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Linguistics research publications

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Professor Trevor Johnston

In preparation

Johnston, T., Cresdee, D., Schembri, A., & Woll, B. (in preparation). Variation and change in a signed language: the frequency and distribution of two signs for "finish" and their variants in the Auslan (Australasian sign language) corpus. Paper presented at the 11 Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research, 10-13 July 2013, University College London.

Johnston, T. (in preparation). Why are there so few idioms in signed languages? Based on paper presented at the 3rd UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, University of Hertfordshire: 6-8 July 2010.

Johnston, T. (in preparation). Pronouns and symbolic indexicals in signed languages and spoken languages: a difference of degree or kind? Based on paper presented at the International Society for Gesture Studies, Frankfurt/Oder, 2010.

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In press or under review

Johnston, T. (under review). Pointing signs are symbolic indexicals in spoken languages and signed languages.

Cresdee, D., & Johnston, T. (in press). Using corpus-based research to inform the teaching of Auslan as a second language: the example of verb aspect marking. In D. McKee, R. Rosen & R. McKee (Eds.), Signed languages as second language: International perspectives on teaching and learning.

Schembri, A., Cormier, K., Fenlon, J., & Johnston, T. (in press). Documentary and corpus approaches to sign language research. In E. Orfanidou, G. Morgan & B. Woll (Eds.), Research Methods in Sign Language Studies: A Practical Guide. London: Wiley-Blackwell.

Ferrara, L., & Johnston, T. (in press). Elaborating who's what: A study of depiction and grammar in Auslan (Australian Sign Language). Australian Journal of Linguistics.

Hodge, G., & Johnston, T. (in press). Points, depictions, gestures and enactment: Partly lexical and non-lexical signs as core elements of single clause-like units in Auslan (Australian sign language). Australian Journal of Linguistics.

Schembri, A., & Johnston, T. (in press). Usage-based grammars and sign languages: Evidence from Auslan. In S. Wilcox & T. Janzen (Eds.), Sign Language Cognitive Linguistics. Amsterdam: New York & Berlin.

Corpora Johnston, T. 2008. Corpus of grammar and discourse strategies of deaf native users of Auslan (Australian Sign Language), Endangered Languages Archive, SOAS, University of London. http://elar.soas.ac.uk/node/3. Public access from 2012.

Johnston, T., & Schembri, A. 2006. Sociolinguistic Variation in Auslan corpus. Macquarie University. Limited access on application.

Refereed journal articles

Johnston, T. (2013). Formational and functional characteristics of pointing signs in a corpus of Auslan (Australian sign language): are the data sufficient to posit a grammatical class of 'pronouns' in Auslan? Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, 9(1), 109-159.

Major, G., Napier, J., Ferrara, L., & Johnston, T. (2012). Exploring lexical gaps in Australian Sign Language for the purposes of health communication. Communication and Medicine, 9(1), 37-47. doi: DOI: 10.1558/cam.v9i1.37

Johnston, T., & Ferrara, L. (2012). Lexicalization in signed languages: when is an idiom not an idiom? Proceedings the 3rd UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, University of Hertfordshire: 6-8 July 2010. Volume 1: http://www.uk-cla.org.uk/proceedings

Johnston, T. (2012). Lexical frequency in signed languages. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education. 17(2), 163-193 doi: 10.1093/deafed/enr036

McKee, R., Schembri, A., McKee, D., & Johnston, T. (2011). Variable 'subject' Presence in Australian Sign Language and New Zealand Sign Language. Language Variation and Change, 23, 1-24

Johnston, T., & Schembri, A. 2010. Variation, lexicalization and grammaticalization in signed languages. Langage et Société, 131 mars 2010, 19-35.

Johnston, T. 2010. From archive to corpus: transcription and annotation in the creation of signed language corpora. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 15(1), 106-131

Johnston, T., & Napier, J. 2010. Medical Signbank: bringing deaf people and linguists together in the process of language development. Sign Language Studies, Winter 10(2), 258-275

de Beuzeville, L., Johnston, T., & Schembri, A. 2009. The Use of Space with Indicating Verbs in Auslan: A corpus based investigation. Sign Language & Linguistics, 12(1), 53-82

Schembri, A., McKee, D., McKee, R. L., Johnston, T., Goswell, D., & Pivac, S. 2009. Phonological variation and change in Australian and New Zealand Sign Languages: The location variable. Language Variation and Change, 21(2), 193-231.

Schembri, A., & Johnston, T. 2007. Sociolinguistic Variation in the Use of Fingerspelling in Australian Sign Language: A Pilot Study. Sign Language Studies, 7(3).

Johnston, T. 2006. Response to Comments on "W(h)ither the Deaf Community: Population, Genetics, and the Future of Australian Sign Language". Sign Language Studies, 6(2), 225-243.

Johnston, T. 2006. W(h)ither the Deaf Community? Population, Genetics, and the Future of Australian Sign Language. Sign Language Studies, 6(2), 137-173 (reprinted).

Johnston, T. 2005. In one's own image: ethics and the reproduction of deafness. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 10(4).

Johnston, T. 2004. The assessment and achievement of proficiency in a Native Sign Language within a sign bilingual program: The pilot Auslan receptive skills test. Deafness and Education International, 6(2), 57-81.

Johnston, T. 2004. Sign bilingual education programs and the need for language resources. Australian Journal of Education of the Deaf, 10, 26-34.

Johnston, T. 2003. W(h)ither the deaf community? Population, genetics, and the future of Auslan. American Annals of Deaf, 148(5), 358-375.

Johnston, T. 2003. Language standardization and signed language dictionaries. Sign Language Studies, 3(4), 431-468.

Johnston, T., Leigh, G., & Foreman, P. 2002. The implementation of the principles of sign bilingualism in a self-described sign bilingual program: Implications for the evaluation of language outcomes. Australian Journal of Education of the Deaf, 8, 38-46.

Johnston, T. 2002. The Representation of English using Auslan: Implications for deaf bilingualism and English literacy. Australian Journal of Education of the Deaf, 8, 23-37.

Schembri, A., Adam, R., Wigglesworth, G., Johnston, T., Barker, R., & Leigh, G. 2002. Issues in development of the Test Battery for Auslan Morphology and Syntax Project. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 7(1), 18-40.

Johnston, T. 2001. The lexical database of Auslan (Australian Sign Language). Sign Language & Linguistics, 4(1/2), 145-169. (Special edition: "Databases, transcription and tagging tools").

Johnston, T. 2001. Nouns and verbs in Auslan (Australian Sign Language): an open and shut case? Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 6(4), 235-257.

Books

Johnston, T., & Schembri, A. 2007. Auslan (Australian Sign Language): An Introduction to Sign Language Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Johnston, T., & Schembri, A. (Eds.). 2003. The Survival Guide to Auslan: a beginner's pocket dictionary of Australian Sign Language. Sydney: North Rocks Press.

Chapters in books, refereed conference proceedings

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Johnston, T. & Schembri, A. 2013 Corpus Analysis of Sign Language. In Carol Chapelle (General Editor) Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. London: Wiley-Blackwell.

Schembri, A., & Johnston, T. 2012. Sociolinguistic variation and change in sign languages. In R. Cameron, C. Lucas & R. Bayley (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Sociolinguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Schembri, A., & Johnston, T. 2012. Sociolinguistic variation and change. In R. Pfau, M. Steinbach & B. Woll (Eds.), Sign Languages (Vol. Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science), pp 788-816. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter

Cormier, K., Fenlon, J., Johnston, T., Rentelis, R., Schembri, A., Rowley, K., Adam, R., & Woll, B. 2012. From Corpus to Lexical Database to Online Dictionary: Issues in Annotation of the BSL Corpus and the Development of BSL SignBank. In O. Crasborn, E. Efthimiou, E. Fotinea, T. Hanke, J. Kristoffersen & J. Mesch (Eds.), Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on the Representation and Processing of Sign Languages: Interactions between Corpus and Lexicon [Workshop as part of 8th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, LREC] (pp. 7-12). Istanbul, Turkey. Istanbul, Turkey 21-27 May 2012.

Schembri, A., Cormier, K. A., Johnston, T., McKee, D., McKee, R. L., & Woll, B. 2010. British, Australian and New Zealand sign languages: Origins, transmission, variation and change. In D. Brentari (Ed.), Sign languages. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Johnston, T. 2009. Creating a corpus of Auslan within an Australian National Corpus. In K. Burridge, M. Haugh, J. Mulder & P. Peters (Eds.), HSCNet Workshop Proceedings: Designing the Australian National Corpus, UNSW, Sydney, 4-5 December 2008. Sydney: HSCNet.

Cassidy, S., & Johnston, T. 2009. Ingesting the Auslan Corpus into the DADA Annotation Store. In M. Stede& C.-R. Huang (Eds.), LAW III: 3rd Linguistic Annotation Workshop: Proceedings of the Workshop (pp. 154-157). Suntec, Singapore (6-7 August 2009): ACL &AFNLP, USA (ISSBN 978-1-932432-52-7).

Johnston, T. 2008. From archive to corpus: transcription and annotation in the creation of signed language corpora. In R. Roxas (Ed.), 22nd Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information, and Computation (pp. 16-29). Manila: De La Salle University.

Johnston, T., & Schembri, A. 2007. Testing language description through language documentation, archiving and corpus creation: the case of indicating verbs in the Auslan Archive Corpus. In P. K. Austin, O. Bond & D. Nathan (Eds.), Proceedings of Conference on Language Documentation and Linguistic Theory (pp. 145-154). London: SOAS.

Johnston, T., Vermeerbergen, M., Schembri, A., Leeson, L. 2007. "Real data are messy": Considering cross-linguistic analysis of constituent ordering in Australian Sign Language (Auslan), Vlaamse Gebarentaal (VGT), and Irish Sign Language (ISL). In P. Perniss, R. Pfau& M. Steinbach (Eds.), Proceedings of the Workshop on Sign Languages: A Cross-linguistic Perspective, Mainz, Germany, March 25-27, 2004 (pp. 163-205). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

de Beuzeville, L., & Johnston, T. 2007. The role of visual representation in a signed language: evidence from native signing deaf children acquiring Auslan (Australian Sign Language). In S. Buescher& K. Holley (Eds.), Proceedings of the Sixth High Desert Linguistics Conference, November 4-6, 2004, University of New Mexico (Vol. 6, pp. 109-120). Albuquerque, NM: High Desert Linguistics Society.

Johnston, T., & Schembri, A. 2006. Issues in the creation of a digital archive of a signed language. In L. Barwick & N. Thieberger (Eds.), Sustainable data from digital fieldwork (pp. 7-16). Sydney: University of Sydney.

Schembri, A., Johnston, T., & Goswell, D. 2006. NAME dropping: Location variation in Australian Sign Language. In C. Lucas (Ed.), Multilingualism and sign languages: From the great plains to Australia:. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.

Johnston, T. 2003. BSL, Auslan and NZSL: Three signed languages or one? In A. Baker & B. van den Bogaerde & O. Crasborn (Eds.), Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research. Hamburg: SignumVerlag.

Johnston, T. 2000. Sign Language Research: by whom and for whom? In Australian Association of the Deaf (Ed.), Unity and Diversity: XIII World Congress of the World Federation of the Deaf (Brisbane (Qld) Australia, July 25-31, 1999). (pp.123-138). Brisbane: Australian Association of the Deaf Inc.

Schembri, A., Wigglesworth, G., Johnston, T., Leigh, G., Adam, R., & Barker, R. 2000. The Test Battery for Australian Sign Language Morphology and Syntax Project: Noun-Verb Pairs in Auslan. In A. Schembri & J. Napier & R. Beattie & G. Leigh (Eds.),Deaf Studies, Sydney 1998: Selected papers from the Australasian Deaf Studies Research Symposium, Renwick College, August 22-23, 1998 (pp. 99-118). Sydney: North Rocks Press.

Internet websites

Johnston, T. 2009. Medical Signbank. www.auslan.org.au. Sydney: Macquarie University.

Johnston, T. 2005. Auslan Signbank. www.auslan.org.au. Sydney: Catalyst Communications & Training, Pty Ltd.

 


Dr John Knox

Citation information about the publications below can be found at Google Scholar.

Edited volume

  1. Knox, J. S. (Ed.) (2012). To boldly proceed: Papers from the 39th International Systemic Functional Congress. Sydney: 39th ISFC Organising Committee. Available online: http://www.isfla.org/Systemics/Conferences/ISFC39_2012_proceedings.pdf

Journal articles (in reverse chronological order)

  1. Riazi, M. & Knox, J. S. (2013). An investigation of the relations between test takers' first language and the discourse of written performance on the IELTS Academic Writing Test, Task 2. IELTS Research Report Series No.2, 2013. http://www.ielts.org/researchers
  2. Carreon, J. R., Watson Todd, R., & Knox, J. S. (2013). Medical tourism communication of a Thai private hospital website. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice, 8(2), 165-185. [abstract]
  3. Caple, H., & Knox, J. S. (2012). Online news galleries, photojournalism and the photo essay. Visual Communication, 11(2), 207-236. [abstract]
  4. Burns, A., & Knox, J. S. (2011). Classrooms as complex adaptive systems: A relational model. TESL-EJ , 15(1). Available online: http://www.tesl-ej.org/wordpress/issues/volume15/ej57/ej57a1/
  5. Knox, J. S. (2009). Visual minimalism in hard news: Thumbnail faces on the smh online home page. Social Semiotics, 19(2), 165-189. [abstract]
  6. Knox, J. S. (2009). Punctuating the home page: Image as language in an online newspaper. Discourse and Communication, 3(2), 145-172. [abstract]

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  1.  Hall, D. R., & Knox, J. S. (2009). Issues in the education of TESOL teachers by distance education Distance Education, 30(1), 63 - 85. [abstract]
  2. Knox, J. S. (2007). Visual-verbal communication on online newspaper home pages. Visual Communication, 6(1), 19-53. [abstract]
  3. Knox, J. S. (1999). Culture and language: What do our students need? ThaiTESOL Bulletin, 12(1), 41-52.
  4. Knox, J. S. (1996). Choice in English testing methods: A case for communicative language testing in Thailand. Studies in Language and Language Teaching, 6, 1-8.

