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CSD faculty members present at the annual meeting of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Here is a listing of all of the presentations by the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the recent annual meeting of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association held on November 14-16, 2013 in Chicago, IL.

Two Hour Seminars

Bourgeois, M., &  Hopper, T.   State of the science update: Cognitive-communication       interventions for people with dementia (Invited)

Hinckley, J. & Douglas, N. The missing link: The role of intermediaries in research-to-practice transfer. Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. (Invited)

Hinckley, J., Fraas, M., Hersh, D., Leahy, M., O'Dwyer, M., & Ryan, F. Listening to the perspectives of people with communication disorders through narratives: An international panel.

Hinckley, J. J. (2013). How clinicians can help people with severe aphasia participate in life. (Invited)

Rogalski, Y., Fleming, V., Bourgeois, M., Key-DeLyria, S., Quintana, M.  Mild Cognitive Impairment & Healthy Aging: Characteristics, Evaluation, & Treatment Approaches


One hour Seminars

Douglas, N. & Hinckley, J. (2013, November). How to study the use of evidence-based practice: External memory aids and implementation science.

Douglas, N., Goff, R., Nakano, E., Hinckley, J. What clinicians want to know about communication partner training.

Hinckley, J. J., Dow, D. & Dow-Richards, C. (2013). Hope matters: A perspective from 18 years after childhood stroke & aphasia.

Saunders, G., Gallun, F., Hutter, M.,  Lewis, M.,? Frederick, M.,? Arnold, ?M., Chisolm, T., Myers, ?P., Leek, M.  Auditory processing & rehabilitation following blast exposure & mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI).

Simmons-Mackie, N., Worrall, L., King, J., Elman, R. & Hinckley, J. (2013). Supporting communication for adults with aphasia: Improving the experience of living with aphasia.


Technical Sessions

Maxfield, N. Central Bottleneck Influences on Word-Production Stages in Children: ERP Evidence.

Maxfield, N.  Neurocognitive Processing Bottlenecks in Speech Multitasking.


Posters

Barker, R., Bridges, M., & Saunders, K. Results of a nonspeech computerized assessment of phonological awareness with children who are minimally verbal.

Benigas, J. & Bourgeois, M.  Using spaced retrieval with external aids to train strategies during eating for persons with dementia.

Bourgeois, M., Camp, C., Brello, J., & Antenucci, V.  VoiceMyChoice™: Communicating preferences of persons with dementia.

Hinckley, J. J. (2013). Metaphors we treat by: How we describe clinical work.

Luque, J., Leddon, E., and Moore, J. Tactile intervention for accent modification - Speech Buddies.

Maxfield, N. Masked priming effects on picture-name encoding in adults who stutter: ERP evidence.

Maxfield, N.  Central bottleneck influences on word production stages in adults who stutter: ERP evidence.

Maxfield, N.  Information flow in the mental lexicons of adults who stutter: Evidence from event-related potentials.

Maxfield, N.  Electrophysiological estimates of the time-course of semantic & phonological encoding in adults who stutter.

Maxfield, N. Picture naming electrified in aging adults who stutter.

Maxfield, N.  Do lexical codes activate when naming is not required? ERP evidence from adults who stutter.

Morphew, K, & Maxfield, N. Picture-naming electrified in children who stutter.

Snook , K., Bourgeois, M., & Brello, J.  Telephone-based script-training & generalization for aphasia.

Watts, S.A., Domer, A, Gaziano, J, Pitts, T, Estores, D, Richter, J, Donoghue, K, Gooch, C, Vu, T. and Plowman, E. K.   The relationship between voluntary cough production and swallow safety in individuals with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.

Zecker, S., Griffith, J. Wilson, R., Krause, N., Wallhagen, M. Dubno, J., Dhar, S., Hoffman, H., Newman, C., Frisina, R., Eddins, D., Walton, J., Dziorny, A. (2013). The NIH toolbox measure of hearing: Normative data.


Book Signings

Bourgeois, M. (2014).  Memory & communication aids for people with dementia.  Baltimore, MD: Health Professions Press.