Carol Silverman, Ph.D.Carol Silverman, Ph.D., M.P.H.

Adjunct Professor of Otolaryngology
Hearing Science
310 E. 14th Street
New York, NY 10003
TEL: (212) 979-4690
FAX: (212) 533-3489

Publications

Books & Chapters

  1. Silman S, Silverman CA (1996). Acoustic-Immittance Tests. In SE Gerber (Ed.), The Handbook of Pediatric Audiology. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press. Pp. 104-144.

  2. Task Force on Geriatric Communication Problems [Wheeler DG (ed.), Clark LW, Mannly CA, Mullaney N, Sonnenberg J, Casper JK, Silverman CA, Greene RY, Montano JA], New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association (1993). Geriatric Communication Disorders. New York: Brookdale Center on Aging of Hunter College.

  3. Silman S, Silverman CA. (1991). Auditory Diagnosis: Principles and Applications. San Diego: Singular Publishing Group (2nd Printing, 1997). (1st Printing, San Diego: Academic Press).

  4. Silman S, Parkhurst C, Emmer MB, Silverman CA, Cherry R, Rubinstein A (Eds.). (1988). Proceedings: International Congress on Auditory Evoked Potentials, New York City, October, 1986. Brooklyn, NY: Brooklyn College and Department of Speech, Brooklyn College.

  5. Miller MH, Silverman CA (Eds.). (1984). Occupational Hearing Conservation. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

  6. Miller MH, Silverman CA. (1984). Audiometric and audiologic aspects of occupational hearing conservation programs. In MH Miller & CA Silverman (Eds.), Occupational Hearing Conservation (pp. 151-181). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

  7. Bosatra A, Russolo M, Silverman CA. (1984). Acoustic-reflex latency: State of the art. In S Silman (Ed.), The Acoustic Reflex: Basic Principles and Clinical Applications (pp. 301-328). New York: Academic Press. 

  8. Silman S, Gelfand SA, Piper N, Silverman CA, Van Frank L. (1984). Prediction of hearing loss from the acoustic-reflex threshold. In S Silman (Ed.), The Acoustic Reflex: Basic Principles and Clinical Applications (pp. 187-203). New York: Academic Press. 

Refereed Articles

  1. Emmer, MB, Silman S, Silverman CA, Levitt H. (Accepted with minor revision). Temporal integration of the contralateral acoustic-reflex threshold for a 1000-Hz tonal activator and its age-related changes. J Am Acad Aud

  2. Emmer MB, Silman S, Silverman CA, Levitt H. (In press). Temporal integration of the contralateral acoustic-reflex threshold and its age-related changes. J Acoust Soc Am. Tentatively sScheduled for October 2005 publication.

  3. Silverman CA, Silman S, Emmer MB, Schoeflin JR, Lutolf JR. (In press). Auditory Deprivation in Adults with Asymmetric, Sensorineural Hearing Impairment J Am Acad Aud.

  4. Wu ZW, Silverman CA, Linstrom CJ, Tessema B, Cosetti M. (2005). Objective computerized vs. subjective analysis of facial Synkinesis. Laryngoscope 115:2118-2122. 

  5. Linstrom CJ, Silverman CA, Colson D. (2002). Facial motion analysis with a video and computer system following treatment of acoustic neuroma. J Otol & Neurotol 23(4):572-579.

  6. Linstrom CJ, Silverman CA, Rosen A, Meiteles LZ. (2001). Bone-conduction impairment in chronic ear disease. Annals Otol Rhinol Laryngol. 110:437-441.

  7. Linstrom CJ, Silverman CA, Rosen A, Meiteles LZ. (2000). Eustachian-tube endoscopy in patients with chronic ear disease. Laryngoscope 110:1884-1889.

  8. Silman S, Silverman CA, Emmer M. (2000). Central auditory processing disorders and reduced motivation: Three case studies. J Amer Acad Audiol 11:57-63.

  9. Linstrom CJ, Silverman CA, Susman WM. (2000). Facial-motion analysis with a video and computer system: A preliminary report. Am J Otol 21:123-129.

