Susan Fulton, Ph.D. CCC-A.
Assistant Professor -
Communication Sciences & Disorders
Office: SMC B220
Dr. Susan Fulton is an Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences &
Disorders at USF Sarasota-Manatee, where she teaches in the post-baccalaureate,
online course sequence in Language, Speech, & Hearing Science. Dr. Fulton holds
both a Florida license and national certification from the American
Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) in the field of Audiology.
Dr. Fulton earned the Master of Science in Communicology, with a concentration
in Audiology, from the University of South Florida in 1987. She earned the Ph.D.
in Communication Science and Disorders, with a concentration in Hearing
Sciences, from the University of South Florida in 2010.
Dr. Fulton‘s research focuses in the area of psychoacoustics, specifically in
the areas of temporal processing and speech-in-noise perception.
Fulton, Susan E., The effects of aging on temporal masking
(2010). Theses and Dissertations. Paper 1636.
Hurley, R. M. and Fulton, S. (2007). Chapter 2:
Psychoacoustic Considerations and Implications for Diagnosis of CAPD.
Handbook of Central Auditory Processing Disorders: From Science to Practice.
Frank Musiek and Gail Chermak (Eds).