Pennsylvania Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology 36: 833-888, 1983


20. Hall JW III, Morgan SH, Mackey-Hargadine J, Aquilar EA III and Jahrsdoerfer RA. Neuro-otologic applications of simultaneous multi-channel auditory evoked response recordings. The Laryngoscope 94: 883-889, 1984


21. Jahrsdoerfer RA, Yeakley JW, Hall JW III, Robbins KT, Gray LC. High resolution CT scanning and ABR in congenital aural atresia -- patient selection and surgical correlation. Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery 93: 292-298, 1985


22. Hall JW III, Mackey-Hargadine J, Kim EE. Auditory brainstem response in determination of brain death. Archives of Otolaryngology 111: 613-620, 1985


23. Hall JW III, Brown DP, Mackey-Hargadine J. Pediatric applications of serial auditory brainstem response measurements. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology 9: 201-218, 1985


24. Mackey-Hargadine JR and Hall JW III. Sensory evoked responses in head injury. Central Nervous System Trauma 2: 187-206, 1985


25. Hall JW III. The effects of high-dose barbiturates on the acoustic reflex and auditory evoked responses: Two case reports. Acta Otolaryngologica (Stockholm) 100: 387-398, 1985


26. Aquilar EA III, Hall JW III, Mackey-Hargadine J. Neuro-otologic evaluation of the acute severely head-injured patient: Correlation among physical findings, auditory evoked responses and computerized tomography. Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery 94: 211-219, 1986


27. Hall JW III and Tucker DA. Sensory evoked responses in the intensive care unit: A tutorial. Ear and Hearing 7: 200-232, 1986


28. Jahrsdoerfer RA and Hall JW III. Congenital malformation of the ear. American Journal of Otology 7: 267-269, 1986


29. Hall JW III, Winkler JB, Herndon DN, Gary LB. Auditory brainstem response in young burn wound patients treated with ototoxic drugs. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology 12: 187-203, 1986


30. Hall JW III. Auditory brainstem response spectral content in comatose head injured patients. Ear and Hearing 7: 383-387, 1986


31. Hall JW III, Winkler JB, Herndon DN, Gary, LB. Auditory brainstem response in auditory assessment of acute severely burned children. Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation 8: 195-198, 1987


32. Ghorayeb BY, Yeakley JW, Hall JW III, Jones EB. Unusual complications of temporal bone fractures. Archives of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery 113: 749-753, 1987 


33. Ghorayeb BY, Yeakley JW, Hall JW III, Jones EB. Complications rares des fractures du temporal. Journal d'ORL 6: 213-217, 1987


34. Hall JW III. Auditory evoked responses in acute brain-injured children and adults. American Journal of Otology 9 (supplement): 36-46, 1988

 

35. Hall JW III, Bull J, Cronau L. The effect of hypo- vs. hyperthermia on auditory brainstem response: Two case reports. Ear and Hearing 9: 1988


36. Blake, PE, Hall JW III. The status of state-wide policies for neonatal hearing screening. Journal of American Academy of Audiology 1: 67-74, 1990


37. Schwaber MK, Hall JW III. A simplified approach for transtympanic electrocochleography (ECochG). American Journal of Otology 11: 260-265, 1990


38. Harris D & Hall JW III. Feasibilty of auditory event-related potential measurement in brain injury rehabilitation patients. Ear and Hearing 11: 340-350, 1990


39. Schwaber MK, Hall JW III. Intraoperative monitoring of facial and cochleovestibular nerves I. Insights in Otolaryngology 6 (5): 1-8, 1991.


40. Schwaber MK, Hall JW III. Intraoperative monitoring of facial and cochleovestibular nerves II. Insights in Otolaryngology 6 (6): 1-8, 1991.


41. Van Campen LE, Sammeth CA, Hall JW III, Peek BF. Comparison of Etymotic insert and TDH supra-aural earphones in auditory brainstem response measurement. Journal of American Academy of Audiology 3 (5): 315-323, 1992


42. Schwaber MK, Hall JW III. Cochleovestibular nerve compression syndrome: I. Clinical features and audiovestibular findings. Laryngoscope 102: 1020-1029, 1992


43. Hall JW III, Denneny JC III. Auditory findings in progeria. Journal of American Academy of Audiology 4: 116-121, 1993


44. Tharpe AM, Biswas G, Hall JW III. Development of an expert system for pediatric auditory brainstem response interpretation. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 4: 163-171, 1993


45. Hall JW III, Bratt GW, Schwaber MK, Baer JE. Dynamic sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL): Implications for audiologists. Journal of American Academy of Audiology 4: 399-411, 1993


