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  • Clinical Research
  • Speech-Language & Hearing Clinic

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  • Clinical Research

    The Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences program encourages faculty-mentored and independent research, which contributes to the creation of new knowledge, sharpens critical and analytical thinking skills, and prepares students for graduate study and/or professional positions. Students often present their research at the MSUM Student Academic Conference, while some student researchers present at regional, national or international meetings and conferences, such as the Minnesota Speech-Language-Hearing Association (MSHA) and the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).

    Below is a list of recent student research projects.

    Student  Research Project 
    Kayla Braun Survey of Speech-Language Pathologists on Adolescent Executive Function Impairments
    Brianna Christensen Knowledge and Degree of Comfort of School-Based SLPs Ability to Recognize Communication Characteristics of Asperger’s Syndrome
    Christine Condon Client Survey of Services Received at Minnesota State University Moorhead Speech-Language & Hearing Clinic
    Jeremy Dickey SLHS Student Preference of Classroom Instruction Delivery
    Elaine Doerfler The Effectiveness of Implementing the Social Approach to Aphasia Intervention for a Client with Chronic and Severe Broca’s Aphasia
    Kasey Greff Education and Experiences Influencing School-Based Speech Language Pathologists’ Treatment of Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
    Chelsea Hay Speech-Language Pathologist’s Perceptions of Evidence-Based Practice in University Clinic Settings
    Sarah Hoepfner Comparison of Static and Dynamic Assessments in Speech Sound Disorders
    Jennifer Leadbetter Implementing a Decision-Tree for Dysphagia Screenings in a University Clinic
    Maria Lendobeja Now Hear This
    Stephanie Lilleberg A Survey of Carryover Methodology Among School-Based SLPs in Minnesota
    Elise Lindquist Factors Influencing Speech-Language Pathologist’s Decision in Implementing an Augmentative and Alternative Communication System with Developmentally Delayed Adults
    Kelsey Longwell Implementing Literacy for Beginning Communicators
    Linaya Miller The Effects of Story Mapping in Aiding Reading Comprehension in an Adolescent with Autism
    Meredith Moore A Survey of Best Practices by School-Based SLPs in the Areas of Articulation and Phonological Disorders
    Kalika Peske Practices of Speech-Language Pathologists when Assessing and Treating Non-Native Speakers of English
    Mackenzie Schorn Finding the Beat in Rehabilitation: The Role of Music Therapy in Neurologic Rehabilitation
    Jenna Tews Factors Involved in the Successful Design and Implementation of Telepractice Programs in University Clinics
    Justine Thomas Memory Wallet Intervention for an Individual with Dementia
    Aubrey Vesledahl Implementing Literacy for Beginning Communicators