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Discriminating Children with SLI Among English Language-Learners

Johanne Paradis
10.1044/cred-pvd-c14002
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. Linguistic Diversity and Clinical Assessment On the theme of bilingualness, bilingualism and variants my title has a primary and/specific language impairment, that's because it seems that both terms are floating around these days and in the interest of ... Continue to Article >>

Language Impairment in the ADHD Context

Sean Redmond
10.1044/cred-pvd-c14003
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to talk to you about some work that I've been doing looking at various ways of capitalizing on the comparisons between children with specific language impairment and children with ADHD. I'm ... Continue to Article >>

Scaling Up for Systemic Change: Building Stakeholder Support for Implementation Research Projects

Wenonah Campbell
10.1044/cred-impl-bts-001
One of the reasons that you would want to go the implementation science route is that you are actually involving your stakeholders. The people who are going to actually have to do the innovation that you've developed, the evidence-based practice. You really are engaging with them from the beginning. I ... Continue to Article >>

Implementation Science: Realities and Lessons Learned

Wenonah Campbell
10.1044/cred-impl-rmr-001
Why Implementation Science? Implementation science could really inform how we, as a field, ensure that the work that we're doing -- the evidence-based practices we come up with -- get put into use. I think we have great examples from other fields to draw from about how it can be ... Continue to Article >>

Testing Theories: Using Intervention Research to Build a Theoretical Base for Evidence-based Practice

Nadine Martin
10.1044/cred-int-bts-002
People think treatment research is just about finding a good method. It's actually got more value -- it can also be used to test theories. And that's very important. The hardest part, I think is finding the interesting research question to begin with. It has to be of interest to ... Continue to Article >>

Auditory Brainstem Implants in Children

Laurie Eisenberg
10.1044/cred-int-bts-004
What are you working on? Right now I'd say my career is focused less on specific research questions, hypothesis-driven questions, and more into clinical trials with devices. So we have one NIH grant that's looking specifically at the development of children how are hard of hearing who are hearing aid ... Continue to Article >>

Using Tongue, Lip, and Jaw Movement Data to Improve Diagnostic Accuracy of ALS

Jordan Green
10.1044/cred-dsa-bts-004
Diagnosing a speech motor disorder is very challenging right now for the field. We have paradigms that were developed about 30 or 40 years ago, and we haven't really changed much as a field. That's because in many of the speech disorders, the symptoms overlap. It's hard to really get ... Continue to Article >>

Broadening our Perspective on Speech Recognition in the Aging: Learning from “Peripheral” Disciplines to Inform Solutions

Karen Helfer
10.1044/cred-ote-bts-005
I think one continuing question, and one that we've had for a long time is, "Why do older people have difficulty understanding speech?" What exactly changes with age? Is it hearing loss? Is it attenuation from peripheral hearing loss? Is it something else going on in the cochlea? Is it ... Continue to Article >>

Scaling Up Evidence Based Practices

Robert Horner
10.1044/cred-pvid-implscid1p5
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. I’ve been asked to talk about this notion of how you take things to scale. We heard this morning about kernels. We heard about programs. We heard about implementation science. I’m going to do a presentation that is ... Continue to Article >>

Universal Newborn Hearing Screening: The Evolution of a Public Health Revolution

Christine Yoshinaga-Itano
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. Additional presentation slides can be downloaded by clicking the PDF button in the toolbar. I wish I could start out with efficacy data, which we have none of. I wish I could start out with a standard research ... Continue to Article >>