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College of Liberal Art & Sciences » Communication Sciences & Disorders » Faculty
Anthony T. Cacace PhD
Anthony T. Cacace PhD, Professor
Office#
Rm. 202.31 Rackham Building
Research Area
Phone
(313) 577-6753
Fax
(313) 577-8885
Email
cacacea@wayne.edu
WebSite
clasweb.clas.wayne.edu/cacacea

Education

  • B.S., Speech Pathology and Audiology, The State University of New York at New Paltz, New Paltz, N.Y.
  • M.S., Audiology, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N.Y.
  • Ph.D., Audiology/Neuroscience, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N.Y.
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship, Neurophysiology, Jonathan Wolpaw, M.D., mentor, The Wadsworth Labs, New York State Health Department, Albany, N.Y.

Faculty Appointments & Professional Positions

  • Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders and Otolaryngology, Wayne State University
  • Fellow, American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association
  • Fellow, American Academy of Audiology
  • Editor-in-Chief, American Journal of Audiology
  • Chairman, Scientific Advisory Committee, American Tinnitus Association
  • Voting member, The Publication Board and Council-of-Editors, American Speech, Language and Hearing Association

Former Professional Positions

  • Staff audiologist, Albany Medical Center Hospital
  • Director of Hearing Rehabilitation Center, Albany Medical Center Hospital
  • Director Audiology, Albany Medical Center Hospital
  • Director of Oto-Neurological Research, Division of Otolaryngology, Albany Medical College
  • Staff Scientist, Department of Neurology, The Neurosciences Institute and Advanced Imaging Research Center, Albany Medical College

Research

Areas of Interest
  • Human electrophysiology
  • Electroacoustics (otoacoustic emissions, middle ear assessment)
  • Central auditory processing disorder
  • Tinnitus
  • Magnetic resonance imaging
Selected Publications

Published books:

Langguth, B., Hajak, G, Kleinjung T, Cacace, A.T., and Møller, A.R. (Editors). Tinnitus: Pathophysiology and Treatment. Progress in Brain Research. Elsevier (2007).

Cacace, A.T., and McFarland, D.J. (Editors), Controversies in Central Auditory Processing Disorder. San Diego: Plural Publishing (2009).


Published book Chapters (since 2004):

Cacace, A.T. The limbic system and tinnitus. In: J. Snow, editor, Tinnitus: Theory and
Management. BC Decker, Publisher, Singular (2004).

Tinnitus. In: Humes, L.E., Joellenbeck, L.M., and Durch, J.S. (eds.) Noise and Military Service: Implications for Hearing Loss and Tinnitus, pp. 90-111. Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press (2005). (Contributions by Tyler, R. and Cacace, A.T.).

Cacace, A.T., and McFarland, D.J. Delineating Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): A Conceptual, Theoretical, and Practical Framework. In: An Introduction to Auditory Processing Disorders, T. K. Parthasarathy (ed.). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Publisher, pp. 39-61 (2006).

McFarland, D.J., and Cacace, A.T. Controversial issues in CAPD: From Procrustes’ Bed to Pandora’s Box. In: An Introduction to Auditory Processing Disorders, T. K. Parthasarathy (ed.), New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Publisher, pp. 247-263 (2006).

Cacace, A.T., and McFarland, D.J. Frequency domain analysis of event related potentials and oscillations. In: Evoked Potentials: Basic Principles and Clinical Application. In: R.F. Burkard, M. Don, and J.J. Eggermont (eds). Pp. 124-137, Lippincott, Williams, & Wilkins (2007).

Cacace, A. T., and Silver, S. M. Applications of magnetic resonance spectroscopy to tinnitus research: Initial data, current issues, and future perspectives. In: B. Langguth, G. Hajak, T. Kleinjung, A.T. Cacace, and A. Møller, editors. Tinnitus: Pathophysiology and Treatment. Progress in Brain Research. Elsevier, 166: 71-81 (2007).

B. Langguth, R. Goodey, A. Azevedo, A. Bjorne, A. Cacace et al. Consensus for tinnitus patient assessment and treatment outcome measurement. In: B. Langguth, G. Hajak, T. Kleinjung, A.T. Cacace, and A. Møller, editors. Tinnitus: Pathophysiology and Treatment. Progress in Brain Research. Elsevier, 166: 525-536 (2007).

Tyler, R. S., Tao, P., and Cacace, A. T. The neural mechanisms of tinnitus. In: Tyler, R. S. (Editor), The Consumer Handbook of Tinnitus, pp. 31-47. Sedona, AZ: Auricle Ink Publishers (2008).

McFarland, D.J., and Cacace, A. T. Modality Specificity and Auditory Processing Disorders, In: Cacace, A. T., and McFarland, D. J. (Editors), Controversies in Central Auditory Processing Disorder. San Diego: Plural (2009).

McFarland, D.J., and Cacace, A. T. Towards the Development of Models, Theories, and Test Paradigms in Evaluating and Diagnosing Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD). In: Cacace, A. T., and McFarland, D. J. (Editors), Controversies in Central Auditory Processing Disorder. San Diego: Plural (2009).

Cacace, A. T., and Burkard, R.F. Auditory neuropathy: Bridging the gap between basic research and current clinical concerns. In: Cacace, A. T., and McFarland, D. J. (Editors), Controversies in Central Auditory Processing Disorder. San Diego: Plural (2009).

Cacace, A.T., and McFarland, D.J. Middle latency auditory evoked potentials: Basic issues and potential applications. In: J. Katz, editor, Handbook of Clinical Audiology, 6th Edition, (2009).

Publications (since 2004)

Tyler, R.S., Cacace, A.T. Advances in understanding and treating tinnitus. Tinnitus Today, American Tinnitus Association, March (2004).

McFarland, D.J., and Cacace, A.T. Separating stimulus locked and unlocked components of the auditory event related potential. Hear. Res. 193: 111-120 (2004).

Cacace, A.T. McFarland D. J. The importance of modality specificity in diagnosing central auditory processing disorder. Am. J. Audiol. 14: 112-123 (2005).

Cacace, A.T. McFarland D. J. Response to Katz and Tillery (2005, Musiek, Bellis, and Chermak (2005), and Rosen (2005). Am. J. Audiol. 14: 143-150 (2005).

Cacace, A.T. Hearing loss and tinnitus prevention initiatives: partnerships for success.
Am. J. Audiol. 15: 99-100 (2006).

Cacace, A.T. and Silver, S. M. (2007). Using magnetic resonance spectroscopy to understand the causes of tinnitus. Tinnitus Today, 32: (March) 14-15.

Cacace, A.T. Aging, Alzheimer’s disease, and hearing impairment: Highlighting relevant issues and calling for additional research. Am. J. Audiol. 16: 2-3 (2007).

Cacace, A. T. Aperçu of globalization in audiology. Am. J. Audiol. 16: 83 (2007).

Lee, S. L., Abraham, M., Cacace, A. T., and Silver, S. M. Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in veterans with debilitating tinnitus, a pilot study. Amer. J. Otolaryngol. Head Neck Surg. 138: 398-399 (2008).

Romero, S. G., McFarland, D. J., Faust, R., Farrell, L., and Cacace, A. T. Electrophysiological markers of skill-related neuroplasticity. Biol. Psychol. 78: 221-230 (2008).

Cacace, A.T. Toward developing constructive collaborations. Am. J. Audiol. 17: 2 (2008).

Communication Sciences & Disorders
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