Research & Publications

Current

Wolfe, Jace (2020). Cochlear Implants: Audiologic Management and Considerations for Implantable Hearing Devices. Plural Publishing, Inc. San Diego, CA.

Madell, J.R., Flexer, C., Wolfe, J., Schafer, E.C. (2019). Pediatric Audiology: Diagnosis, Technology, and Management, 3rd Edition. Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc. New York, NY.

Madell, J.R., Flexer, C., Wolfe, J., Schafer, E.C. (2019). Pediatric Audiology Case Book, 2nd Edition. Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc. New York, NY.

2019

Wolfe, Jace (2019). Mission: Probable – Age-appropriate Listening and Spoken Language Abilities for Children with Hearing Loss. Retrieved on February 13, 2019 at https://learn.hearingfirst.org/mission_probable

2018

Wolfe, J. (2018). 20Q: Outcomes of children with cochlear implants – shooting for the moon! AudiologyOnline, Article 24216. Retrieved on February 19, 2019 from https://www.audiologyonline.com/E/32437/79123/73579172a4e1b39cbe

Smith, J., Wolfe, J., & Dettman, S. (2018). Compelling evidence supports early implantation. The Hearing Journal, 71(6), 36-38.

Wolfe, Jace, Gifford, Rene, Schafer, Erin. (2018). Measurement of the electrically-evoked stapedial reflex response with wideband acoustic reflectance measurement. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 29(4): 337-347. 

Beck, Douglas, et al… Jace Wolfe (In press). Audiologic considerations for people with hearing difficulty and speech in noise problems given hearing within the range of normal limits.

Smith, Joanna, Jace Wolfe. (2018). Updates on unilateral hearing loss. The Hearing Journal, 71(2), 18-20.

Smith, Joanna, Jace Wolfe. (2018). Ins, outs of frequency-lowering processing. The Hearing Journal, 71(10), 16-21.

2017

Wolfe, Jace, Neumann, Sara, Schafer, Erin, Marsh, Megan, Wood, Mark, Baker, Richard Stanley. (2017). Potential benefits of an integrated electric-acoustic sound processor with children: a preliminary report. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 28(2): 127-140.

Wolfe, Jace, Duke, Mila, Schafer, Erin C., Rehmann, Julia, Jha, Siddhartha, John, Andrew, Jones, Christine (2017). Preliminary evaluation of a novel non-linear frequency compression scheme for use in children. International Journal of Audiology, 56(12): 976-988.

Wolfe, Jace, Gilbert, Melanie, Schafer, Erin, Leo Litvak, Leo, Spahr, Tony, Saoji, Aniket, Charles Finley (2017). Optimizations for the electrically-evoked stapedial reflex threshold measurement in cochlear implant recipients. Ear and Hearing, 38(2): 255-261.

Glista, Daniel, Hawkins, Marianne, Bohnert, Andrea, Wolfe, Jace, Scollie, Susan. (2017). The effect of adaptive nonlinear frequency compression on phoneme perception. American Journal of Audiology, 26(4): 532-542.

Wolfe, Jace, Mila, Duke, Schafer, Erin, Jones, Christine, Rakita, Lori. (2017). Evaluation of adaptive noise management technologies for school-age children with hearing loss. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 28(5): 414-435.

Smith, J., Wolfe, J., {& Musgrave, E. (2017). Benefits of CAER assessment in the clinic. The Hearing Journal, 70(6), 38,39,40,45.

Smith, J., Wolfe, J., & Neumann, S. (2017). Maximizing research, audiology fundamentals in ANSD management. The Hearing Journal, 70(8), 32,34,35,39.

Smith, J. & Wolfe, J. (2017). Lessons from OCHL. The Hearing Journal, 70(12), 12, 14, 16.

2016

Duke, Mila Morais, Wolfe, Jace, Schafer, Erin (2016). Recognition of speech from the television with use of a wireless technology designed for cochlear implants. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 27(5): 388-394.  

Wolfe, Jace, Duke, Mila Morais, Schafer, Erin C., Cire, George, Menapace, Christine, O’Neill, Lori. (2016). Evaluation of a wireless audio streaming accessory to improve mobile telephone performance of cochlear implant users. International Journal of Audiology, 55(2): 75-82.

Wolfe, Jace, Morais, Mila, Schafer, Erin. (2016). Speech recognition of bimodal cochlear implant recipients using a wireless audio streaming accessory for the telephone. Otology and Neurotology, 37(2): e20-25.

