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Validating the Peabody Individual Achievement Test-Revised: Identifying Reading Deficits in First Graders

Elisa Huff, PhD, Susan K. Niebel, Carrie Belatti-Griffin, Cassandra R. Torgerson

February 7, 2005

Dr. Elisa Huff, CCC-SLPAssistant Professor, Department of Communication DisordersThe University...   Read More


Subsyllabic Component Durations in Three Children with Suspected Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Two Children with Typical Development, One Child with Phonologic Delay, and One Adult

Beate Peter, Carol Stoel-Gammon

February 7, 2005

Department of Speech and Hearing SciencesUniversity of Washington, Seattlebvpeter@u.washington.educsg@u.washington.eduAbstract:Previous...   Read More

 


A Program for Providing Follow-up Services to Persons with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Sandy A. Starch, Robert C. Marshall, Tamara B. Cranfill, Connie M. Karrow

January 31, 2005

Correspondence:Robert C. Marshall, Ph.D.Professor, Dept. of Rehabilitation SciencesUniversity...   Read More


A Communication Independence Model: For People With Severe Communication Disabilities

Yvonne Gillette

January 31, 2005

Introduction:The more functional skills an individual possesses, the more independently that...   Read More


Clinical Practice Philosophy for Speech Language Pathologists

P.R. Mitchell, PhD, CCC-SLP

December 13, 2004

Philosophy, beliefs and attitudes impact practice, regardless of our level of awareness of those underpinnings....   Read More


A Comparison of Nasality Measures between Children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Children with Repaired Cleft Palate, and Typically Developing Children

Amy Skinder-Meredith, PhD, CCC-SLP, Susan Carkoski, MA, Natalie Graf, MA

December 13, 2004

Abstract:Nasalance is the ratio of acoustic energy output from the oral and nasal cavities of a speaker....   Read More

 


Modifying the Communicative Abilities of Daily Living (CADL-2) for Use with Illiterate Persons with Aphasia: Preliminary Results

Nidhi Mahendra, PhD, CCC-SLP

November 22, 2004

Postdoctoral FellowDepartment of Speech Language and Hearing SciencesUniversity of Arizonanidhi@email.arizona.eduAbstract:Illiterate...   Read More


Effect of an Oral Motor Exerciser in Articulation Therapy: A Single Subject Design

Amy Skinder-Meredith, PhD, CCC-SLP, Lecia D. Lentz, MA

November 15, 2004

University of Minnesota-DuluthDepartment of Communicative Sciences and DisordersAmy E. Skinder-Meredith229...   Read More

 


Create-A-Book Project: Enhancing Language, Literacy and Motivation

M.A. Toner, PhD, Donna Helmer, MS, CCC-SLP

November 1, 2004

M. A. Toner, Ph.D., CCC-SLP; University of ArkansasDonna Helmer, M.S., CCC-SLP; Private PracticeIntroduction:In...   Read More

 


Photos vs. Videos: A Case Study of Name Learning After Brain Injury

Nancy Manasse-Cohick, PhD

October 18, 2004

Introduction:A myriad of cognitive problems may result following stroke, brain injury, or other...   Read More

 


Promoting Literacy Learning in Speech Pathology

James Feeney

October 11, 2004

Introduction:Over the past several years, much attention has been paid to the role of the speech-language...   Read More


Public Knowledge of Stuttering: Cross-Cultural Perspectives

Robert Mayo, PhD, Carolyn M. Mayo, Kimberly C. Jenkins, BA, Lauren R. Graves, BA

September 27, 2004

Abstract:400 African American and Caucasian American adults who did not stutter were surveyed...   Read More


Oral and Written Language Abilities in Typical Aging Individuals: A Work in Progress

Sandra L. Schneider, PhD, CCC-SLP

September 20, 2004

Contact Information:Sandra L. Schneider, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BC-NCDDepartment of Speech and Hearing...   Read More


Language in Context: History, Developmental Milestones, and Implications for Intervention

Margot E. Kelman, PhD, CCC-SLP

September 20, 2004

Department of Communicative Disorders and SciencesWichita State UniversityIntroduction:The...   Read More


T-Coils: Getting The Most Out Of Your Hearing Aid

Nancy L. Aarts, PhD

September 13, 2004

IntroductionConsumers report they want hearing aids to provide more benefit in noisy situations,...   Read More


Suggestions for Secondary Prevention of Reading Failure

Dee M. Lance, Ph.D., Brenda L. Beverly

September 13, 2004

Dee M. Lance, Ph.D.Department of Speech-Language PathologyUniversity of Central Arkansas, Conway,...   Read More


Heat and Moisture Exchange: Laryngectomy, Issues and Answers

Lynn Acton, MS, CCC-SLP

August 23, 2004

Speech-Language Pathologist Yale-New Haven Hospital New Haven, CT 06504 lynn.acton@yale.edu Approximately 9,500 Americans were diagnosed with laryngeal cancer in 2003. Laryngeal cancer occurs more fre...   Read More


Assessing Grammatical Morpheme Production Using Elicited Sampling

Brenda L. Beverly, Holly Goodnoh

August 23, 2004

Brenda L. BeverlyUniversity of South AlabamaMobile, ALHolly GoodnohThe Gregory Kistler...   Read More


New Directions in Psycholinguistics and Communication Sciences: Neurocognitive Processes and Genetic Bases of Human Communication

Dolors Girbau

August 16, 2004

The aim of this article is to review and/or redefine key concepts, theories and new advances in Psycholinguistics and Communication Sciences. Research within Psycholinguistics and Communication Scienc...   Read More


A Prevention and Enhancement Model for At-Risk Preschoolers: Three Classroom Contexts

Christine P. Cecconi, MA, CCC-SLP

August 9, 2004

Dept. Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology,Ithaca Collegeccecconi@ithaca.eduIntroductionOver...   Read More