Student research at UNC CARD 2011-2015

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 Harmon, T. G., Jacks, A., Haley, K. L., & Faldowski, R. (In press). Listener Perceptions of Simulated Fluent Speech in Nonfluent Aphasia. Aphasiology

Cunningham, K., Haley, K.L., & Jacks, A. (in press). Speech sound distortions in aphasia and apraxia of speech: Reliability, and diagnostic significance. Aphasiology,

Fischer, L., Pravasilis, P., Haley, K. L. (2015). Spanish and Greek CHMIT: Speech Intelligibility in L1 and L2 for Bilingual Speakers. Annual Convention of the American Speech Language Hearing Association, Denver, CO.

Harmon, T., Jacks, A., & Haley, K. (2015). Listeners' perceptions about speech, speaker, and comfort in response to aphasia: Effects of simulated fluency. Annual Convention of the American Speech Language Hearing Association, Denver, CO.

Cavanaugh, R., Haley, K., & Jacks, A. (2015). Communicative Life Participation Experienced by People with High Level Aphasia. Annual Convention of the American Speech Language Hearing Association, Denver, CO.

Harmon, T. G., Jacks, A., Haley, K. L., & Faldowski, R. (In press). Listener Perceptions of Simulated Fluent Speech in Nonfluent Aphasia. Aphasiology

Cunningham, K., Haley, K.L., & Jacks, A. (In press). Speech sound distortions in aphasia and apraxia of speech: Type, reliability, and diagnostic significance. Aphasiology.

Harmon, T. G., Fleck, S., Jacks, A. (2015). Learning about aphasia through experience: Descriptions of an interdisciplinary patient-centered seminar. eHearsay: Electronic Journal of the Ohio Speech-Language Hearing Association.

Cavanaugh, R. (2015).Working Memory Capacity and Subjective Communication Difficulties in High-Level Aphasia. MS Thesis

Harmon, T. G., Lin, M., Scronce, G., & Jacks, A. (2015, Apr). Mentorship program between people with aphasia and interdisciplinary students to foster client-centeredness and participation. 2015 Annual Convention for the North Carolina Speech, Hearing and Language Association, Raleigh, NC.

Harmon, T. G., Lin, M., Scronce, G., & Jacks, A. (2015, March). Talking, Sharing, and Teaching: Improved quality of life and participation of PWA through student interaction. AphasiaAccess Leadership Summit, Boston, MA.

Pravasilis, P., Fischer, L., & Haley, K.L. (2014). Adapting the CHMIT into Greek and Spanish. Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, Orlando, FL, Nov.

Harmon, T. G., Jacks, A., Haley, K. L. (2014, November). Listener attitudes of simulated fluent speech in nonfluent aphasia. Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Orlando, FL, Nov.

Pravasilis, P., Fischer, L., & Haley, K. L. (2014). Chapel Hill Multilingual Intelligibility Test in Greek and Spanish. Annual Convention of the North Carolina Speech Hearing and Language Association, Raleigh, NC March 19-21.

Cunningham, K. T., Haley, K. L., & Jacks, A. (2013). Sound distortions: A clinical feature of apraxia of speech. Annual Convention of the American Speech Language Hearing Association, Chicago, IL.10744

Nosol, M., & Haley, K. L. (2013). Stories worth telling: A writing workshop for people with aphasia and their families. The 2013 Aging Exchange UNC Institute on Aging, April 18, Chapel Hill NC and The North Carolina Speech, Hearing and Language Association Spring Convention, April 24-26, Raleigh, NC

Mortimer, K., & Haley, K. L. (2013). Healthcare professionals' knowledge of aphasia: Conveying Prognosis for language recovery and life participation to patients. The North Carolina Speech, Hearing and Language Association Spring Convention, April 24-26, Raleigh, NC

Cunningham, K., Haley, K. L., & Jacks, A (2013). Phonetic distortions: a clinical marker of acquired apraxia of speech? The North Carolina Speech, Hearing and Language Association Spring Convention, April 24-26, Raleigh, NC

Goldberg, S, Haley, K L, Jacks, A P (2012). Script Training and Generalization for People with Aphasia. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 21, 222-238.

Mortimer, K. (2012) Healthcare professionals' knowledge of aphasia: Conveying prognosis for language recovery and life participation to patients. MS Thesis.

Haley, K. L., & Wangerman, T. (2012). Using family members or close friends as informants about participation goals for older adults with and without aphasia. Perspectives on Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders, 22 (1), 12-17.

Samantha Goldberg (2011) Script training and generalization for people with aphasia. MS Thesis.

Gaven, J.  (2011) The effects of high-frequency hearing loss on speech perception in people with aphasia.MS.Thesis

Styers, A, Haley, K.L, Jacks, A.P., Yoder, D. (April 2011). Applications of card sorting methodology to AAC in aphasia. The North Carolina Speech, Hearing and Language Association Spring Convention

Goldberg, S., Haley, K. L., Jacks, A., & Harrison, M. (April 2011). Script Training and Generalization in Adults with Aphasia. The North Carolina Speech, Hearing and Language Association Spring Convention

Gaven, J., Haley, K. L., Jacks, A., Hedrick, M., & Williams, S. (April 2011). Hearing Loss and Speech Perception in People with Aphasia. The North Carolina Speech, Hearing and Language Association Spring Convention