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The contribution of syntax, semantics and phonology to developmental stuttering; the development of efficacious treatment programs for young children who stutter
Julia’s research has focused on auditory cortical development in children with hearing loss, specifically using the cortical auditory evoked potential as a measure of normal development of the central auditory…
Physiological correlates of auditory perception, the effects of noise on hearing, spectro temporal processing of sound, otoacoustic emissions
Integrative Neuroscience; Using functional neuroimaging and electrophysiological techniques to examine neural bases of speech perception, neural plasticity, and learning
Dr. Dalston teaches courses in voice, research, and craniofacial anomalies. His research concerns the impact of craniofacial anomalies upon communicative interactions
Gkalitsiou’s clinical and research interests include the nature and treatment of stuttering and fluency disorders in children and adults. Specifically, Gkalitsiou is interested in investigating the linguistic and…
Her research focuses on the nature and treatment of bilingual aphasia caused by stroke or neurodegenerative disease. In addition, she uses neuroimaging techniques to inform variability in treatment responsiveness in…