Book chapters (in reverse chronological order)

  1. Djonov, E., Knox, J. S., & Zhao, S. (forthcoming, 2015). Interpreting websites in educational contexts: A social-semiotic, multimodal approach. In P. Smeyers, D. Bridges, N. Burbules & M. Griffiths (Eds.), International handbook of interpretation in educational research methods. New York: Springer. [accepted November, 2012]
  2. Djonov, E., & Knox, J. S. (2014). How to analyze webpages. In S. Norris & C. D. Maier (Eds.), Interactions, images and texts: A reader in multimodality (pp. 171-193). Boston/Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. [publisher]
  3. Knox, J. S. (2014). Online newspapers: Structure and layout. In C. Jewitt (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of multimodal analysis (2nd ed.) (pp. 440-449). London: Routledge. [publisher ]
  4. Hall, D. R. & Knox, J. S. (2012). Rewards and challenges of online program administration. In L. England (Ed.), Online Language Teacher Education: TESOL Perspectives (pp. 166-171). London & New York: Routledge. [publisher | Google books]
  5. Hall, D. R. & Knox, J. S. (2012). Investigating assessment in online discussions: A case study of peer assessment in an LTED course. In L. England (Ed.), Online Language Teacher Education: TESOL Perspectives (pp. 137-153). London & New York: Routledge. [publisher | Google books]
  6. Legg, M. & Knox, J. S. (2012). Reflections on learning TESOL at a distance. In L. England (Ed.), Online Language Teacher Education: TESOL Perspectives  (pp. 54-63). London & New York: Routledge. [publisher | Google books]
  7. Knox, J. S., Patpong, P., & Piriyasilpa, Y. (2010). ข่าวหน้าหนึ่ง (Khao naa nung): A multimodal analysis of Thai-language newspaper pages. In M. Bednarek & J. R. Martin (Eds.), New discourse on language: Functional perspectives on multimodality, identity, and affiliation (pp. 80-110). London: Continuum. [publisher | Google books]
  8. Knox, J. S. (2010). Online newspapers: Evolving genres, evolving theory. In C. Coffin, T. Lillis & K. O'Halloran (Eds.), Applied Linguistics methods: A reader (pp. 33-51). London: Routledge. [publisher | Google books]
  9. Hall, D. R., & Knox, J. S. (2009). Language teacher education by distance. In A. Burns & J. C. Richards (Eds.), Cambridge guide to second language teacher education (pp. 218-229). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [publisher]
  10. Knox, J. S. (2008). Online newspapers and TESOL classrooms: A multimodal perspective. In L. Unsworth (Ed.), Multimodal semiotics: Functional analysis in contexts of education (pp. 139-158). London: Continuum. [Google books]
  11. Knox, J. S., & Patpong, P. (2008). Reporting bloodshed in Thai newspapers: A comparative case study of English and Thai. In E. Thomson & P. R. R. White (Eds.), Communicating conflict: Multilingual case studies of the news media (pp. 173-202). London: Continuum. [Google books]
  12. Knox, J. S. (2007). Foreign eyes on Thailand: An ESP project for EFL learners. In A. Burns & H. de Silva Joyce (Eds.), Planning and teaching creatively within a required curriculum for adults (pp. 119-142). Alexandria: TESOL. [publisher]
  13. Burns, A., & Knox, J. S. (2005). Realisation(s): Systemic-functional linguistics and the language classroom. In N. Bartels (Ed.), Applied linguistics and language teacher education (pp. 235-259). New York: Springer. [publisher | Google books]

Refereed encyclopedia entry

  1. Knox, J. S. (2013). Multimodality and systemic functional analysis. In C. A. Chapelle (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics (pp. 4082-4089). Oxford: Wiley Blackwell. [publisher]

Theses (in reverse chronological order)

  1. Knox, J. S. (2009). Multimodal discourse on online newspaper home pages: A social-semiotic perspective. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Sydney, Sydney. [download]
  2. Knox, J. S. (1997). Standing at the portals of power: English language education as a foreign gatekeeping encounter. Unpublished M.App.Ling. dissertation, Macquarie University, Sydney.

Non-refereed publications (in reverse chronological order)

  1. Hall, D. R. & Knox, J. S. (2013). Macquarie University Postgraduate Programs in Applied Linguistics. A contribution to A Case for Online English Language Teacher Education.Monterey, CA: The International Research Foundation for English Language Education. Retrieved from
    http://www.tirfonline.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/TIRF_OLTE_CaseReport7_HallKnox.pdf
    .
  2. Knox, J. S. (2011). A systemic approach to analysing the design of online newspaper home pages. In C. Matthiessen, C. Wu & M. Herke (Eds.), Proceedings of ISFC 35: Voices Around the World, July, 2008 (Vol. 2). Sydney: The 35th ISFC Organizing Committee.
  3. Hall, D. R., & Knox, J. S. (2004). Peer assessment in distance learning. IATEFL's Testing, Evaluation and Assessment SIG Newsletter, 6-13.
  4. Knox, J. S. (1997). Discord and Harmony in the Land of Smiles. Outreach, 6 (2).

Selected conference presentations (in reverse chronological order by category)

Plenary and keynote papers
  1. Knox, J. S. (2013). Mode and multimodality: An attempt to untangle. Invited plenary presented at the Register and Context Symposium 2013: Mode, Text and Texture, February 2013, Sydney.
  2. Knox, J. S. (2012). Online newspapers: Medium, meaning and context. Invited keynote and public lecture presented at the 6th International Conference on Multimodality, August, 2012, London.
  3. Knox, J. S. (2010). Perspectives on teaching Applied Linguistics: From a distance up close. Invited Focus Paper presented at Free Linguistics Conference 2010, October, 2010, Sydney.
  4. Knox, J. S. (2007). Visualising the verbal - verbalising the visual: Hard news on an online newspaper home page. Invited keynote presented at Semiotic Margins: Reclaiming Meaning, December, 2007, Sydney.
  5. Knox, J. S. (2005). Problematising language teacher education: SFL, ELT, & PBL. Plenary paper presented at 2nd Latin American Systemic-Functional Linguistics Conference, November, 2005, Concepcion.
  6. Knox, J. S. (2005). Discourse-based approaches to language teaching. Plenary workshop presented at 2nd Latin American Systemic-Functional Linguistics Conference, November, 2005, Concepcion.

Colloquia

  1. Djonov, E., Knox, J. S., & Zhao, S., (Respondents: Bateman, J. & O'Halloran, K.). (2008). Dimensions of hypermedia discourse analysis. Colloquium presented at the 35th International Systemic Functional Congress, July 2008, Sydney
  2. England, L., Hall, D. R. & Knox, J. S., Khalsa, D. K., & Sabino, R. (2008). Online TESOL education: Creative communities of practice. Colloquium presented at the 42nd Annual TESOL Convention, April, 2008, New York City.
  3. van Leeuwen, T. (convenor), Economou, D., Jones, P., Knox, J. S., Zhao, S. (2007). Masterclass on Multimodality. ASFLA 2007 Conference, June, 2007, Wollongong.
  4. Burns, A. & Knox, J. S., Butt, D., & Verspoor, M., (Respondent: Hall, D. R.). (2006). Complexity in language education. Colloquium presented at the ALLE International Conference on Diversity and Community in Applied Linguistics: Interface, Interpretation, Interdisciplinarity, September, 2006, Sydney.
  5. Caffarel, A. & Rechniewski, L., Economou, D., Hoglund, M. B., Knox, J. S. & Patpong, P., Lukin, A., McDonald, E., Sano, M., Thomson, E. & Fukui, N., & White, P. R. R. (2005). Voices of Fear: Multilingual case studies of the news media. Colloquium presented at the 32nd International Systemic Functional Congress, July 2005, Sydney.

Papers

  1. Caple, H. & Knox, J.S. (2013). Exploring the discourse of online news galleries. A paper presented at the 4th New Zealand Discourse Conference, December, 2013, Auckland.
  2. Knox, J. S. (2012). Exploring the discourse of candidate responses to the IELTS test of academic writing. A paper presented at the Association for Language Testing and Assessment of Australia and New Zealand (ALTAANZ) Conference, November, 2012, Sydney.
  3. Hall, D. R. & Knox, J. S. (2011). Language teacher education: Developments in distance learning. A paper presented at AILA 2011: The 16th World Congress of Applied Linguistics, August, 2012, Beijing, China.
  4. Caple, H. & Knox, J. S. (2010). Emerging visual genres in online news. A paper presented at the 5ICOM: The 5th International Conference on Multimodality, December, 2010, Sydney.
  5. Caple, H. & Knox, J. S. (2010). Images in online news: Mapping new news genres. A paper presented at the 37th International Systemic Functional Linguistics Congress, July, 2010, Vancouver.
  6. Hall, D. R., & Knox, J. S. (2008). Problems and rewards in language teacher education by distance. A paper presented at the IATEFL Conference, April 2008, Exeter.
  7. Hall, D. R., & Knox, J. S. (2008). Language teacher education by distance. A paper presented at the American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Conference, March, 2008, Washington DC.
  8. Knox, J. S. (2007). English in new media: A multimodal perspective. A paper presented at the Thai TESOL Conference, January 2007, Bangkok.
  9. Knox, J. S. (2006). Four years of visual-verbal communication in three online newspapers. A paper presented at Multimodal Texts and Multiliteracies: Semiotic Theory and Practical Pedagogy. 2006 National Conference of the Australian Systemic Functional Linguistics Association, September, 2006, Armidale.
  10. Knox, J. S. (2006). A study of the visual-verbal development of news-story design in an online newspaper. A paper presented at TICOM: Third International Conference on Multimodality, May, 2006, Pavia.
  11. Knox, J. S. (2006). Teaching grammar from a discourse perspective. A paper presented at the Thai TESOL Conference, January 2006, Chiang Mai.
  12. Burns, A., & Knox, J. S. (2005). Problematising teacher education: Researching and modelling classrooms. A paper presented at AILA 2005: The 14th World Congress of Applied Linguistics, July 2005, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

Associate Professor Jan-Louis Kruger

Articles in subsidised journals and chapters in books

Kruger, J.L., Szarkowska, A. and Krejtz, I. 2015. Subtitles on the Moving Image: An Overview of Eye Tracking Studies. Refractory: A journal of Entertainment Media, 25.

Kruger, JL and Steyn, F. 2014. Subtitles and eye tracking: reading and performance. Reading Research Quarterly. 49(1): 105-120.

Kruger, J.L., Hefer, E., & Matthew, G. 2014. Attention distribution and cognitive load in a subtitled academic lecture: L1 vs. L2. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 7(5):4, 1-15

Kruger, JL. 2013. Subtitles in the classroom: balancing the benefits of dual coding with the cost of increased cognitive load. Journal for Language Teaching. 47(1): 29-53.

Kruger, JL. 2012. Ideology and Subtitling: South African Soap Operas. Meta, 57(2): 496-509.

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Kruger, J.L., Soto-Sanfiel., M. T., & Doherty, S. 2017. Original language subtitles: their effects on the native and foreign viewer. Comunicar 50.

Szarkowska, A., Krejtz, I., Pilipczuk, O., Łukasz Dutka, Ł., Kruger, J.L. 2016. The effects of text editing and subtitle presentation rate on the comprehension and reading patterns of interlingual and intralingual subtitles among deaf, hard of hearing and hearing viewers. Across Languages and Cultures, 17(2): 183-204.

Wilken, N. and Kruger, J.L. 2016. Putting the audience in the picture: mise-en-shot and psychological immersion in audio described film. Across Languages and Cultures, 17(2): 251-270.

Kruger, J.L. 2016. Psycholinguistics and audiovisual translation. Target: International Journal of Translation Studies, 28(2): 276-287. Doi: 10.1075/target.28.2.08kru

Kruger, J.L., Soto-Sanfiel., M. T., Doherty, S., and Ibrahim, R. 2016. Towards a cognitive audiovisual translatology: Subtitles and embodied cognition. In. Ricardo Muñoz (ed.), Reembedding Translation Process Research. pp.171-194. London: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Kruger, JL. 2012. Making meaning in AVT: eyetracking and viewer construction of narrative. Perspectives: Studies in Translatology.20(1): 67-86.

Kruger, JL. 2010. Audio narration: re-narrativising film.  Perspectives: Studies in Translatology. 18(3): 231-249.

Kruger, JL. 2009. The translation of narrative fiction: impostulating the narrative origo. Perspectives: Studies in Translatology. 17(1):15-32, March.

Kruger, JL. 2008. Subtitler training as part of a general training programme in the language professions. (In: Díaz Cintas, J. 2008. The didactics of audiovisual translation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Translation Library, p71-88).

Kruger, JL, Kruger, H & Verhoef, MM. 2007. Subtitling and the promotion of multilingualism: the case of marginalised languages in South Africa. Linguistica Antverpiensa, Vol. 6: 35-50. 

Kruger, HC & Kruger, JL.  2005.  Existing subtitler training programmes and challenges for South Africa as a developing country. South African Journal of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 23(3): 269-279.

Barnard, A & Kruger, JL.  2005.  Hands as markers of fragmentation in Margaret Atwood's The Blind Assassin. Literator, 23(1), April.

Kruger HC & Kruger JL. 2004. User-based parameters for the training of subtitlers in South Africa.  Southern African Journal of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 22(3-4): 111-124.

Kruger, JL.  2004. Translating traces: deconstruction and the practice of translation. Literator, 25(1): 47-71, April.

Kruger, JL. 1995.  William Carlos Williams's cubism: the sensory dimension.  Literator, 12(3): 34-46, August.

Forthcoming

Kruger, J.L., Fox, W., Doherty, S., and De Lissa, P. (forthcoming). Multimodal measurement of cognitive load during subtitle processing: Same-language subtitles for foreign language viewers. In I. Lacruz and R. Jääskeläinen (eds.), New Directions in Cognitive and Empirical Translation Process Research. London, UK: John Benjamins. Accepted 29/11/2015.

Kruger, J.L., Soto-Sanfiel., M. T., Doherty, S., and Ibrahim, R. (forthcoming). Towards a cognitive audiovisual translatology: Subtitles and embodied cognition. In. R. Muñoz (ed.), Reembedding Translation Process Research. John Benjamins Publishing Company. Accepted 15/04/2015.

Kruger, Haidee and Kruger, J.L. (forthcoming). Cognition and reception. In J. W. Schwieter & A. Ferreira (Eds.), The handbook of translation and cognition. Malden, MA/Oxford, England: Wiley-Blackwell. Accepted 11/12/2015.

Kruger, J.L. (forthcoming). Eye tracking in audiovisual translation research. In Luis Perez-Gonzalez, ed. The Routledge Handbook of Audiovisual Translation Studies. London: Routledge. Accepted 13/11/2015.

Kruger, J.L. (forthcoming). Psycholinguistics and audiovisual translation. Target: International Journal of Translation Studies, 28(2). Accepted 12/08/2015.

Szarkowska, A., Krejtz, I., Pilipczuk, O., Łukasz Dutka, Ł., Kruger, J.L. (forthcoming). The effects of text editing and subtitle presentation rate on the comprehension and reading patterns of interlingual and intralingual subtitles among deaf, hard of hearing and hearing viewers. Across Languages and Cultures, 17(2). Accepted 20/12/2015.

Wilken, N. and Kruger, J.L. (forthcoming). Putting the audience in the picture: mise-en-shot and psychological immersion in audio described film. Across Languages and Cultures, 17(2). Accepted 27/05/2015.

Kruger, J.L and Doherty, S. (forthcoming). Measuring cognitive load in the presence of educational video: towards a multimodal methodology. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology. Accepted 20/06/2016.

Special issues

Kruger, JL, Hefer, E and Matthew, G. 2013. Measuring the impact of subtitles on cognitive load: Eye tracking and dynamic audiovisual texts. Proceedings of Eye Tracking South Africa. 29-31 August 2013, Cape Town.

FIPLV.  2003.  Subtitling as tool in academic language proficiency programmes.   Co-authored by MM Verhoef (CD-Rom).

PALA.  2001.  The focalisation of narratives of history in André P Brink's Sandkastele: towards a translation. In: Proceedings of the Poetics and Linguistics Association Conference, April 1999, Potchefstroom: PU for CHE. pp. 557-567.

Proceedings (peer reviewed)

PALA.  2001.  The focalisation of narratives of history in André P Brink's Sandkastele: towards a translation. In: Proceedings of the Poetics and Linguistics Association Conference, April 1999, Potchefstroom: PU for CHE. pp. 557-567.

FIPLV.  2003.  Subtitling as tool in academic language proficiency programmes.   Co-authored by MM Verhoef (CD-Rom).

Kruger, JL, Hefer, E and Matthew, G. 2013. Measuring the impact of subtitles on cognitive load: Eye tracking and dynamic audiovisual texts. Proceedings of Eye Tracking South Africa. 29-31 August 2013, Cape Town.

Research and/or project reports

Kruger JL, 2003. Training subtitlers in South Africa. Unpublished report: PANSALB.

Kruger, JL & Kruger, HC, 2001. Subtitling in South Africa. Summary Report. PANSALB Occasional Papers no. 4.

