- Postdoc, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC (2012)
- PhD, Vanderbilt University, TN (2010)
- AuD, Northwestern University, IL (2006)
- BS, Syracuse University, NY (2003)
Dr. Andrea Hillock-Dunn joined the faculty in the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences at the University of North Carolina in 2012. She is primarily interested in auditory and audiovisual processing development in individuals with normal hearing and hearing loss. Her work has focused on measuring the effects of age, hearing loss, and hearing aid technology on children’s ability to understand speech in competing background sound, and characterizing maturational changes in the impact of visual cues on auditory perception. Other areas of interest include early hearing detection and intervention and school hearing screening.
- SPHS 712 Characteristics of Amplification
- Pediatric Laboratory Clinic
Hillock-Dunn, A., & Wallace, M.T. (In press). Developmental changes in the multisensory temporal binding window persist into adolescence. Developmental Science.
Hillock-Dunn, A., & Wallace, M.T. (2012). Hearing with your eyes: Implications of audiovisual processing development on speech perception in noise. Audiology Today, May/June.
Hillock, A.R., Powers, A.R., & Wallace, M.T. (2011). Binding of sights and sounds: Age-related changes in audiovisual temporal processing. Neuropsychologia, 49(3), 461-467.
Powers, A.R. 3rd, Hillock, A.R., & Wallace, M.T. (2009). Perceptual training narrows the temporal window of multisensory binding. Journal of Neuroscience, 29(39), 12265-12274.
Polley, D.B., Hillock, A.R., Spankovich, C., Popescu, M.V., Royal, D.W., & Wallace, M.T. (2008). Development and plasticity of intra- and inter-sensory information processing. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 19(10).