Steven P. Bornstein

Associate Professor
Phone: (603) 862-2537
Office: Communication Sciences & Disorders, Hewitt Hall, Durham, NH 03824
Steven P. Bornstein, Associate Professor, Communication Sciences and Disorders

Education

  • Ph.D., Speech Teacher Education, University of Connecticut
  • M.A., Audiology and Hearing Sciences, Northeastern University
  • B.S., Speech-Language Pathology, Northeastern University

Courses Taught

  • COMM 521: Anat&Phys Speech&Hear Mechansm
  • COMM 704: Basic Audiology
  • COMM 705: Intro to Auditory Perception
  • COMM 777: Speech and Hearing Science
  • COMM 907: Adv Sem/Aural Rehabilitation

Selected Publications

Bornstein, S. (2017). The Importance of Early Identification and Intervention for Children with Hearing Loss. Part 1: Human Development. Journal of Healthcare Communications, 03(01). doi:10.4172/2472-1654.100119

Bornstein, S. (2017). Factors Influencing Future Auditory Function and Human Development in Infants with Hearing Loss"?. Journal of Healthcare Communications, 03(01). doi:10.4172/2472-1654.100121

Bornstein, S. P. (n.d.). Cochlear Implants from a Historical Perspective: Influence of Society, Politics, and Religion. Accepted by Scholars Press. In Review with Gallaudet University Press. I was working on a series of articles on ?Cochlear Implants from a Historical Perspective? during the Academic Years 2017-2018, 2016-2017, and 2015-2016..

Bornstein, S. P. (n.d.). Bornstein S. (2016). Rationale for the use of sound field systems for children with central auditory nervous system dysfunction: Part 2. Pathways. October. Invited paper..

Bornstein, S. P. (n.d.). Incremental continued work on writing chapters for a long-range project to publish a different type of book on anatomy and physiology of speech and hearing for the Academic Years 2017-2018, 2016-2017, and 2015-2016..

Bornstein, S. P. (n.d.). Bornstein, S. (2016). Rationale for the use of sound field systems for children with central auditory nervous system dysfunction: Part 1. Pathways, September. Invited paper..