Kruger, JL, Verhoef, MM & Kotze, H. 2000. Subtitling in South Africa. Unpublished report: PANSALB.

 

 

Participation in international conferences

2016     Investigating the cognitive processing of subtitles: EEG, eye-tracking and self-report data. Translation and Cognition (TRA&CO) symposium, Germersheim.

2015     Towards a cognitive audiovisual translatology: Subtitles and embodied cognition. Fourth Translation Process Research Workshop. Las Palmas, January. (Co-authors Stephen Doherty, Maria Soto-Sanfiel and Ronny Ibrahim)

2015     Psychological immersion in a foreign language: The effect of same-language subtitles on English foreign language viewers. 6th Media for All Conference, September. (Co-authors Stephen Doherty and Maria Soto-Sanfiel)

2015     Measuring psychological immersion in the presence of SLS: EEG beta coherence and subjective self-reports. Linguistics Society of Southern Africa conference, Potchefstroom.  July. (Co-authors Stephen Doherty, Maria Soto-Sanfiel and Ronny Ibrahim).

2014     The impact of subtitles on psychological immersion. Languages and the Media: 10th International Conference on Language Transfer in Audiovisual Media. Berlin. November. (co-authors Stephen Doherty and Maria Soto-Sanfiel)

2013     Reading behaviour in dynamic scenes and the processing of subtitled academic lectures. European Conference for Eye Movements. Lund, Sweden (August, co-author Faans Steyn).

2013     Attention distribution in academic lectures: eye tracking and performance. European Conference for Eye Movements. Lund, Sweden (August - co-authors, Este Hefer and Gordon Matthew).

2012     Visual attention and comprehension: same-language subtitling in the EAL classroom. International conference on Subtitles and Language Learning. Pavia, Italy. September. (Conference paper delivered).

2012     Creating coherence in university classrooms: subtitling and multilingualism. 4th Conference of the International Association for Translation and Intercultural Studies (IATIS): Translation and the Politics of Recognition. Queen's University, Belfast, July (Conference paper delivered).

2012     Applications of eye tracking in AVT research (part of eye tracking workshop presented by SMI). Languages and the Media conference, Berlin, November.

2011     The processing of code-switching in partial subtitles. Points of view in language and culture: Audiovisual Translation. Krakow, Poland, October. (Conference paper delivered).

2011     Optimising subtitles for educational purposes: an eye-tracking study. LSSA/SAALA/SAALT joint conference. Grahamstown, South Africa, June. (Conference paper delivered).

2011     Eye tracking and AVT: Towards a methodology for investigating film reception. Research Models in Translation Studies II. Manchester University UK, April. (Conference paper delivered).

2010     Making meaning in AVT: re-narrativising film. 8th Languages and the Media conference: New Media - New Contexts. New Translator Profiles? Berlin, Germany, October (Conference paper delivered).

2009     Narratology and AD: Focalisation in written and filmic narrative. Advanced Research Seminar on Audio Description. Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, June (Conference paper delivered).

2008     Defining the position of the audio describer: a narratological perspective. Audiovisual Translation: Multidisciplinary Approaches, University of Montpellier 3, France, June. (Conference paper delivered, co-presenter: Ms H Kruger, NWU). 

2007     Training in AVT. 2nd International Media for All Conference "Text on screen, text on air". Polytechnic Institute of Leiria, Portugal. November. Invited as member of round table.

2007     Educational uses of subtitling: Academic literacy. LSSA/SAALA/SAALT joint conference. North-West University, Potchefstroom, July (Conference paper delivered, co-presenter: Ms SL Ayonghe - University of Buea, Cameroon).

2006     Subtitling as positive intervention: promoting multilingualism in South Africa. 2nd Conference of the International Association for Translation and Intercultural Studies (IATIS): Intervention in Translation, Interpreting and Intercultural Encounters. University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, July (Conference paper delivered).

2004     Training subtitlers in South Africa: The needs of a developing country.  In So Many Words: Language Transfer on the Screen, University of Surrey and University of Surrey Roehampton, London, February.  (Conference paper delivered).

2004       Subtitler training as part of a general language practice training programme. Fourth International Conference on Training and Career Development in Translation and Interpreting: Quality in Translation - Academic and Professional Perspectives, Universidad Europea de Madrid, Madrid, Spain, February (Conference paper delivered).

2004     Subtitling and the promotion of multilingualism in South Africa. Fifth International Languages and the Media conference: Language Transfer in Audiovisual Media, Berlin, Germany, November (Conference paper delivered, co-presenter: Ms H Kruger - North-West University).

2003     Subtitled popular television as a tool in academic language proficiency programmes. FIPLV, Rand Afrikaans University, Johannesburg, South Africa, July (Conference paper delivered, co-presenter: Prof. MM Verhoef - PU for CHE).

2002     Subtitling, literacy and education in South Africa: Putting audio-visual media to work in the classroom. Fourth Languages and the Media Conference, Berlin, Germany, December (Conference paper delivered, co-presenter: Mr L Rafapa - PANSALB).

2002     Subtitling and the empowerment of African languages on television. PANSALB Conference, Pretoria, South Africa, March 2002. (Conference paper delivered, co-presenters: Prof T Selepe, Prof MM Verhoef - PU for CHE).

2001     Translator training and language promotion in South Africa: The role of subtitling in a multilingual society. Fifth Language International Conference, Bloemfontein, South Africa, July (Conference paper delivered, co-presenter: Prof H Gottlieb - University of Copenhagen).

2000 Subtitling in South Africa: Catering for 11 official languages, Third Languages and the Media Conference, Berlin, Germany, October (Conference paper delivered, co-presenter: Prof MM Verhoef - PU for CHE). 

1999 The focalisation of narratives of history in André P. Brink's Sandkastele: towards a translation. Poetics and Linguistics Association, Potchefstroom, South Africa, April (Conference paper delivered). 

1996 William Carlos Williams's cubism. Poetics and Linguistics Association, Belfast, Ireland, April (Conference paper delivered).


Dr Haidee Kruger

Monographs

Kruger, H. 2012. Postcolonial polysystems: The production and reception of translated children's literature in South Africa. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Book chapters

Kruger, H. & Kruger, JL. Forthcoming 2017. Cognition and reception. (In Schwieter, J. & Ferreira, A., eds. The handbook of translation and cognition. London: Wiley-Blackwell.)

Law, M. & Kruger, H. Forthcoming 2016. How editors read: An eye-tracking study of the effects of professional editorial experience and task instruction on reading behaviour. (In Jääskeläinen, R. & Lacruz, I., eds. New directions in cognitive and empirical translation process research (American Translators Association Scholarly Monograph series). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.)

Kruger, H. Forthcoming 2016. A corpus-based study of the effects of editorial intervention: Implications for the features of translated language. (In De Sutter, G., Delaere, I. & Lefer, M.-A., eds. New ways of analysing translational behaviour (TiLSM series). Berlin: De Gruyter.) Accepted, in press.

Kruger, H. 2009. The concepts of domestication and foreignization in the translation of children's literature in the South African educational context. (In Inggs, J. & Meintjes, L., eds. Translation studies in Africa. London: Continuum. p. 161-179.)

Kruger, H. 2008. Training editors in universities: considerations, challenges and strategies. (In Kearns, J., ed. Translator and interpreter training: issues, methods and debates. London: Continuum. p. 39-65.)

Selected journal articles

Van Rooy, B. & Kruger, H. Forthcoming 2016. The innovative progressive aspect of Black South African English: The role of language proficiency and normative processes. International Journal of Learner Corpus Research, 2(2).

Kruger, H. & Van Rooy, B. Forthcoming 2016. Editorial practice and the distinction between error and conventionalised innovation in New Englishes: The progressive in Black South African English. World Englishes.

Kruger, H. & Van Rooy, B. 2016. Syntactic and pragmatic transfer effects in reported-speech constructions in three contact varieties of English influenced by Afrikaans. Language Sciences 56: 118-131.

Kruger, H. 2016. What's happening when nothing's happening? Combining eyetracking and keylogging to explore cognitive processing during pauses in translation production. Across Languages and Cultures, 17(1): 25-52.

Van Rooy, B. & Kruger, H. 2016. Faktore wat die weglating van die Afrikaanse onderskikker dat bepaal [Factors that influence the omission of the Afrikaans complementiser dat 'that']. Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe / Journal of Humanities, 56(1): 102-116.

Kruger, H. 2016. Fluency/resistancy and domestication/foreignisation: A cognitive perspective. Target, 28(1): 1-38.

Kruger, H. & Van Rooy, B. 2016. Constrained language: A multidimensional analysis of translated English and non-native indigenised varieties of English. English World-Wide, 37(1): 26-57.

Van Rooy, B. & Kruger, H. 2015. The case for an emergentist approach. Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus, 48: 41-67.

Redelinghuys, K. & Kruger, H. 2015. Using the features of translated language to investigate translation expertise: a corpus-based study. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 20(3):293-325.

Kruger, H. & Crots, E. 2014.  Professional and personal ethics in translation: a survey of South African translators' translation strategies and motivations. Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus, 43: 147-181.

Kruger, H. & Bevan-Dye, A. 2013. The language editor's role in postgraduate research: a survey of supervisors' perceptions. South African Journal of Higher Education, 27(4):875-899.

Kruger, H. 2013. The translation of cultural aspects in South African children's literature in Afrikaans and English: a micro-analysis. Perspectives: Studies in Translatology, 21(2):156-181.

Kruger, H. 2013. Child and adult readers' processing of foreignised elements in translated South African picturebooks: an eye-tracking study. Target: International Journal of Translation Studies, 25(2):180-227.

Kruger, H. 2012. A corpus-based study of the mediation effect in translated and edited language. Target: International Journal of Translation Studies, 24(2):355-388.

Kruger, H. & Van Rooy, B. 2012. Register and the features of translated language. Across Languages and Cultures, 13(1):33-65.

Kruger, H. 2011. Exploring a new narratological paradigm for the analysis of narrative communication in translated children's literature. Meta, 56(4):812-832.

Kruger, H. 2011. Preliminary norms in the selection of children's books for translation in South Africa. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 29(3):293-311.

Kruger, H. 2011. Postcolonial polysystems: perceptions of norms in the translation of children's literature in South Africa. The Translator, 17(1):105-136.

Kruger, H. & Bevan-Dye, A. 2010. Guidelines for the editing of dissertations and theses: a survey of editors' perceptions. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 28(2):167-183.

Kruger, H. 2009. Language-in-education policy, publishing and the translation of children's books in South Africa. Perspectives: Studies in Translatology, 17(1):33-61.

Law, M.A. & Kruger, H. 2008. Towards the professionalisation of editing in South Africa. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 26(4):479-493.

Kruger, H. 2007. Towards a paradigm for the study of the translation of children's literature in the South African educational context: some reflections. Language Matters, 38(2):99-122.

Kruger, H. 2007. Training text editors as part of a general programme in Language Practice: a process-oriented approach. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 25(1):1-16.

Kruger, J.L, Kruger, H. & Verhoef, M.  2007. Subtitling and the promotion of multilingualism: the case of marginalised languages in South Africa. Linguistica Antverpiensia New Series, 6 (A tool for social integration? Audiovisual translation from different angles, ed. Remael, A. & Neves, J.):35-49.

 


Dr Robert Mannell

Hirozane, Y., & Mannell, R. (2013). "Effects of Rhythm on English Rate Perception by Japanese and English Speakers", the Phonetician, pp 21-34., International Society of Phonetic Sciences

Wang, S., Liu, B., Zhang, H., Dong, R., Mannell, R., Newall, P., Chen, X., Qi, B., Zhang, L., & Han, D. (2013). "Mandarin lexical tone recognition in sensorineural hearing-impaired listeners and cochlear implant users", Acta Oto-Laryngologica, 133(1), 47-54.

Wang, S., Mannell, R., Newell, P., Lui, B., Zhang, H., and Han, D. (2012)."Roles of spectral cues in Mandarin tone perception for sensorineural hearing-impaired patients". Zhonghua Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi (Chinese Journal of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery), 46(2), 164-167.

Sengar, A., and Mannell, R. (2012). "A preliminary study of Hindi intonation", Proceedings of the 14th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, 3-6 December 2012, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, pp 149-152, ISSN 1039-0227

Wang, S., Xu, L., and Mannell, R. (2011) "Relative contributions of temporal envelope and fine structure cues to lexical tone recognition in hearing-impaired listeners", JARO - Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 12(6): 783-794.

Carey, M.D., Mannell, R.H., and Dunn, P.K. (2011) "Does a rater's familiarity with a candidate's pronunciation affect the rating in oral proficiency interviews?", Language Testing, 28(2), 201-219.

View all publications

Wang, S., Mannell, R., Newall, P., and Han, D. (2011) "Contribution of spectral cues to Mandarin lexical tone recognition in normal-hearing and hearing-impaired Mandarin Chinese speakers", Ear and Hearing, 32:97-103

Han, D., Wang, S., Zhang, H., Chen, J., Jiang, W., Mannell, R., Newall, P., and Zhang, L. (2009) "Development of Mandarin monosyllabic speech test materials in China", International Journal of Audiology, 48:300-311

Mannell, R. (2008), "Perception and Production of /i:/, /Iə/ and /e:/ in Australian English" ,Proceedings of the 9th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2008), 22-26 September 2008, Brisbane, pp.351-354 (presentation slides)

Wang, S., Mannell, R., Newall, P., Zhang, H., and Han, D. (2007), "Development and evaluation of Mandarin disyllabic materials for speech audiometry in China", International Journal of Audiology, 46:719-731

Mannell, R. (2006), "The combined effect of speech codec quality and transmission delay on human performance during complex spoken interactions", International Journal of Speech Technology, 9:53-74

Mannell, R.H. (2004), "Perceptual vowel space for Australian English lax vowels: 1988 and 2004", Proceedings of 10th Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Sydney, Australia, pp 221-226.

Mannell R.H., (2002), "The Perception of speech processed with non-overlapping and overlapping filters in a bark-scaled channel vocoder", Proceedings of the Ninth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Melbourne, December 2002.

Mannell R.H. (2002), "Modelling of the segmental and prosodic aspects of speech intensity in synthetic speech", Proceedings of the Ninth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Melbourne, December 2002.

Mannell R.H. (2002), "The interaction between voice codec quality and delay time in satellite telephony", Proceedings of the Ninth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Melbourne, December 2002.

Mannell R.H. (1998), "Formant diphone parameter extraction utilising a labelled single speaker database", Proceedings of the International Conference on Spoken Language Processing 1998, Sydney, Australia, 30 November - 3 December 1998.

Mannell R.H. (1995), "Perceptual mapping and vowel normalisation", Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden, August 13-19, 1995

Wang J. and Mannell R.H. (1995), "The relationship between rhythm and the tone sandhi domain in Mandarin", Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden, August 13-19, 1995

Mannell R.H. (1994), "The prediction of 'perceptual distance' from spectral distance measures based upon auditory and non-auditory models of intensity scaling", Proceedings of the Fifth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Perth, Dec. 1994.

Mannell R.H. (1992), "The effects of presentation level on sone, amplitude-j.n.d. and deciBel quantisation of channel vocoded speech", Proceedings of the Fourth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Brisbane, Nov. 1992.

Mannell R.H., (1991), "Sone-scaled and intensity-j.n.d.-scaled spectral quantisation of channel vocoded speech", Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Aix-en-Provence, France, 19-24 August, 1991.

Mannell R.H. & Clark J.E., (1991), "A comparison of the intelligibility scores of consonants and vowels using channel and formant vocoded speech", Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Aix-en-Provence, France, 19-24 August, 1991.

