SNL presents over 10 presentations at ASHA convention

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.