  10. Silverman CA (1998). Audiologic assessment and amplification. Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice 25(3):545-581.

  11. Silman S, Jerger JF, Fanning B, Silverman CA, Emmer MB (1998). The telephone-ear phenomenon and asymmetric suprathreshold speech recognition. J Amer Acad Audiol 5:380-384.

  12. Silverman CA, Silman S (1995). Acoustic-immittance characteristics of children with middle-ear effusion: A longitudinal investigation. J Amer Acad Audiol 6:339-345.

  13. Silverman CA (1995). Pure-tone characteristics of children with middle-ear effusion. Semin Hear 16(1): 99-104. Invited article.

  14. Silman S, Silverman CA, Arick DS (1994). Pure-tone assessment and screening of children with middle-ear effusion. J Amer Acad Audiol 5:173-182.

  15. Silman S, Silverman CA, Emmer MB, Gelfand SA. (1993). Effects of prolonged lack of amplification on speech-recognition performance: Preliminary findings. J Rehab Res Dev 30(3): 326-332. Invited article.

  16. Silverman CA, Emmer MB (1993). Auditory deprivation and recovery in unilaterally sensorineural hearing-impaired adults. J Am Acad Audiol 4:338-346. Invited article.

  17. Silman S, Silverman CA, Emmer MB, Gelfand SA. (1992). Adult-onset auditory deprivation. J Amer Acad Audiol 3:390-396.

  18. Silman S, Silverman CA, Arick D. (1992). Acoustic-immittance screening for detection of middle-ear effusion in children. J Amer Acad Audiol 3:262-268.

  19. Silverman CA, Silman S. (1990). Auditory deprivation from monaural amplification and recovery with binaural amplification: Two case studies. J Amer Acad Audiol 1:175-180.

  20. Silverman CA. (1989). Auditory deprivation. Hear Instr 40(9):26-32.

  21. Jakimetz JR, Silman S, Miller MH, Silverman CA. (1989). Some effects of signal bandwidth and spectral density on the acoustic-reflex threshold in the elderly. J Acoust Soc Am 8:1783-1789.

  22. Harrison T, Silman S, Silverman CA. (1989). The acoustic-reflex growth function in a patient with a cerebellar tumor: A case study. J Speech Hear Dis 54:505-508.

  23. Silman S, Silverman CA, Gelfand SA, Lutolf J, Lynn DJ. (1988). Ipsilateral acoustic-reflex testing for detection of facial-nerve pathology: Three case studies. J Speech Hear Dis 53:378-382.

  24. Silman S, Gelfand SA, Silverman CA. (1984). Late-onset auditory deprivation: Effects of monaural versus binaural hearing aids. J Acoust Soc Am 76:1357-1362.

  25. Silman S, Silverman CA, Showers T, Gelfand SA. (1984). Otology & Audiology: Effect of age on prediction of hearing loss with bivariate plotting procedure. O.R.L. Digest 8:1-2.

  26. Silman S, Silverman CA, Showers T, Gelfand SA. (1984). Effect of age on prediction of hearing loss with the bivariate-plotting procedure. J Speech Hear Res 27:12-19.

  27. Silverman CA, Silman S, Miller MH. (1983). The acoustic reflex threshold in aging ears. J Acoust Soc Am 73:248-255.

  28. Gelfand SA, Silman S, Silverman CA (1981). Temporal summation in acoustic reflex growth functions. Acta Otolaryngol 92:177-182.

Other Publications

  1. Linstrom CJ, Silverman CA, Wu ZB. (2006). Response [to Letter to the Editor]: Objective Computerized versus Subjective Analysis of Facial Synkinesis. Laryngoscope. 116(5):845-6.

  2. Silman S, Silverman CA, Emmer MB, Lutolf. (1998). Acclimatization in monaurally fitted adults. Rehabilitation R & D Progress Reports 1997 35:234.

  3. Silman S, Silverman CA, Emmer MB, Lutolf J. (1997). Effect of lack of amplification on persons with unilateral hearing loss. Rehabilitation R & D Progress Reports 1996 34:249.

