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Dr. Joan Besing, professor and program director of both the Speech-Language Pathology program and the Clinical Doctorate in Audiology program, received a PhD in Hearing Science from Louisiana State University. Her research interests include the effects of competing signals and reduction of message redundancy on speech perception and localization, the effects of bilingualism on speech perception in noise, and localization and spatial hearing in children. She teaches courses including Basic Medical Audiology: Genetics and Pathology, Clinical Instrumentation, Fundamentals of Audiology Assessment, Hearing and Speech Science, and Special Topics in Audiology. She has been recognized as an ASHA Fellow.

Research interests

The effects of competing signals and reduction of message redundancy on speech perception and localization, the effects of bilingualism on speech perception in noise, and localization and spatial hearing in children.

Scholarly Interests

Listening in Challenging Environments
Effects of bilingualism on speech perception in noise
Localization and Spatial Hearing in Children

Teaching

Basic Medical Audiology: Genetics and Pathology, Clinical Instrumentation, Fundamentals of Audiology Assessment, Hearing and Speech Science, and Special Topics in Audiology. 

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  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

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