Smith, J. & Wolfe, J. (2016). Thirty million words. The Hearing Journal, 69(8), 16-20.

Wolfe, J., Morais, M., Neumann, S., Schafer, E., Mulder, H.E., … Hudson, M. (2013). Evaluation of speech recognition with personal FM and classroom audio distribution systems. Journal of Educational Audiology, 19, 65-79

Wolfe, J. & Smith, J. (2016). Auditory brain development in children with hearing loss-Part one. The Hearing Journal, 69(10), 14, 16,18.

Wolfe, J. & Smith, J. (2016). Auditory brain development in children with hearing loss-Part two. The Hearing Journal, 69(11), 14, 16,18,20

2015

Wolfe, J., Schafer, E. C., Martella, M., Morais, M., & Mann, M. (2015). Evaluation of extended wear hearing technology for children with hearing loss. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 27(7), 615-631.

Wolfe, J., Morais, M., & Schafer, E. (2015). Improving hearing performance for cochlear implant recipients with use of a digital, wireless, remote-microphone, audio-streaming accessory. Journal

of the American Academy of Audiology, 26(6), 532-539. [Tier 1]

Wolfe, J., Neumann, S., Marsh, M., Schafer, E., Lianos, L., Gilden, J….Jones, M. (2015). The benefits of adaptive signal processing in a commercially available cochlear implant sound processor. Otology & Neurotology, 36(7), 1181-1190

Wolfe, J., Morais, M., Schafer, E., Agrawal, S., & Koch, D. (2015). Evaluation of speech recognition of cochlear implant recipients using adaptive, digital remote microphone technology and a speech enhancement sound processing algorithm. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 26(5), 502-508.

Wolfe, J., Schafer, E., Mills, E., John, A. B., Hudson, M., Anderson, S. (2015). Evaluation of the benefits of binaural hearing on the telephone for children with hearing loss. American Academy of Audiology, 26(1), 93-100. [Tier 1]

Wolfe, Jace, Neumann, Sara, Marsh, Megan, Schafer, Erin, Lianos, Leslie, Gilden, Jan, O’Neill Lori, Arkis Pete, Menapace Christine, Nel Esti, Jones Marion. (2015). Benefits of adaptive signal processing in a commercially available cochlear implant sound processor. Otology and Neurotology, 36(7): 1181-1190.

Smith, J., et al. How to Be an Effective Influencer for Good. Hearing Journal. 68(6):32,34,36, June 2015.

Wolfe, J., et al. Evaluation of wideband frequency responses and non-linear frequency compression for children with mild to moderate high-frequency hearing loss. International Journal of Audiology, 2015.

Smith, J. & Wolfe, J. Anticipate families’ most common hearing healthcare questions. Hearing Journal. 68(4):22,23,26,28, April 2015.

Smith, J. & Wolfe, J. “Oh behave!” How to enhance behavioral audiometric assessment. Hearing Journal. 68(2):14,16,18, February 2015.

2014

Wolfe, Jace (2014). Flying to the moon on radio waves: Optimizing outcomes with RF technologies. In Jerry Northern (ed.) A Sound Foundation Through Early Amplification 2013: Proceedings of the 6th International Conference. Phonak AG, Stafa, Switzerland.

Wolfe, J, John, A.B. Schafer, E.C. Hudson, M.A, Boretzki, M., Scollie, S, Woods, W., Wheeler, J., Hudgens, K., Neumann, S. (2014). Evaluation of wideband frequency responses and non-linear frequency compression for children with mild to moderate high-frequency hearing loss. International Journal of Audiology, 54(3),170-181.

John, A. B., Wolfe, J., Scollie, S., Schafer, E., Hudson, M., Woods, W., Wheeler, J., Hudgens, K., Neuman, S. (2014). Evaluation of wideband frequency responses and non-linear frequency compression for children with cookie-bite audiometric configurations. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology,25(10), 1022-1033. [Tier 1]

Wolfe, J. & Schafer, E. Programming Cochlear Implants. 2nd ed. 2014.

Wolfe, J & Neumann, S. Chapter on Pediatric Hearing Aids in Sandlin’s Textbook of Hearing Aid Amplification: Technical and Clinical Considerations, by Metz, M. 2014.

Smith, J. & Wolfe, J. Counting down the highlights in CI technology for children. Hearing Journal. 67(12):26,28,30, December 2014.

