Sarah S. Buckingham, PhD


Vice-Chairman and Professor

Speech-Language Pathology Section Coordinator

E-mail: Sarah S. Buckingham

(405) 271-4214 Ext. 46060 

Ph.D., Speech-Language Pathology/Neurolinguistics, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1990

M.A., Speech-Language Pathology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1982

B.S.Ed., Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois, 1976

Professional Program:
CSD 5313 Phonological Disorders
CSD 5453 Adult Neurolinguistics
CSD 5553 RHI/TBI Disorders

Doctoral (Ph.D.) Program:
CSD 6553 Advanced Language Science
CSD 5960 Directed Readings in CSD
CSD 6980 Research for Doctor’s Dissertation

 

Buckingham, S. S. (in press). Jargon. To appear in J. S. Kreutzer, J. DeLuca, and B. Caplan (Eds.), Encyclopedia of clinical neuropsychology, 2nd ed., New York: Springer.

Buckingham, S. S. (in press). Logorrhea. To appear in J. S. Kreutzer, J. DeLuca, and B. Caplan (Eds.), Encyclopedia of clinical neuropsychology, 2nd ed., New York: Springer.

Buckingham, S. S. and Sneed, K. E. (in press). Circumlocution. To appear in J. S. Kreutzer, J. DeLuca, and B. Caplan (Eds.), Encyclopedia of clinical neuropsychology, 2nd ed., New York: Springer.

Buckingham, S. S. and Sneed, K. E. (in press). Cognitive-Communication Disorders. To appear in J. S. Kreutzer, J. DeLuca, and B. Caplan (Eds.), Encyclopedia of clinical neuropsychology, 2nd ed., New York: Springer.

Buckingham, S. S. & Sneed, K. E. (in press). Perseverative speech. To appear in J. S. Kreutzer, J. DeLuca, and B. Caplan (Eds.), Encyclopedia of clinical neuropsychology, 2nd ed. New York: Springer.

Buckingham, S.S. and Buckingham, H.W. (2015a, March). Language. In A. Toga (Ed.).
Brain mapping: An encyclopedic reference. Vol. 3, pp. 839-843. Elsevier/Academic Press: London.

Buckingham, H. W. and Buckingham, S. S. (2015b, April). Phonological disorders. In Wright, J.D.  (Ed.).  International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences, 2nd ed., Vol. 18, pp. 45-64. New York: Elsevier.

Buckingham, H.W. and Christman, S. S. (2012, October). The extent to which human language may have a materialist substrate: Language as a natural object. Physics of Life Reviews, 9(3) 553-555.

Buckingham, S. S. (2011a). Cognitive-Communication Disorders. In J. S. Kreutzer, J. DeLuca, and B. Caplan (Eds.), Encyclopedia of clinical neuropsychology, Part 3, pp. 634-638. New York: Springer.

Buckingham, S. S. (2011b). Jargon. In J. S. Kreutzer, J. DeLuca, and B. Caplan (Eds.), Encyclopedia of clinical neuropsychology, Part 10, p. 1364. New York: Springer. (short)

Buckingham, S. S. (2011c). Logorrhea. In J. S. Kreutzer, J. DeLuca, and B. Caplan (Eds.), Encyclopedia of clinical neuropsychology, Part 12, pp. 1484-1485, New York: Springer.

Buckingham, S. S. & Benson, S. E. (2011). The handbook of language and speech disorders. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 25 (5), 219-225. 

Buckingham, H.W. and Buckingham, S. S. (2011). Is recurrent perseveration a product of deafferented functional systems with otherwise normal post-activation decay rates? Festshrift in Honor of Martin J. Ball, Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 25 (11-12), 1066-1073.

Boutsen, F. R., Duffy, J. R., Damassi, H., & Christman, S. S. (2011). Long-term phonatory instability in ataxic dysarthria. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 63, 216-220. 

Buckingham, H. W. and Christman, S. S. (2010). Charles Darwin and the evolution of human grammatical systems. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, 19, 121-139. 

Buckingham, H. W. & Christman, S. S. (2008). Sublexical phonological processing and paraphasia: Recent topics in the neurolinguistics of production in aphasia. In M. Pachalska and M. Weber (Eds.), Neuropsychology and philosophy of mind in process: Essays in honor of Jason W. Brown. (pp. 114-133). Frankfurt, Germany: Ontos-Verlag.

Buckingham, H. W. & Christman, S. S. (2008). Disorders of phonetics and phonology. In B. Stemmer and H. A. Whitaker (Eds.), Handbook of the neuroscience of language (2nd ed., pp. 127-136). New York: Elsevier

Buckingham, H. W. & Christman, S.S. (2007). Independent evidence for the unification of explanatory paradigms in the neurosciences. In M. Ball and J. Damico (Eds.), Festschrift for Chris Code (pp. 28-41). London: Psychology Press

Christman, S. S. & Boutsen, F. R. (2006). Recovery of language after stroke or trauma in adults.  In K. Brown (Ed.), The encyclopedia of language and linguistics (2nd ed., pp. 509-518). London: Elsevier, Ltd.

Buckingham, H. W. & Christman, S. S. (2006). Phonological impairments: Sublexical. In K. Brown (Ed.), The encyclopedia of language and linguistics (2nd ed., pp. 509-518). London: Elsevier, Ltd.

Christman, S. S., Boutsen, F. R., & Buckingham, H. W. (2004). Perseveration and other repetitive verbal behaviors: Functional dissociations. Seminars in Speech and Language, 25, 4, 295-307.

Buckingham, H. W. & Christman, S. S. (2004). Phonemic carryover perseveration: Word blends. Seminars in Speech and Language, 25, 4, 363-374.

Christman, S. S. (2002). Dynamic systems theory: Application to language development and acquired aphasia. In R. Daniloff (Ed.), Clinical and developmental language behavior from a connectionistic perspective (pp. 111-146). Mahwah, N.J.: Erlbaum.

Boutsen, F. R. & Christman, S. S. (2002). Prosody in apraxia of speech. Seminars in Speech and Language, 23, 4, 245-256.

Boutsen, F. R. & Christman, S. S. (2001). Aprosodia: Whether, where, and why. In B. Maassen, W. Hulstijn, R. Kent, H.F.M. Peters, and P.H.M.M van Lieshout (Eds.), Speech motor control in normal and disordered speech (pp. 232-236). Vantilt: Nijmegen

Areas of expertise include clinical aphasiology and developmental phonology.

 

Areas of expertise include clinical aphasiology and developmental phonology.