  4. Silman S, Silverman CA, Emmer MB, Lutolf J, Gelfand SA. (1997). Effect of presence versus absence of prolonged amplification on audition. Rehabilitation R & D Progress Reports 1996 34:249.

  5. Silman S, Silverman CA, Emmer MB, Lutolf J. (1996). Effect of lack of amplification on persons with unilateral hearing loss. Rehabilitation R & D Progress Reports 1995 33:227.

  6. Silman S, Silverman CA, Emmer MB, Lutolf J, Gelfand SA. (1996). Effect of presence versus absence of prolonged amplification on audition.

  7. Rehabilitation R & D Progress Reports 1995 33:227.

  8. Silman S, Silverman CA, Emmer MB, Lutolf J, Gelfand SA. (1995). Effect of presence versus absence of prolonged amplification on audition. Rehabilitation R & D Progress Reports 1994 32:228.

  9. Silman S, Silverman CA, Emmer MB, Lutolf J. (1995). Effect of lack of amplification on persons with unilateral hearing loss. Rehabilitation R & D Progress Reports 1994 32:229.

  10. Silman S, Silverman CA, Emmer MB, Lutolf J, & Gelfand SA. (1994). Effect of presence vs. absence of prolonged amplification on audition. Rehabilitation R & D Progress Reports 1992-93 30-31:274-275.

  11. Silman S, Silverman CA, Emmer MB, Lutolf J. (1994). The effect of lack of amplification on persons with unilateral hearing loss. Rehabilitation R & D Progress Reports 1992-1993 30-31:275-276. 

  12. Palmer CV, Silman S, Hurley R, Gatehouse S, Silverman CA, Boothroyd A. (1993). Functional impact of monaural versus binaural stimulation through amplification. Asha 35(10):110. Abstr.

  13. Silverman CA, Silman S. (1992). Stay Tuned: The Challenge of Hearing Loss. Study guide accompanies the video, "Stay tuned: The challenge of hearing loss" distributed by Fanlight Distribution, Boston, MA.

  14. Silman S, Gelfand SA, Silverman CA, Emmer MB, Lutolf J. (1992). Effect of presence versus absence of prolonged amplification on audition. Rehabilitation R & D Progress Reports 1991 29:322-323.

  15. Jakimetz JR, Silman S, Miller MH, Silverman CA. (1990). Some effects of signal bandwidth and spectral density on the acoustic-reflex threshold in the elderly. J Rehab Res Dev 27(3):325. Abstr.

  16. Silman S, Gelfand SA, Silverman CA, Lutolf J, Emmer M (1991). Effects of presence versus absence of prolonged amplification on audition. Rehabilitation R & D Progress Reports 1990 28:340.

  17. Silverman C (1990). Auditory deprivation. J Rehab Res Dev 27(2):179. Abstr.

  18. Silverman CA, Silman S. (1989). Auditory deprivation from monaural amplification and recovery. Asha 31(10):151. Abstr.

  19. Silverman CA, Silman S, Harrison T. (1988). The acoustic-reflex growth function: A cerebellar-tumor case study. Asha 30(10):197. Abstr.

  20. Silverman CA, Silman S, Gelfand SA, Lutolf JJ. (1986). The efferent acoustic-reflex adaptation pattern. Asha 28(10):65. Abstr.

  21. Silman S, Gelfand SA, Silverman CA. (1984). Effects of possible auditory deprivation: Monaurally vs. binaurally aided subjects. Asha 26(10):144. Abstr.

  22. Silverman CA, Silman S, Gelfand SA (1983). Effect of age on prediction with the bivariate-plotting procedure. Asha 25(10):137. Abstr.

  23. Silverman CA. (1982). The relation of age and sex to the acoustic reflex threshold. New York University. Published dissertation.

  24. Gelfand SA, Silman S, Silverman CA. (1980). The effect of sensorineural hearing loss on the stapedius reflex growth functions in the elderly. Asha 22(10):788. Abstr.

