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Publications

Dr. Marie Stadler with undergrad Lorraine Rindahl. (2011) Referential communication in bilingual and monolingual children. Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences.10. http://www.kon.org/urc/v10/rindahl.html

Presentations

Dr. Abby Hemmerich with E.M. Finnegan and H.T. Hoffman – (2011). The spread and severity of tremor in speech structures of persons with vocal tremor. Voice Foundation conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Dr. Vicki Samelson with undergrad Alyssa Yanzick – (2011). Direct teaching and scaffolding the comprehension of arithmetic word problems. ASHA, San Diego, CA and Provost's Honor's Symposium

Dr. Vicki Samelson with undergrad Kayla lake, Kia Schilling & Mariah Yeager – (2011). Teaching facial expression recognition to children with ASD. ASHA, San Diego CA

Dr. Vicki Samelson with undergrads Lacey Mancl & Alyssa Yanzick – (2011). Oral language skill, strategies and arithmetic word problems. ASHA, San Diego, CA

Dr. Marie Stadler with undergrads Katie Anderson and Erika Andrle - (2011). Comparing English-speaking children's retells with two culturally different stories. ASHA, San Diego, CA

Dr. Marie Stadler with undergrad Morgan Enright - (2011). Effects of instruction and gender on book-reading to preschoolers. ASHA, San Diego, CA.

Dr. Marie Stadler with undergrads Kathryn Albers, Emily Cable, Bridget Foley, Allie Kallstrom, Jamie Milanowski, Morgan Pieper, & Kyla Schaub - (2012). Do universities teach students about phonological intervention to two-year-olds? ASHA, Atlanta, GA

Dr. Marie Stadler with undergrads Kathryn Albers, Emily Cable, Bridget Foley, Allie Kallstrom, Jamie Milanowski, Morgan Pieper, & Kyla Schaub - (2012). A survey of phonological intervention for two-year-old children. ASHA, Atlanta, GA

Theses

Erika Andrle – Cognitive and language characteristics of adolescents with Asperger's syndrome: Two case studies. Vicki Samelson, Chair; Abby Hemmerich and Mary Beth Tusing, Committee. (in progress).

Anne Kulinski - Knowledge and Practice: Diagnosing and Treating Childhood Apraxia of Speech. Marie Stadler, Chair; Abby Hemmerich and Angela Dalhoe, Committee. (in progress)

Dana Kuehn - Comparing conversational communication behaviors of brain-injured and non-brain-injured dyads using the Partner Support Behavior Profile. Jerry Hoepner, Chair; Marie Stadler and Jeff Goodman, Committee. Completed spring, 2012.

Jaci Schantz - Perspectives of education and communication sciences and disorders students regarding response to intervention and the roles of speech-language pathologists in language and literacy intervention. Vicki Samelson, Chair; Marie Stadler and Sherry McCaul, Committee. Completed spring, 2012.

Abigail Stellmacher – Perspectives on telepractice in the field of speech and language pathology. Vicki Samelson, Chair; Angie Sterling-Orth and April Bleske-Recheck, Committee. Completed spring 2011.

Faculty/student collaborative research projects

Dr. Abby Hemmerich with undergrads Autumn Meyer and Lauren Natzke – (2012). ADSD Therapy: Assessing the effectiveness of combined-modality treatment for ADSD.

Dr. Abby Hemmerich with graduate student Anne Kulinski and Assistant Professor Dr. Jerry Hoepner – (2011-12). Measuring communication changes in Chinese students following accent modification intervention.

Dr. Vicki Samelson with undergrad Lydia Alf – (in progress). Intervention for vowel and vocalic /f/ speech sound disorder: Efficacy of biofeedback and rater reliability.

Dr. Marie Stadler with undergrad Megan Eisele - (in progress). Behavioral momentum.

Dr. Marie Stadler with undergrad Amanda Rumpca – (in progress). Toys vs. Technology: A comparison of methods to teach prepositions.

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