Literature on Patient Recall
Anderson, J. L., Dodman, S., Kopelman, M., & Fleming, A. (1979). Patient information recall in a rheumatology clinic. Rheumatology and Rehabililtation, 18, 18–22.
Bailey, H. A. T., & Martin, F. N. (1961). Letter to the patient with a sensori-neural hearing loss. Laryngoscope 71, 38.
Bradshaw, P. W., Ley, P., & Kincey, J. A. (1975). Recall of medical advice: comprehensibility and specificity. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 14, 55–82.
Godwin, Y. (2000). Do they listen? A review of information retained by patients following consent for reduction mammoplasty. British Journal of Plastic Surgery, 53, 121–125.
Houts, P. S., Bachrach, R., Witmer, J. T., Tringali, C. A., Bucher, J. A., & Localio, R. A. (1998). Using pictographs to enhance recall of spoken medical instructions. Patient Education and Counseling, 35, 83-88.
Houts, P. S., Witmer, J. T., Egeth, H. E., Loscalzo, M. J., & Zabora, J. R. (2001). Using pictographs to enhance recall of spoken medical instructions. II. Patient Education and Counseling, 43, 231–242.
Joyce, C. R. B., Caple, G., Mason, M., Reynolds, E., & Mathews, J. A. (1969). Quantitative study of doctor-patient communication. Quarterly Journal of Medicine 38, 183–194.
Kessels, R. P. C. (2003). Patients’ memory for medical information. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 96, 219–222.
Ley, P. (1972). Primacy, rated importance, and the recall of medical statements. Journal of Health & Social Behavior, 13, 311–317.
Ley, P. (1977). In S. Rachman (Ed.), Contributions to medical psychology (Vol. 1, pp. 9–42). Oxford: Permagon Press.
Ley, P. (1979). Memory for medical information. British Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 18, 245–255.
Ley, P. (1988). Communicating with patients. New York: Croom Helm.
Ley, P., Bradshaw, P. W., Eaves, D., & Walker, C. M. (1973). A method for increasing patients’ recall of information presented by doctors. Psychological Medicine, 3, 217–220.
Martin, F. N., Krueger, J. S., & Bernstein, M. (1990). Diagnostic information transfer to hearing-impaired adults. Texas Journal of Audiology and Speech Pathology, 16, 29–32.
Reynolds, P. M., Sanson-Fisher, R. W., Poole, A. D., Harker, J., & Byrne, M. J. (1981). Cancer and communication: Information-giving in an oncology clinic. British Medical Journal, 282, 1449–1451.
Scheitel, S. M., Boland, B. J., Wollan, P. C., & Silverstein, M. D. (1996). Patient-physician agreement about medical diagnoses and cardiovascular risk factors in the ambulatory general medical examination. Mayo Clinic Proceedings, 71, 1131–1137.
Shapiro, D. E., Boggs, S. R., Melamed, B. G., & Graham-Pole, J. (1992). The effect of varied physician affect on recall, anxiety, and perceptions in women at risk for breast cancer: An analogue study. Health Psychology, 11, 61–66.
Starfield, B., Steinwachs, D., Morris, I., Bause, G., Siebert, S., & Westin, C. (1979). Patient-doctor agreement about problems needing follow-up visit. JAMA, 242, 344–346.
Starfield, B., Wrau, C., Hess, K., Gross, R., Birk, P. S., & D’Lugoff, B. C. (1981). The influence of patient-practitioner agreement on outcome of care. American Journal of Public Health, 71, 127–131.
Thomson, A. M., Cunningham, S. J., & Hunt, N. P. (2001). A comparison of information retention at an initial orthodontic consultation. European Journal of Orthodontics, 23, 169–178.
Tuckett, D., Boulton, M., Olson, C., & Williams, A. (1985). Meetings between experts: An approach to sharing ideas in medical consultations. London: Tavistock Publications.
Audiology Counseling Literature
Clark, J. G., & Martin, F. N. (1994). Effective counseling in audiology: Perspectives and practice. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Crowe, T. A. (Ed.). (1997). Applications of counseling in speech-language pathology and audiology. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins.
Erdman, S. A. (2000). Counseling adults with hearing impairment. In J. G. Alpiner and P. A. McCarthy (Eds.), Rehabilitative audiology: Children and adults (pp. 435–470). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Williams.
Flasher, L. V., & Fogle, P. T. (2004). Counseling skills for speech-language pathologists and audiologists. Clifton Park, NY: Delmar Learning.
Kricos, P. B. (2000). Family counseling for children with hearing loss. In J. G. Alpiner and P. A. McCarthy (Eds.), Rehabilitative audiology: Children and adults (pp. 275–305). Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Williams.
Hodgson, W. R. (1994). Audiologic counseling. In J. Katz (Ed.), Handbook of clinical audiology (pp. 616–623). Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins.
Luterman, D. M. (1987). Counseling parents of hearing-impaired children. In F. N. Martin (Ed.), Hearing disorders in children (pp. 309–319). Austin: Pro-Ed.
Luterman, D. M. (2001). Counseling persons with communication disorders and their families. (4th ed.). Austin: Pro-Ed.
Madell, J. R. (1998). Behavioral evaluation of hearing in infants & young children. New York: Thieme Medical Publishers.
Madell, J. R. (2000). Counseling for diagnosis and management of auditory disorders in infants, children, and adults. In M. Valente, H. Hosford-Dunn, & R. J. Roeser (Eds.), Audiology: Treatment (pp. 291–305). New York: Thieme Medical Publishers.
Mencher, G. T. (1996). Counseling families of hearing-impaired children: suggestions for the audiologist. In S. E. Gerber (Ed.), The handbook of pediatric audiology (pp. 343–351). Washington DC: Gallaudet University Press.
Sanders, D. E. (1975). Hearing aid orientation and counseling. In M. C. Pollack (Ed.), Amplification for the hearing impaired (pp. 323–372). New York: Grune and Stratton.