Mannell, R.H. and Clark, J.E., (1990), "The Perceptual consequences of frequency and time domain parametric encoding in automatic analysis and resynthesis of speech", a paper presented at the International Conference on Tactile Aids, Hearing Aids and Cochlear Implants, National Acoustics Laboratories, Sydney, May 1990.

Mannell R.H., (1990), "The effects of Phase information on the intelligibility of channel vocoded speech", Proceedings of the Third Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Melbourne, Nov. 1990.

Clark J.E., & Mannell R.H., (1989) "Frequency resolution effects on phonetic level perception of synthesised speech", Proceedings of ESCA Tutorial Day and Workshop on Speech Input/Output Assessment and Speech Databases, Noordwijkerhout, the Netherlands, 20-23 September, 1989, pp 1.8.1 - 1.8.4

Mannell R.H., (1988) "Spectral distortion and spectral distance measures", Proceedings of the Second Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Sydney, Nov. 1988. pp 158-163

Mannell R.H., (1988) "Perceptual space of male and female Australian English vowels", Proceedings of the Second Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Sydney, Nov. 1988. pp 22-27

Clark J.E., & Mannell R.H., (1988) "Some comparative characteristics of uniform auditorily scaled channel synthesis", Proceedings of the Second Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Sydney, Nov. 1988. pp 282-287

Clark J.E., Mannell R.H., & Ostry D., (1987) "Time and frequency resolution constraints on synthetic speech intelligibility", Proceedings of the Eleventh International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Tallin, Estonia, Aug. 1987.

Mannell R.H., & Clark J.E., (1987) "Text-to-speech rule and dictionary development", Speech Communication 6, 1987, pp 317- 324.

Clark J.E., Summerfield C.D. & Mannell R.H., (1986) "A high performance digital hardware synthesiser", Proceedings of the First Australian Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Canberra, Nov. 1986. pp 342-347

Mannell R.H., (1986) "Australian English and the Votrax SC-02 Chip", Proceedings of the First Australian Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Canberra, Nov. 1986. pp 260-265

Mannell R.H., & Clark J.E., (1986) "Text-to-speech rule and dictionary development", Proceedings of the First Australian Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Canberra, Nov. 1986. pp 14-19

(B) Conference and Workshop Abstracts

Mannell, R. (2009) "Production and perception of Australian English /Iə/ and /e:/ in CV and CVd context", Proceedings of The Australian Language and Speech Conference 2009, 3-4 December 2009, Sydney (part of HCSNet SummerFest 2009, at University of New South Wales)

Wang, S., Mannell, R. and Newall, P. (2008), "Spectral features for lexical perception in Mandarin", Audiology Australia, XVII National Conference 2008, Canberra, 20-23 May, 2008.

Wang, S., Mannell, R., and Newall, P. (2008), "Contribution of spectral envelope and spectral fine-structure cues to lexical tone", XXIXth International Congress of Audiology, 8-12 June 2008, HKCEC, Hong Kong

Mannell, R., Wang, S., and Newall, P. (2008), "Source and resonance in the perception of Mandarin tone", HCSNet Workshop on Speech, Perception and Action, 10-11 July 2008 , University of Western Sydney, Milperra

Wang, S., Han, D., Zhang, H., Mannell, R. and Newall, P. (2006), "Development and Evaluation of Mandarin Disyllabic Materials for Speech Testing in China". Australia and New Zealand Journal of Audiology, Vol. 28, Supplement 2006, p.46. (abstract only)

Pereira, C., Mannell, R. and Newall, P. (2006), "Some Aspects of Perception of Emotion by the Hearing-Impaired", Australia and New Zealand Journal of Audiology, Vol. 28, Supplement 2006, p.9. (abstract only)

Sartika, D., Newall, P., and Mannell, R. (2006), "The development of a speech test for children in Bahasa Indonesia", XXVIIIth International Congress of Audiology, p.36. (abstract only)

Mannell, R., (2006), " Perception and modelling of vowels and vocal gender in synthetic speech", Australian Journal of Psychology, Vol. 58, Supplement 2006, p.9. (abstract only), originally presented at 15th Australian Language and Speech Conference, Macquarie University, 15-16 December, 2005. (presentation slides)

Sartika, D.E., Newall, P. & Mannell, R. (2004). "The development of a speech test for children in Bahasa Indonesian", Australian and New Zealand Journal of Audiology, Vol. 26 (Supplement), 40. (XVI Conference of the Audiological Society, Brisbane, 17-20 May 2004).

Mannell R.H. (2001), "The influence of lexical access on the perception of vowel phoneme boundaries in formant space", 13th Australian Language and Speech Conference, Sydney: Australia (Abstract published in: Australian Journal of Psychology 53(3), December 2001, p183) (presentation slides)

(C) Review Papers

Wang, S., Mannell, R., and Zhang, H. (2011). "Contemporary research on Mandarin Lexical tone related to cochlear implant technology". Zhonghua Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi (Chinese Journal of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery), 46(2), 164-167.

(D) Conference papers - unrefereed

Mannell, R., (2005), " An overview of current speech perception research and its potential contribution to speech audiometry ", Proceedings 2005 Beijing Otolaryngology Conference, Beijing Institute of Otolaryngology, Beijing, 3rd December, 2005.

(E) edited proceedings

Cassidy, S., Cox, F., Mannell, R. and Palethorpe, S. (2004) Proceedings of the 10th Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, December, Sydney. Sydney, Australia. Macquarie University CD_ROM ISBN 0 958 1946 10

Mannell, R., and Robert-Ribes, J., (eds.), (1998) Proceedings of the International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, 1998, Sydney, Australia

(F) Theses

Mannell R.H. (1994), The Perceptual and Auditory Implications of Parametric Scaling in Synthetic Speech, Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia (chapter 2, chapter 3, bibliography)

Mannell R.H., (1984) Aspects of Speech Synthesis Performance, unpublished honours dissertation, Macquarie University. (click here for chapter 3)

(G) Research Reports and working papers

Carey, M., and Mannell, R. (2009) "The contribution of interlanguage phonology accommodation to inter-examiner variation in the rating of pronunciation in oral proficiency interviews", IELTS Research Reports, 9, 217-236

Mannell, R., (2000) Syrinx GTP Resource Software Documentation, an 82 page report to Syrinx Speech Systems Pty. Ltd. (not in the public domain)

Bernard J.R., & Mannell R.H., (1988) "A study of /h_d/ words in Australian English", Working Papers, 1986, Speech Hearing and Language Research Centre, Macquarie University.

Mannell R.H., Ostry D., & Clark J.E., (1985) "Channel vocoder performance", Working Papers, 1985, Speech Hearing and Language Research Centre, Macquarie University.

(H) Other Publications

Click here for a web version of an old (1973) paper of mine on the Nangwarry Sandstone Caves. Whilst its not relevant to my current research interests, this paper is provided here because it has been cited as recently as 2006.


Associate Professor Catherine McMahon

Book chapters

Psarros C. McMahon CM. Evaluating a model of telepractice. Chapter 8 In E Rushbrooke & T Houston (eds), "Telepractice in Audiology".  Dec 2015

Chen JKC, McMahon CM, Lieber LPH. Strategies to improve music perception in cochlear implantees. In: Cochlear implant research updates. Eds: Umat, Cila and Tange, Rinze Anthony. DOI 10.5772/38670 Publisher Rijeka, Croatia : InTech Date 2012

McMahon CM, Bate K. Al-meqbel A. Patuzzi R. Cochlear implantation in auditory neuropathy Spectrum Disorder Eds: Umat, Cila and Tange, Rinze Anthony. Cochlear implant research updates, p.213-232 DOI 10.5772/38670 Publisher Rijeka, Croatia : InTech Date 2012

McMahon, CM., Patuzzi, R., Gibson, W.P. and Sanli, H. Identification of different subtypes of auditory neuropathy using electrocochleography. In: K. Kaga & A Starr (Eds) Neuropathies of the auditory and vestibular eighth cranial nerves. pp21-36. 2009.

McMahon CM. Hearing loss in older age and its effect on the individual, their family and the community. Chapter 1. In: Monographs in Human Genetics. (Accepted August 20, 2015).

Journal Articles

Boisvert I, McMahon CM, Dowell R, Lyxell B. Long-term asymmetric hearing affects cochlear implantation

outcomes differently in adults with pre- and postlingual hearing loss. PLOS One. 1-11; DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0129167 2015

Lo CY. McMahon CM. Looi V. Thompson W. Melodic contour training and its effect on speech in noise, consonant discrimination, and prosody perception for cochlear implant recipients. Behavioural Neurology. Accepted 28 July, 2015

Almeqbel A. McMahon C. Objective measurement of high-level cortical function in children. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 79 (7); 1055-1062.  2015 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijporl.2015.04.026

Chen JKC, Yi-Chiun Chuang A, McMahon C, Tung, TH, Lieber LPH. Contribution of non-implanted ear to pitch perception for prelingually deafened cochlear implant recipients. Otology & Neurotology, 35, 1409-1414. 2014

Schneider J, Dunsmore M, McMahon CM, Gopinath B, Kifley A, Mitchell P, Leeder SR, Wang JJ.  Improving access to hearing services for people with low vision: Piloting a "Hearing Screening and Education Model" of intervention, Ear & Hearing, 35 (4); e153-61. 2014

Bardy F. McMahon CM, Johnson B. Deconvolution of magnetic acoustic change complex (mACC). Clin Neurophys, 125; 2220-2231. 2014

Schneider J. Dunsmore M. McMahon CM. Gopinath B. Kifely A. Mitchell P. Leeder, S. Wang JJ. Dual sensory impairment (DSI) and hearing aid use among clients attending low vision services in Australia: The Vision-Hearing Project" Journal Aging & Health, 26 (2); 231-249, 2014.

Bardy F. Van Dun B. Dillon H. McMahon CM. Deconvolution of overlapping cortical auditory evoked potentials recorded using short stimulus onset-asynchrony ranges. Clin Neurophys. 125(4); 814-826, 2014

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Gopinath B, Schneider J, Flood VM, McMahon CM, Burlutsky G, Leeder SR, Mitchell P. Association between diet quality with concurrent vision and hearing impairment in older adults. J Nutrition, Health & Aging. 18 (3): 251-6, 2014

Tavora-Viera D. Boisvert I. McMahon CM. Maric V. Rajan GP. Successful outcomes of cochlear implantation in long-term unilateral deafness: brain plasticity? Neuroreport. 24:724-729, 2013.

Peter, V., Wong, K., Narne, V., Sharma, M., Purdy, S. McMahon, C. Assessing spectral and temporal processing in children and adults using Temporal  Modulation Transfer Function (TMTF), Iterated Ripple Noise (IRN) perception, and Spectral Ripple Discrimination (SRD). Journal of American Academy of Audiology. Accepted on 30-04-2013.

Gopinath B, Schneider J, McMahon CM, Burlutsky G, Leeder SR, Mitchell P. Dual sensory impairment in older adults increases the risk of mortality: A Population-Based Study. PLoS ONE 8(3): e55054, 2013

McMahon CM, Gopinath B, Schneider J, Reath J, Hickson L, Leeder S, Mitchell P, Cowan R. The need for improved detection and management of adult-onset hearing loss in Australia. International Journal Otolaryngology. Volume 2013, Article ID 308509, 7 pages, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/308509

Gopinath B, Hickson L, Schneider J, McMahon CM, Burlutsky G, Leeder S, Mitchell P. Hearing impaired adults are at increased risk of experiencing emotional distress and social engagement restrictions five years later. Age & Ageing, 41(5); 618-623, 2012.

Li LPH, Lee WC, Chuang AYC, McMahon C, Tung TH, Chen JKC. Low Body Mass Index (BMI) and Chewing Are Protective for Hearing in Users of Personal Listening Devices (PLDs). Laryngoscope. Published online April 1st, 2013

Harris S. Psarros C, McMahon CM, Boisvert I. Factors affecting the outcomes of post-meningitically deafened children. Australia & New Zealand Journal of Audiology. 33(1); 27-34, 2012.

Mugridge D, McMahon CM. A qualitative study of Meniere's management experiences and their effectiveness in meeting patients' needs. Australia & New Zealand Journal of Audiology. Accepted 33 (1); 15-26, 2012.

Gopinath B. Schneider J. Hickson L, McMahon CM, Burlutsky G, Mitchell P. Hearing handicap, rather than measured hearing impairment, predicts poorer quality of life over 10 years in older adults. Maturitas, 72, 146-151. 2012

Gopinath B. Schneider J, McMahon CM, Teber E. Leeder S, Mitchell P. Severity of age-related hearing loss is associated with impaired activities of daily living. Age & Ageing, 41, 195-200. 2012

Boisvert, I., Lyxell, B., Mäki-Torkko, E., McMahon, C. M., & Dowell, R. C. Choice of ear for cochlear implantation in adults with monaural sound-deprivation and unilateral hearing aid. Otology & Neurotology, 33(4), 572-579. 2012

Gopinath B. Hickson L, Schneider J, McMahon CM, Burlutsky G, Leeder S, Mitchell P. Hearing-impaired adults are at increased risk of experiencing emotional distress and social engagement restrictions five years later. Age & Ageing, 41, 618-623. 2012

Schneider J,  Gopinath B, McMahon CM, Teber E. Leeder S, Wang JJ, Mitchell P. Prevalence and 5-year incidence of dual sensory impairment in an older Australian population. Annals of Epidemiology, 22, 295-301, 2012.

Boisvert I, McMahon CM, Dowell R. Long-term monaural auditory deprivation and bilateral cochlear implants. Neuroreport.  23; 195-199 2012

Gopinath, B. Schneider J. McMahon, CM. Teber E. Leeder, S.R. Mitchell, P. Severity of age-related hearing loss is associated with impaired activities of daily living.  Age & Ageing, 41, 195-200. 2012.

Boisvert I, McMahon CM, Tremblay G. Lyxall B. Relative importance of sound deprivation and length of significant deafness in predicting cochlear implantation outcomes. Ear & Hearing, 32, 758-766, 2011

Schneider, J. M., Gopinath, B., McMahon, C. M., Leeder, S. R., Mitchell, P., & Wang, J. J. Dual sensory impairment in older age. Journal of Aging & Health, 23(8), 1309-1324. 2011

Gopinath B, Flood VM, McMahon CM, Burlutsky G, Spankovich C, Hood L, Mitchell P. Dietary antioxidant intake is associated with the prevalence but not the incidence of age-related hearing loss. Journal Nutrition, Health & Aging, 15, 896-900. 2011

Gopinath, B. Schneider J. McMahon, CM. Teber E. Leeder, S.R. Mitchell, P. Severity of age-related hearing loss is associated with impaired activities of daily living.  Age & Ageing, 41, 195-200. 2012.

Gopinath B, Flood VM, Teber E, McMahon CM, Mitchell P. Dietary intake of cholesterol is positively associated and use of cholesterol-lowering medication is negatively associated with prevalent age-related hearing loss. Journal of Nutrition. 1355-61, 2011

Gopinath B, Schneider J, Hartley D, Teber E, McMahon CM, Leeder S, Mitchell P. Incidence and predictors of hearing aid use and ownership among older adults with hearing loss. Annals of Epidemiology. 21, 497-506, 2011.

Mitchell, P. Gopinath, B. Rochtchina, E. McMahon, C. Wang, J.J. Schneider J. Leeder, S.R. Five-year incidence and progression of hearing impairment in an older population. Ear & Hearing.  32, 251-257, 2011

Schneider J, Gopinath B, Karpa MJ, McMahon CM, Rochtchina E, Leeder SR, Mitchell P. Hearing loss impacts on the use of community and informal supports: The Blue Mountains Study. Age & Ageing. 39: 458-464, 2010.

