Review: Thinking Outside of the Speech Box: Cranial Nerves Made Simple

Cranial nerves provide sensory and motor innervation to numerous structures that are important for speech, phonation, resonance, and swallowing. They also supply innervation to voluntary and involuntary muscles. An understanding of the cranial nerves is essential to the practice of speech-language pathology because they provide valuable information to the function regarding speech, voice, and swallowing […]

Research: Listener Response to Dialect in Music: A Comparison of Speakers of African American Dialect and Nondialect Speakers

Parker CR*, and Reeves-Pelt R

1Department of Communicative Disorders, School of Public Health, Jackson State University, United States 2Speech-Language Pathologist, Spanish Meadows Nursing & Rehabilitation, United States

*Corresponding author: Celeste R. Parker, Department of Communicative Disorders, School of Public Health, Jackson State University, Jackson, Tel: (601) 979-8877; Fax: (601) 432-6844, Email: celesterparker@yahoo.com Article Details

Received: […]

Deviations of Voice Characteristics in Female Speech Therapy Students that Smoke Using Dr. Speech

Tafiadis D3, Toki EI1,2,3, and Ziavra N1,2,3 1Laboratory of Audiology, Neurootology and Neurosciences, Department of Speech & Language Therapy, TEI of Epirus, Greece 2Laboratory of New Approaches in Communication Disorders, Department of Speech & Language Therapy, TEI of Epirus, Greece 3Department of Speech & Language Therapy, School of Health and Welfare, TEI of Epirus, Ioannina, […]

Improving Language and Reading Outcomes with A Systematic TechnologyBased Approach: Two Cases

Raupp SL and Markley B

Department of Speech, Language, & Hearing, Edinboro University, United States

Corresponding author: Skye Lewis Raupp, Ph.D., CCC-SL, Department of Speech, Language, & Hearing, Edinboro University, Edinboro, P.A., USA Article Details

Received: Dec 29, 2016; Accepted: Feb 09, 2017; Published: Feb 11, 2017

Competing interests

The authors have declared that […]

Provision of Audiologic Care in Nursing Homes: A Study of In-service Training with Facility Staff Members

Provision of Audiologic Care in Nursing Homes: A Study of In-service Training with Facility Staff Members

Lamb HB 1,2, Jones AL1

1Department of Communication Disorders, Auburn University, United States 2Atlanta Hearing Associates, Georgia, United States

*Corresponding author: Alisha L. Jones, Department of Communication Disorders, Auburn University, 1199 Haley Center, Auburn, Alabama 36839. Article Details

Received: […]