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Ivette Cejas

University of Miami



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Recent Publications:

Sanchez, C., Cejas, I., & Agrawal, S. (in press) Comparison of Parent Perception and Datalogging in Pediatric Cochlear Implant Users. The Hearing Journal

Cejas, I. Evidence-based Practices to Improve Parent-Child Interactions & Communication. AEDA 2019 Conference Program Book.

Cejas, I. & Quittner, A.L. PEARLS: An Intervention to Improve Parent-child Interactions and Communication. The Impact of Hearing Loss on Childhood Development and Family Constellation 2019 Research Forum. 9-14, 2019

Cejas, I., Sarangoulis, C.M., Mestres, A., Nelson, J.A., & Quittner, A.L. (in press). Assessment and Intervention of Children who are d/Deaf or hard of hearing with Emotional and Behavioral Challenges. In C. Guardino & J. Cannon (Eds.). Deafness & Diversity Vol. 1: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students with Disabilities. Washington, D.C: Gallaudet University Press.

Francis, H.W., Zdanksi, C., Cejas, I., &  Eisenberg, L. (in press). Pediatric Cochlear Implantation. In  P. Flint, B. Haughey, V. Lund, K. Robbins, J. Thomas, M. Lesperance, & H. Francis (Eds.).  Cummings Otolaryngology (7th ed.). Atlanta, GA: Elsevier.

Morgenstein, K. & Cejas, I. (2019). Fostering Family Engagement in Audiology Care. The Hearing Journal, 72(3), 22-24.

Hoffman, M.F., Cejas, I,. & Quittner, A.L. (2019). Health-Related Quality of Life Instruments for Children with Cochlear Implants: Development of Child and Parent-Proxy Measures. Ear and Hearing, 40, 592-604. doi: 10.1097/AUD.0000000000000631

Cejas, I., Quittner, A.L. (2018). Effects of Family Variables on Spoken Language in Children with Cochlear Implants. In H. Knoors , M. Marschark (Eds). Evidence-Based Practices in Deaf Education (pp. 111-128). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Cejas, I., Hoffman, M.F., Mitchell, C., & Quittner, A.L. (2018). Comparisons of IQ in Children with and without Cochlear Implants: Longitudinal Findings and Associations with Language. Ear and Hearing. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1097/AUD.0000000000000578

Quittner, A.L., Cejas, I.., Wang, N., & Barker, D.H. (2016). Symbolic Play and Novel Noun Learning in Deaf and Hearing Children:  Longitudinal Effects of Access to Sound on Early Precursors of Language, PLoS One, 11(5), 1-19.

Quittner, A.L., Cejas, I., Barnard, J., & Niparko, J.K. (2016). Benefits of Cochlear Implantation on the Whole Child: Longitudinal Changes in Cognition, Behavior, Parenting and Health-Related Quality of Life. In N. Young and K. Iler Kirk,  Pediatric Cochlear Implantation: Learning and the Brain. New York: Springer-Verlag.

Hoffman, M.F., Cejas, I., & Quittner, A.L. (2016). Comparisons of longitudinal trajectories of social competence: Parent ratings of children with cochlear implants versus hearing peers. Otology & Neurotology, 37, 153-159.

Weinstein, A., Jent, J.F., Cejas, I., & De la Asuncion, M. (2015). Improving behavior using child-directed interaction skills: A case study determining cochlear implant candidacy.  Cochlear Implants International, 16, 285-289.

Eshraghi, A.A., Nazarian, R., Telischi, F.F., Martinez, D., Hodges, A., Velandia, S., Cejas, I., Balkany, T.J., Lo, K., Lang, D. (2015). Cochlear implantation in children with autism spectrum disorder. Otology & Neurotology,36, e121-e128.

Cejas, I., Hoffman, M.F., & Quittner, A.L. (2015). Outcomes and Benefits of Pediatric Cochlear Implants in Children with Additional Disabilities: A review and report of family influences on outcomes. Pediatric Health, Medicine and Therapeutics, 6, 45-63.

Hoffman, M.F., Quittner, A.L., & Cejas, I. (2015). Comparisons of social competence in young deaf and hearing children: A dynamic systems framework. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 20, 115-124.

Quittner, A.L., Cejas, I., Barker, D., & Hoffman, M. (2014). Effects of cochlear implants on young, deaf children’s development: Longitudinal analysis of behavioral regulation, attention and parenting in a national sample. In Cochlear implants: Technological advances, psychological/social impacts and long-term effectiveness (1st ed., Vol. 1, pp. 17-28). Hauppauge, New York: Nova Science.