46. Hall JW III, Baer JE. Concepts in hearing assessment of children and adults. Comprehensive Therapy 19: 272-280, 1993


47. Hall JW III, Chase PA, Baer JE, Schwaber MK. Clinical application of otoacoustic emissions: What do we know about factors influencing measurement and analysis? Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery 110: 22-38, 1994


48. Van Campen L, Grantham W, Hall JW III. Motivation and methods for manipulating acoustic ringing of earphones. Ear and Hearing 15: 461-466, 1994


49. Hall JW III, Hackett, T, Schwaber MK. Intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring: Expanding the audiology scope of practice. Tejas: Journal of Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association 20: 8-13, 1994

 

50. Hall JW III, Prentice CH, Baer JE, Wilson DS, Smiley G, Cole R. Auditory findings in unusual syndromes: Review and case reports. Journal of American Academy of Audiology 5: 1995


51. Strouse A.L., Hall J.W. III, Burger M.C. . Central auditory processing in Alzheimer’s disease. Ear and Hearing 16: 230-238, 1995


52. Strouse A.L, Hall J.W. III. Test-retest reliability of a dichotic digits test for assessing central auditory function in Alzheimer’s disease. Audiology 34: 85 90, 1995


53. Lesperance M.M., Hall J.W. III, Bess F.H., Jain P., Ploplis B., San Agustin T.B., Skarka H, Smith RJH, Wills M, ER Wilcox ER. A gene for autosomal dominant nonsyndromic hereditary hearing impairment maps to 4p16.3. Human Molecular Genetics 4: 1967-1972, 1995


54. Strouse A.L., Ochs, M.T., Hall J.W. III, Bess F.H. Evidence against the influence of aging on distortion-product otoacoustic emissions. Journal of American Academy of Audiology 7: 339-345, 1996


55. Nelson MD, Hall JW III, Jacobson GP. Factors influencing the auditory middle latency response Pb component (P1). Journal of American Academy of Audiology 8: 89-99, 1997


56. Van Campen LE, Hall JW III, Grantham DW. Human offset auditory brainstem response: effects of stimulus acoustic ringing and rise-fall time. Hearing Research 103: 35-46, 1997


57. Bulla WA and Hall JW III. Daily noise-level exposures of professional music recording engineers. Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, 1998


58. Chermak G, Hall JW III, Musiek FE. Differential diagnosis and management of central auditory processing disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 10: 289-303, 1999


59. Philbin KM, Robertson A, Hall JW III. Recommended permissable noise criteria for occupied, newly constructed or renovated hospital nurseries. Journal of Perinatology 19 (8): 559-563, 1999


60. Hall JW III. Infant hearing impairment and universal hearing screening: Screening for and assessment of infant hearing impairment. Journal of Perinatology 20: S113-S121, 2000


61. Hall JW III. Development of the ear and hearing. Journal of Perinatology 20: S12-S20, 2000. 


62. Stewart D, Mehl A, Hall JW III, Carroll M, Bramlett J. Newborn hearing screening with automated auditory brainstem response (AABR): A multisite study. Journal of Perinatology 20: 2000


63. Lesparance M, Hall JW III et al. "Mutations in the Wolfram syndrome type 1 gene (WFS1) define a clinical entity of dominant low frequency sensorineural hearing loss" Archives of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery 129: 411-420, 2003

 

64. Hall JW III, Smith S, Popelka G. Newborn hearing screening with combined otoacoustic emissions and auditory brainstem response. Journal of American Academy of Audiology 15: 414-425, 2004


65. Johnston, KN, John AB, Kreisman, NV, Hall JW III & Crandell CC. Multiple benefits of personal FM system use by children with auditory processing disorder (APD). International Journal of Audiology, 48, 371-383, 2009


66. Van Zyl, A., Swanepoel, D. & Hall, JW III. Effect of prolonged contralateral acoustic stimulation on transient evoked otoacoustic emissions. Hearing Research, 2009


67. Swanepoel, D & Hall JW III. (2010). A systematic review of telehealth applications in audiology. Telemedicine and e-Health, 16, 181-200


68. Swanepoel D, Hall JW III, Koekemoer D. (2010). Vuvuzela – good for your team, bad for your ears. SAMJ (South African Medical Journal), 100 (2), 99-100


69. Swanepoel D, Clark JL, Koekemoer D, Hall JW III, Krumm M, Ferrari DV, McPherson B, Olusanya BO, Mars M, Russo I & Barajas JJ. (2010). Tele-health in audiology: The need and potential to reach underserved populations. International Journal of Audiology, 49, 195-202


70. Swanepoel D, Hall JW III (2010). Football match spectator sound exposure and effect on hearing: a pretest-post-test study. South African Medical Journal, 100(4):239-242.


