Steven P. Bornstein
Tuesdays 9:30-12:00 and By Appointment
Areas of Interest
My research, teaching, and clinical work have always been based on the philosophy that diagnostic and rehabilitative audiology are not separate entities but are inextricably woven together. My position at UNH allows me to get at essential aspects of audiology for speech-language pathologists. My research focuses on Central Auditory Nervous System function but I have also published on amplification and otoacoustic emissions. My two most recent publications were on Sound Field Amplification. I am interested in ethical issues in audiology having written four articles tracing attitudes toward hearing loss from early civilization to the present and including decisions about cochlear implants. Critically, I believe in fostering creativity and open minds in learners.