School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

Jackie L. Clark

Clinical Professor

Curriculum Vitae

Contact

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 214-905-3031
Office: CD_J217
Campus Mail Code: CD
Website: Personal Website

Biography

Dr. Jackie Clark is a board-certified clinical audiologist as well as a clinical professor who teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in audiology. She is currently the President of the American Academy of Audiology, which is the largest organization that is of, by and for audiologists with a membership of nearly 12,000. She consults regularly with the World Health Organization and various universities in Africa and China. Dr. Clark maintains an active clinical caseload involving pediatric and adult audiology assessment and remediation. She is the managing editor of the International Journal of Audiology, a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology, a member of a number of advisory boards and committees, and she has maintained a personal philanthropic program in Africa since 1997. Dr. Clark earned a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University and her master’s and doctoral degrees from UT Dallas.

Recent and Selected Representative Publications

Clark, J.L. (2017). What are you doing on March 3rd? (Editorial). The Hearing Journal, 70 (3).

Clark, J.L., Pustejovsky, C. & Vanneste, S. (2016). Objective and perceptual comparisons of two bluetooth hearing aid assistive devices. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, Vol 12, No. 6: 614-617. Published online July.

Clark , J.L. (2016). Be Part of History in the Making (Editorial). The Hearing Journal, 69 (7): 18.

Beck, D.L., Clark, J.L., Moore, D (2016). Issues in Auditory Processing Disorders. Hearing Review, 23 (4): 22-27.

Swanepoel, DW, Matthysen, C, Eikelboom, RH, Clark, JL, Hall, JW (2015). Pure tone audiometry outside a sound booth using earphone attenuation, integrated noise monitoring and automation. International Journal of Audiology. The International Journal of Audiology, 54 (11): 777 - 785.

Clark, J.L. (2015). Informal assessment of behaviour as an indicator of hearing difficulties. Community Ear and Hearing Health, 16 (12): 5 - 6.

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