Presentations

  1. Silverman CA. (2008). Pediatric acoustic-immittance protocol. Paper presented on 5/15/08 at the Grand Rounds, CUNY AuD Program, Graduate Center, CUNY, New York, NY.

  2. Schoepflin J, Silverman CA, Linstrom CJ, Kim AH. (2008). Parental restriction of children’s access to cochlear implants. Poster session presented on 4/11/08 at the 10th International Conference on Cochlear Implants and Other Implantable Auditory Technologies, San Diego, CA.

  3. Silverman CA, Linstrom C. (2008). Efficacy of the Bone Anchored Hearing Aid (BAHA) in adults with single-sided deafness. Poster session presented on 4/16/08 at the Hunter College Schools of the Health Professions Second Annual Research Day, New York, NY

  4. Shah N, Parmar P, Silverman C, Linstrom C (2007). Incidence and Management of Postoperative Complications with Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids. Poster session presented on 10/13/07-10/16/07 at the 26th Politzer Society Meeting, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH.

  5. Linstrom C, Silverman CA. (2007). Efficacy of the Bone Anchored Hearing Aid (BAHA) in adults with single-sided deafness. Poster session presented on 4/26/07-4/29/07 at the Annual Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings (COSM), San Diego, CA.

  6. Linstrom C, Schoepflin J Silverman C, Gilston M (2006). Cochlear implants and English as a second language: Outcomes. Paper to be presented on 6/17/06 at the 9th International Conference on Cochlear Implants, Hofburg, Vienna, Austria.

  7. Wu ZW, Linstrom CJ, Silverman CA, Tessema B, Cosetti M (2005). Objective computerized vs. subjective analysis of facial synkinesis. Poster session presented on 5/13/05-5/16/05 at the Annual Combined Otolaryngological Spring Meetings, Boca Raton, FL.

  8. Schoepfin JR, Silverman CA, Linstrom CJ, Gilston NS (2005). Educational and communicative performance in children with cochlear implants from families in which English is a second language. Poster session presented on 4/8/05 at the Annual Convention of the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Melville, Long Island, NY.

  9. Silverman CA (2004). Academic Conference: Inner ear anatomy and physiology. Guest lecture presented to otolaryngology residents on 9/8/04 at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York, NY.

  10. Linstrom CJ, Schoepflin JR, Silverman CA, Gilston NS (2004). Educational and communicative performance in children with cochlear implants from families in which English is a second language. Poster session presented on 1/23/04-1/25/04 to the Eastern Section Meeting of the Triological Society, New York, NY.

  11. Silverman CA (2003). Academic Conference: Outer ear, middle ear, and Eustachian tube anatomy & physiology. Guest lecture presented to otolaryngology residents on 9/17/03 at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York, NY.

  12. Silverman CA (2002). Academic conference: Inner ear anatomy and physiology. Guest lecture presented to otolaryngology residents on 2/14/02 at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York, NY.

  13. Silverman CA (2001). Academic conference: Outer ear and middle ear anatomy and physiology. Guest lecture presented to otolaryngology residents on 12/19/01 at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York, NY.

  14. Linstrom CJ, Silverman CS (2001). Objective assessment of facial motion in persons with facial dysfunction. Paper presented on 7/29 at the IXth International Facial Nerve Symposium, School of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, CA.

  15. Silverman CA (2001). Auditory deprivation. Invited seminar presented on 1/24/01 at the Speech-Language Pathology Colloquium, New York University, New York, NY. 

  16. Silverman CA. (2001). Inner ear anatomy and physiology. Guest lecture presented to the otolaryngology residents on 1/24/01, The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York, NY.

  17. Silverman CA. (2001). Outer ear and middle ear anatomy and physiology. Guest lecture presented to the otolaryngology residents on 1/17/01, The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York, NY.

  18. Linstrom CJ, Silverman, CA, Susman W. (2000). Facial-nerve motion in normal subjects and subjects with facial-nerve dysfunction. Paper presented on 12/7/00 on the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary’s Departmental Research Day, Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, NY.

