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JSLHR Research Forum on Processing Complex Auditory Stimuli

JSLHR Research Forum on Processing Complex Auditory Stimuli

In October 2017, the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research (JSLHR) published a new Research Forum, Advances in Research on Auditory Attention and the Processing of Complex Auditory Stimuli, based ...
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Improvements in ASHA's Peer Review Process

Improvements in ASHA’s Peer Review Process

On January 1, 2017, ASHA journals began implementing a new editorial board peer review model. During the first six months of the year, every ASHA Journal—the American Journal of Audiology, ...
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Special Issues from the Conference on Motor Speech 2016: Summary and Highlights

Special Issues from the Conference on Motor Speech 2016: Summary and Highlights

Nancy Pearl Solomon and Yana Yunusova
Every 2 years, a small but dedicated international group of researchers, clinicians, and students meet in the United States to present and discuss new research on speech motor control and ...
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ASHA Partners With Figshare to Enhance Discoverability and Reuse of Research Outputs

ASHA Partners With Figshare to Enhance Discoverability and Reuse of Research Outputs

ASHA has partnered with Figshare, an online digital repository for academic research, to showcase supplementary research outputs within the communication sciences and disorders discipline. Research outputs published across ASHA’s peer-reviewed ...
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Supporting SLPs To Work With Multilingual Children

Supporting SLPs To Work With Multilingual Children

Sharynne McLeod, PhD and Sarah Verdon, PhD
In 2014, the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology published a paper that reviewed 30 speech assessments in 19 languages other than English (McLeod & Verdon, 2014). The editors overseeing the ...
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Study of Hearing-Aid Outcomes in Older Adults

Study of Hearing-Aid Outcomes in Older Adults

Led by Larry Humes, PhD, CCC-A, a team of researchers at Indiana University Bloomington conducted the first-ever placebo-controlled double-blind randomized clinical trial of hearing aid outcomes. With funding support from ...
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Experiences With Kudos: An Interview With Dr. Kerry Danahy Ebert

Experiences With Kudos: An Interview With Dr. Kerry Danahy Ebert

Kudos provides a free toolkit for increasing usage and impact of published research. Researchers use Kudos to explain work in plain language, and to manage and measure efforts to share ...
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Improved Review Process With New Editorial Board Structure, Now in Effect

Improved Review Process With New Editorial Board Structure, Now in Effect

Starting January 1, 2017, each of the ASHA journals has moved to an editorial board structure featuring the roles of editor-in-chief, editor, and editorial board member. The new structure is ...
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Select Papers From the 45th Clinical Aphasiology Conference

Select Papers From the 45th Clinical Aphasiology Conference

Featuring 13 articles stemming from research presented at the 45th Clinical Aphasiology Conference (CAC), this special issue of the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology is now in its 5th year ...
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AJA Special Issue: Internet and Audiology

AJA Special Issue: Internet and Audiology

In case you missed it, in October 2016 the American Journal of Audiology (AJA) released a special issue on the Internet and Audiology. The internet and modern information technology has ...
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