Rebecca Warner Henning, Ph.D., CCC-A
Professor of Communication Sciences and DisordersDirector of Off-Campus Audiology Clinical Education
Office: 048 CPS
- B.A., University of Iowa, 1996
- M.A., Indiana University-Bloomington, 1998
- CFY Boys Town National Research Hospital 1998-99
- Ph.D., University of Iowa, 2003
Research and Clinical Interests:
- Optimize clients’ benefit from hearing technology, including hearing aids, assistive listening devices, and cochlear implants.
- Match each individual patient with the right combination of technology and rehabilitation that will allow him or her to fully participate in life.
- Central auditory processing disorder (CAPD).
- Developing a better understanding of how processing difficulties may influence patients’ benefit from hearing technology.
- As the Audiology Clinic Director, I work with each student to develop a clinical education plan to help meet his/her career goals.
Current Courses Taught:
- ComD 835 Research Methods
- ComD 836 Pediatric Habilitation/Rehabilitation
- ComD 852 Hearing Assessment
- ComD 853 Hearing Assessment Lab
- ComD 855 Electroacoustic & Instrumentation Calibration Lab
- ComD 856 Amplification I
- ComD 857 Amplification I Lab
- ComD 866 Amplification II
- ComD 891/892/893 Clerkship in Audiology
- ComD 894 Externship in Audiology
- ComD 899 Capstone Project
- ComD 921 Problems in Audiology
- Eddins, A. C., Henning, R., & Swanson, T. (2014).
Partners for excellence in the AuD externship process: Strengthening the university-externship site relationship. Presentation given at the American Academy of Audiology convention, Orlando, Florida.
- *Johnson, J., & Henning, R. (2014). The effects of hearing aid signal processing on perceived music sound quality. Poster presented at the American Academy of Audiology convention, Orlando, Florida.
- *Henning, R., Kittleson, C., & Wendricks, G. (2013).
The Effect of Written Information on Patients' Recall of Audiological Results. Poster presented at the American Academy of Audiology convention, Anaheim, California.
- *Klapperich, K., & Henning, R. (2012).
Perceived Hearing Aid Benefit by Hearing Aid Wearers and Their Significant Others. Poster presented at the American Academy of Audiology convention, Boston, Massachusetts.
- *Pieterick, J., & Henning, R. (2012).
A Comparison of Methods for Obtaining MCL and UCL. Poster presented at the American Academy of Audiology convention, Boston, Massachusetts.
* indicates mentored student research for which I served as the adviser