  19. Silverman CA, Linstrom CJ (2000). Tympanometric patterns in chronic ear disease. Paper presented on 12/7/00 on the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary’s Departmental Research Day, Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, NY.

  20. Abrams H, Beck L, Bentler, R, Newman C, Ricketts T, Ross M, Silverman C, Spitzer J. (2000). Where we’ve been and where we’re going: Highlights in amplification. Invited extended seminar presented on 11/16/2000 at the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Washington, DC.

  21. Silverman CA. (2000). Auditory deprivation. Invited miniseminar presented on 4/8/00 at the Annual Convention of the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Saratoga, NY.

  22. Linstrom CJ, Silverman CA, Rosen A, Meiteles L. (2000). Eustachian-tube endoscopy in patients with chronic-ear disease. Paper presented on 1/30/2000at The Eastern Section of The American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society, Pittsburgh, PA.

  23. Linstrom, CJ, Silverman, CA, Susman WM, Colson D, Orquiza C, Presutti TM. (2000). Video-computer facial motion analysis in persons with facial-nerve disorders. Poster presented on 1/29/2000 and 1/30/2000 at The Eastern Section of The American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society, Pittsburgh, PA.

  24. Silverman CA. (1999). Endoscopic findings in chronic ear disease. Paper presented on 12/2/99 at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary Department of Otolaryngology Grand Rounds, Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, NY.

  25. Linstrom, CJ, Silverman, CA, Susman WM, Colson D, Orquiza C, Presutti TM. (1999). Video-computer facial motion analysis in persons with facial-nerve disorders. Paper presented on 8/17/99 at the XXII Annual Meeting of the Politzer Society, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.

  26. Silverman CA. (1998). Neural bases of audition. Guest lecture presented to the otolaryngology residents on 12/23/98, The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York, NY.

  27. Silverman CA. (1998). Inner ear anatomy and physiology. Guest lecture presented to the otolaryngology residents on 10/7/98, The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York, NY.

  28. Silverman CA. (1998). Outer ear and middle ear anatomy and physiology. Guest lecture presented to the otolaryngology residents on 9/16/98, The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York, NY.

  29. Silman S, Silverman CA, Emmer M, Lutolf J, Gelfand S. (1998). The effect of prolonged lack of amplification on speech perception in the elderly. Paper presented at the XXIV International Congress of Audiology on 8/31/98, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  30. Silverman CA, Silman S, Lutolf J. (1998). Auditory deprivation and unilateral sensorineural hearing impairment: A prospective investigation. Invited paper presented at the Annual Convention of the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association on 4/25/98, Marriot World Trade Center, New York, NY.

  31. Silverman CA. (1997). Aural acoustic immittance. Guest seminar presented at Praxis Review Course in Audiology on 6/20/97 at St. John's University, Jamaica, NY.

  32. Silverman CA. (1997). Otitis media and language and speech perception: The controversy. Workshop presented on 4/30/97 to the Board of Education, Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY.

  33. Silverman CA. (1997). Neural bases of audition. Guest lecture presented to the otolaryngology residents on 1/15/97 at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York, NY.

  34. Silverman CA. (1996). Inner ear anatomy. Guest lecture presented to the otolaryngology residents on 10/30/96 at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York, NY.

  35. Silverman CA. (1996). Auditory anatomy and physiology. Guest lecture presented to the otolaryngology residents on 10/16/96 at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York, NY.

  36. Silman S, Silverman CA, Emmer M, Lutolf J. (1996). Effect of amplification on speech- recognition performance in adults with unilateral sensorineural hearing impairment. Paper presented on 6/20/96 at the XXIII International Congress of Audiology, Bari, Italy.

  37. Silverman CA. (1996). Otitis media and language and speech perception: The controversy. Workshop presented on 6/13/96 to the Board of Education, Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY.

  38. Silverman CA. (1996). Eustachian-tube tympanometric testing. Guest lecture presented on 6/7/96 to the Audiology Study Group of New York, Manhattan Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York, NY.