Cejas, I. Quittner, A.L., Barker, D.H., & Niparko, J. (2014). Development of Joint Engagement in Young Deaf and Hearing Children: Effects of Chronological Age and Language Skills. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research,57, 1831-1841.

Quittner, A.L., Cruz, I., & Blackwell L.S. (2013). Advances in the measurement and utilization of health-related quality of life instruments. In W.T. O’Donohue, L.T. Benuto, & L. Woodward Tolle (Eds). Handbook of Adolescent Health Psychology (pp. 153-163), Springer Publications.

Cruz, I., Quittner, A.L., DesJardin, J., Marker, C., & CDaCI Investigative team. (2013). Identification of effective strategies to promote oral language in deaf children with cochlear implants. Child Development, 84, 543-559.

Quittner, A.L., Cruz, I., Barker, D.H., Tobey, E., Eisenberg, L., Niparko, J., & CDaCI Investigative team. (2013). Effects of Maternal Sensitivity and Cognitive and Linguistic Stimulation on Cochlear Implant Users’ Language Development over Four Years. Journal of Pediatrics, 162, 343-348.

Olveira, C., Olveira, G., Gaspar, I., Dorado, A., Cruz, I., Soriguer, F., Quittner, A.L., & Espildora, F. (2013). Depression and Anxiety Symptoms in Bronchiectasis: Associations with Health-Related Quality of Life. Quality of Life Research, 22, 597-605.

Cruz, I., Vicaria, I., Wang, N., Niparko, J., Quittner, A.L., & CDaCI Investigative team. (2012). Language and Behavioral Outcomes in Children with Developmental Disabilities using Cochlear Implants. Otology & Neurotology, 33, 751-760.

Quittner, A.L., Romero, S.L., Kimberg, C.I., Blackwell, L.S., & Cruz, I. (2011).  Impact of Chronic Illness on Adolescents. In: B. Bradford Brown and Mitchell J. Prinstein (Eds). Encyclopedia of Adolescence, Vol. 3. ( pp. 91-99). San Diego: Academic Press.

Olveira, G., Olveira, C., Gaspar, I., Cruz, I., Dorado, A., Perez-Ruiz, E., Porras, N., & Soriguer, F. (2010). Validation of the Spanish version of the Revised Cystic Fibrosis Quality of Life Questionnaire in adolescents and adults (CFQR 14+ Spain). Archivos de Bronconeumologia, 46, 166-175.

Quittner, A.L., Barker, D.H., Cruz, I., Snell, C., Grimley, M.E., Botteri, M., & CDaCI Investigative Team (2010). Parenting stress among parents of deaf and hearing children: Associations with language delays and behavior problems.  Parenting: Science and Practice, 10, 136-155.

Cruz, I., Marciel, K.K., Quittner, A.L., & Schechter M. (2009). Anxiety and Depression in CF. Seminars in Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 30, 569-578.

Cruz, I., & Quittner, A.L. (2009). Utilizing health-related quality of life measures in children with respiratory conditions. In:  C. Langston, B.B. Rogers, J.E. Dimmick, & D.B. Singer (Eds). Perspectives in Pediatric Pathology: Advances in Pediatric Pulmonary Pathology Small Lungs-Big Ideas, Vol 27 (pp. 266-284). Wisconsin: Society for Pediatric Pathology.

Quittner, A.L., Cruz, I., Modi, A.C., & Marciel, K.K. (2009). Health-related quality of life instruments for adolescents with chronic diseases. In W. O’Donohue, & L. Tolle (Eds),  Behavioral Approaches to Chronic Disease in Adolescence: A Guide to Integrative Care (pp. 311-327). New York: Springer.

Quittner, A.L., Barker, D.H., Snell, C., Grimley, M.E., Marciel, K.K., & Cruz I. (2008). Prevalence and impact of depression in cystic fibrosis. Current Opinion in Pulmonary Medicine, 14, 582-588.

Quittner, A.L., Modi, A.C., & Cruz, I. (2008). Systematic review of health-related quality of life measures for children with respiratory conditions. Paediatric Respiratory Reviews, 9, 220-232.

Quittner, A.L., Barker, D.H., Snell, C.J., Cruz, I., McDonald, L., Grimley, M.B., & Botteri, M., Marciel, K. (2007). Improvements in visual attention in deaf infants and toddlers after cochlear implantation.  Audiological Medicine, 5, 242-249.

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