Candace Hicks, Ph.D., CCC-A
Associate Professor and Program Director
1992 Bachelor of Science in Education: Communication Disorders - Arkansas State University - Jonesboro, AR
1995 Master of Science in Communication Disorders (Audiology) - Purdue University - West Lafayette, IN
2000 Doctor of Philosophy in Hearing and Speech Science; Minor: Infant and Child Development - Vanderbilt University - Nashville, TN
BOARD CERTIFICATION/ LICENSURE
- Certificate of Clinical Competence - Audiology, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
- License to Practice Audiology - Texas
- To determine the effort and fatigue caused by listening in less than optimal listening conditions, particularly in school-age children
- To evaluate the use of amplification/ assistive devices for children in school environments
- To evaluate the speech perception of children as related to hearing impairment and listening in typical school environments
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. (31), 55-63.
Hicks, C. B., & Ohde, R. N. (2005). Developmental Role of Static, Dynamic, and Contextual Cues in Speech Perception. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 48 (4), 960-974.
Hicks, C. B., & Tharpe, A. M. (2002). Listening Effort and Fatigue in School-Age Children with and without Hearing Loss.” Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 45 (3), 573-584.
Hicks, C. B., Tharpe, A. M., & Ashmead, D. A. (2000). Behavioral Auditory Assessment of Two-Month Old Infants. American Journal of Audiology, 9 (2), 124-130.