School of Applied Sciences

The University of Mississippi

Communication Sciences & Disorders Faculty, Students Present Research at ASHA Conference

Posted on December 6th, 2018 by staff


OXFORD, Miss. — Faculty, clinical instructors and students from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders presented and collaborated on 12 presentations at theĀ annual convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association held November 14-17 in Boston.

Presenters and collaborators included:

  • Dr. Carolyn Higdon, Professor
    • CAA Site Visits: What to Expect, How to Prepare
    • Enhancing Skills as a Site Visitor
    • Ethical Issues in Global Service Provision, Teaching and Research
  • Dr. Davis Henderson, Assistant Professor
    • Dynamic Assessment of Narratives among Navajo Preschoolers
    • A Survey of Speech-Language Pathologists’ Use and Understanding of Evidence-Based Practice
  • Amy Livingston, Clinical Instructor
    • Preparing for Generation Z- Are You Ready?
  • Dr. Susan Lovall-Hague, Assistant Professor
    • A Meta-Analysis of Prosody in Intellectual Disabilities
    • Pronoun Processing in Adults With & Without Intellectual Disabilities
    • A Survey of Speech-Language Pathologists’ Use and Understanding of Evidence-Based Practice
    • RECALL Reading Intervention for Children With Moderate to Severe Language Delays
  • Dr. Vishakha Rawool, Chair and Professor
    • Accurate Diagnosis of Auditory Processing Deficits in the Presence of Language-related Impairments
  • Dr. Gregory Snyder, Associate Professor
    • Differential Effects of Factual & Apologetic Self-Disclosure on Studentsā€™ Perceptions of a Speaker Who Stutters
    • Perceptions of Cluttering Among Communication Sciences & Disorders & Non-Communication Sciences & Disorders Students
  • Emma Kate Thome, Graduate Student
    • A Survey of Speech-Language Pathologists’ Use and Understanding of Evidence-Based Practice
  • Rebekah Bosley, Graduate Student
    • RECALL Reading Intervention for Children With Moderate to Severe Language Delays

The School of Applied Sciences extends congratulations to our Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders for their contributions to their discipline and this annual conference.

For more information about Communication Sciences and Disorders, visit www.csd.olemiss.edu.