Allied Health Sciences - The College of Allied Health


Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
College of Allied Health
University of Oklahoma
Health Sciences Center
1200 N Stonewall, Room 3091
Oklahoma City, OK 73126-0901
Phone: (405) 271-4214,
Fax: (405) 271-1565,
Email: Department Contact

Andrew John, Ph.D.

Dr John

Associate Professor
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
College of Allied Health
Curriculum Vitae


E-mail Andrew John
(405) 271-4214 ext. 46065

Ph.D., Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2007

B.A., Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2002

Professional Program
CSD 5133: Research Foundations in CSD (MA)
CSD 5540: Doctoral Seminar in CSD
CSD 6563: Advanced Research Methods in CSD
CSD 8153: Instrumentation and Electroacoustics
CSD 8173: Advanced Anatomy and Physiology of Hearing
CSD 8460: Directed Readings in Audiology
CSD 9333: Research Foundations in CSD (AuD)

  1. Kreisman B, Smart J, & John AB (2014). Diagnostic audiology. In Katz J, Chasin M, Hood LJ, & Tillery KL (eds.) Handbook of Clinical Audiology, 7th Edition (pp 119-134). Philadelphia: Wolters Klouwer Health.
  2. Smaldino J, Kreisman B, John AB, & Bondurant L (2014). Room acoustics and rehabilitation technology. In Katz J, Chasin M, Hood LJ, & Tillery KL (eds.) Handbook of Clinical Audiology, 7th Edition (pp 675-702). Philadelphia: Wolters Klouwer Health.
  3. Smaldino J, Kreisman B, & John AB (2014). Assistive technologies for the hearing impaired. In Metz, M (ed.) Sandlin’s Textbook of Hearing Aid Amplification, 3rd Edition. San Diego: Plural Publishing.
  4. Wolfe J, Morais M, Neumann S, Schafer E, Mülder HE, Wells N, John AB, & Hudson M (2013). Evaluation of speech recognition with personal FM and classroom audio distribution systems. Journal of Educational Audiology, 19, 65-79.
  5. Wolfe J, Morais M, Schafer E, Mills E, Mülder HE, Goldbeck F, Marquis F, John AB, Hudson M, Peters BR, & 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, 714-724 (impact factor: 1.63).
  6. John AB, Wolfe J, Schafer E, Boretzki M, Hudson M, Fox K, Wheeler J, & Wallace J (2013). In asymmetric high-frequency hearing loss, NLFC helps. Hearing Journal, 66(9), 26-29.
  7. Wolfe J, Morais M, Schafer E, Mills E, Peters R, Lianos L, John AB, & Hudson M (2013). Better speech recognition with digital RF system in study of cochlear implants. Hearing Journal, 66(7), 24-26.
  8. Kimball SK, Urban B, & John AB (2013). Factors affecting patient retention and quality of care. Audiology Practices, 4(1), 1-3.
  9. Wolfe J, Schafer EC, Parkinson A, John AB, Hudson M, Wheeler J, & Mucci A (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 (impact factor: 3.26).
  10. John AB, Hall JW III, & Kreisman, B (2012). Effects of advancing age and hearing loss on Gaps-in-Noise test performance. American Journal of Audiology, 21, 242-250 (impact factor: 0.87).
  11. John AB & Kreisman B (2012). Review of classroom audio distribution system literature. In Smaldino J & Flexer C (eds.) Handbook of Acoustic Accessibility: Best Practices for Listening, Learning, and Literacy in the Classroom. New York: Thieme.
  12. John AB, Kreisman B, & Smaldino J (2012). An overview of current CADS technologies. In Smaldino J & Flexer C (eds.) Handbook of Acoustic Accessibility: Best Practices for Listening, Learning, and Literacy in the Classroom. New York: Thieme.
  13. Kreisman N, John AB, Kreisman B, Hall JW III, & Crandell C (2012). Psychosocial status of children with auditory processing disorder. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 23(3), 222-233 (impact factor: 1.63).
  14. John AB, Kreisman B, & Pallett S (2012). Validity of hearing impairment calculation methods for prediction of self-reported hearing handicap. Noise and Health, 14(56), 13-20 (impact factor: 1.65).
  15. Wolfe J, John AB, Schafer E, Nyffeler M, Boretzki M, Caraway T, & Hudson M (2011). Long-term effects of non-linear frequency compression for children with moderate hearing loss. International Journal of Audiology, 50(6), 396-404 (impact factor: 1.63).
  16. Wolfe J, Schafer EC, John AB, & Hudson M (2011). The effect of front-end processing on cochlear implant performance of children. Otology & Neurotology, 32(4), 533-538 (impact factor: 2.01).
  17. Wolfe J, Hudson M, John AB, & Schafer EC (2011). Evaluation of noise reduction technologies in a contemporary cochlear implant system. Hearing Journal, 64(5), 36-43.
  18. Hall JW III, Johnston KN, John AB, & Crandell CC (2010). Children with auditory processing disorder benefit from Phonak Edulink use. Proceedings of the 2010 Phonak International ACCESS conference, 47-53.
  19. Schafer EC, Richburg CM, John AB, Anderson KL, Naeve-Velguth S, & Updike CDL (2010). Journal of Educational Audiology: ten years in review. Journal of Educational Audiology, 16, 4-19.
  20. Wolfe J, John AB, Schafer E, Nyffeler M, Boretzki M, & Caraway T (2010). Evaluation of non-linear frequency compression for school-age children with moderate to moderately-severe hearing loss. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 21(10), 618-628 (impact factor: 1.63).
  21. Kreisman B & John AB (2010). A case law review of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act for children with hearing loss or auditory processing disorders. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 21(7), 426-440 (impact factor: 1.63).
  22. Wolfe J, Caraway T, John AB, Schafer E, & Nyffeler M (2009). Study suggests that non-linear frequency compression helps children with moderate loss. Hearing Journal, 62(9), 32-37.
  23. Johnston KN, John AB, Kreisman NV, Hall JW III, & Crandell C (2009). Multiple benefits of personal FM system use by children with auditory processing disorder. International Journal of Audiology, 48(6), 371-383 (impact factor: 1.63).
  24. Smaldino J, Crandell C, Kreisman B, John AB, & Kreisman N (2009). Room acoustics and rehabilitation technology. In Katz J, Medwetsky L, Burkard R, & Hood L (eds.) Handbook of Clinical Audiology, 6th Edition (pp 745-775). Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  25. Smaldino J, Crandell C, Kreisman B, John AB, & Kreisman N (2007). Room acoustics for listeners with normal hearing and hearing impairment. In Valente M, Hosford-Dunn H, & Roeser R (eds.) Audiology Treatment (pp 418-451). New York: Thieme.

Wolfe J & John AB. Collaborative research agreement in partnership with Phonak AG. Multi-study agreement between Phonak AG, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, and Hearts for Hearing Foundation to evaluate Phonak diagnostic and amplification technology. $300,000. Funded by Phonak AG, 2011-2014. Role: co-PI

Wolfe, J., John, A.B., Kasulis, H., & Ballard, J.  Frequency compression for children with mild to moderate hearing loss.  Funded by Phonak AG., 2009-2010.  Role:  co-PI

John, A.B.  A role for working memory in speech perception of older adults.  $7,500.  Funded by OUHSC College of Allied Health Research Seed Grant, 2008-2009.  Role:  PI

Aural rehabilitation for children and adults

Classroom acoustics

FM and other assistive technology

Medicolegal evaluation of hearing loss

Speech perception