71. Swanepoel D, Hall JW III, Koekemoer D (2010). Vuvuzela sound measurements. South African Medical Journal, 100(4): 192


72. Swanepoel D, Clark JL, Koekmoer D, Hall JW III, Krumm M, Ferrari DV, McPherson B, Olusanya BO, Mars M, Russo I & Barajas JJ. (2010). Telehealth in audiology: The need and potential to reach underserved communities. International Journal of Audiology, 49, 195-202


73. Bantwal AR & Hall JW III. Pediatric speech perception in noise. Current Pediatric Reviews, 7, 214-226, 2011


74. LePrell C, Hensley BN, Campbell KCM, Hall JW III & Guire K. (2011). Evidence of hearing loss in a “normally-hearing” college-student population. International Journal of Audiology, 50 Supplement 1, S21-23


75. Kreisman NV, John AB, Kreisman BM, Hall JW III & Crandell CC (deceased) (2012). Psychosocial status of children with auditory processing disorder. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 22, 222-233


76. Friderichs N, Swanepoel D, Hall JW III. (2012). Efficacy of a community-based infant hearing screening program utilizing existing personnel in Western Cape, South Africa. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 76, 552 - 559


77. John AB, Hall JW III & Kreisman BM. Effects of advancing age and hearing loss on Gaps-in-Noise test performance. American Journal of Audiology, 21, 242-250


78. Strauss S, Swanepoel DW, Becker P, Eloff Z & Hall JW III (2012). Prevalence and degree of noise-induced hearing loss in South African gold miners. Occupational Health South Africa, 18 (November/December), 4 – 1079


79. Maclennan-Smith F, Swanepoel D & Hall JW III (2013). Validity of diagnostic pure-tone audiometry without a sound-treated environment in older adults. International Journal of Audiology, 52, 66-73


80. LePrell CG, Dell S, Hensley B, Hall JW III, Campbell KC, Antonelli PJ, Green GE, Miller JM & Guire K. (2012). Digital noise exposure induces temporary threshold shift in normal-hearing human subjects. Ear & Hearing, 33, 44-58


81. Biagio L, Swanepoel, DW, Adeyemo A, Hall JW III, Vinck B (2013). Asynchronous video-otoscopy with a telehealth facilitator. Telemedicine and e-Health, 19, 1-7


82. Swanepoel, DW, Maclennan-Smith F & Hall JW III (2013). Diagnostic pure-tone audiometry in schools: Mobile testing without a sound-treated environment, Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 24, 1-9


83. Ramkumar V, Hall JW III, Nagarajan R, Shankarnarayan VC & Kumaravelu S (2013). Tele-ABR using a satellite connection in a mobile van for newborn 21 hearing testing. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 19, 233-237


84. Kreisman BM, Bevilacqua E, Day K, Kreisman NV & Hall JW III (2013). Preschool hearing screenings: A comparison of distortion product otoacoustic emission and pure tone protocols. Journal of Educational Audiology, 19, 49-57


85. Straus S, Swanepoel DW, Becker P, Eloff Z & Hall JW III (2014). Noise and agerelated hearing loss: A study of 40,123 gold miners in South Africa. International Journal of Audiology, 53, S66-S75


86. Swanepoel D, MacLennan-Smith F, Hall JW III (2013). Diagnostic pure tone

audiometry in schools: mobile testing without a sound-treated environments.

Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 24, 992-1000


87. Swanepoel, DW, Matthysen C, Eikelboom RH, Clark JL & Hall JW III (2015). Pure tone audiometry outside a sound-booth using earphone attenuation, integrated ambient noise monitoring, and automation. International Journal of Audiology, 54, 777-785


88. Hall JW III (2016). Effective and efficient preschool hearing screening: Essential for successful early hearing detection and intervention (EHDI). Journal of Early Hearing Detection and Intervention, 1, 1-12 88. de Kock T, Swanepoel D & Hall JW III (2015). Newborn hearing screening at a community-based obstetric unit: Screening and diagnostic outcomes.

