College of Health Professions


Department of Audiology, Speech-Language Pathology and Deaf Studies

 

Faculty and Staff

Peggy Korczak, Ph.D., CCC-A

Professor & Audiology Graduate Program Director

 

Office:   Van Bokkelen, Room 109D
Phone:   410-704-5903
Fax:   410-704-4131
E-mail:   pkorczak@towson.edu

Peggy Korczak

Education and Certification

  • Ph.D.: City University of New York, Graduate Center
  • M.S.: Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology
  • Licensed by the Maryland Board of Examiners

Courses Presently Being Taught

  • Electrophysiology of the Peripheral Auditory System
  • Electrophysiology of the Central Auditory Nervous System
  • Neuroanatomy & Physiology of the Peripheral Auditory System
  • Vestibular Diagnostics & Rehabilitation
  • Auditory Diagnostics II

Professional Interests

  • Auditory electrophysiology
  • Central auditory processing
  • Otoacoustic emissions

Recent Publications (formerly published as Oates)

  •  Korczak, P., Smart J., Delgado, R., Strobel, M., and Bradford, C. (in press). Auditory Steady State Responses: A Tutorial for Audiologists. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology.

  • Emanuel, D., Ficca, K. and Korczak, P. (2011) Survey of the Diagnosis and Management of Auditory Processing Disorders. American Journal of Audiology, 20, 1-13.

  • Korczak, P., and Stapells, D.R. (2010). Effects of various articulatory features of speech on cortical event-related potentials and behavioral measures of speech-sound processing. Ear and Hearing, 31, 491-504.

  • Martin, B., Tremblay, K and Korczak, P. (2008). Speech evoked potentials: From the laboratory

    to the clinic. Ear and Hearing, 29 (3), 285-313.

  • Korczak, P., Stapells, D.R. and Kurtzberg, D. (2005). Effects of sensorineural hearing loss and personal hearing aids on cortical event-related potentials and behavioral measures of speech-sound discrimination.  Ear and Hearing, 26 (2), 165-185.

  • Oates, P., Stapells, D.R. and Kurtzberg, D. (2002). Effects of sensorineural hearing loss on cortical event-related potential and behavioral measures of speech-sound processing. Ear and Hearing, 23 (5), 399-415.

  • Oates, P.A. and Purdy, S.C. (2001). Frequency specificity of the human auditory brainstem and

    middle latency responses using notched noise masking. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110 (2), 995-1009

Recent Research Presentations

  •  Korczak, P. and Smart, J. (2011). Auditory Steady State Responses (ASSRs): A Tutorial for Audiologists. Podium presentation at the Maryland Academy of Audiology Convention.

  • Korczak, P. (2009). Clinical utility of speech evoked cortical event-related potentials. Podium presentation at the Maryland Academy of Audiology Convention.

  • Oates, P., Kurtzberg, D., & Stapells, D.R. (2003). The effects of various articulatory  features of speech on cortical event-related potentials and behavioral measures of speech-sound processing. Paper presented at the XVIII Biennial Symposium of the International Evoked Response Audiometry Study Group, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain.

 



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