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Communication Sciences and Disorders Research, Centers, and Labs

Stuttering Lab


Child & Family Stuttering Lab

The primary mission of the Child & Family Stuttering Lab, directed by Dr. Kat Ntourou,  is to better understand the role of temperament in the onset and maintenance of childhood stuttering. 

 

Finneran lab


Child Language Learning Lab (ChiLL)

The ChiLL lab looks at child language development and disorders in early childhood. We are particularly interested in the structure of language and language variation, with a focus on dialects of English. 

 

CAR Lab


Communication and Aphasia Research (CAR) Lab

The impact of aphasia and conversation strategies in dyads and groups.

 

CARLL


Communication and Aural Rehabilitation Research Laboratory (CARRL)

The OUHSC Communication and Aural Rehabilitation Research Laboratory, or CARRL, facilitates student- and faculty-driven research in speech perception, amplification, and classroom acoustics led by Dr. John.

 

HERO Lab


Hearing Evaluation, Rehabilitation, and Outcomes (HERO) Laboratory

The Hearing Evaluation, Rehabilitation, and Outcomes (HERO) Laboratory focuses on auditory (re)habilitation, specifically on the impact of audiologic interventions for sensorineural hearing loss on patient outcomes and health-related quality of life. 

 

Plaza view


Laboratory of Auditory Cognition and Hearing Science

Auditory cognition and hearing aid outcome measures.

 

SPEAK OUT


SPEAK OUT! © 

SPEAK OUT! © is a program of voice and cognitive exercises that emphasize speaking with intent,  converting speech from an automatic function to an intentional act. 

 

Kimball lab


The Tinnitus and Sound Sensitivity Laboratory (TASSL)

The goal of the Tinnitus and Sound Sensitivity Laboratory is to investigate the diagnosis and management of tinnitus and sound sensitivities; in particular, the effects of tinnitus, hyperacusis and misophonia on personality and behavior.

 

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