Peer reviewed journal articles  

Amick, L., Chang, S-E., Wade, J., McAuley, J.D. (2017). Negative perceptions of adults who stutter based on listening to read speech samples. Frontiers in Psychology, section Language Sciences. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01148

Chow, H., Chang, S-E. (2017). White matter developmental trajectories associated with persistence and recovery of childhood stuttering. Human Brain Mapping. 38(7): 3345-3359. doi:10.1002/hbm.23590.

Chang, S-E., Angstadt, M., Chow, H., Etchell, A.C., Garnett, E. O., Choo, A., Kessler, D., Welsh, R., Sripada, C. (2017). Anomalous network architecture of the resting brain in children who stutter.  Journal of Fluency Disorders (Special Issue on Neuroimaging and Stuttering).

Daliri, Wieland, Cai, Guenther, Chang (2017). Auditory-motor adaptation is reduced in adults who stutter but not in children who stutter. Developmental Science. doi: 10.1111/desc.12521. PMID:28256029

Chang, Chow, Wieland, McAuley (2016). Relation between functional connectivity and rhythm discrimination in children who do and do not stutter. NeuroImage: Clinical. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nicl.2016.08.021

Choo, Burnham, Hicks, Chang (2016). Dissociations among linguistic, cognitive, and auditory-motor neuroanatomical domains in children who stutter. Journal of Communication Disorders. 15; 61:29-47. PMID: 27010940

Chang, S-E., Zhu, D.C., Choo, A., Angstadt, M. (2015). White matter neuroanatomical differences in children who stutter. Brain. 2015 Mar;138(Pt 3):694-711. PubMed PMID: 25619509Selected as Editor’s Choice article for March 2015 issue.

Wieland, E., McAuley, J.D., Dilley, L., Chang, S-E. (2015). Evidence for a rhythm perception deficit in children who stutter. Brain and Language. 2015 May;144:26-34. PubMed PMID: 25880903

Lampen, J., Jones, K., McAuley, J.D., Chang, S-E., Wade, J. (2014). Arrhythmic song increases ZENK in auditory cortical areas and nucleus taeniae of the adult zebra finch. PlosOne, 9(9), e108841.  PMCID: PMC4178233

 Chang S-E. (2014). Research updates in neuroimaging studies of children who stutter. Semin Speech Lang.  May;35(2):67-79. PubMed PMID: 24875668

Chang, S.-E., & Zhu, D. C. (2013). Neural network connectivity differences in children who stutter. Brain, 136 (12), 3709-3726. PMCID: PMC3859219

Choo, A.L., Chang, S.-E., Zengin, H., Ambrose, N.G., & Loucks,T. (2012). Corpus callosum morphology in children who stutter. Journal of Communication Disorders. 45(4), 279-289.

Kim, S., Yoon, J., Chang, S.-E., Kim, H. (2012). The role of subcortical regions in speech production. Journal of the Korean Neurological Association, 30(1), 1-9.

Choo, A.L., Kraft, S.J., Olivero, W., Ambrose, N.G., Sharma, H., Chang, S. & Loucks,T. (2011). Corpus Callosum differences associated with persistent stuttering in adults. Journal of Communication Disorders. 44(4), 470-477.

Chang, S-E., Horwitz, B., Ostuni, J., Reynolds, R.,& Ludlow, C. (2011). Evidence of left ventral premotor-motor structural and functional connectivity deficits in adults who stutter. Cerebral Cortex. 21(11), 2507-18. doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhr028.

** Reviewed by Faculty of 1000: http://f1000.com/prime/10344956

Chang, S-E.,  Synnestvedt, A., Ostuni, J., & Ludlow, C. (2010). Similarities in speech and white matter characteristics in idiopathic developmental stuttering and adult-onset stuttering. Journal of Neurolinguistics. 23(5), 455-469.  doi:10.1016/j.jneuroling.2008.11.004

Chang, S-E. , Kenney, MK., Loucks, T., Poletto, C., & Ludlow, C. (2009). Common neural substrates support speech and non-speech vocal tract gestures. NeuroImage, 47(1), 314-325.  