  39. Silverman C. (1995). Technological advances and the hearing aid. Paper presented at the Hunter/Mount Sinai Geriatric Education Center Healthy People 2000 Conference, "Yankee Ingenuity and Southern Comfort: Assistive Technology for the Older Adult," Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY.

  40. Silverman CA. (1995). Auditory deprivation. Guest lecture presented on 7/6/95 to the Audiology and Speech Pathology Service of the Veterans Administration Medical Center, New York, NY.

  41. Silverman CA. (1995). Eustachian-tube testing. Guest lecture presented on 2/14/95 to the Department of Communicative Sciences, The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York, NY.

  42. Silman S, Silverman CA, Gelfand SA, Emmer MB. (1994). Long term auditory deprivation in the elderly. Paper presented at the XXII International Congress of Audiology, Halifax, N.S., Canada.

  43. Silman S, Silverman C. (1994). Late onset auditory deprivation. Instructional course presented at the 6th Annual Convention of the American Academy of Audiology, Richmond, VA.

  44. Silverman CA. (1994). Amplification. Workshop presented on 7/13/94 to the Department of Speech and Hearing, Staten Island Hospital, Staten Island, NY.

  45. Silverman CA. (1994). Diagnostic and rehabilitative audiology. Workshop presented on 5/9/94 to the Department of Speech and Hearing, Staten Island Hospital, Staten Island, NY.

  46. Silverman CA. (1994). Pure-tone assessment & screening of children with middle-ear effusion. Guest lecture presented on 3/3/94 to the Doctoral Program, Graduate School and University Center, New York, NY.

  47. Palmer CV, Silman S, Hurley R, Gatehouse S, Silverman CA, Boothroyd A. (1993). Functional impact of monaural vs. binaural stimulation through amplification. Miniseminar presented at the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Anaheim, CA.

  48. Silverman C. (1993). Approaches to hearing assessment across clinical settings. Paper presented at the National Conference on Geriatric Education for Faculty in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY.

  49. Silverman CA. (1993). Brainstem auditory evoked potentials. Guest lecture presented on 7/16/93 at the Pediatric Grand Rounds, Brookdale Hospital Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY.

  50. Silverman CA. (1993). Hearing loss considerations in medicine. Guest lecture presented on 7/23/93 at the Department of Medicine, Brookdale Hospital Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY.

  51. Silman S, Silverman CA, Emmer MB. (1992). Suprathreshold word-recognition scores in adults with asymmetrical vs. symmetrical hearing impairment. Paper presented at the XXI International Congress of Audiology, Morioka, Japan.

  52. Silverman CA. (1992). Pure-tone characteristics of middle-ear effusion. Guest lecture presented on 5/1/92 to the Audiology Study Group of New York, Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, New York, NY.

  53. Silverman CA. (1991). Anatomy & physiology of the auditory nervous system. Guest lecture presented on 12/5/91 to COMSC 712, Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY.

  54. Silverman CA. (1991). Occupational hearing conservation. Guest lecture presented on 3/25/91 to EOHS 770.65 at Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY.

  55. Silverman CA, Keenan L. (1990). Relation between sign-language comprehension and speechreading in children. Poster session presented at the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Seattle, WA. 

  56. Silman S, Silverman C. (1990). Auditory deprivation from monaural amplification and recovery. Paper presented at the XX International Congress of Audiology, Tenerife, Spain.

  57. Silverman CA. (1990). Anatomy & physiology of the auditory nervous system. Guest lecture presented on 11/8/90 to COMSC 712, Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY.

  58. Silverman CA. (1990). Hearing aids: Output limiting & noise reduction. Guest lectures presented on 6/7/90 and 7/20/90 to the Department of Speech and Hearing, Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, New York, NY.

  59. Silverman CA. (1990). Hearing aids. NTE Review Course presented at the Annual Meeting of the New York Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Kiamesha Lake, NY.

  60. Silverman CA. (1990). Anatomy & physiology of the auditory nervous system. Guest lectures presented on 3/90 and 4/90 to COMSC 712, Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY.

  61. Silverman CA, Silman S. (1989). Auditory deprivation from monaural amplification and recovery. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, St. Louis, MO.

