Douglas J. MackenzieAssociate Professor, School of Education
Dr. Mackenzie has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 1986.
Au.D., Central Michigan University
M.A., SUNY Geneseo
B.A., SUNY Oswego
2014 – present: Ella Cline Shear School of Education, SUNY Geneseo
2004 – 2014: Department of Communicative Disorders and Sciences, SUNY Geneseo
1982 – 2004: National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology
Dr. MacKenzie was also an adjunct professor at SUNY Geneseo from 1986 – 2004
Dr. MacKenzie is a member of the Livingston County Board of Health
Gestures Organization for Deaf Awareness, SUNY Geneseo
MacKenzie, D.J. Audiology and Hearing Loss. In R.E. Owens, D.E. Metz, & K.A. Farinella (Eds.), Introduction to communicative disorders: a life span perspective. (4th ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
Whitehead, R.L., MacKenzie, D., Broska, A., Proietti, J., Vogel, E., Williams, N., Metz, D.E., & Schiavetti, N. (2010). Effect of fingerspelling task on temporal characteristics and naturalness of speech produced during simultaneous communication by inexperienced signers. Contemporary Issues in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 37, 86-96.
Whitehead, R.L., Metz, D.E., Girardi, E., Irwin, J., Krigsman, A., Swanson, C. MacKenzie, D., & Schiavetti, N. (2009). Suprasegmental Characteristics of Speech Produced during Simultaneous Communication by Inexperienced Signers. J. Deaf Stud. Deaf Educ. 14(3): 362-370.
Guest Editor, Special topics issue on Audiologic Rehabilitation. Contemporary Issues in Communication Science and Disorders. Volume 35, Fall 2008.
MacKenzie, D.J. (2006). Open-canal fittings and the hearing aid occlusion effect. Hearing Journal. 59, 50-56.
MacKenzie, D.J. Audiology and Hearing Loss. In R.E. Owens & D.E. Metz (Eds.), Introduction to communicative disorders: a life span perspective. (3rd ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
MacKenzie, D.J., Schiavetti, N., Whitehead, R.L., & Metz, D.E. (2006). Perception of the voicing distinction in speech during simultaneous communication. Journal of Communication Disorders, 39, 12-21.
MacKenzie, D.J., Whitehead, R.L., Bennett, M., Breen, T., Bufano, A., Clarke, J., Eggleston, J, Eye, K., &Turner, R. (2005). Second formant frequency transition in diphthongs during simultaneous communication. Contemporary Issues in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 32, 151-155.
MacKenzie, D.J., Mueller, H.G., Ricketts, T.A., & Konkle, D.F. (2004) The hearing aid occlusion effect: a comparison of two measurement devices. Hearing Journal. 57, 30-39.
MacKenzie, D.J., Schiavetti, N., Whitehead, R.L., & Metz, D.E. (2004). Effects of noise and filtering on the intelligibility of speech produced during simultaneous communication. Journal of Communication Disorders, 37, 505-515.
Whitehead, R.L., Schiavetti, N., MacKenzie, D.J., & Metz, D.E. (2004). Intelligibility of speech produced during simultaneous communication. Journal of Communication Disorders, 37, 241-253.
MacKenzie, D.J., & Clymer, E.W. (1999). Evaluation of a desktop videoconferencing system with deaf students. The ENDEAVOR, Summer 1999, 26-27.
Bochner, J., Garrison, W., Palmer, L., MacKenzie, D., & Braveman, A. (1997). A computerized adaptive testing system for speech discrimination measurement: The Speech Sound Pattern Discrimination Test. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 101, 2289-2298.
Clymer, E.W., & MacKenzie, D.J. (1997). CU-SeeMe desktop videoconferencing as used by deaf students. NTID Research Bulletin, 2, 6-7.
MacKenzie, D.J. (1992). [Review of the book FM auditory training systems: characteristics, selection, and use]. Journal of the Academy of Rehabilitative Audiology, 25, 27-32.
MacKenzie, D. (1992). Assistive listening devices. In G. Kovalik, M. Norton & S. Meck (Eds.). Deafness: An annotated bibliography and guide to basic materials. Chicago: Association of Specialized and Cooperative Libraries.
Bochner, J. H., Snell, K. B., & MacKenzie, D. J. (1988). Duration discrimination of speech and tonal complex stimuli by normally hearing and hearing-impaired listeners. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 84, 493-500.
Wallber, M. J., MacKenzie, D. J., & Clymer, E. W. (1987). Telecoil Evaluation Procedure: an audiotape hearing aid evaluation procedure to determine the benefit of a hearing aid for telephone use. AUDITEC of St. Louis.
Wallber, M. J., & MacKenzie, D. J. (1986).NTID student telecoil use. Hearing Instruments, 37, 55-56.
Professional Licenses and Certifications
Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A) – American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
Licensed Audiologist– New York State
Licensed Hearing Aid Dispenser – New York State
Honors and Awards
2018: McClellan Service Award, Association for the Preservation of Geneseo
2014: SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching
2013: Communication for Life Award, Rochester Hearing and Speech Center.
2010: Friends of the Arc Award, Livingston-Wyoming County Arc