Amanda Griffin MD

Amanda Griffin, AuD, PhD, CCC-A

Director of Audiology Research

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Medical Services


  • Cochlear Implants


  • Otolaryngology and Communication Enhancement


  • English


  • Cochlear Implant Program
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Experience and Education


Doctor of Audiology (AuD)

University of Massachusetts, 2014

Amherst, MA

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

University of Massachusetts, 2015

Amherst, MA


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  1. Freyman RL, Morse-Fortier C, Griffin AM, Zurek PM. Can monaural temporal masking explain the ongoing precedence effect? J Acoust Soc Am. 2018 Feb; 143(2):EL133.
  2. Cleveland HH, Griffin AM, Wolf PSA, Wiebe RP, Schlomer GL, Feinberg ME, Greenberg MT, Spoth RL, Redmond C, Vandenbergh DJ. Transactions Between Substance Use Intervention, the Oxytocin Receptor (OXTR) Gene, and Peer Substance Use Predicting Youth Alcohol Use. Prev Sci. 2018 Jan; 19(1):15-26.
  3. Wiebe RP, Griffin AM, Zheng Y, Harris KS, Cleveland HH. Twelve Steps, Two Factors: Coping Strategies Moderate the Association Between Craving and Daily 12-Step Use in a College Recovery Community. Subst Use Misuse. 2018 Jan 02; 53(1):114-127.
  4. Freyman RL, Morse-Fortier C, Griffin AM. Temporal effects in priming of masked and degraded speech. J Acoust Soc Am. 2015 Sep; 138(3):1418-27.
  5. Amanda M. Griffin. Recognition and comprehension of speech in noise in school-aged children with unilateral hearing loss. 2015.
  6. Freyman RL, Griffin AM, Zurek PM. Threshold of the precedence effect in noise. J Acoust Soc Am. 2014 May; 135(5):2923-30.
  7. Freyman RL, Griffin AM, Macmillan NA. Priming of lowpass-filtered speech affects response bias, not sensitivity, in a bandwidth discrimination task. J Acoust Soc Am. 2013 Aug; 134(2):1183-92.
  8. Freyman RL, Griffin AM, Oxenham AJ. Intelligibility of whispered speech in stationary and modulated noise maskers. J Acoust Soc Am. 2012 Oct; 132(4):2514-23.
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