This series highlights faculty work from Communication Sciences and Disorders Department. It is not limited to published articles but can include any type of published or unpublished works such as: articles, books, book chapters, book reviews, conference proceedings, data sets, editorials, keynotes, grey literature, lectures, presentation, posters, reports, and white papers. Each work’s record page includes all available citation information.
Submissions from 2023
Acoustic Correlates of Central Vowels in Russian-English and Spanish-English Bilingual Children, Suzanne V.H. Van der Feest, Genevieve Medina, Evgeniya Maryutina, Ingrid Davidovich, Theresa Bloder, Isabelle Barriere, and Valerie L. Shafer
Submissions from 2022
Partner perception of affective, behavioral, and cognitive reactions to voice use in people with Parkinson’s disease, Zoë Thijs Ph.D., Yan Zhang, Kristiane Van Lierde, and Martine Vanryckeghem
Submissions from 2016
Le statut linguistique des pronoms du créole haïtien et du français: une étude de corpus, Isabelle Barriere, Geraldine Legendre, Blandine Joseph, Sarah Kresh, Prince Fluerio Guetjen, and Thierry Nazzi
The interprofessional collaboration between nurses and speech-language pathologists working with patients diagnosed with dysphagia in skilled nursing facilities, Kaitlin Brooks PhD, CCC-SLP; Renee Fabus; and Akhtar E. Ghassemi
Submissions from 2015
Preliminary Case Studies Investigating the Use of Electropalatography (EPG) Manufactured by CompleteSpeech® as a Biofeedback Toolin Intervention, Renee Fabus, Lawrence Raphael, Selene Gatzonis, Kaitlin Brooks, Krystal Giardina, Sarah Cron, and Brittany Badke
Submissions from 2010
L’acquisition de l’accord sujet-verbe par les jeunes francophones natifs entre 14 et 30 mois : préférence, compréhension et environnement linguistique (The acquisition of subject-verb agreement by young native French speakers between 14 and 30 months: preference, understanding, and linguistic environment), Isabelle Barriere, Geraldine Legendre, Thierry Nazzi, Louise Goyet, and Sarah Kresh
Native language experience influences the topography of the mismatch negativity to speech, Hia Datta Ph.D., Jason D. Zevin, Urs Maurer, Kara A. Rosania, and Bruce D. McCandliss
Submissions from 2005
Age Effects in Processing Bilinguals’ Accented Speech, Barbara T. Schmidt Ph.D, CCC-SLP.
Neurophysiological Indexes of Speech Processing Deficits in Children with Specific Language Impairment, Hia Datta Ph.D., Valerie L. Shafer, Mara L. Morr, Diane Kurtzberg, and Richard G. Schwartz