Faculty and staff scholarship from the Speech-Language Pathology Department at Misericordia University.

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Submissions from 2019

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Preliminary Investigation of Visual Attention to Complex AAC Visual Scene Displays in Individuals With and Without Developmental Disabilities, Tara O'Neill, Krista M. Wilkinson, and Janice Light

Submissions from 2018

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Feeding and Swallowing, Jessica Sofranko Kisenwether

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Effects of Interventions That Include Aided Augmentative and Alternative Communication Input on the Communication of Individuals With Complex Communication Needs: A Meta-Analysis, Tara O'Neill, Janice Light, and Lauramarie Pope

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New Concepts in Motor Learning and Training Related to Voice Rehabilitation, Cari Tellis

Submissions from 2017

Long-Term and Short-Term Period and Amplitude Perturbation Measurents: Are They all Needed?, Jessica Sofranko Kisenwether and Robert A. Prosek

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Bridging the Gap from Values to Actions: A Family Systems Framework for Family-Centered AAC Services, Kelsey Mandak, Tara O'Neill, and Gregory M. Fosco

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Family Leisure as a Context to Support Augmentative and Alternative Communication Intervention for Young Children with Complex Communication Needs, Tara O'Neill, Kelsey Mandak, and Krista M. Wilkinson

Stuttering and Cluttering, Kathleen Scaler Scott

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Evidence-Based Guidelines for Being Supportive of People Who Stutter in North America, Kenneth O. St. Louis, Farzan Irani, Rodney M. Gabel, Stephanie Hughes, Marilyn Langevin, Midori Rodriguez, Kathleen Scaler Scott, and Mary E. Weidner

Submissions from 2016

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The Effect of Experience on Response Time When Judging Synthesized Voice Quality, Jessica Sofranko Kisenwether and Robert A. Prosek

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Using functional near infrared spectroscopy with fluent speakers to determine haemoglobin changes in the brain during speech and non-speech tasks, Glen Tellis and Cari Tellis

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Could Anticoagulants Improve Communication in Dementia?, Sarah E. Tokach, Kathleen Scaler Scott, James Siberski, and Ruixia Yan

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Could Anticoagulants Improve Communication in Dementia?, Sarah E. Tokach, Kathleen Scaler Scott, James Siberski, and Ruixia Yan