Anne Marie Tharpe, Ph.D.

Professor

anne.m.tharpe@vanderbilt.edu

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Faculty Appointments
Chair of the Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences Professor of Hearing and Speech Sciences Professor of Otolaryngology
Education
Ph.D., Hearing & Speech Sciences, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TennesseeM.S., Hearing & Speech Sciences, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TennesseeB.S., University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
Office Address
Bill Wilkerson Center
8310 MCE ST
Nashville, TN 37212-8242
Research Description
Research Keywords
normal hearing processes and hearing impairment in infants and young children
Publications
Hicks, C.B., & Tharpe, A.M. Listening Effort and Fatigue in School Age Children With and Without Hearing Loss. Journal of Speech, Hearing, Language Research. 2002; 45: 573-84.

Tharpe, A.M., Ashmead, D.H., & Rothpletz, A.M. Organization of Attention in Deaf Children With and Without Cochlear Implants. Journal of Speech, Hearing, Language Research. 2002; 45((2)): 103-13.

Tharpe, A.M., Sladen, D., Huta, H., & Rothpletz, A.M. Practical Considerations of Real Ear to Coupler Difference Measures in Infants. American Journal of Audiology. 2001; 10((1)): 41-9.

Tharpe, A.M., & Ashmead, D.H. A Longitudinal Investigation of Infant Auditory Sensitivity. American Journal of Audiology. 2001; 10((2)): 104-12.

Tharpe, A.M., Fino-Szumski, M.S., & Bess, F.H. Survey of Hearing Aid Fitting Practices for Children with Multiple Disabilities. American Journal of Audiology. 2001; 10((1)): 32-40.

Tharpe, A. M., & Bess, F. H. Minimal, progressive, and fluctuating hearing losses in children. 1999.

Tharpe, A. M. Service delivery to children with multiple involvement. A Sound Foundation through Early Amplification. 1998.

Tharpe, A. M., & Biswas, G. Characterization of problem solving in audiology: Implications for training. 1997.

Tharpe, A. M., & Clayton, E. W. Newborn hearing screening: Issues in legal liability and quality assurance. 1997.