International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 84, 124-131


89. de Kock T, Swanepoel D & Hall JW III (2015). Newborn hearing screening at a community-based obstetric unit: Screening and diagnostic outcomes. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 84, 124-131


90. Hall JW III (2016). Objective assessment of infant hearing: Essential for early intervention. Journal of Hearing Science, 6 (2), 1-17


91. Hall JW III (2016). The crosscheck principle in pediatric audiology: A 40 year perspective. Journal of Audiology and Otology, 20 (2), 1-9


92. Ramkumar V, Hall JW III, Nagarajan R, Shankarnarayan VC & Kumaravelu S (2013). Cost and effectiveness of tele-audiological versus in-person communitybased pediatric diagnostic hearing testing in rural India. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare,


93. Shaikh MAM, Hall JW III, McManus C & Lew HL (2017). Hearing and balance disorders in the state of Hawai’i: Demographics and demand for services. Hawai’i Journal of Medicine & Public Health, 76 (5), 7-11


94. Ramkumar V, Vanaja CS, Hall JW III, Selvakkumar K & Nagarajan R. (2018). Validation of DPOAE screening conducted by village health workers in a rural community with real-time click evoked tele-auditory brainstem response, International Journal of Audiology, DOI: 10.1080/14992027.2018.1425001


95. Ramkumar V, John KR, Selvakumar K, Nagarajan R, Shankarnarayan VC & Hall JW III, (2018). Cost and outcome of a community-based paediatric hearing screening programme in rural India with application of tele-audiology for follow-up 22 diagnostic assessment. International Journal of Audiology, Early Online 1-8

 




INVITED AND/OR REVIEW ARTICLES:


1. Hall JW III. Testing of non-English speaking patients. Audiology and Hearing Education 2: 9-11, 1976


2. Hall JW III. Central auditory function in children with learning disabilities: Commentary. Audiology and Hearing Education 2: 56-58, 1976


3. Hall JW III and Tucker DA. Auditory evoked responses in traumatic head injury. The Hearing Journal 38: 23-29, 1985


4. Hall JW III, Gray LC, Brown DP, Tompkins SM. Clinical application of new concepts in auditory brainstem response measurement. Hearing Instruments 37: 11-21, 1986


5. Harris DP and Hall JW III. Audiologic assessment of traumatic head injury patients in rehabilitation: Methods and findings. Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology 13: 40-45, 1989


6. Hall JW III, Hughes C, Havranek J, Herskowitz L, Osborne D. 1989 American Academy of Audiology Convention Survey of Clinical Practices. Audiology Today 2: 20-22, 1990


7. Hall JW III. Twenty Years of Auditory Brainstem Response: Answers to Five Common Clinical Questions. The Hearing Journal 45: 22-27, 1992


8. Hall JW III, Schwaber MK, Henry MM, Baer JE. Intraoperative monitoring of auditory system function: A logical sequel to site-of-lesion diagnostic audiometry. Seminars in Hearing 14: 143-154, 1993


9. Hall JW III, Baer JE, Wurm FC, Henry MM, Wilson DS & Prentice CH. Audiologic assessment and management of central auditory processing disorder (CAPD):A case report. Seminars in Hearing 14: 254-264, 1993


10. Hall JW III, Chase P. Answers to a dozen questions about otoacoustic emissions. The Hearing Journal 46: 29-34, 1993


11. Hall JW III. Bone conduction ABR: Clinically useful and clinically feasible. The Hearing Journal 47: 1994


12. Hall JW III, Freeman B, Bratt G. The role of audiology in health care reform models and perspectives. Audiology Today 6 (Nov-Dec): 16-18, 1994


13. Cleveland T, Hall JW III. Hearing assessment in the professional singer. Voice Teacher, 1994


14. Hall JW III, Santucci M. Protecting the professional ear. ENT NEWS 4: 30-31, 1995


15. Hall JW III, Santucci M. Protecting the professional ear: Conservation strategies and devices. The Hearing Journal 48: 37-45, 1995


16. Hornsby B, Kelly T, Hall JW III. Normative data for five FDA-approved commercially-available distortion product systems. The Hearing Journal 49: 39-46, 1996


17. Bachmann KR and Hall JW III. Pediatric auditory brainstem response assessment: The cross-check principle 20 years later. Seminars in Hearing 19 (1): 41-60, 1998


18. Hall JW III. An introduction to the assessment and management of central auditory processing disorders (CAPD). Que Pasa: The Newsletter of the Panamerican Society of Audiology 6: 1998


19. Hall JW III. Distortion product otoacoustic emissions (DPOAE) in newborn hearing screening. Sound Ideas 2 (2): 1998.


20. Hall JW III. Hyperacusis . . . It’s real and it can hurt! The Hearing Journal 51

(4): 10, 1998


21. Hall JW III and Bullah WA. Assessment of music versus noise induced hearing loss. The Hearing Review 1999


22. Hall JW III. CAPD in Y2K: An introduction to audiologic assessment and management. The Hearing Journal 52 (10): 35-42, 1999


23. Hall JW III & Haynes DS. Audiologic assessment and consultation of the tinnitus patient. Seminars in Hearing 22: 37-49, 2000


24. Beck DL & Hall JW III. Evaluation of the facial nerve via electroneuronography (ENoG). The Hearing Journal 54 (3): 36-45, 2001