Smith, J., Burk, P., Earley, D., & Wolfe, J. The big screen difference: From skepticism to success in UNHS. Hearing Journal. 67(10):44,45,46,48, October 2014.

Smith, J. & Wolfe, J. Adopting auditory-verbal strategies: On bird dogs and play-by-plays. Hearing Journal. 67(8):32,34,36, August 2014.

Smith, J. & Wolfe, J. Sound advice for ABR testing: No squinting or guessing. Hearing Journal. 67(6):14,16,18, June 2014.

Smith, J. & Wolfe, J. Using contemporary ABR protocols to get accurate results. Hearing Journal. 67(5):36,38-40, May 2014.

Smith, J. & Wolfe, J. Counting down the “Tot 10” highlights of 2013. Hearing Journal. 67(1):, January 2014.

Wolfe, Jace (2014). 20Q: ABR Assessment in Infants – ABR assessment in infants: protocols and standards. 20 Questions with Gus Mueller. Audiology Online.

Wolfe, Jace (2014). 20Q: ABR assessment in infants – getting it right when it matters the most. 20 Questions with Gus Mueller. Audiology Online.

2013

Wolfe Jace, Erin Schafer, Aaron Parkinson, Andrew John, Mary Hudson, Julie Wheeler, Angie Mucci, B.S. (2013). Effects of input processing and type of personal FM system on speech recognition performance of adults with cochlear implants. Ear and Hearing, 34(1): 52-62.

Wolfe Jace, Stan Baker, Mark Wood (2013). Clinical case study review: steroid-responsive change in electrode impedance.  Otology and Neurotology, 34(2): 227-232.

Wolfe J, Morais M, Neumann S, Schafer E, Mülder HE, Wells N, John A, Hudson M. (2013). Evaluation of speech recognition with personal FM and classroom audio distribution systems. Journal of the Educational Audiology Association, 19: 65-79.

Wolfe, J., Morais, M., Schafer, E. C., Mills, E, Mülder, H. E., Goldbeck, F., Marquis, F, John, A., Hudson, M., Peters, R., & Lianos, L. (2013). Evaluation of speech recognition of cochlear implant recipients using a personal digital adaptive radio frequency system. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 24(8), 714-724. [Tier 1]

Smith, J. & Wolfe, J. Testing otoacoustic emissions in children: The known and the unknown. Hearing Journal. 66(12):20,22,23, December 2013.

Smith, J. & Wolfe, J. Tot 10: Monkey (wrench) in the middle: Evaluating middle ear function in young children. Hearing Journal. 66(10):24,26,27, October 2013.

Wolfe, J., et al. Original research: In asymmetric high-frequency hearing loss, NLFC helps. Hearing Journal. 66(9):26-29, September 2013.

Smith, J. & Wolfe, J. Tot 10: The Ten Commandments of pediatric hearing healthcare. Hearing Journal. 66(8):14-16, August 2013.

Wolfe, J., Morais Duke, M., et al. Better speech recognition with digital RF system in study of cochlear implants. Hearing Journal. 66(7):24-26, July 2013.

Neumann, Sara & Wolfe, Jace (2013). What’s new and notable in hearing aids. Volta Voices, 2013, 20(3), 24-29.

Wolfe, Jace, Mila Morais, Erin Schafer, Emily Mills, Robert Peters, Leslie Lianos, Andrew John, Mary Hudson (2013). A tutorial on digital radio frequency transmission and an evaluation of MED-EL users’ performance with the Phonak Roger Digital RF System. The Hearing Journal.

John, Andrew, Jace Wolfe, Erin Schafer, Mary Hudson, Kimberly Fox, Julie Wheeler, Johnna Wallace (2013). Non-linear frequency compression for adults with asymmetric sloping sensorineural hearing loss. The Hearing Journal.

2012

Wolfe Jace, Aaron Parkinson, Erin C. Schafer, Jan Gilden, Kathy Rehwinkel, Jennifer Mansanares, Elizabeth Coughlan, Jennifer Wright, Jennifer Torres, Stephanie Gannaway (2012). Benefit of a Commercially Available Cochlear Implant Processor with Dual-Microphone Beamforming: A Multi-Center Study. Otology and Neurotology, 33(4): 553-560.