Vilayur E, Gopinath, B, Harris DC, Burlutsky G, McMahon CM, Mitchell P. The association between reduced GFR and hearing loss. American Journal of Kidney Diseases. 56, 661-9, 2010

Gopinath B, Rochtchina E, Flood VM, McMahon CM, Mitchell P. Serum homocysteine and folate levels are associated with prevalent age-related hearing loss. Journal Nutrition, 140, 1469-1474, 2010.

Gopinath B, Flood VM, McMahon CM,  Burlutsky G, Brand-Miller J, Mitchell P. Dietary glycemic load is a predictor of age-related hearing loss in older adults. Journal Nutrition 140, 2207-2212, 2010.

Chen JKC, Chuang AYC, McMahon C, Hseih JC, Tung TH., Li LPH. "Musical training improving pitch perception in prelingually deafened children with cochlear implants. Pediatrics. 125 (4), 795-800, 2010.

Gopinath B, McMahon CM, Rochtchina E, Karpa MJ, Mitchell P. Incidence, persistence and progression of tinnitus symptoms in older adults: the Blue Mountains Hearing Study. Ear & Hearing 31, 277-282, 2010

Gopinath B, McMahon CM, Rochtchina E, Mitchell P. Dizziness and vertigo in an older population: The Blue Mountains Study. Clinical Otolaryngology. 34,552-556, 2010.

Gopinath B, McMahon, CM, Rochtchina, E, Karpa, MJ, Mitchell, P. Risk factors and impacts of incident tinnitus in older adults. Annals of Epidemiology. 20, 129-135, 2010.

Schneider J, Gopinath B, McMahon, CM, Britt H, Usherwood T, Leeder S, Mitchell, P. Australian General Practitioners: Hearing what counts for older patients? MJA 192, 20-23, 2010

Gopinath B, Flood VM, McMahon CM, Burlutsky G, Smith W, Mitchell P. The effects of smoking and alcohol consumption on age-related hearing loss: The Blue Mountains Hearing Study. Ear & Hearing  31, 1-6, 2010.

McNeill, C. McMahon, C.M. Freeman, S.R.M. Short-term hearing fluctuation in Meniere's disease. International Journal of Audiology, 48, 594-600, 2009.

Mitchell, P. Gopinath, B. McMahon, C. Rochtchina, E. Wang, J.J. Boyages, S.C. Leeder, S.R. Relationship of Type 2 Diabetes to the prevalence, incidence and progression of age related hearing loss. Diabetic Medicine. 26: 483-488, 2009.

Gopinath, B., Wang, J.J., Schneider, J. Burlutsky, G., Snowdon, J., McMahon, C.M. Leeder, S.R., Mitchell, P. "Depressive symptoms among older hearing impaired adults: the Blue Mountains Study" Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 57: 1306-1308, 2009.

McMahon CM. Patuzzi RB. Gibson W. Sanli H. Frequency-specific electrocochleography indicates that presynaptic and postsynaptic mechanisms of auditory neuropathy exist. Ear & Hearing. 29(3):314-25. 2008

McMahon, C.M., Mitchell, P., Kifley, A., Rochtchina , E., Newall, P. The contribution of family history to hearing loss in the elderly. Ear & Hearing. 29, 578-584. 2008

McNeill, C. McMahon, C.M. Kalanztzis, M. Newall, P. Hearing aids for Meniere's syndrome: Implications for Hearing Fluctuation. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 19, 430-434(5). 2008.

Agung, K.A., Purdy, S.C., McMahon, C.M. Newall, P. The use of cortical auditory evoked potentials to evaluate neural encoding of speech sounds in adults. Journal of American Academy of Audiology. 17 (8): 559-572. 2006

McMahon CM. Brown DJ. Patuzzi RB. Transient focal cooling at the round window and cochlear nucleus show round-window CAP originates from cochlea alone. Hearing Research, 190: 75-86. 2004.

Brown DJ. McMahon CM. Patuzzi RB. K+ currents produce P1 in the RW CAP: evidence from DC current bias, K+ channel blockade and recordings from cochlea and brainstem. Hearing Research, 190: 60-74. 2004.

Patuzzi RB. Brown DJ. McMahon CM. and Halliday AF. Determinants of the spectrum of the neural activity at the round-window: transmitter release and neural depolarisation. Hearing Research, 190: 87-108. 2004.

McMahon CM. Patuzzi RB. The origin of the 900 Hz spectral peak in spontaneous and sound-evoked round-window electrical activity. Hearing Research 173: 134-152. 2002.


Dr Stephen H Moore

Forthcoming:

  • Candlin, C. N., Moore, S. H., and Crichton, J. (forthcoming 2017). Exploring Discourse in Context and in Action. Houndmills, Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

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 Books:

  • Gollin-Kies, S., Hall, D. R., and Moore, S. H. (2015). Language for Specific Purposes. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Journal articles, book chapters and book reviews:

 

English in and about Cambodia:

  • Bounchan, S. & Moore, S. H. (2013). Khmer Learner English: A teacher's guide to Khmer L1 interference. In R. Stroupe and K. Kimura (Eds.). Research and Practice in English Language Teaching in Asia. (pp. 209-225) Phnom Penh: IDP Education (Cambodia) Ltd.

 

  • Moore, S. H. & Carreon, J. (2012). Hidden Challenges that Radio DJs Present to ESL/EFL Listeners. Language Institute of Thammasat University Journal. Vol. 5, 19-29.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2012). Global and local representations of Cambodia: Two tales of one country. In S. Hauser and M. Luginbuhl (Eds.). Contrastive Media Analysis: Approaches to linguistic and cultural aspects of mass media communication. (pp. 47-66) Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

 

  • Bounchan, S. & Moore, S. H. (2010). Khmer Learner English: A teacher's guide to Khmer L1 interference. Language Education in Asia 1, 112-123.

 

  • Moore, S. H. & Bounchan, S. (2010). English in Cambodia: Changes and Challenges. World Englishes 29(1), 114-126.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2008). Representing Crime in Contemporary Cambodia: The Phnom Penh Post's Police Blotter. In Wu, C., Matthiessen, C. M. I. M., and Herke, M. (Eds.). Proceedings of ISFC 35: Voices Around the World. Sydney: 35th ISFC Organizing Committee, pp.112-118.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2003). Reading Images of Cambodia. In B. Neth, C. Khus and H. Locard (Eds.), The 2nd International Conference on Khmer Studies Proceedings (pp. 28-37), Phnom Penh, Cambodia: Royal University of Phnom Penh and Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport.

Spoken discourse of accountants:

  • Moore, S. H. & Xu, H. L. (2014). Where the academy meets the workplace: Communication needs of tertiary-level accounting students. In E. Stracke (Ed.). Intersections: Applied Linguistics as a Meeting Place. Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

 

  • Moore, S. H. & Burns, A. (2011). A discursive approach to developing the professional communication skills of accounting students. In C. Ward (Ed.) Language education: an essential for a global economy, Anthology Series 52, (pp. 218-224). Singapore: SEAMEO Regional Language Centre.

 

  • Burns, A. & Moore, S. H. (2008). Communication in professional accounting contexts - unexplored territory. Taxation in Australia 43(5), 315-317.

 

  • Moore, S. H. & Burns, A. (2008). NESB accountants and professional communication. Prospect: An Australian Journal of TESOL 23(2), 47-59.

 

  • Burns, A. & Moore, S. H. (2008). Questioning in simulated accountant-client consultations: Exploring implications for LSP teaching. English for Specific Purposes 27 322-337.

 

  • Burns, A. & Moore, S. H. (2007). Conversation Analysis and the accounting classroom: Exploring implications for LSP teaching. In H. Bowles & P. Seedhouse (Eds.), Conversation Analysis and Language for Specific Purposes. (pp. 183-215), Bern: Peter Lang.

TESOL/Applied Linguistics Teacher Education and Research:

  • Oliver, R., Chen, H., and Moore, S. H. (2016). Review of selected research in applied linguistics published in Australia (2008-14). Language Teaching, 49(4), 513-548.
  • Chappell, P. & Moore, S. H. (2012). Novice teachers and linguistics: Foregrounding the functional. TESOL Quarterly 46(3), 589-598.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2011). Cambodian English teachers' conceptions of and engagement with research. Selected Proceedings of the International Conference: Doing Research in Applied Linguistics (pp. 83-98). Bangkok: School of Liberal Arts, King Mungkut's University of Technology Thonburi.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2011). The struggle to develop a 'research culture' in a developing country. TESOL Quarterly 45(2), pp. 334-343.

 

  • Moore, S. H. & Bounchan, S. (2011). Teaching, Testing and Researching: 'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly' dimensions of ELT? In R. Stroupe & K. Kimura (Eds.). English Language Teaching Practice in Asia (pp. 142-151). Phnom Penh: IDP Education Pty Ltd.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2008). Trained for teaching high school, poached for teacher training: A case study of a Cambodian English teacher's first year of teaching in Cambodia. In T. S. C. Farrell (Ed.), Novice Language Teachers: Insights and Perspectives for the First Year (pp. 29-42). London: Equinox.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2007). Linguistics, applied linguistics and research: the "axis of evil" for language teachers? English Australia (EA) Journal, 23 (2), 3-11.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2006). From chalkboard to lectern to chalkboard: the journey of an applied linguistics lecturer. In T. S. C. Farrell (Ed.), Language Teacher Research in Asia (pp. 107-122). Alexandria, VA: TESOL Inc.

English for Academic Purposes:

  • Moore, S. H. (2007). Exploring accounting lecturer perceptions of "good" and "poor" NESB student writing. University of Sydney Papers in TESOL, 2, 61-82.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2007). Surviving a crash course in EAP writing: a Cambodian experience. In A. Burns & H. de Silva Joyce (Eds.), Planning and Teaching Creatively Within a Required Curriculum (pp. 221-238), Alexandria, VA: TESOL Inc.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (1997). Accounting for Business English. EA Journal, 15(1), 63-71.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (1997). Surveying Cambodia: How questionnaire surveys bring diversity into EFL classrooms. In P. A. Denham (Ed.), Higher Education in Cambodia: Perspectives of an Australian Aid Project (pp. 109-118), Canberra: University of Canberra.

 

Assessment:

  • Moore, S. H. (2017). A case study of EMI and assessment in Cambodia. In B. Fenton-Smith, P. Humphreys, and I Walkinshaw (Eds.). English medium instruction in higher education in Asia-Pacific: From policy to pedagogy. Dordrecht, NL: Springer.

  • Moore, S. H., Stroupe, R. and Mahony, P. (2012). Perceptions of IELTS in Cambodia: A case study of test impact in a small developing country. In J. Osbourne (Ed.). IELTS Research Reports Volume 13. (pp. 293-401). Melbourne/Manchester: IDP: IELTS Australia and British Council.

 

  • Moore, S. H. & Hargreaves, M. (2009). A case study of an assessment task bank. Prospect: An Australian Journal of TESOL 24(1), 3-16.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2007). Researching appropriate assessment for low/pre-literacy adult ESL learners: Results, issues and challenges. Prospect: An Australian Journal of TESOL, 22(2), 25-38.

 

The language of The Economist magazine:

  • Moore, S. H. (2008). Realising a discourse of the "basket case". Critical Discourse Studies 5(2) 181-199.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2006). Managing rhetoric in 'smart' journalism: Generic and semantic contours. TEXT & TALK: An interdisciplinary journal of language, discourse & communication studies, 26, 351-381.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2004). The Economist's Cambodia: Whose Voice? Whose Reality? In G. Fulton, W. J. Sullivan and A. R. Lommel (Eds.), LACUS Forum XXX: Language, Thought and Reality (pp. 393-403), Houston, TX: LACUS.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2002). Disinterring ideology from a corpus of obituaries: a critical post mortem. Discourse & Society, 13, 495-536.

Book reviews:

  • Moore, S. H. (2012). Book review of 'Grammar in Second Language Classrooms: Integrating Form-Focused Instruction in Communicative Context', Hossein Nassaji and Sandra Fotos, Routledge, in System, 40, 324-326.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2010). Book review of 'Handbook of Intercultural Communication', Helga Kottoff & Helen Spencer-Oatey (Eds.), Mouton de Gruyter, in System 38, pp. 636-638.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2010). Book review of 'Teaching English as an International Language: Identity, Resistance, and Negotiation', Phan Le Ha, Multilingual Matters, in Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 33(1), pp. 11.1-11.4.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2010). Book review of 'Reflective Language Teaching: From Research to Practice', Thomas S. C. Farrell, Continuum, in System, 38, pp. 343-344.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2007). Book review of 'The Social Construction of Literacy', Jenny Gumperz-Cook, CUP, in Reading in a Foreign Language, 19 (2), 143-148.

 

  • Moore, S. H. (2006). Book review of 'The Struggle to Teach English as an International Language', Adrian Holliday, OUP, in Prospect: an Australian journal of TESOL, 21(3), 88-90.

 

 


Dr Jill Murray

Refereed publications

  • Murray, J,C, Riazi AM and Cross J.L (2012) Test Candidates' attitudes and the or realtionship to demographic and experiential varibles: The case of verseas trained teachers n NSW Australia
    Language Testing 29(2) 577-595
  • Murray J. C. (2011) Do bears fly? Revisiting conversational implicature in instructional pragmatics. TESL EJ 12, 2 http://www.tesl-ej.org/wordpress/issues/volume15/ej58/ej58a4/
  • Murray J. C. (2009) Teacher competencies in the post method landscape: the limitations of competency based training in TESOL teacher education. Prospect 24 1 http://www.ameprc.mq.edu.au/resources/prospect/volume_24_number_1,_2009
  • Murray, J. C. (2009). Teaching pragmatics for test preparation. In A. M. Stoke (Ed.), JALT 2008 conference proceedings. Tokyo: JALT
  • Murray J.C. and Cross J. (2009) Overseas trained teachers (OTTs): student attitudes and expectations in the context of vocational education Australian Vocational Education and Training Research Association Conference.

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Conference Presentations

  • 2012 Ms Gillard denied it would be hard for her to win votes as a childless, 43-year-old woman": a critical corpus-based study of denials by political leaders.CADAAD, Braga Portugal 2010Politeness and face in professional speaking tests Pragmatics and Language Learning 18, Kobe Japan (funded by a research enhancement grant from Macquarie University) Framing and blaming: Figurative language, collocation clusters and the attribution of responsibility in Australian political discourse. CADAAD, Lodz Poland
  • 2009 Diagnosing the diagnostic task: Evaluating the specifications and grading criteria for a new assignment in a linguistics unit. Association for Academic Language and Learning (AALL) conference, Brisbane Australia
  • 2008 Conceptual metaphor and the discourse of TESOL practicum supervision. Paper presented at the 7th international conference on Researching and Applying Metaphor, (RaAM) University of Extremadura, Caceres Spain
  • 2006 Metaphors of Mentoring.  Applied Linguistics and Language Education (ALLE) conference, Macquarie University
  • 2003 Assessing the language proficiency of overseas trained teachers: Linguistic, social and ethical concerns The Learning Conference (London)
  • 2001 Teaching Communication through culture, but which culture? Paper presented and published in the proceedings  of the Learning Conference (Greece)
  • 2001  Getting Along with Phrasal verbs. Paper presented and published in the proceedings of the ATESOL conference (TESOL@2001) Sydney.
  • 2000   The Changing Face of Communicative Activities.  Invited plenary session conducted at TESOL Greece Convention: Glyfada Athens

Research grants

Internal

  • 2009 Department of Linguistics Graduate Research Assistant Scheme (LGRAS) grant, for Politeness and Face in Professional Speaking Tests ($ 5,000)
  • 2010 Teaching and Learning Competitive Grant Scheme, for International Students experiences of formative assessment: how postgraduate coursework students interpret and perform formative assessment tasks ($9,250) with Mehdi Riazi
  • 2011 Teaching Index Grant, for Mature aged students' experiences of developing technological literacy ($7,314) with Fran Gaynor

External

  • 2011 EDUCATIONAL TESTING SERVICE (ETS): for Performance on TOEFL-iBT Writing Tasks vs. Real-life Academic Writing Tasks: Implications for Validity Argument ($75,371) with Mehdi Riazi.
  • 2012 IDP Australia for: Stakeholder perceptions of IELTS as a gateway to the professional workplace: the case of employers of overseas trained teachers. ($34,545) with Judie Cross and Ken Cruickshank

Emeritus Professor Philip Newall

Chapters in books

1. Newall, P. (1985)
Hearing aid fitting and cochlear implant programs, Festschrift in Honour of Arthur Delbridge, Bertrage zur Phonetik 48, pp429-437.