25. Hall JW III. Audiology students ask the darndest questions! The Hearing Journal 54 (4): 10-17, 2001


26. Wertz D, Hall JW III, Davis W II. (2002). Auditory processing disorders: Management approaches past to present. Seminars in Hearing 23 (4): 277-285


27. Hall JW III. Frequency-specific auditory brainstem response (ABR) in the era of ASSR. The Hearing Review 11: 22-30, 61-62 (August) 2004


28. Hall JW III. Thomas Gold: Passage (Obituary). Audiology Today (September/October): 42, 2004

 

29. Hall JW III. An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure. Tinnitus Today 29 (December): 14-16, 2004


30. Hall JW III. The clinical challenges of bone-conduction measurement. The 24 Hearing Journal, 58, 10-15, 2005

 

31. Kreisman N, White, LL, Crandell CC, Hall JW III. Evidence of benefit from FM technology in auditory processing disorder (APD). Educational Audiology Review (EAR), November 2006

 

32. Hall JW III. Auditory processing disorders (APD): Evidence in support of assessment and management. The Hearing Journal 61. 2007


33. Hall JW III & Bellis TJ. Assessment and Management of Auditory Processing Disorders: It’s Real, It’s Here, and It’s Mainstream Audiology. Audiology Today 20 (2): 42-44, 2008


34. Hall JW III. The Future of Audiology…20 Years Later: Education, Certification, and Call to Service. Audiology Today 20 (3): 38-39, 2008


35. Hall JW III. Aural immittance measures in audiology: More useful now than ever before. The Hearing Journal 63 (April), 15-15, 2010


36. Hall JW III & Dhar S. OAEs: Principles, Protocols & Procedures. Plural Publishing Newsletter, April 2010


37. Hall JW III, Johnston KN, John JB & Crandell CC. (2010). Multiple benefits of Phonak EduLink use by children with auditory processing disorder (APD). Proceedings of the First International Virtual Conference on FM, 47-54


38. Holmes A, Kileny PR & Hall JW III. The legacies of Margo Skinner and Roger Ruth. The Hearing Journal, 64, 10-14, 2011


39. Hall, JW III. (2013, March). 20Q: What can be done for patients with hyperacusis and other forms of decreased sound tolerance. AudiologyOnline, Article #11679. Retrieved from: http://www.audio (Nov-Dec): logyonline.com/


40. Hall JW III (2013). Stimulus options for auditory brainstem response (ABR) recording from infants and young children. ENT & audiology news, 22, 91 94


41. Hall JW III. (2017, April). 20Q: Preschool hearing screening is essential for early identification of childhood hearing loss. AudiologyOnline, Article 19861. Retrieved from www.audiologyonline.com


42. Hall JW III. What is evidence based audiology? ACAE Corner. Audiology Today, January/February 2018


43. Hall JW III. Educating AuD students for the practice of evidence based audiology? ACAE Corner. Audiology Today, March-April, 2018


44. Danesh AA, Shahnaz N & Hall JW III (2018). The audiology of otosclerosis. Otolaryngology Clinics of North America.


BOOK CHAPTERS:


1. Hall JW III. Predicting hearing level from the acoustic reflex. In Handbook of Clinical Impedance Audiometry (2nd ed), Jerger J (ed). Acton, MA: American Electromedics Corp, 1980


2. Jerger JF and Hall JW III. Impedance and behavioral audiometry in the era of brainstem evoked response audiometry. In Controversy in Otolaryngology, Snow JB Jr (ed). Philadelphia: WB Saunders Co, 1980, pp. 138-144


3. Hall JW III and Jerger JF. Impedance audiometry. In Speech, Language and Hearing. Lass NJ, Northern JL, Yoder DE and McReynolds LV (eds). Philadelphia: WB Saunders, Co, 1982, pp. 476-491


4. Hall JW III and Jerger JF. Central auditory function in stutterers. In Central Auditory Assessment: The SSW Test. Arnst D and Katz J (eds). San Diego: College-Hill Press, 1982, pp. 215-219


5. Snow JB Jr and Hall JW III. Cross-check principle in pediatric audiology: Recent advances. In Borderline Problems in Otorhinolaryngology. Surgan L and Bodo Gy (eds). Amsterdam: Excerpta Medica Press, 1982, pp. 215-219


6. Doty RL, Hall JW III, Flickinger GL, Sondheimer SJ. Cyclical changes in olfactory and auditory sensitivity during the menstrual cycle: No attenuation by oral contraception medication. In Olfaction and Endocrine Regulation. Breipohl H (ed). London: I.R.L. Press, 1982


