Jeremy J. Donai, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Co-Director of the Speech and Hearing Laboratory

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Contact Information

Office: 807A Allen Hall
Phone: 304-293-2662
E-mail: jeremy.donai@mail.wvu.edu


Education:

Ph.D., Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Au.D., Towson University
B.S., California University of Pennsylvania


Current Responsibilities:

Teaching
Research and scholarship
Professional service


Current Courses:

CSAD 702, Anatomy and Physiology of the Ear
CSAD 710, Psychoacoustics
CSAD 721, Amplification II
CSAD 722, Amplification II Lab
CSAD 741, Audiology Business Management Practices


Research Interests:

  • Speech perception
  • Professional issues in Audiology

Recent Publications:

Donai, J. J., & Jennings, M. (2016). Gaps-in-noise detection and gender recognition from noise-vocoded vowel segments: Comparing performance of active musicians to non-musicians. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America Express Letters, 139(5), EL 128-134.

Donai, J.J., Motiian, S., & Doretto, G. (2016). Automated classification of vowel category and speaker type in the high-frequency spectrum. Audiology Research, 137(6), 1-5.

Donai, J.J., & Halbritter, R. (Accepted). Gender identification using high-frequency
speech energy: Effects of increasing the low-frequency limit. Ear & Hearing.

Donai, J.J., & Paschall, D.D. (Accepted). Chapter 11: Ear Impressions and Earmolds (Book chapter). In, Professional Training Workbook in Hearing Health Sciences. International Hearing Society.

Donai, J.J., & Lass, N. J. (2015). Gender identification from high-pass filtered vowel segments; The use of high-frequency energy. Attention, Perception, and
Psychophysics
. 77, 2452-2462.

Donai, J.J., & Paschall, D.D. (2015). Identification of high-pass filtered male, female, and child vowels: The use of high-frequency cues. Journal of the Acoustical Society
of America
, 137(4), 1971-1982.

Donai, J.J., & Paschall, D.D. (2013). Identification of high-pass filtered vowels. In Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, 19, (pp. 1-6). Montreal, Canada.

Donai, J.J. (2014). Putting the financial ‘health’ in hearing healthcare. The Hearing Journal, 76(4), 40, 42.

Donai, J.J. (2014). Practice management: Look to financial statements before you leap. The Hearing Journal, 67(2), 26-28.

Donai, J.J., Hicks, C.B. & McCart, M. (2013). The awareness of doctoral-level professions among entering college students. American Journal of Audiology, 22(2), 271-282.

Donai, J.J. (2013). What the new hearing healthcare manager needs to know. The Hearing Journal, 66(11), 15-16

Donai, J. J., & Paschall, D. D. (2013). Identification of high pass filtered vowels. In Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, 19, (pp. 1-6). Montreal, Canada.

Donai, J. J. (2012). Employee engagement proves profitable for healthcare professionals. The Hearing Journal, 65(11), 44-46.

Emanuel, D., Donai, J. J., & Araj, C. (2012). The awareness of the profession of audiology among entering college students. American Journal of Audiology, 12, 41-50.