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Caregiver/Speech-Language Pathologist Communication in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit 

Jenkins, Rachel (2021-04-12)
Purpose: The purpose of the current investigation was to determine caregiver satisfaction with Speech-Language Pathologist’s (SLP) communication in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), as well as the impact this ...

The Effect of Event Boundaries on Repetition Reduction Among Individuals with Previous Experience of mTBI 

Siegel, Julia (2022-05-01)  ETD File Embargoed
Previous research has shown that event boundaries have a ‘reset’ effect on repetition reduction within conversational speech. Other studies have shown that the ‘Location Updating Effect’ impacts memory, even within a virtual ...

Family-Centered Practice Knowledge and Use Amongst Speech-Language Pathologists: A National Survey 

DeCarlo, Emma (2022-04-25)
The purpose of this study is to investigate the degree to which practicing speech-language pathologists (SLPs) engage in family-centered behaviors within the pediatric population. Additionally, this study aims to determine ...

Speech-Language Pathologists and Culturally Competent Intervention 

Mixson, Anna (2021-04-13)
The purpose of this study was to explore speech-language pathologists’(SLPs) demonstration of cultural competence during the intervention process. A 22-item Qualtrics survey was distributed to investigate if SLPs consider ...

Speech-Language Pathologists’ Counselor Self-Efficacy 

Mand, Fiona (2021-03-16)
The purpose of this study was to measure and determine the factors that influence counseling self-efficacy in speech-language pathologists. Data was collected through an anonymous 95-question web-based survey. Five hundred ...

Survey of Pediatric SLP Methods for Measuring Speech Intelligibility 

Bennett, Abigail (2022-01-06)  ETD File Embargoed
The purpose of this study was to explore the speech intelligibility measures currently being used by pediatric speech language-pathologists (SLPs), the most frequent measure, the variables considered in intelligibility ...

Teaching Literacy to Native American Students 

Pritchett, Jessica (2021-04-14)
The average reading scores for 4th grade Native American students consistently fall below the reading scores of their peers from other races and ethnicities. This deficit reflects a potential weakness in the ability of the ...