Dr. Richard Wilson is an adjunct faculty for the College of Health Solutions. He has developed these audio CDs for Speech Audiometry in the Auditory Research Laboratory while at the James H. Quillen Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Tennessee.
Speech recognition and identification materials disc 4.0
This audio compact disc (Version 4.0) is a revision of the Speech Recognition and Identification Materials, Disc 1.1 that was produced originally in 1989 (Version 1.0) with minor revisions in 1991 and 1998 (Versions 1.1 and 2.0) for use by VA audiologists who use the six Maryland CNC word lists in the assessment of the word-recognition performance of patients undergoing compensation and pension examinations. The remaining recognition/identification materials contained on the disc were selected based on (1) the results of a survey of the VA audiology clinics, and (2) the availability of the materials either through the public domain or through the generosity of the individuals responsible for the materials, including G. Donald Causey, Ph.D. (spondaic words, Maryland CNC lists, and Northwestern University Auditory Test No. 6) and Bob Brose (Technisonic Studios, Inc., St. Louis, Charles E. Harrison, producer of the CID W-22 lists and the Rush Hughes recordings of the PB-50 lists).
Tonal and Speech Materials for Auditory Perceptual Assessment Disc 2.0
The Tonal and Speech Materials for Auditory Perceptual Assessment, Disc 2.0 compact audio disc, which is substantially a reissue of Disc 1.0 of the same name issued in 1992, was produced to provide a collection of high-quality auditory materials for use in assessing auditory perceptual (central) abilities. The tonal and speech materials contained on the disc were selected based on the availability of the materials either through the public domain or through the generosity of the individuals responsible for the materials, including G. Donald Causey, Ph.D. (Northwestern University Auditory Test No. 6), Bob Brose (Technisonic Studios, Inc., St. Louis, Charles E. Harrison, producer of the CID W-1 lists), Kresge Hearing Research Laboratory of the South, New Orleans (dichotic CVs), and James Jerger, Ph.D. (Dichotic Sentence Identification).
How to Order
To receive one of the CDs, contact Richard H. Wilson, Ph.D., stating which CD(s) you want. We do not sell the CDs, but rather we ask for a donation. Typically, we receive donations of $50/disc. Requested CDs are sent out the next day by Priority Mail. Be sure to indicate which CD(s) you are requesting.
You can donate through the ASU Foundation gift page. Donate here.
If you prefer to send a check, follow these directions:
- Write a check out to ASU Foundation
- Indicate "Audio CDs" either on the memo line or somewhere included with the check
- Mail check to:
- Liliana Arunga
- College of Health Solutions
- 550 N. 3rd Street
- Phoenix, AZ 85004
- Email Richard Wilson letting him know which CD(s), how many CD(s), and the address to ship to.