Welcome to the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Faculty

Seeman

Scott E Seeman

Ph.D., CCC-A

Assistant Professor

(Audiology)

Office Address: 313H Fairchild Hal
Office Phone: 309-438-5707
Office Hours: By appointment
Email: Contact Scott Seeman (sseeman)
Website: Visit Scott Seeman’s Website
Teaching Schedule:
Teaching Interests:
Psychoacoustics

Anatomy and Physiology

Instrumentation and Electrophysiology

Hearing Aids
 
Research Interests:
Psychoacoustics

Auditory perception in individuals with hearing loss and cognitive deficits

Amplification

Listening effort
Education:
Ph.D., Speech and Hearing Science, Ohio State University

M.A., Audiology, Kent State University

B.S. Biology, Denison University
Selected Publications:


 

Seeman, S. E., Sims, R. & Townsend, L. (2013). Electrophysiological measures of listening effort. Poster presented at the American Auditory Society meeting in Scottsdale AZ, March 2013.

Seeman, S.E., & Patra, H. (2013). Effects of Masker Envelope Fluctuations and Temporal Uncertainties on Overshoot” . Poster presented at the American Auditory Society meeting in Scottsdale AZ, March 2013.


Seeman, S. E. & Patra, H. (2012).

Separating the effects of stimulus uncertainty from target-masker similarity. Poster presented at the AAS annual meeting held in Scottsdale, AZ, March 2012.

Seeman, S. E. & Patra, H. (2012). Off-frequency masking effects on intensity discrimination” podium talk presented at the Acoustical Society of America meeting in Kansas City, Missouri, October 2012.