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University of South Florida · College of Behavioral & Community Sciences · Communication Sciences & Disorders

Buckley, Kristi, Ph.D., CCC-A

Education
B.S. University of Texas at Dallas 1997
M.S. University of Texas at Dallas 1999
Ph.D. University of Texas at Dallas 2008

Teaching
  • Introduction to Hearing Science
  • Introduction to Aural Rehabilitation
  • Introduction to Clinical Processes
  • Introduction to Hearing Disorders (on-line)
  • Introduction to Aural Rehabilitation (on-line)
Recent Publications

Buckley, K. and Tobey, E., (2011), Cross-Modal Plasticity Limits Speech Perception with a Cochlear Implant. Ear & Hearing, Feb; 32 (1); 2-15

Wang N.Y., Eisenberg L.S., Johnson K.C., Fink N.E., Tobey E.A., Quittner A.L., Niparko J.K.; and the CDaCI Investigative Team (2008)Tracking development of speech recognition: longitudinal data from hierarchical assessments in the Childhood Development after Cochlear Implantation Study. Otology Neurotology, Feb;29(2):240-5.

Lin, F., Quittner, A., Wang, N., Fink, N., Eisenberg, L., Tobey, E., Niparko, J. and the CDaCI Investigative Team., (2008) Understanding the relative importance of clinical speech and language measures in young deaf children: association with parental perceptions. Otology & Neurotology, Feb 29 (2): 208-13.

Fink, N., Wang, N., Quittner, A., Eisenberg, L., Tobey, E., Niparko, J. and the CDaCI Investigative Team., (2007) Childhood Development after Cochlear Implantation (CDaCI): Design and Baseline Characteristics. Cochlear Implants International, Jun; (8): 92-116.

Tobey, E., Wiessner, N., Lane, J., Sundarrajan, M., Buckley, K. and Sullivan, J.  (2007) Phoneme accuracy as a function of mode of communication in pediatric cochlear implantation.  J. Audiological Medicine, 5(4): 283–292.

Eisenberg, L., Johnson, K., Martines, A., Cokely, C., Tobey, E., Quittner, A., Fink, N., Wang, N., Niparko, J. and the CDaCI Investigative Team., (2006) Speech Recognition at 1-Year Follow-Up in the Childhood Development after Cochlear Implantation Study: Methods and Preliminary Findings. Audiology and Neurootology, 12;11(4):259-268.

Tobey, E., Rekart, D., Buckley, K. and Geers, A., (2004), Mode of Communication and Classroom Placement Impact on Speech Intelligibility, Archives of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, May;130(5):639-43.