2. Byrne, D., Parkinson, A. and Newall, P. (1990)
Amplification for the severely hearing impaired--young and old in Presbyacusis and other age related aspects. 14th. Danavox Symposium, The Danavox Jubilee Foundation, ISBN 87-982422-3-7.

3. Byrne, D., Parkinson, A. and Newall, P. (1991)
Modified hearing aid selection procedures for severe/profound hearing losses.
In Studebaker G A, Bess F H and Beck L B (eds.), The Vanderbilt Hearing Aid Report II, York Press, Maryland, ISBN 0-912752-26-2.

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4. Newall, P. (2001)
Assisting with Audiology programs in the Asia-Pacific Region.
In Reid, A. (ed.), Internationalising the Curriculum, Centre for Professional Development, Macquarie Lighthouse Press, Sydney . ISBN 1-86408-683-1.

5. *Newall, P. and Oliver, J. (2002)
Hearing aid optimization in the evaluation of cochlear implant candidacy.
In Cochlear Implants - an update, editors Kubo T., Takahshi, Y. and Iwaki , T., Kugler Pulications, The Hague , The Netherlands P187-196.

Journal articles (*refereed papers)

1. *Newall, P. with Royall, R.A. and Lightfoot, G.R. (1978)
Some observations on the contralateral stapedial reflex artefact.
British Journal of Audiology , Vol. 12, 78-82.

2. *Newall, P. and Campbell, G.B. (1978)
Acoustic impedance audiometry in a school for hearing-impaired children.
Journal of British Association of Teachers of the Deaf , (2), 4, 136-140.

3. *Newall, P., Byrne, D., and Plant, G. (1986)
Amplification for the severely and profoundly hearing impaired: a pilot study.
Australian Journal of Audiology Vol 8, No. 2, pp42-55.

4. *Parkinson, A., Byrne D. and Newall, P. (1989)
Aided speech sensation levels received by severely hearing-impaired listeners.
The Australian Journal of Audiology , ll:27-36.

5. Byrne, D., Parkinson, A. and Newall, P. (1990)
Hearing aid gain and frequency response requirements for the severely/profoundly hearing-impaired
Ear and Hearing , ll: 40-49.

6. *Byrne D, Parkinson A. and Newall, P. (1990)
Comparison of NAL and MCL based hearing aid frequency response prescriptions for severely/profoundly hearing-impaired clients
Australian Journal of Audiology 12:1-10

7. Durrant, J.D., Gilmartin, K.J., Holland , A., Kamerer, D.B., Newall, P. (1991)
Hearing disorder and its management in patients with Alzheimer's disease
Hearing Instruments , 42 (11): 32-35.

8. *McNeil, C., Tonkin , J. and Newall, P. (1994)
Testing for perilymphatic fistula based on Hennebert's sign and Tullio phenomenon. Australian Journal of Otolaryngology, January 1994, No.5, 442-445.

9. *Ching, T., Newall, P. and Wigney, D. (1994)
Audio-visual and auditory paired comparison judgements by severely and profoundly hearing impaired children: reliability and frequency response preferences.
Australian Journal of Audiology 16, (2): 1- 8.

10. Newall, P. (1995)
Hearing loss in later life (part 1).
Geriaction . 13 (5): 29-31

11. Newall, P. (1995)
Hearing loss in later life (part 2).
Geriaction . 13 (6) : 29-31.

12. *Ching, T. and Newall, P. (1996)
Frequency response and gain requirements of severely and profoundly hearing impaired children.
Australian Journal of Audiology : 18 (2) pp 99-101.

13. *Parkinson A.J., Newall, P., Byrne, D. and Plant, G. (1996)
Relationship of aided speech recognition to hearing thresholds and aided speech-peak sensation levels in severely and profoundly hearing-impaired adults.
Journal of the  American Academy of Audiology : 7, pp 305-321.

14. Newall, P ., Manlapig, C. and Acuin, L. (1996)
Rehabilitation of the Hearing Impaired Child: an audiological perspective.
The Medical Journal of De La Salle University , Manila, Philippines Volume 12, Number 4, pp46-50.

15. *Ching, T.Y.C., Newall, P. and Wigney, D. (1997)
Comparison of severely and profoundly hearing-impaired children's amplification preferences with the NAL-RP and the DSL 3.0 prescriptions.
Scandinavian Audiology : 26, 219-222.

16. *Barker, C., Dillon, H. and Newall, P. (2001)
Fitting low ratio compression to people with severe and profound hearing losses.
Ear and Hearing , April, Vol. 22, No. 2, 130-141.

17. *Sindhusake, D., Mitchell, P., Smith, W., Golding, M., Newall, P., Hartley, D. and Rubin, G. (2001)
Validation of self-reported hearing loss: the Blue Mountains hearing study.
The International Journal of Epidemiology , 30, 6,1371-1378.

18. Newall, P., Mitchell, P., Sindhusake, D., Golding, M., Wigney, D., Hartley, D., Smith, D., and Birtles, G. (2001)
Tinnitus in older people: it is a widespread problem.
Hearing Journal , November, Vol.54, No.2, 13-18.

19 *McNeil, C., Newall, P. and Alvarez-Mendez, X. (2002)
Towards a new criteria for hearing aid recommendation.
Australian Journal of Oto-Laryngology , October, Vol.5, No.2, 95-100.

20. *Cameron, S., Barker, R. and Newall, P. (2003)
The development and evaluation of an Australian version of the Paediatric Speech Intelligibility Test for auditory processing
Australian and  New Zealand Journal of Audiology , Vol. 25, No.1, 16-27.

21. *Sindhusake, D., Mitchell, P., Newall, P., Golding, M., Rochtchina, E. and Rubin, G.S.
(2003).
Prevalence and characteristics of tinnitus in older adults: the Blue Mountains Hearing Study.
International Journal of Audiology, Jul; Vol 42, (5):289-94.

22. *Sindhusake D, Golding M, Newall P, Rubin G, Jakobsen K, Mitchell P. (2003)
Risk factors for tinnitus in older adults: the Blue Mountains Hearing Study.
Ear and Hearing Dec., Vol.24(6), 501-7 .

23. *Cameron, S., Barker, R. & Newall, P.(2003)
The effect of linguistic background on the Macquarie Pediatric Speech Intelligibility Test.
The Australian and  New Zealand Journal of Audiology, Nov., Vol. 25, No. 1, 95-98.

24. *Sindhusake, D., Golding, M., Wigney, D., Newall, P., Jakobsen, K., Mitchell. P.(2004)
Factors predicting severity of tinnitus: A population-based assessment
Journal of the  American Academy of Audiology, 15:269-280.

25. *Sharma M, Purdy S.C., Newall P., Wheldall K., Beaman R., Dillon H. (2004)
Effects of extraction method, identification technique, and stimulus type on mismatch negativity in adults and children.
Journal of the  American Academy of Audiology, 15:616-632

26. *Agung, K.B., Purdy, S.C., Patuzzi, R.B., O'Beirne, G.A., Newall, P.
Rising-frequency chirps and earphones with an extended high frequency response enhance the post-auricular muscle response.
International Journal of Audiology in press

Papers submitted

1. *Mitchell, P., Smith, W., Newall, P. Rochtchina, E., Cumming, R.G., and Leeder, S.
Smoking: a risk factor for age-related hearing loss - the Blue Mountains Hearing Study. American Journal of Public Health
Second stage review. Revision suggested April, 2001

2. *Mitchell, P., Newall, P., Golding, M., Rochtchina, E., Smith, W. Cumming, R., Gibson, W., and Leeder, S.
Prevalence of hearing loss in older Australians: the Blue Mountains Hearing Study. American Journal of Epidemiology

3. *Mitchell, P., Newall, P., Golding, M., Rochtchina, E., Smith, W., Cumming, R.G., Gibson, W.P.R., Leeder, S.R.
Prevalence of hearing loss in older Australians: the Blue Mountains Hearing Study. American Journal of Epidemiology

4 *Mitchell, P., Golding, M., Rochtchina, E., Smith, W., Cumming, R.G., Boyages S.C. and Newall, P.
Relationship between Type 2 diabetes and age-related hearing loss: the Blue Mountains Hearing Study.

Submitted to Journal of Diabetics and its Complications, July 2003.

5.* Sindhusake, D., Chia, E-M, Golding, M., Newall, P., Jakobsen, K. and Mitchell. P
The Impact of Tinnitus on Health Related Quality of Life: the Blue Mountains Hearing Study
Submitted to the Ear and Hearing, August 2003.

6. Sharma M, Purdy SC, Newall P, Wheldall K, Beaman R and Dillon H.
Behavioural and electrophysiological evidence of auditory processing disorders in children with reading difficulty.
Submitted to Journal of Speech-Language-Hearing Research, December 2003

7. Tien T, Wang JJ, Kifley A, Lindley R, Newall P, and Mitchell,P
Sensory and Cognitive Impairment: Findings from an Older Australian Population
Submitted to Gerontology December 2004

Papers in preparation

1. Agung KB, Purdy SC, Patuzzi RB, O'Beirne GA, Newall P.
The post-auricular muscle response: an objective hearing measurement tool for awake infants.

2. Smith, W., Mitchell, P., Cumming, R., Newall, P., Golding, M., and Leeder, S.A
Protective association between alcohol and hearing loss.

3. Newall, P., Mitchell, P., Golding, M., Gibson, W.P.R., Hartley, D. and Wigney, D.
Asymmetrical sensorineural hearing loss - the Blue Mountains Hearing Study.

4. Walker, G., Newall, P., Mitchell P. and Rochtchina, E.
Conductive hearing loss in an older population

5. Sharma M, Purdy SC, Newall P, Wheldall K, Beaman R
Auditory evoked potential changes following reading training.(to be submitted to Audiology and Neuro-Otology)

Published Conference Proceedings (*refereed papers published in full)

1. *Newall, P., Welsh, C. and Cranage, J. (1980)
An assessment of the use of National Health Service hearing aids.
Proceedings of the Third Conference of the British Society
of Audiology, 18-20 July 1979, in 'Disorders of Auditory Function III', (Eds. I.G. Taylor and A. Markides) pp103-109.

2. *Newall, P. and Byrne, D. (1988)
Amplification for the severely and profoundly hearing-impaired, in"Towards better communication cooperation and coordination", Proceedings of 1st Asian-Pacific Regional Conference on Deafness. Hong Kong , (Eds.: Engzell, U., Kuan, E., Lam, E., Ip, I. , Cheng, K., Fung, A., Chung, I. , Mui, L.K.W. and Ma, G.

3. *Byrne, D., Parkinson, A. and Newall, P. (1991)
Amplification for the severely hearing impaired - young and old.
In 'Presbyacusis and Other Age-related Aspects' 14 th Danavox Symposium, The Danavox Jubilee Foundation.

4. *Ching, T., Newall, P., and Wigney, D. (1995)
The reliability and sensitivity of intelligibility judgements by severely and profoundly hearing impaired children.
Annals of Otology Rhinology and Laryngology , 104 No.9, Part 2,
Supplement Sept.1995:151-6.

5. Wigney, D. Mitchell, P. Golding, M. Newall, P Hartley, D. Love, and Sindhusake, D. (1999) The audiological profile of tinnitus in elderly Australians (preliminary findings).
Proceedings of the Sixth International Tinnitus Seminar (September 5-9, Cambridge , U.K. ), Hazell, J. (ed), pp 418-423), 1999

6. *Newall, P. and Oliver, J. (2000)
Hearing aid optimisation in the evaluation of cochlear implant candidacy.
In Kim CS, Chang SO, Lim D. (eds): 'Updates in Cochlear Implantation'. Adv Otorhinolaryngol. Basel , Karger, 2000, vol 57, pp 281-283.

7. Newall, P., Sindhusake, D., Mitchell, P., Golding, M., Wigney, D. and Hartley D. (2002),
The demographics of tinnitus in an elderly p opulation - the Blue Mountains Hearing Study. Proceedings of the Seventh International Tinnitus Seminar ( Perth 5-9 th March 2002 ), Patuzzi, R. (ed.), University of Western Australia , pp 295-297.

8. Sindusake, D., Newall, P., Mitchell, P., Golding, M., Wigney, D. and Hartley D. (2002) Predictive factors for tinnitus annoyance: The Blue Mountains Hearing Study.
Proceedings of the Seventh International Tinnitus Seminar ( Perth 5-9 th March 2002 ), Patuzzi, R. (ed.), University of Western Australia , p14.

9. *Sharma M, Purdy SC, Newall P, Wheldall K, Beaman R. (2003) Auditory evoked potentials in children with reading problems show abnormal auditory processing . Nature, nurture, knowledge: Proceedings of the 2003 Speech Pathology Australia National Conference, Hobart Williams, C. and Leitao (ed) Speech Pathology Australia , Melbourne , pp 115-122.

Published Conference Abstracts

1. Newall, P. (1982)
A minicomputer based system for hearing aid selection in the U.K. National Health Service. Australian Journal of Audiology: Supplement 1, May, page 9. (5th National Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Leura, 5-7 June 1982).

2. Newall, P. (1982)
Electric response audiometry in the paediatric assessment clinic.
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement 1, May, page 9. (5th National Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Leura, 5-7 June 1982).

3. Newall, P. and Byrne, D. (1986)
Amplification for the severely and profoundly hearing-impaired.
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement 2, May, page 18. (7th National Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Ballarat, 24-27 April 1986).

4. Byrne, D., Newall, P. and Parkinson, A. (1988)
Optimal hearing aid frequency response characteristics for the severe and profoundly hearing-impaired.
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement 3, May, page 9. (8th National Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Perth , 12-15 May, 1988).

5. Parkinson, A., Byrne, D. and Newall, P. (1988)
Hearing aid gain requirements for the severe to profoundly hearing impaired.
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement 3, May, page 20. (8th National Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Perth , 12-15 May, 1988).

6. Newall, P., Byrne, D. and Parkinson, A. (1988)
Speech discrimination in the severely and profoundly hearing-impaired.
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement 3, page 20. (8th National Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Perth , 12-15 May, 1988).

7. Byrne, D., Parkinson, A. and Newall, P. (1990)
Comparisons on NAL and MCL based hearing aid frequency response prescriptions for severely/profoundly hearing-impaired clients.
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement 4, May, page 8. (9th National Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Thredbo, 26-29 April, 1990).

8. Newall, P., Byrne, D. and Parkinson, A. (1990)
Amplification for severely and profoundly hearing-impaired children.
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement 4, May, page 19. (9th National Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Thredbo, 26-29 April, 1990).

