Marcia Hay-McCutcheon

Marcia J. Hay-McCutcheon

Professor


Office Hours

By appointment

Education

PhD, Hearing Science, University of Iowa, 2004

MA, Audiology, University of Tennessee, 1997

BEd, Primary Education, Queen’s University, 1987

BA, Social Behavior, Queen’s University, 1986

Curriculum Vitae

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Research Interests

My current research interests are focused on hearing health care in underserved communities. We are exploring how physical health, emotional well-being, and cognition are connected with hearing loss. Through these explorations we hope to help improve the quality of life for people who suffer from hearing loss but have no resources to help address the effects of hearing loss.

Selected Publications

Hay-McCutcheon, M. J., Threadgill, M., Yang, X., Phillips, F. (2019). Access to hearing healthcare, geographical residency, and quality of life in adults with and without hearing loss. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. Epub ahead of print.

 

Hay-McCutcheon, M. J., Reed, P. & Cheimariou, S. (2018). Positive social interaction and hearing loss in older adults living in rural and urban communities. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 61(8), 2138 – 2145.

 

Hyams, A. V., Hay-McCutcheon, M., Scogin, F. (2018). Hearing and quality of life in older adults. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 74, 1874 – 1883.

 

Hay-McCutcheon, M. J., Hyams, A., Yang, X., & Parton, J. (2018). Hearing loss and social support in urban and rural communities. International Journal of Audiology, 57(8), 610 – 617.

 

Hay-McCutcheon, M. J., Peterson, N. R., Pisoni, D. B., Kirk, K. I., Yang, X., & Parton, J. (2018). Performance variability on perceptual discrimination tasks in profoundly deaf adults with cochlear implants. Journal of Communication Disorders, 72, 122 – 135.

 

Hay-McCutcheon, M. J., Hyams, A., Yang, X., Parton, J., Panasiuk, B., Ondocsin, S., James, M. M., & Scogin, F. (2017). An exploration of the associations among hearing Loss, physical health and visual memory in adults from West Central Alabama. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 60(8), 2346 – 2359.