7. Hall JW III. Auditory brainstem response audiometry. In Hearing Disorders in Adults. Jerger JF (ed). San Diego: College-Hill Press, 1984, pp. 1-55


8. Hall JW III. Diagnostic applications of speech audiometry. Seminars in Hearing 4: 179-204, 1983


9. Hall JW III and Hargadine JR. Auditory evoked responses in severe head injury. Seminars in Hearing 5: 313-336, 1984


10. Hall JW III. The acoustic reflex in central auditory dysfunction. In Assessment of Auditory Dysfunction: Foundations and Clinical Correlates. Pinheiro ML and Musiek FE (eds). Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1985, pp. 103-130


11. Hall JW III, Hargadine JR, Allen SJ. Monitoring neurologic status of comatose patients in the intensive care unit. In The Auditory Brainstem Response. Jacobson JT (ed). San Diego: College-Hill Press, 1985, pp. 253-283


12. Hall JW III and Hargadine JR. Sensory evoked potentials in the diagnosis of brain death. In Neurotrauma: Treatment, Rehabilitation and Related Issues. Miner ME and Wagner KA (ed). Stoneham MA: Butterworth Publishers, 1986, pp. 133-153


13. Hall JW III and Ruth RA. Acoustic reflexes and auditory evoked responses in hearing aid evaluation. Seminars in Hearing 6: 251-277, 1985


14. Hargadine JR and Hall JW III. Evoked response monitoring in the ICU. In Neurotrauma: Treatment, Rehabilitation and Related Issues. In Miner ME and Wagner KA (ed). Stoneham MA: Butterworth Publishers, 1986, pp. 113-132


15. Hall JW III, Fletcher SA, Winkler JB. Pediatric auditory brainstem responses in intensive care units. Seminars in Hearing 8: 103-114, 1987


16. Hall JW III. The auditory brainstem response in acute brain injury. In Atlas of Auditory Evoked Responses. Owen JH and Donohoe C (eds). Orlando FL: Grune and Stratton, 1987


17. Hall JW III. Contemporary tympanometry. Seminars in Hearing 8: 319-327, 1987


18. Hall JW III, Peters-Kripal J, Hepp T. Newborn auditory screening with auditory brainstem response: Measurement problems and solutions. Seminars in Hearing 9: 15-33, 1988


19. Jahrsdoerfer RA, Hall JW III, Gray LC. A review of syndromes that deafen. Bess FH (ed). Hearing Impairment in Children. York Press: Parkton MD, 1988, pp. 57-64

 

20. Hall JW III and Jerger JF. Acoustic immittance measurement in clinical audiology. In Handbook of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. Lass NJ, McReynolds LV, Yoder DE, Northern JL (eds). New York: Thieme, Inc, 1988


21. Hall JW III and Ghorayeb B. Middle ear pathology and conductive hearing loss. In Jacobson JT and Northern JL (eds). Diagnostic Audiology. Austin, TX: PRO-ED Press, 1991, pp. 161-198.


22. Hall JW III. The classic site-of-lesion test battery: Foundation of diagnostic audiology. In Rintelmann W (ed). Hearing Assessment (2nd ed). Austin TX: Pro-Ed Press, 1991, pp. 653-677


23. Hall JW III, Tucker DA, Fletcher SJ and Habersang, R. Auditory evoked responses in the management of head-injured children. In Neurotrauma: Treatment, Rehabilitation and Related Issues (2nd ed). Miner ME and Wagner KA (eds). Stoneham MA: Butterworth Publishers, 1989


24. Hall JW III, Schwaber, MK. Intraoperative electrocochleography in vestibular surgery, In G.P. Jacobson and K. Bouchard (ed). Handbook of Balance Function Testing. New York: B.C. Decker Publisher, 1992


25. Schwaber, M.K., Hall, J.W. III. Monitoring auditory function intraoperatively with ABR and ECochG. In J. Kartush (ed). Intraoperative Monitoring. New York: Raven Press, 1992


26. Hall JW III and Harris D. Auditory evoked responses and computed evoked response topography in acutely injured and recovering head injured patients. In Jacobson JT (ed). Auditory Evoked Responses: Principles and Applications. Needham, MA: Allyn & Bacon, 1994


27. Jacobson JT and Hall JW III. Pediatric auditory brainstem response: Normative aspects. Auditory Evoked Responses: Principles and Applications. Jacobson JT (ed). Needham, MA: Allyn & Bacon, 1994


28. Hall JW III and Chandler D. Clinical tympanometry. In Handbook of Clinical Audiology. Katz J (ed). Baltimore: William & Wilkens, 1994


