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Tori Gustafson Au.D. CCC-A

Associate Professor

EDUCATION

1987 Associate of Arts - McLennan Community College - Waco, TX

1990 Bachelor of Science in Speech and Hearing Sciences - Texas Tech University - Lubbock, TX

1992 Master of Science in Audiology - Texas Tech University - Lubbock, TX

2003 Doctorate in Audiology - Central Michigan/ Vanderbilt - Mount Pleasant, MI

BOARD CERTIFICATION/ LICENSURE

  • Certificate of Clinical Competence - Audiology, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
  • License to Practice Audiology - Texas

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Unilateral hearing loss
  • Auditory processing disorders

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Harendt, S.E., Aoyama, K., Gustafson, T.J.S., & Sancibrian, S. (accepted). A comparison of Fast ForWord® in the classroom with second graders who speak Spanish and English and those who speak English only, TEJAS. 

Gustafson, T.J.S. (June 2009). TSHA tuned in, Communicologist, 35(3), 9.

Gustafson, T.J.S. (June 2008). Can tables be bridges? 2008 Annual Convention round tables, Communicologist, 34 (3), 9-10.

Hicks, C.B., Gustafson, T.J.S. & Hubik, J. (2008). Students with hearing impairment with aspirations to pursue postsecondary education: status of transition plans in the State of Texas, TEJAS, 55-63.

Gustafson, T.J.S., Hicks, C.B. & Ickes, W.K. (2006). A Few "Aud" Memories, TEJAS, 31-34.

Gustafson, T.J.S. & Hicks, C.B. (2007).  Issues in Ordering FM Systems for Your School, Educational Audiology Review, 23(5), 22-23.

Gustafson, T.J.S., & Keith, R. (2005). Relationship of auditory processing categories as determined by the staggered spondaic word test (SSW) to speech-language and other auditory processing test results, Journal of Educational Audiology, 12, 47-56.

Gustafson, T.J.S., & Hamill, T.A. (1995). Differences in localization ability in cases of right vs. left unilateral simulated-conductive hearing loss, Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 6, 142-128.

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