Schafer, E. C., Wolfe, J., Algier, K., Morais, M., Price, S., Monzingo, J., Beeler, S., & Ramos, H. (2012). Spatial hearing in noise of young children with cochlear implants and hearing aids. Journal of Educational Audiology, 18, 38-52. [Tier 3, funded by external grants]

2011

Wolfe, J., et al. Evaluation of noise reduction technologies in a contemporary cochlear implant system. Hearing Journal. 64(5):36,38,40,42,43, May 2011.

Eustaquio, Marcia, Wayne Berryhill, Jace Wolfe, & James Saunders (2011). Balance in children with bilateral cochlear implants.  Otology & Neurotology, 32: 424-427.

Wolfe, Jace, Erin Schafer, Andrew John & Mary Hudson (2011). The effect of front-end processing on cochlear implant performance of children. Otology & Neurotology, 32: 533-538.

Wolfe, Jace, Andrew John, Erin Schafer, Myriel Nyffeler, Michael Boretzki, Teresa Caraway, & Mary Hudson (2011). Long-term effects of non-linear frequency compression for children with moderate hearing loss, International Journal of Audiology, 50, 396, 404.

Wolfe, Jace, Mary Hudson, Andrew John, Erin C. Schafer, (2011). Evaluation of noise reduction technologies in a contemporary cochlear implant system. The Hearing Journal, 2011, 64(5),36,38,40,42,43

Wolfe, Jace (2011). Pediatric Audiologist: AKA Superhero. The Hearing Journal, 2011, 64(7), 8-9.

Wolfe, Jace (2011). Small Talk: 11 in ’11: Top highlights in pediatric audiology. The Hearing Journal, 2011, 64(12): 36,38.

2010

Wolfe, Jace (2010). Nonlinear frequency compression for children with moderate hearing loss. In Richard Seewald & John Bamford (Eds.) A Sound Foundation Through Early Amplification 2010: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference. Phonak AG, Stafa, Switzerland.

Wolfe, Jace & Erin Schafer (2010). Candidacy and device options: Personal amplification systems for school-aged children. Seminars in Hearing, 31(3): 203-218.

Schafer, Erin & Wolfe, Jace (2010).  Hearing assistance technology for Children: candidacy and selection. Seminars in Hearing, 31(3): 219-232.

Wolfe, J. & Schafer, E. (2010). Effects of accessory-mixing ratio on performance with personal FM and cochlear implants In C. DeConde-Johnson & Hans Mulder (Eds.), Proceedings of the Phonak 1st Virtual FM Conference – ACCESS 2 (Achieving Clear Communication Employing Sound Solutions). Switzerland: Phonak AG.  

Schafer, E. & Wolfe, J. (2010). Effects of FM receiver gain on performance with cochlear implants.  In C. DeConde-Johnson & Hans Mulder (Eds.), Proceedings of the Phonak 1st Virtual FM Conference – ACCESS 2 (Achieving Clear Communication Employing Sound Solutions). Switzerland: Phonak AG.

Wolfe, Jace, Andrew John, Erin Schafer, Myriel Nyffeler, Michael Boretzki, & Teresa Caraway (2010). Evaluation of non-linear frequency compression for school-age children with moderate to moderately-severe hearing loss.  Journal of American Academy of Audiology, 21: 618-628.

Wolfe, Jace & Rogers-Scholl. Small talk selects the highlights of 2009 in pediatric audiology. The Hearing Journal, 2010, 63(1): 41.

Wolfe, Jace (2010). Comparison of Speech Recognition for Recipients with Cochlear Implant Technology from Different Manufacturers. Cochlear Clinical White Paper. http://www.cochlearamericas.com.

2009

Schafer, Erin, Wolfe, Jace, Lawless, Trent, & Stout, Beki. (2009) Effects of FM-receiver gain on speech-recognition performance of adults with cochlear implants. International Journal of

Audiology, 48(4): 196-203.

Wolfe Jace, Erin Schafer, Benjamin Heldner, Hans Mulder, Emily Ward, and Brandon Vincent. (2009). Evaluation of speech recognition in noise with cochlear implants and dynamic FM. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 20(7): 409-421.

Wolfe, Jace. (2009). Fitting the Phonak Inspiro dynamic FM system to the Freedom sound processor. Cochlear Corporation Implantable Hearing Solutions, 2(1): 55-58.

Wolfe, Jace, Teresa Caraway, Andrew John, Erin Schafer, & Myriel Nyffeler. Study suggests that non-linear frequency compression helps children with moderate loss, The Hearing Journal, 62(9): 32-37.

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