9. Ching, T., Newall, P. and Wigney, D. (1994)
Frequency response and gain requirements of severely and profoundly hearing-impaired children for speech intelligibility.
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement to Volume 15, page 39. (11th National Scientific Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Melbourne , 19-22 April, 1994).

10. Rosen, J., Newall, P. and Birtles, G. (1994)
Bridging the gap: partnership in theory or in practice?
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement to Volume 15, page 15. (11th National Scientific Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Melbourne , 19-22 April, 1994).

11. Newall, P., Umat, C. and Wigney, D. (1996)
The frequency response assessment package (FRAP) for use with severely and profoundly hearing-impaired children.
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement to Volume 17, page 53. (12th National Scientific Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Brisbane , 29 April - 2 May, 1996 ).

12. Dadafarin, M., Newall P. and Walker G. (1996)
Binaural versus monaural amplification for the asymmetrically hearing-impaired; measured relative speech discrimination benefit and patients' preference.
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement to Volume 17, page 37. (12th National Scientific Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Brisbane , 29 April - 2 May, 1996 ).

13. Ching, T., Newall, P. and Wigney D. (1996)
Speech intelligibility judgements in severely and profoundly deaf children.
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement to Volume 17, page35. (12th National Scientific Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Brisbane , 29 April - 2 May, 1996 ).

14. McNeill, C. and Newall, P (1998)
Are Hearing aids under-prescribed?
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement to Volume 20, page 71. (13 th National Scientific Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Sydney , 28 April-1 May 1998).

15. Golding, M., Mitchell, P., Newall, P., Birtles, G., Hartley, D., Smith, D., Wigney, D. (1998)
Is there method in this madness? The Blue Mountains Hearing Study - a review of methodology.
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement to Volume 20, page 60. (13 th National Scientific Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Sydney , 28 April-1 May 1998).

16. Newall, P., Golding, M. and Mitchell, P. (1998)
Beyond Boothroyd? Initial impressions of two tests of central auditory function (SSI-ICM and DSI).
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement to Volume 20, page 67. (13 th National Scientific Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Sydney , 28 April-1 May 1998).

17. Newall, P., Golding, M., Xu, S., Higgins, L., Han, D.M. and Wang, S.F. (1998)
The China-Australia audiology project.
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement to Volume 20, page 60. (13 th National Scientific Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Sydney , 28 April-1 May 1998).

18. Sindhusake, D., Mitchell, P., Golding, M., Newall, P., Wigney, D. and Rubin, G. (1999) Tinnitus in Elderly Australians.
Proceedings of the XV International Scientific Meeting of the International Epidemiological Association, "Epidemiology for Sustainable Health ", Florence, Italy, 31 st August - 4 th September 1999.

19. Newall, P. (2000)
Globalization of audiology (Symposium).
Australian Journal of Audiology: Supplement to Volume 22, page 27 (14 th National Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia, Adelaide , 6-9 June, 2000).

20. Newall, P. (2000)
Academic audiology programs in Malaysia , China and the Philippines.
Australian Journal of Audiology : Supplement to Volume 22, page 27 (14 th National Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia, Adelaide , 6-9 June, 2000).

21. Wigney, D, Mitchell, P., Golding, M., Newall, P., Hartley, D. Love, D. and Sindhusake, D. (2000)
A preliminary investigation of otoacoustic emission data in elderly Australians with tinnitus. Australian Journal of Audiology. Supplement to Volume 22, page 49 (14 th National Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia, Adelaide , 6-9 June, 2000).

22. Hartley, D, Mitchell, P., Newall, P., Golding, M., Smith, D. and Wigney, D. (2000)
Aspects of amplification usage in an elderly Australian population: some preliminary results from the Blue Mountains Hearing Study.
Australian Journal of Audiology . Supplement to Volume 22, page 69 (14 th National Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia, Adelaide , 6-9 June, 2000).

23. Mitchell, P., Rochtchina, E., Foran, S., Newall, P., Golding, M. and Wang, J.J. (2001)
Relationship between vision and hearing impairments: the Blue Mountains Hearing Study.
Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science , 42 (4): S710. Abstract nr 3823.

24. Newall, P., Mitchell, P., Sindhusake, Golding, M., Wigney, D. and Hartley, D. (2001)
Tinnitus in the elderly - a lot are suffering, but not in silence.
Australian and  New Zealand Journal of Audiology . Volume 23, No 2, page 127 (XXVI International Congress of Audiology and Joint Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Audiological Society, Melbourne, 17-22 March 2002).

25. Wigney, D., Mitchell, P., Golding, M., Newall, P., Hartley, D. and Sindhusake, D. (2001) Investigating models of tinnitus with audiometric data from the Blue Mountains Hearing Study.
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Audiology. Volume 23, No 2, page 164 (XXVI International Congress of Audiology and Joint Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Audiological Society, Melbourne, 17-22 March 2002).

26. Smith, W., Mitchell, P., Newall, P., Golding, M., Cumming, R. and Leeder, S.R. (2001) "Come fill the cup" - a protective association between alcohol and hearing loss.
Australian and  New Zealand Journal of Audiology . Volume 23, No 2, page 147-8 (XXVI International Congress of Audiology and Joint Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Audiological Society, Melbourne, 17-22 March 2002).

27. Newall, P., Mitchell, P., Golding, M., Hartley, D., Wigney, D. and Birtles, G. (2001)
Audiometric asymmetry in an elderly population.
Australian and  New Zealand Journal of Audiology . Volume 23, No 2, page 126-7. (XXVI International Congress of Audiology and Joint Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Audiological Society, Melbourne , 17-22 March 2002).

28. Dadafarin, M., Walker , G and. Newall, P. (2001)
Binaural versus monaural amplification in an asymmetrically hearing-impaired: measured relative speech discrimination benefits.
Australian and  New Zealand Journal of Audiology . Volume 23, No 2, page 81-2. (XXVI International Congress of Audiology and Joint Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Audiological Society, Melbourne , 17-22 March 2002).

29. Dadafarin, M. Walker, G. and Newall, P. (2001)
Binaural versus monaural amplification in an asymmetrically hearing-impaired: patients' preferences.
Australian and  New Zealand Journal of Audiology . Volume 23, No 2, page 82. (XXVI International Congress of Audiology and Joint Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Audiological Society, Melbourne , 17-22 March 2002).

30. Golding, M., Newall, P., Mitchell P. and Hartley, D. (2001).
The prevalence of central auditory processing dysfunction in an older population: the Blue Mountains Hearing Study (BMHS).
Australian and  New Zealand Journal of Audiology . Volume 23, No 2, page 97. (XXVI International Congress of Audiology and Joint Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Audiological Society, Melbourne , 17-22 March 2002).

31. Sharma, M., Purdy , S.C. , Newall, P., Wheldall, K. and Beaman, R. (2001)

Discriminative auditory cortical evoked potentials to tonal and speech stimuli in adults and school-aged children.

Australian and  New Zealand Journal of Audiology . Volume 23, No 2, page 143-4. (XXVI International Congress of Audiology and Joint Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Audiological Society, Melbourne , 17-22 March 2002).

32. Agung, K., Purdy , S.C. , McMahon, C., Dillon, H. and Newall, P. (2004)

Objective verification of infant speech perception using cortical auditory evoked potentials.

Australian and  New Zealand Journal of Audiology . Volume 26, supplement, page 4. (XVI Conference of the Audiological Society, Brisbane , 17-20 May 2004).

33. Newall, P., Ho, M., Higgins, L. and Hanley, P. (2004)

Trials, tunes and tinnitus.

Australian and  New Zealand Journal of Audiology . Volume 26, supplement, page 33. (XVI Conference of the Audiological Society, Brisbane , 17-20 May 2004).

34. Sartika, D.E., Newall, P. and Mannell, R. (2004)

The development of a speech test for children in Bahasa Indonesian.

Australian and  New Zealand Journal of Audiology . Volume 26, supplement, page 40. (XVI Conference of the Audiological Society, Brisbane , 17-20 May 2004).

Reports and other publications

1. Newall, P., with Knight, J.J., Coles, R.R.A., and Edwards, D. (1975)

The function of the graduate scientist in audiology, Department of Health and Social Security Advisory Committee on Services for Hearing-Impaired Persons Report of a Sub-committee).

2. Newall, P. (as member of the committee) (1979)

Proposals for the organization of audiometer calibration, A report by the Department of Health and Social Security Advisory Committee on Audiological Equipment, STB/5/79 March.

3. Byrne, D. and Newall, P. (1986)

Hearing aid selection and requirements for the severely hearing-impaired.

Phonak Plus CH3, Phonak AG Switzerland , 1987 and Phonak Focus No.11, Phonak AG Switzerland , 1988.

4. Clark , J.E., Koob, P.C., Hoult, C. and Newall, P. (1987)

Speech based hearing test for air traffic control and flight service officers, Report of Dept of Aviation Contract No. 84/808/1 30th June 1987 . Speech Hearing and Language Research Centre, Macquarie University , NSW 2109.

5. Clark , J.E., Whitfield, C., Kennedy, P.J., Newall, P. and Hoult, C. (1991)

Speech-based hearing test materials for technical flight crew working in commercial aviation, Report of Department of Aviation Contract--No. 217373. Speech Hearing Language Research Centre, Macquarie University , NSW 2109.

6. Mitchell, P., Rochtchina, E., Golding, M., Newall, P., Smith, W., Cumming, R.G., Leeder, S. and Hartley, D. (2002)

The 2002 Libby Harricks Memorial Oration: The Prevalence, Risk Factors and Impacts of Hearing Impairment in an Older Australian Community: The Blue Mountains Hearing Study, Deafness Forum, February 2002, 1-36, ISBN 0-95786125-2-4.

7. Sharma M., Purdy S.C., Newall P., Wheldall K., Beaman R., Dillon H. (2002)

Discriminative cortical auditory-evoked potentials for the diagnosis of auditory processing disorders in children.

National Acoustic Laboratories Annual Report 2001/2002, 9-11

Papers presented at conferences

Over 100 presentations have been made at conferences, in the U.S.A. , Thailand , Sweden , Hong Kong , China , Philippines and the U.K. , as well as Australia . Several of these have been included above as published conference abstracts.

Invited lectures include those at the Asia Pacific Congress on Deafness in Beijing in 1998, the Asia-Pacific Conference on Cochlear Implant and Related Sciences in Seoul in 1999 and the Conference of the New Zealand Society of Audiology in Auckland in 2003 (where two and a half hours of plenary sessions were presented

Some recent examples are:

Newall, P.

New Audiology Programs in the Asia-Pacific Region - Challenges and Solutions.

Plenary session

8 th Asia Pacific Congress on Deafness, Taipei , 3-6 th August 2002

Newall, P .,Mitchell, P.,Golding, M.,Hartley, D., and Wigney,D.

The Blue Mountains Hearing Study - A Study Of Hearing Loss In The Elderly.

8 th Asia Pacific Congress on Deafness, Taipei , 3-6 th August 2002

Newall, P . Mitchell, P.,Sindhusake, D.,Golding, M.,Wigney, D. and Hartley, D.

Tinnitus in the Elderly - The Blue Mountains Hearing Study

8 th Asia Pacific Congress on Deafness, Taipei , 3-6 th August 2002

Sharma, M, Purdy, S.C, Newall, P, Wheldall, K, and Beaman, R.

Contribution of auditory evoked potentials to our understanding of auditory processing in children with reading delay.

Poster presented at 2003 Speech Pathology Australia National Conference , Hobart , Australia , 5-8 May, 2003.

Newall, P .

Hearing impairment and deafness amongst older people - who it affects.

Invited presentation "Hear all about it" NSW Committee on Ageing Seminar for older people about hearing impairment and deafness, Sydney , 19 th March 2003

Newall, P .

Audiology in the Asia-Pacific Region: Challenges for Australia and New Zealand

Invited Plenary Session at the New Zealand Audiological Society, 27 th Annual Conference, Takapuna, Auckland , New Zealand , 14-17 th May 2003

Newall, P.

The Blue Mountains Study: Implications for Service Provision.

Invited Plenary Session at the New Zealand Audiological Society, 27 th Annual Conference, Takapuna, Auckland , New Zealand , 14-17 th May 2003

Newall, P.

Volunteering to Assist with Overseas Audiology Services - Issues of Sustainability.

Invited Plenary Session at the New Zealand Audiological Society, 27 th Annual Conference, Takapuna, Auckland , New Zealand , 14-17 th May 2003

Sharma, M, Purdy , SC , Newall, P, Wheldall, K, and Beaman, R.

Mismatch negativity to speech and simple and complex tonal stimuli in school aged children with reading difficulties.

Paper presented at XVIII Biennial International Evoked Response Audiometry Study Group, Puerto de la Cruz , Spain , 8-12 June, 2003

Sindhusake, D., Mitchell, P., Golding, M., Newall, P., Jakobsen K.B. and Rubin, G.

Tinnitus in older Australians.

Paper presented at the World Federation on Public Health Associations (WFPHA) 10 th International Federations on Public Health

Brighton , UK , 19-22 April 2004

APPENDIX

 

These papers were presented at conferences from 1978 to 1993. The list needs updating and papers presented prior to 1978 are not included.

1. Friday, 17th April, 1978 . All day meeting.

British Society of Audiology (Audiology Technicians Group).

"Technical Aspects of Audiology".

Polytechnic of the South Bank, London .

Paper: "An Assessment Project on N.H.S. Hearing Aids" by P. Newall, C. Welsh, J. Cranage.

2. Wednesday, 12th April, 1978 . Afternoon meeting.

Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, The University, Southampton .

"Workshop on Ipsilateral Impedance Meter Calibration and Artefacts".

Paper: "Contralateral Stapedius Reflex Artefacts measured in Cadavers"

by P. Newall.

3. Tuesday, 8th May, 1978 . Evening meeting.

British Society of Audiology ( London Branch) Guys Hospital , London .

"Short Papers".

Paper: "A Stapedial Reflex Artefact" by P. Newall.

4. Monday 4th to Wednesday 6th September, 1978 .

Joint meeting Hospital Physicists Association/Biological Engineering Society. Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham .

"International Evoked Response Symposium".

Poster paper: "Some Experiences with a Nova Mini-computer in ERA" by P. Newall, A.G. Wells and R.A. Royall.

5. Friday, 29th September, 1978 .

British Society of Audiology. Queen Elizabeth Hospital , Birmingham . Paper: "Hearing aids and their fitting" by P. Newall.

6. Monday 25th to Tuesday 26th September, 1978 .

Northern Regional Health Authority Scientific and Technical Training Conference, Stannington, Northumberland.

Paper: "Audiology Training at the North Riding Infirmary" by P. Newall.

7. Friday, 20th October, 1978 .

British Society of Audiology (Northern Branch), Royal Hospital College , Liverpool .

"Calibration and Standards in Audiology".

Pa per: "The Three Tier Calibration Scheme" by P. Newall.

8. Friday, 3rd November, 1978 .

British Society of Audiology/ERA User Group, North Riding Infirmary, Middlesbrough .

"Electrical Response Audiometry".

Paper: "Some Experiences with a Nova Mini/computer based System in ERA"

by P. Newall, R.A. Royall and A.G. Wells (read by P.Newall).

9. Thursday, 24th November, 1978 .

South Tees Health District Conference, West Lane Hospital , Middlesbrough .

"The Needs of the Hearing-Impaired Adult".

Paper: "The Range of N.H.S. Aids" by P. Newall.

10. Friday, 5th January, 1979 .

British Society of Audiology Meeting, Polytechnic of Central London .

Paper: "A Survey of Adult Patients fitted with N.H.S. Aids" by P. Newall.

