JAAA Editor's Award

The JAAA Editor's Award is given to one or two members of the editorial board of the JAAA. Recipients must have demonstrated outstanding contributions to the peer review of the journal.

2019

Alaina Bassett, AuD, PhD
Gabrielle Merchant, AuD, PhD

2018

Patricia Gaffney, AuD
Erin C. Schafer, PhD

2017

Amyn M Amlani, PhD
Katheryn Rupp Bachmann, PhD

2016

Elizabeth M. Adams, PhD
Rebekah Cunningham, PhD

2015

Jamie M. Bogle, AuD, PhD
M. Patrick Feeney, PhD

2014

Erin G. Piker, AuD, PhD
Patrick N. Plyler, PhD

2013

Jane A. Baran, PhD
Srikanta Mishra, PhD

2012

William G. Beck, PhD
Craig Newman, PhD

2011

David A. Preves, PhD
Holly Hosford-Dunn, PhD

2005

Robyn Cox, PhD

2004

Michael Valente, PhD

2003

Shlomo Silman, PhD

2002

William Yacullo, PhD

2001

Robert Margolis, PhD

2000

Brad Stach, PhD

1999

Gary Jacobson, PhD

1996

Holly Hosford-Dunn, PhD

JAAA Prize

$1000 was given to the first author of the best article or articles published in JAAA during a given year.

2003 (Volume 14)

Joseph Kei, Ravi Sockalingam, Clive Holloway, Alan Agyik, Craig Brinin, and Doreen Baine, "Transient Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions in Adults: A Comparison between Two Test Protocols," 14(10):563–573

2002 (Volume 13)

Mary T. Cord, Rauna K. Surr, Brian E. Walden, and Laurel Olson, "Performance of Directional Microphone Hearing Aids in Everyday Life," 13(6):295–307; and Rauna K. Surr, Brian E. Walden, Mary T. Cord, and Laurel Olson, "Influence of Environmental Factors on Hearing Aid Microphone Preference," 13(6): 308–322

2001 (Volume 12)

Anne Strouse Carter, Colleen M. Noe, and Richard H. Wilson, "Listeners Who Prefer Monaural to Binaural Hearing Aids," 12(5):261–272

2000 (Volume 11)

Susan D. Dalebout and Lisa G. Fox, "Identification of the Mismatch Negativity in the Responses of Individual Listeners," 11(1):12–22

1999 (Volume 10)

Claus Elberling, "Loudness Scaling Revisited," 10(5):248–260