Dr. Singh obtained his PhD in cognitive psychology from the University of Toronto, his MA in social psychology from the University of Waterloo and his MSc in audiology from the University of Western Ontario.
Dr. Singh's research interests focus on understanding basic factors that contribute to success with hearing aids and audiological rehabilitation, with a focus on the role of cognitive, social and technological factors during communication in everyday listening situations.
Effects of Hearing Loss on Dual-Task Performance in an Audiovisual Virtual Reality Simulation of Listening While Walking.
J Am Acad Audiol. 2016 Jul;27(7):567-87
Do negative views of aging influence memory and auditory performance through self-perceived abilities?
Psychol Aging. 2015 Dec;30(4):881-93
Ear Hear. 2015 May 29;
Neuropsychol Dev Cogn B Aging Neuropsychol Cogn. 2014 Oct 17;:1-25
Ear Hear. 2013 Nov-Dec;34(6):711-21
Ear Hear. 2013 Jan-Feb;34(1):e1-e13
Age affects responses on the Speech, Spatial, and Qualities of Hearing Scale (SSQ) by adults with minimal audiometric loss.
J Am Acad Audiol. 2012 Feb;23(2):81-91; quiz 139-40
Older adults’ performance on the speech, spatial, and qualities of hearing scale (SSQ): Test-retest reliability and a comparison of interview and self-administration methods.
Int J Audiol. 2010 Oct;49(10):733-40
The effect of age on auditory spatial attention in conditions of real and simulated spatial separation.
J Acoust Soc Am. 2008 Aug;124(2):1294-305
Effects of age on auditory and cognitive processing: implications for hearing aid fitting and audiologic rehabilitation.
Trends Amplif. 2006 Mar;10(1):29-59
Affiliate Scientist, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (TRI)
Adjunct Lecturer in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Toronto