11. Thursday, 21st June, 1979 .

South Tees Postgraduate Medical Centre Meeting, Middlesbrough .

Paper: "New N.H.S. Hearing Aids" by P. Newall.

12. Saturday, 14th July, 1979 .

ERA User Group Meeting, Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton .

Paper: "A Survey of ERA Users in the U.K. " by P. Newall.

13. Wednesday, 18th to Friday , 20th July, 1979 .

British Society of Audiology Conference, University of Manchester .

Paper: "An Assessment of the Use of N.H.S. Hearing Aids" by P. Newall, C. Welsh and J. Cranage (read by P. Newall).

14. Thursday 13th to Friday 14th September, 1979 .

Hospital Physicists Association Conference, University of Bristol .

Paper: "Some Observations on the Contralateral Stapedial Reflex Artefact"

by P. Newall and R.A. Royall (read by P. Newall).

15. Monday 12th November, 1979 .

Institute of Acoustics (North Eastern Branch), Newcastle Polytechnic.

Paper: "Assessment of Hearing Loss" by P. Newall.

16. Saturday 12th to Sunday 13th April, 1980 .

Regional Conference of the Hexham and Newcastle Diocesan Catholic Deaf Service, Ministeracres, Co. Durham .

Paper: "Voluntary Visitors for the Deaf and Environmental Aids" by P. Newall.

17. Friday, 18th April, 1980 .

British Society of Audiology (Audiology Technicians Group) Meeting on "Technical Aspects of Audiology", Polytechnic of the South Bank, London .

Paper: "The Role of the Hearing Therapist in an Audiology Centre" by P. Newall, S. Pease and C. Welsh (read by C. Welsh).

18. Friday, 18th July, 1980 .

British Society of Audiology (Northern Branch), Meeting on "Early Diagnosis of Deafness in Children" at West Lane Hospital , Middlesbrough .

Paper: "Brain Stem and Post Auricular Muscle Responses in the Testing of Infants" by P. Newall.

19. Friday, l9th September, 1980.

British Society of Audiology (Northern Branch). Department of Audiology and Education of the Deaf, University of Manchester .

Meeting on "Hearing Aids for Children - Selection and Use".

Paper: "Initial Selection of Hearing Aids" by P. Newall.

20. Thursday, 30th to Friday, 31st October, 1980 .

Royal National Institute for the Deaf/British Society of Audiology.

Centre for the Deaf, Kings Square , Bristol .

Meeting on "The Use of Hearing Aids for Adults and Children".

Paper: "Hearing Aid Selection in Middlesbrough " by P. Newall.

21. Wednesday, 1st July, 1981 .

Audiological Society of Australia (N.S.W. Branch), National

Acoustic Laboratories Training Centre, Chatswood, N.S.W.

Meeting on "Acoustic Impedance Audiometry".

Paper: "Stapedial Reflex Artefacts" by P. Newall.

22. Monday, 20th July, 1981 .

Australian Association for Better Hearing course.

Cumberland College of Health Sciences, Lidcombe, N.S.W.

Paper: "Hearing Therapists and a Voluntary Visitors for the Deaf Scheme"

by P. Newall.

23. Tuesday, 28th July, 1981 .

Hornsby & Ku-ring-gai Acquired Hearing Loss Group.

Hillview Hospital , Turramurra, N.S.W.

Paper: "Hearing Aids" by P. Newall.

24. Friday, 4th September, 1981 .

Recorded series of five talks on Sydney radio - Christian Broadcasting Association (2CBA-FM) "Hearing Loss" by P. Newall.

25. Tuesday, 29th September, 1981 .

Hospital Audiologists Group, Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children, Camperdown, N.S.W.

Paper: "Audiology in the British National Health Service" by P. Newall.

26. Wednesday, 3rd February, 1982 .

Health Commission of New South Wales training course: "Audiometry refresher course for nurses", Staff Development Centre, St. Leonards.

Paper: "Electric Response Audiometry" by P. Newall.

27. Monday 10th to Friday, 14th May, 1982 .

52nd ANZAAS Congress at Macquarie University , N.S.W., Speech and Language Section.

Paper 1: "An overview of Electric Response Audiometry" by P. Newall.

Paper 2: "An assessment of the use of hearing aids by adults" by P. Newall.

28. Monday 5th to Wednesday, 7th June, 1982 .

Audiological Society of Australia , 5th National Conference, Leura, N.S.W.

Paper 1: "Electric Response Audiometry in the Paediatric Assessment Clinic"

by P. Newall.

Paper 2: "A mini-computer based system for hearing aid selection" by P. Newall.

29. Friday, 27th August, 1982 .

Health Commission of New South Wales , Western Metropolitan Health Region, Child Health Medical Officers In-service Seminar, Westmead Centre, N.S.W.

Paper: "Electric Response Audiometry" by P. Newall.

30. Monday, 14th February, 1983 .

Medical Research Council Institute of Hearing Research, Nottingham University , U.K.

Paper: "Advances in Audiology in Australia " by P. Newall.

31. Monday, 27th June, 1983 .

Australian Deafness Council, Stanmore, Sydney.

"Registration of Audiometrists".

Paper on the above topic by P. Newall.

32. Tuesday, 5th July, 1983 .

Continuing Education Course, School of Communication Disorders, Cumberland College of Health Sciences.

"Introduction to Aural Rehabilitation".

Paper: "Hearing Therapists and Voluntary Visitors for the Deaf in an English Hospital " by P. Newall.

33. Monday, 25th July, 1983 .

Evoked Potential Workshop, Westmead Hospital , Department of Psychiatry, Sydney .

Paper: "Post Auricular Muscle Response in Infants" by P. Newall.

34. Monday, 25th October, 1983 .

Special Help for Hard of Hearing Group, Hill View Hospital , Turramurra, Sydney.

Paper: "Hearing Therapists and Voluntary Visitors for the Deaf

in an English Hospital " by P. Newall.

35. Thursday, 10th November, 1983 .

Audiological Society of Australia (NSW Branch)

Royal Alexander Hospital for Children, Sydney.

"Hearing Loss in Children"

opening address as chairperson by P. Newall.

36. 23rd - 24th March, 1984.

St. Vincents Hospital Cochlear Implant Symposium, Sydney .

Paper: "Hearing Aids and the Cochlear Implant Program" by P. Newall.

37. 18th - 20th May, 1984.

Audiological Society of Australia

VIth National Conference and Workshops, Coolangatta , Queensland .

Paper: "Artefacts and the stapedius reflex - pitfalls for the unwary" by P. Newall.

38. 6th - l0th August, 1984.

Annual Clinical Week, Concord Repatriation General Hospital .

Symposium Paper: "Aids for Deafness" by P. Newall.

39. 29th September, 1984 .

St. Vincents Hospital Tinnitus Self Help Group, Sydney.

Paper: "Tinnitus in the U.K. " by P. Newall.

40. 18th December, 1984 .

Nottingham Tinnitus Group, Postgraduate Medical Education Centre Nottingham , U.K.

"Tinnitus Self Help Groups in Australia " by P. Newall.

41. 18th - 20th April, 1985.

Auditory Evoked Potential Symposium

Childrens Hospital , Camperdown/University of Sydney

Paper: "BAEP Recording parameters" by P. Newall.

Paper: "Calibration of click stimuli" by P. Newall.

42. 17th - 21st June, 1985.

Hearing Aid Conference, National Acoustic Laboratories, Lindfield, N.S.W.

Paper: "Modified Procedures for Profound Losses" by P. Newall.

43. Thursday, 22nd August, 1985 .

Audiometry Refresher Course, Institute of Psychiatry , Rozelle Hospital , Sydney .

Paper: "Technical Aspects of Screening Audiometry" by P. Newall.

44. 30th October, 1985 .

Nurse Audiometrists Refresher Course

Merrylands Health Clinic, Sydney .

Paper: "Electric Response Audiometry" by P. Newall.

45. Thursday, 27th March, 1986 .

ENT Committee, St. Vincents Private Hospital, Sydney.

Paper: "Problems with difficult audiograms" by P. Newall.

46. Monday, 14th April, 1986 .

Linguistics staff and postgraduate seminar

Macquarie University , Sydney .

"Amplification for the profoundly hearing impaired" by P. Newall.

47. Tuesday, 15th April, 1986 .

Epping Self-Help Group for Hard of Hearing People, Epping, N.S.W.

Talk: "Up to date Technology in Hearing Aids" by P. Newall.

48. Thursday, 24th - Sunday 27th April, 1986 .

Audiological Society of Australia .

VIIth National Conference and Workshop, Ballarat , Victoria .

Paper: "Amplification for the severely and profoundly hearing-impaired" by P. Newall and D. Byrne.

49. 8th - 12th December, 1986.

First Asian-Pacific Conference on Deafness, Hong Kong.

Paper: "Amplification for the Severely and Profoundly Hearing impaired" by P. Newall and D. Byrne.

Seminar: "Audiological factors in the selection and fitting of Phonak Hearing Aids to the profoundly hearing impaired by P. Newall.

50. Friday, 20th March, 1987 .

Self Help for Hard of Hearing People, Chatswood Group, N.S.W.

Talk: "Care of Hearing Aids" by P. Newall.

51. Tuesday, 22nd March, 1988 .

Better Hearing Australia "Ear Today - Gone Tomorrow" Series 1.

Talk: "Everything you ever wanted to know about hearing aids" by P. Newall.

52. Thursday, 12th - Sunday, 15th May, 1988 .

Audiological Society of Australia .

VIIIth National Conference and Workshops.

Paper 1: "Gain Requirements for the severely and profoundly deaf"

Paper 2: "Frequency Response requirements for the profoundly deaf"

Paper 3: "Speech discrimination in the severely and profoundly hearing-impaired" by P. Newall, A. Parkinson and D. Byrne.

53. 5th - 9th June, 1988.

International Society of Audiology.

l9th International Congress of Audiology, Jerusalem , Israel .

Paper 1: "Speech discrimination in the severely and profoundly hearing impaired".

Paper 2: "Amplification for the severely and profoundly hearing impaired".

by P. Newall, D. Byrne and A. Parkinson.

54. Thursday, 23rd June, 1988 .

British Society of Audiology

Physiological Measurement Group Workshop, York District Hospital , U.K.

Paper: "Hearing aid fitting in Australia " by P. Newall.

55. Wednesday, 6th July, 1988 .

Medical Research Council, Institute of Hearing Research,

University of Nottingham , Nottingham , U.K.

Paper: "Amplification for the profoundly hearing impaired" by P. Newall.

56. Friday, 29th August, 1988 .

Australian Language and Speech Conference,

University of New South Wales .

Paper: "Speech Discrimination in the severely and profoundly hearing-impaired" by

P. Newall , A. Parkinson and D. Byrne.

57. Monday, 12th September, l988

Epping Support Group of the Australian Tinnitus Association.

Paper: "Modern developments in Tinnitus research" by P. Newall.

58. Thursday 1st December 1988 Second International Conference on

Speech Science and Technology, Macquarie University , Sydney .

Paper "Speech Discrimination in the severely and profoundly hearing-impaired" by P.Newall, A. Parkinson and D. Byrne.

59. Friday l3th January, l989.

Education of Deaf Students Association Summer School (Organised by the NSW Education Dept.) at Deaf Society of NSW, Stanmore entitled "Focus on Success."

Talk on Educational programs available at Macquarie University by P.Newall.

60. Sunday l8th-Wednesday 21st March, l990.

Australian Association of Speech & Hearing l990 Conference, Manly, NSW.

Paper 1. "Hearing Aid Gain & Frequency response requirements for the severely & profoundly hearing impaired".

Paper 2. "The relationship of aided speech discrimination to hearing thresholds and aided sensation levels in the severely and profoundly hearing impaired"

by P. Newall, D. Byrne & A. Parkinson.

61. Thursday 26th April-Sunday 29th April l990.

9th National Conference of the Audiological Society of Australia , Thredbo, NSW.

Paper 1. "Comparison of NAL and MCL based hearing aid frequency response prescriptions for severely/profoundly hearing impaired clients.

by D. Byrne, A. Parkinson & P. Newall. (read by D. Byrne)

Paper 2 "Amplification for severely and profoundly hearing impaired children"

by P. Newall, D. Byrne & A. Parkinson.

62. 1st May-3rd May, l990

International Conference Chatswood, NSW.

Invited Paper "The relationship of aided speech recognition to hearing thresholds and aided sensation levels in the severely and profoundly hearing impaired"

by P. Newall, D. Byrne,P. Parkinson and G. Plant.

63. Friday l6th Nov.-Monday l9th Nov. l990.

l990 American Speech Hearing Convention Seattle, USA.

Technical paper. "Hearing Aid Selection for severely and profoundly hearing-impaired children" by P. Newall, D. Byrne & A. Parkinson.

64. Tuesday 27th Nov. l990

Audiology Seminar, University of Iowa Hospital Otolaryngology Dept., Iowa City , USA .

Invited Paper "Amplification for the Severely and profoundly hearing impaired child" by P. Newall.

65.Friday 30th Nov.-Saturday lst Dec. l990.

National Council for Hearing Advancement Seminar, Chicago , USA .

Invited Paper "Suggested Modifications to the NAL procedure with severe and profound hearing impaired hearing aid users" by P.Newall.

66. Tuesday 4th Dec. l990

Central Institute for the Deaf Research Seminar, St. Louis , USA .

Invited Paper "Severely and profoundly hearing-impaired people: Amplification and speech perception" by P. Newall.

67. Wed. 5th December, l990

Audiology meeting, Washington University Audiology Clinics, St. Louis , USA .

Invited paper. "Hearing aid services in Australia " by P. Newall.

68. Monday 7th January, l99l

Invited Research Seminar, Centre for Audiology, Education of the

Deaf and Speech Pathology, University of Manchester , School of Education , U.K.

Paper "Amplification for Severely and Profoundly Hearing Impaired Children" by P. Newall.

69. 19th August, 1992

Heads of Services Forum for Deaf and Hearing Impaired Students in Non-Government Centres, Renwick College , Sydney , NSW.

Invited Paper "Hearing and Settings" by T. Ching and P. Newall (read by P. Newall)

70. 7th September, 1992

Turners Syndrome Association, Chatswood, NSW.

Invited Paper "How to Cope with Children who have Hearing Loss" by P. Newall.

71. 13th October, 1992

Invited One Day Seminar on "Hearing Aids" to audiology staff Royal Prince Alfred

Hospital, Sydney by P. Newall.

72. 9th November, 1992

St Vincents Hospital temporal Bone course (Continuing Medical Education Section) "Extended Implications for Cochlear Implants" by P. Newall.

73. 13th May, 1993
Heads of Services Forum, Renwick College and Royal NSW Institute for Deaf and Blind Children.
Invited Paper "Research into Amplification Requirements of Hearing Aids"
by P. Newall, T. Ching, D. Wigney.

74. 14th-18th July, 1993
International Conference on Hearing Rehabilitation, Macquarie University , Sydney.
Paper "Amplification Requirements of Severely and Profoundly Hearing Impaird Children" by T. Ching & P. Newall (read by P. Newall).

75. 26th August, 1993 (also 1992)
Epping North Public School , Sydney
Paper "The Problem of Deafness"
Talk for Deafness Awareness Week by P. Newall.

76. 14th September, 1993
Phonak Australiana Personal Integrated Communication System (PICS) launch The Gateway Hotel, Sydney.

Talk on "New Technology for the Hearing Impaired by P. Newall (Channel 10 Television Eyewitness News and 2BL 702 Radio)

(About 50 more papers were given up to 2005 including several as international guest speaker/plenary sessions in Thailand , South Africa and the Philippines )

 


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