Congratulations to some of our Communicative Disorders and Sciences faculty on their recent publications! View more CD&S faculty highlights on the new sjsu.edu/cds website.
Dr. Peitzu Tsai co-published “Voice-related Experiences of Nonbinary Individuals” in the Journal of Voice with recent alumni Grace Shefcik, who also received the SJSU Outstanding Thesis Award for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Dr. Megan Cuellar co-published “Objective measures of lingual and jaw function in healthy adults and persons with Parkinson’s disease: Implications for swallowing” in Physiology and Behavior and co-published “Objective physiological measures of lingual and jaw function in healthy individuals and individuals with dysphagia due to neurodegenerative diseases” in MethodsX.
Dr. Lyle Lustigman published “Early collaborations: Adult-Child and child-adult co-construction of ‘but’-clauses” in Interactional Linguistics and copublished “Levels of Integration in Children’s Early Clause Combining in Hebrew” in Language Learning and Development.