Denise A. Tucker

Dr. Denise Tucker is an Assistant Professor of Audiology in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders in the School of Health and Human Performance at UNCG. She joined the faculty at UNCG in August 1993, having received her Doctorate from the University of Virginia. Dr. Tucker is a licensed Audiologist in the State of North Carolina. She also holds a North Carolina Hearing Aid Dealers and Fitters License and is certified in Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT). Classes taught include: Auditory Electrophysiology (ABR, ECochG, and Otoactoustic Emissions), Medical Audiology, Introduction to Audiology, Pediatric Audiology, and Audiology Clinic. Research areas of interest include: Auditory Evoked Responses (Auditory Middle Latency Response, Brainmapping) and Tinnitus. Clinical Teaching: Dr. Tucker works in the UNCG Speech and Hearing Center, supervising Audiology Graduate Students. She sees patients for basic hearing evaluations, hearing aid evaluations, hearing aid fitting, tests for Central Auditory Processing, and evaluation and treatment of Tinnitus.

There are 1 included publications by Denise A. Tucker :

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The effect of silence on tinnitus perception. 2005 2017 OBJECTIVE: The effect of sustained silence was studied on the emergence of tinnitus perception in 120 normal hearing young adult Caucasians and African Americans. STUDY DESIGN AND SETTING: After sitting in a sound booth for a period of 20 minutes, p...