29. Musiek FE, Borenstein S, Hall JW III and Schwaber MK. Auditory brainstem response in neurodiagnosis and neuromonitoring. In Handbook of Clinical Audiology. Katz J (ed). Baltimore: William & Wilkens, 1994


30. Hall JW III, Hackett T, Clymer M. Diagnostic audiology and hearing aids. In Diseases of the Nose, Throat, Ear, Head, and Neck, 15th edition. Ballenger JJ ed). Williams & Wilkins, 1995


31. Chase P.A., Hall J.W. III, Werkhaven J. Medical and audiologic assessment and management of sensorineural hearing loss in children. Pediatric Audiology (J Clark, F Martin, eds). Needham, MA: Allyn & Bacon, 1995


32. Hall JW III. Assessment of Central Auditory Processing Disorders. In Communication Problems in Childhood (R Tamhne, FP Glascoe, eds). Oxford/New York: Radcliffe Medical Press, 1996


33. Hall JW III, Rupp KA. Auditory brainstem response: Recent developments in recording and analysis. Electrophysiology in Otolaryngology (BR Alford, J Jerger, HA, Jenkins, eds). Basel: Karger, 1997, pp. 21-45


34. Bratt G., Freeman, B., Hall J.W. III, Windmill I. (1996). Audiologists as an entry point to health care: Models and perspectives. Seminars in Hearing, 17 (3), 227-234


35. Hall JW III. Assessment of peripheral and central auditory function. In Bailey B (ed). Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. (2nd ed). New York: Lippincott-Raven Publishers, 1998, pp. 1913-1931


36. Haynes DS, Fortune DS, Hall JW III. Tinnitus Assessment and Management. Otolaryngology Clinics of North America, 1998


37. Sanders JW, Hall JW III. Clinical masking. In Rintelmann W, Musiek F (eds). Current Perspectives in Hearing Assessment. (3rd ed). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon, 1999


38. Hall JW III and Oliver-Penn, Terrey. Diagnostic pediatric audiology. In Pediatric Audiology (V Newton, ed), 2000


39. Hall JW III and Antonelli P. (2002). Audiologic assessment of peripheral and central auditory function. In Bailey B (ed). Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. (3rd ed). New York: Lippincott-Raven Publishers, pp. 1913-1931


40. Hall JW III & Lewis MS. Diagnostic audiology and hearing aids. In Ballenger’s Diseases of the Nose, Throat, Ear, Head, and Neck, 16th edition. (JB Snow, Jr, ed). Williams & Wilkins, 2003


41. Hall JW III and Antonelli P. (2005). Audiologic assessment of peripheral and central auditory function. In Bailey B (ed). Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. (4th ed). New York: Lippincott-Raven Publishers


42. Hall JW III & Johnston K. Diagnostic audiology and hearing aids. In Ballenger’s Diseases of the Nose, Throat, Ear, Head, and Neck, 17th edition. (JB Snow, Jr. and Wackym PA (eds), Williams & Wilkins, 2009


43. Hall JW III & Johnston K. Auditory electrophysiology. In Handbook of Auditory Processing Disorders (G Chermak & F Musiek, eds). San Diego: Plural Publishing, 2007


44. Hall JW III and Bondurant LM. Neuro-diagnostic paediatric audiology. In Paediatric Audiological Medicine (2nd Ed.) VE Newton (ed), London: Wiley- Blackwell, 2009, pp. 72- 89


45. Hall JW III & Johnston KN. Diagnostic audiology, hearing instruments and aural habilitation. In JB Snow & PA Wackym, eds. Ballenger’s Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery (17th edition). Shelton CT: People’s Medical Publishing House, 2009


46. Hall JW III, Bantwal A, Ramkumar V, Chhabria N. Electrophysiologic assessment of hearing with auditory middle latency and auditory late responses. In R Seewald and AM Tharpe (eds). Comprehensive Handbook of Pediatric Audiology. San Diego: Plural Publishing (2011)


47. Hall JW III. Application of FM technology in management of auditory processing disorder (APD) in triplicate. In Madell J & Flexer CA. (eds). Pediatric Audiology Case Book. New York: Thieme (2011)


48. Hensley, BN., Bantwal A. & Hall JW III, Comprehensive diagnostic audiology. Kirtane MV, de Souza CE, Sanna M & Devaiah AK (eds). Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery. Delhi: Thieme International (2013), pp. 56-71


49. Bantwal A & ,Hall JW III. Physiology of Hearing. Sanna, de Souza, Kirtane & Devaiah (eds). Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery. Kirtane MV, de Souza CE, Sanna M & Devaiah AK (eds). Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery. Delhi: Thieme International (2013), pp. 46-55


50. Bantwal A & Hall JW III. (Central) auditory processing disorders. Kirtane MV, de Souza CE, Sanna M & Devaiah AK (eds). Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery. Delhi: Thieme International (2013), pp. 285-300