Chang, S-E. , Kenney, MK., Loucks, T., & Ludlow, C. (2009). Brain activationabnormalities during speech and non-speech in stuttering speakers. NeuroImage, 46(1), 201-212.  

Chang, S-E., Erickson, K., Ambrose, N., &amp; Hasegawa-Johnson, M., &amp; Ludlow, C. (2008). Brain anatomy differences in childhood stuttering. <em>NeuroImage</em>, 39(3), 1333-1344.

Chang, S-E., Ohde, R.N., & Conture, E.G. (2002). Coarticulation and formant transition rate in young children who stutter. Journal of Speech-Language-Hearing Research, 45(4), 676-88.

 Invited articles

Chang, S-E. (2014). Research updates in stuttering: key concepts for the speech-language pathologist: Updates from neuroimaging research of children who stutter. Seminars in Speech and Language

Chang, S-E. (2011, July/August). Using Brain imaging to unravel the mysteries of stuttering. Cerebrum. 

Chang, S-E. (2011, December). Sex differences in brain development underlying recovery versus persistence in developmental stuttering. Stuttering Foundation of America, 2011 Winter newsletter. 

Book chapters

Chang, S-E., & Ludlow, C. (2010). Brain Imaging in Children. In Speech motor control: New developments in basic and applied research(Eds. Ben Maassen, Pascalvan Lieshout). Oxford, England.

Media coverage

PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS AND CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Chow, H., Chang, S-E. (2017). Joint analysis of gray & white matter development trajectories associated with childhood stuttering. OHBM. Vancouver, Canada. To Appear.

Etchell, A.E., Wieland, E., Chow, H., McAuley, D., Chang, S-E. (2017). Increased left cerebellar functional connectivity with rhythm networks in adults who stutter. OHBM. Vancouver, Canada. To Appear.

Chow, H., Chang, S-E. (2017). White matter developmental trajectories in children who stutter. 7th International Conference on Speech Motor Control, July 5 to 8, 2017, Groningen, The Netherlands. To Appear.

Garnett, E., H., Choo, A., Chow, Chang, S-E. (2017). Modulating neural activity with non-invasive brain stimulation in adults who stutter. 7th International Conference on Speech Motor Control, July 5 to 8, 2017, Groningen, The Netherlands. To Appear.

Chow, H., Choo, A., Garnett, E., Chang, S-E. (2016). Differences in neuroanatomical development trajectories in children who do and do not stutter. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Philadelphia, PA. 

Ayres, K., Dilley, L., Wieland, E., Morrill, T., Arjmandi, M., Chang, S-E. (2016). Rhythm perception and temporal expectation in people who do and do not stutter. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Philadelphia, PA.

Wieland, E., McAuley, D., Chow, H., Zhu, D., Chang, S-E. (2016). Rhythm perception and functional connectivity differences in adults who stutter. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Philadelphia, PA. 

Daliri, A., Wieland, E., Cai, S., Guenther, F., Chang, S-E. (2016). Auditory-motor adaptation is reduced in adults who stutter but not in children who stutter. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Philadelphia, PA. 

Choo, A., Johnson, C., Jones, K., Macker, N., Chang, S-E. (2016). Very mild stuttering versus disfluent non-stuttering children: Diagnostic utility of the weighted stuttering-like disfluencies measure. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Philadelphia, PA. 

Garnett, E., Chow, H., Chang, S-E. (2016). Brain morphology differences distinguish children with persistent stuttering from those who recovered. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Philadelphia, PA. 

Johnson, C., Chow, H., Chang, S-E. (2016). Can linguistic development trajectories differentiate between children who do and do not recover from stuttering? American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Philadelphia, PA.

Choo, A., Garnett, E., Chow, H., Chang, S-E. (2016). Modulating neural activity with non-invasive brain stimulation in adults who stutter. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Philadelphia, PA. 

McAuley, J.D., Wieland, L., Chow, H., Wade, J., Chang, S-E. (2016). Behavioral and neuroimaging evidence for a core deficit in rhythm processing in developmental stuttering. International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC). San Francisco, CA.

