Recent Publications & Presentations

Below are details related to select publications and presentations created by members of the MSDLab

Rise up and embrace theory in the management of intelligibility disorders associated with dysarthria

Dr. Lansford has been invited to present on embracing theory in the management of intelligibility disorders associated with dysarthria at the upcoming 2021 ASHA Convention in Washington, DC (November 2021)

Speech Language Pathologists’ Approximations of Speech Intelligibility in Dysarthria

Austin Thompson and Micah Hirsch (doctoral students) will present this poster at the upcoming 2021 ASHA Convention in Washington, DC (November 2021)

Listener Comfort and Its Impact on Successful Communication

A Qualitative Analysis

Micah Hirsch (doctoral student) will present this poster at the upcoming 2021 ASHA Convention in Washington, DC (November 2021)

A perceptual learning approach for dysarthria remediation: An updated review

Dr. Stephanie Borrie and Dr. Kaitlin Lansford reviewed the current literature on perceptual learning of dysarthric speech in this manuscript published in 2021 in the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research

Generalized learning of dysarthric speech between male and female talkers

Micah Hirsch's master's thesis was recently published in 2021 in the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research

When additional training isn’t enough: Further evidence that unpredictable speech inhibits adaptation

Dr. Kaitlin Lansford and Cassidy Flechaus, a recent FSU undergrad and Honor's in the Major student, completed this project alongside other co-authors to determine if listeners would benefit from additional training to learn hyperkinetic speech. The short answer is no. Read to learn more! Published in the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research