  62. Silverman CA. (1989). New advances in hearing aids. ASHA Continuing Education Seminar presented on 6/22/89-6/24/89 at Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY.

  63. Silverman CA. (1989). Discussant group leader on (a) Graduate education and professional practice; (b) Graduate programs, education, and ESB, and (c) Graduate communication sciences and disorders education: Relevance and reality at the 10th Anniversary Council, Graduate Council on Communication Sciences and Disorders, Tampa, FL.

  64. Silverman CA. (1989). Role of audiologists in ENG and nonauditory evoked potentials testing. Miniseminar presented at the Annual Convention of the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Kiamesha Lake, NY.

  65. Silverman CA. (1989). Tonotopicity and auditory coding. Guest lecture presented on 3/8/89 to COMSC 710, Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY.

  66. Silverman CA. (1989). Auditory deprivation: Monaural vs. binaural amplification. Guest lecture presented on 3/3/89 to the Audiology Study Group of New York, Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, New York, NY.

  67. Silverman CA. (1989). AIDS: What is our professional involvement in the field of audiology? Guest lecture presented on 2/2/89 at the Open House for Prospective Graduate COMSC Students, Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY.

  68. Silverman CA, Silman S, Harrison T. (1988). The acoustic-reflex growth function: A cerebellar-tumor case study. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Boston, MA.

  69. Silverman CA (1988). Scientific methods. NTE Review Course presented on 11/6/88 at Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY.

  70. Silverman CA (1988). Role of audiology in occupational hearing conservation. Guest lecture presented on 11/3/88 to EOHS 741, Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY.

  71. Silverman CA (1988). Etiologies of acquired sensorineural hearing impairment. Guest lecture presented on 10/18/88 to SPCH 741, Brooklyn College, CUNY, Brooklyn, NY.

  72. Silverman CA. (1988). Middle-ear function. Guest lecture presented on 10/18/88 to SPCH 741, Brooklyn College, CUNY, Brooklyn, NY.

  73. Silverman CA. (1988). Hearing and aging. Guest lecture presented on 6/21/88 to SPCH 212, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY.

  74. Silverman CA. (1988). Brainstem auditory evoked potentials. Workshop presented on 2/5/88 to the Department of Speech and Hearing, Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY.

  75. Silverman CA. (1987). Brainstem auditory evoked potentials. Semester-long ASHA Continuing Education Course presented at Marymount Manhattan College, New York, NY.

  76. Silverman CA. (1987). Have you heard: Hearing loss & aging. Guest lecture presented on 11/19/87 to the senior citizens group at Knickerbocker Plaza, New York, NY.

  77. Silverman CA. (1987). Decibel & psychoacoustics. Guest lecture presented on 10/29/87 to E21.1230, New York University, New York, NY. 

  78. Silverman CA. (1987). Anatomy of the ear & the audiogram. Guest lecture presented on 10/8/87 to SPCH 212, Marymount Manhattan College, New York, NY.

  79. Silverman CA, Silman S, Gelfand SA, Lutolf JJ. (1986). The efferent acoustic-reflex adaptation pattern. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Detroit, MI.

  80. Silman S, Gelfand SA, Silverman CA. (1984). Effects of possible auditory deprivation: Monaurally vs. binaurally aided subjects. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, San Francisco, CA.

  81. Silverman CA, Silman S, Gelfand SA. (1983). Effect of age on prediction with the bivariate-plotting procedure. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Cincinnati, OH.

  82. Silverman CA. (1982). The noise-exposed adolescent (Rock music and the SONY WALKMAN). Paper presented at the conference, "The adolescent of the 80's," Marymount Manhattan College, New York, NY.

  83. Yacobacci P, Banks H, Decker W, Silverman CA. (1980). Instructional methods. Paper presented at the conference, "The hearing impaired student in the university classroom," New York University, New York, NY.

  84. Gelfand SA, Silman S, Silverman CA. (1980). The effect of sensorineural hearing loss on the stapedius reflex growth function in the elderly. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Detroit, MI.

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