|Present||Assistant Professor, Portland State University ‐ Speech and Hearing Sciences|
Honors and Awards
- National Institutes of Health R03 award from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders for his project "Assessment of Anomia: Improving Efficiency and Utility"
- Lessons for Success - American Speech Language and Hearing Association
- Four time recipient of the NIDCD New Investigator Fellowship: Research Symposium in Clinical Aphasiology
- New Century Scholars Program Doctoral Scholarship - American Speech Language and Hearing Foundation
Language Sample Analysis and Elicitation Technique Effects in Bilingual Children ...
Journal of Speech Language, and hearing research (2017)
Purpose This study examined whether the language sample elicitation technique (i.e., storytelling and story-retelling tasks with pictorial support) affects lexical ...
Semantic Knowledge Use in Discourse Produced by Individuals with Anomic ...
Speech and Hearing Sciences Faculty Publications and Presentations (2016)
Background---Researchers have demonstrated that people with aphasia (PWA) have preserved semantic knowledge (Dell et al., 1997; Jefferies & Lambon Ralph, ...
Global Coherence in Younger and Older Adults: Influence of Cognitive ...
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition: A Journal on Normal and Dysfunctional Development (2014)
The purpose of the present research was to examine the influence of cognitive processes on discourse global coherence ability measured ...