51. Hall JW III. (2011). Objective measures of auditory function. In JE Peck (Ed) Pseudohypacusis: False and Exaggerated Hearing Loss. San Diego: Plural Publishing, pp. 137-155


52. Hall JW III and Antonelli P. (2012). Audiologic assessment of peripheral and central auditory function. In Bailey B (ed). Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. (5th ed). New York: Lippincott-Raven Publishers


53. Hall JW III and Bantwal A (2015). Historical foundation of central auditory processing disorder. In Musiek FE & Chermak GD (eds). Handbook of Central Auditory Processing Disorder: Volume II. Auditory Neuroscience and Diagnostics (2nd ed). San Diego: Plural Publishing.


54. Hall JW III, Zayat Z, Aghamolaei, M. Clinical measurement and application of cortical auditory evoked responses. In Madell JR, Flexer C, Wolfe J & Schafer E (eds). Pediatric Audiology (3rd ed). New York: Thieme Publishers, 2018


55. Hall JW III & Momtaz S. Current and emerging clinical applications of auditory steady state responses (ASSR).


FOREWORDS WRITTEN FOR BOOKS:


1. Clark M. A Practical Guide to Quality Interaction with Children Who Have a Hearing Loss. San Diego: Plural Publishing, 2006


2. Rance G (ed). Auditory Steady-State Response: Generation, Recording, and Clinical Applications. San Diego: Plural Publishing, 2007


3, Henry JA, Zaugg TL, Myers PJ & Kendall CJ. Progressive Tinnitus Management: Clinical Handbook for Audiologists. San Diego: Plural Publishing, 2010


4. Jerger J, Martin J & Fitzharris K (2014). Auditory Event-Related Potentials to Words: Implications for Audiologists. San Diego: Plural Publishing


EDITORIALS:


1. Hall JW III. (2014). So Many Ears and So Few Audiologists. The Hearing Journal, February 25.


2. Hall JW III (2015). Thinking globally about audiology education. Audiology Today (May/June), 27, 72-73


3. Hall JW III (2015). Expanding and enhancing audiology education globally. Audiology Today (July/August), 27, 70-71


4. Hall JW III. (2016). Education of Audiologists in Underserved Regions of the World. The Hearing Journal, 69 (3) (March)


5. Hall JW III. (2017). Hidden Hearing Loss: An Audiologist’s Perspective. The Hearing Journal, 70 (1) (January)


6. Hall JW III (2017). Audiology education: Innovative international initiatives. Audiology Today (May/June), 29, 84-85


BOOKS OR MONOGRAPHS: EDITED


1. Hall JW III (guest ed). Immittance audiometry. Seminars in Hearing 8: 1987


2. Hall JW III (ed). Yearbook in Speech, Language, and Hearing. Chicago: Mosby-Yearbook Publishers, 1990


3. Hall JW III (ed). Yearbook in Speech, Language, and Hearing. Chicago: Mosby-Yearbook Publishers, 1991


4. Bess FH and Hall JW III (eds). Screening Auditory Function of Children. Nashville, TN: Bill Wilkerson Press, 1992


5. Hall JW III (ed). Otoacoustic emissions: Facts and fantasies. The Hearing Journal (November 1992) 


BOOKS (SINGLE AUTHOR OR CO-AUTHOR):


1. Hall JW III (1992). Handbook of Auditory Evoked Responses. Needham, MA: Allyn & Bacon, (871 pp)


2. Hall JW III and Mueller HG III (1997). Audiologists Desk Reference, Volume I. San Diego: Singular Publishing Group, (904 pp), 2nd edition under revision


3. Mueller HG III and Hall JW III (1998). Audiologists Desk Reference, Volume II. San Diego: Singular Publishing Group, (920 pp)


4. Hall JW III (2000). Handbook of Otoacoustic Emissions. San Diego: Singular Publishing Group


5. Hall JW III (2007). The New Handbook of Auditory Evoked Responses. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon


6. Hall JW III & Swanepoel D (2010). Objective Assessment of Hearing Loss. San Diego: Plural Publishing


7. Dhar S & Hall JW III (2011). Otoacoustic Emissions: Principles, Procedures, and Protocols. San Diego: Plural Publishing


8. Hall JW III (2014) Introduction to Audiology Today. Boston: Pearson Educational


9. Hall JW III (2015) eHandbook of Auditory Evoked Responses. Kindle Direct Publishing, Amazon.com


10. Dhar S & Hall JW III (2018). Otoacoustic Emissions: Principles, Procedures, and Protocols (2nd Ed). San Diego: Plural Publishing