PUBLICATIONS – Peer Reviewed
Ramkissoon, I., Estis, J.M., & Gaal, A.R. Digit SRT in Normal Hearing Children aged 5‐8 years with Typical Language Development. Manuscript in preparation.
Ramkissoon, I., Dagenais, P.A., Evans, K., Camp, T., & Ferguson, N. Ethnic Group Preferences & Discourse When Presented Ethnically Diverse Photographs. Manuscript in preparation.
Ramkissoon, I. Cigarette smoking and stimulus type impact the auditory middle latency response in younger and older smokers and nonsmokers. Manuscript #: TIJA‐2010‐09‐0198, International Journal of Audiology. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Ramkissoon, I. Smoking Impacts Self‐reported Hearing Difficulty in Young and Middle‐aged Adults: Implications for Community Health Screening Protocols. Manuscript #: JOHE‐D‐10‐00100, Journal of Community Health. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Shelley‐Tremblay, J.F., Syklawer, S., & Ramkissoon, I. (in press). A Preliminary Investigation of the Effects of Magno‐parvocellular Integration Training on Improvements in Fluency and Visual Evoked Potentials in Children who are Poor Readers. Journal of Behavioral Optometry
Ramkissoon, I. (in press). Objective Assessment of Hearing [Review of the book Objective Assessment of Hearing.]. Ear and Hearing.
Ramkissoon, I. & Chambers, R.D. (2008). Effects of Chronic and Acute Smoking on AMLRs in Older and Younger Listeners. International Journal of Audiology, 47 (12), 715‐23.
Ramkissoon, I., & Khan, F. (2003). Serving multilingual clients with hearing loss: How linguistic diversity affects audiologic management. ASHA Leader, 8 (3), 1, 10‐11, 27. Available: http://www.asha.org/publications/
Ramkissoon, I., Proctor, A., Lansing, C., and Bilger, R.C. (2002). Digit speech recognition thresholds for non‐native speakers of English. American Journal of Audiology, 11(1), 22‐27.
Ramkissoon, I. (2001). Speech recognition thresholds for multilingual populations. Communication Disorders Quarterly, 22 (3), 158‐162.
Proctor, A., & Ramkissoon, I. (2001). Speech materials for testing hearing of Deaf and hard of hearing children from non‐English speaking backgrounds. Perspectives on Communication Disorders and Sciences in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations, 7 (1), 8‐10. [ASHA SID 14 Newsletter]