SNL presented more than 10 presentations at this year's ASHA (American Speech Language Hearing Association) Convention held in Philadelphia, PA. Some abstract titles below!
Chang, S-E (Invited Seminar). The role of genetics and neurobiology in the development of stuttering.
Garnett, E.O., Chow, H., & Chang, S-E. Differences in neuroanatomical development trajectories in children who do and do not stutter.
Ayres, K., Dilley, L., Wieland, E., Morrill, T., Arjmandi, M., Chang, S-E. Rhythm perception and temporal expectation in people who do and do not stutter.
Wieland, E., McAuley, D., Chow, H., Zhu, D., Chang, S-E. Rhythm perception and functional connectivity differences in adults who stutter. *ASHA Student Research Award
Daliri, A., Wieland, E., Cai, S., Guenther, F., Chang, S-E. Auditory-motor adaptation is reduced in adults who stutter but not in children who stutter.
Choo, A., Johnson, C., Jones, K., Macker, N., Chang, S-E. Very mild stuttering versus disfluent non-stuttering children: Diagnostic utility of the weighted stuttering-like disfluencies measure.
Chow, H., Choo, A., Garnett, E.O., & Chang, S-E. Brain morphology differences distinguish children with persistent stuttering from those who recovered.
Johnson, C., Chow, H., Garnett, E.O., & Chang, S-E. Can linguistic development trajectories differentiate between children who do and do not recover from stuttering?
Choo, A., Garnett, E. O., Chow, H., Chang, S-E. (2016). Modulating neural activity with non-invasive brain stimulation in adults who stutter.