Jessica J. Messersmith, Ph.D.

Communication Sciences and Disorders  University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD, United States 
"Jessica Messersmith"

Dr. Messersmith's teaching interests include psychoacoustics which is the psychophysical study of acoustics, and multiple facets of cochlear implants including but not limited to cochlear implant signal processing, and post-implant performance. Dr. Messersmith's research interests include application of psychophysical measurement to studies of individuals with cochlear implants to evaluate post-implant performance.

Mean distance: 17.43 (cluster 23)


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Walt Jesteadt grad student 2008 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
 (Detection and discrimination of brief increments.)
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Messersmith JJ, Jorgensen LE, Malepsy JA. (2015) Reduction in high-frequency hearing aid gain can improve performance in patients with contralateral cochlear implant - A Pilot Study. American Journal of Audiology
Jorgensen LE, Messersmith JJ. (2015) Impact of Aging and Cognition on Hearing Assistive Technology Use Seminars in Hearing. 36: 162-174
Messersmith JJ. (2015) Eardrum perfs and language spurtsan audiologist is flummoxed when a toddler—her own—stops talking Asha Leader. 20
Messersmith JJ, Lockie J, Jorgensen L, et al. (2014) Legislation impacting audiology and the provision of audiological services: a review of legislation across the United States. American Journal of Audiology. 23: 142-50
Jorgensen LE, Messersmith JJ. (2014) Patient referrals: When its OK not to know Hearing Journal. 67: 2
Messersmith JJ. (2014) You're going where? Asha Leader. 19: 32-33
Jorgensen LE, Messersmith JJ. (2013) Patient referrals: When it's ok not to know Hearing Journal. 66
Messersmith JJ. (2011) Cochlea under construction Asha Leader. 16
Messersmith JJ, Patra H, Jesteadt W. (2010) The effect of narrow-band noise maskers on increment detection. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 128: 2973-87
Schairer KS, Messersmith J, Jesteadt W. (2008) Use of psychometric-function slopes for forward-masked tones to investigate cochlear nonlinearity. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 124: 2196-215
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