Wieland, L., McAuley, J.D., Chow, H., Zhu, D.C., Chang, S-E. (2016). An fMRI study comparing rhythm perception in adults who do and do not stutter. International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC). San Francisco, CA.

Amick, L., Jones, K., Wade, J., Chang, S-E., McAuley, J.D. (2016). Modality and Tempo of Metronome-timed speech influence the extent of induced fluency effect in stuttering speakers. International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC). San Francisco, CA.

Spray, G.J., Berardi, M., Chang, S-E., Hunter, E. (2016). Voice differences in children who stutter. Michigan Speech Language Hearing Association Convention.

Spray, G.J., Chang, S-E., Hunter, E., Nitzkin, J.M., Berardi, M. (2016). F2 transitions in stuttering persistence and recovery. Michigan Speech Language Hearing Association Convention.

Chang, S-E. (2015). Subtle differences in brain network connectivity in children who stutter. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences. 

Chang, S-E., Choo, A., Angstadt, M., Zhu, D.C. (2014). White matter differences in young children who stutter. Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. 2014 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner.  *Accepted into Neuroscience 2014’s media materials “Hot Topics” book.

Wieland, E.A., McAuley, J.D., Zhu, D., Dilley, L.C., Chang, S.E. (2014). Brain activity differences during rhythm discrimination in adults who stutter. Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. 2014 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. 

Wieland, E.A., Dilley, L.C., Burnham, E.B., Redford, M.A., Chang, S.E. (2014). Prosodic characteristics of fluent speech by children who do and do not stutter. Annual American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) meeting. Orlando, FL.

Wieland, E.A., McAuley, J.D., Zhu, D., Dilley, L.C., Chang, S.E. (2014). Rhythm perception deficits in adults who stutter. The Neurosciences and Music-V, Cognitive Stimulation and Rehabilitation. Dijon, France.

Chang, S.-E., Clark, A. (2013). Dissociations among linguistic, cognitive, and brain structural measures in children who stutter. Annual American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) meeting. Chicago, IL.

Wieland, E.A., McAuley, J.D., Dilley, L.C., Chang, S.E. (2013). A comparison of rhythm discrimination ability in stuttering and non-stuttering children. Society for Music Perception and Cognition (SMPC). Toronto, Canada.

Wieland, E.A., Cai, S., Ayres, K., & Chang, S.E. (2013). Speech motor adaptation to auditory perturbation in children who do and do not stutter. Michigan Speech-Language-Hearing Association annual conference. Dearborn, MI.

Chang, S-E., Zhu, D. (2012). Neural bases of childhood developmental stuttering.

ASHA Leader. 2 hour-seminar presented at the Annual American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) meeting. Atlanta, GA.

Kagerer, F.A., Chang, S.-E. (2012). Sensorimotor integration and adaptation in developmental stuttering. Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans. 2012 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. New Orleans, LA: Society for Neuroscience, 2012.  *Accepted into Neuroscience 2012’s media materials “Hot Topics” book.

Chang, S.E., Zhu, D. (2012). Neural bases of childhood developmental stuttering: Insights from DTI tractography and resting state fMRI. Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans. 2012 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner.  New Orleans, LA: Society for Neuroscience, 2012.  *Accepted into Neuroscience 2012’s media materials “Hot Topics” book.

Choo, A.L., Chang, S.-E., Zengin, H., Ambrose, N.G., Sharma, H., & Loucks,T. (2011). Corpus callosum morphology in children who stutter. ASHA Leader.

Chang, S-E., (2011). Acquired stuttering: theoretical and clinical implications. ASHA Leader

Chang, S-E., Horwitz, B., & Ludlow, C. (2010). Sex differences in brain connectivity underlying chronic stuttering. Society for Neuroscience, San Diego. 2010 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner.  San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience, 2010.  *Accepted into Neuroscience 2010’s media materials “Hot Topics” book.

**Selected as a paper to be presented at the press conference “Speak Your Mind: Language and the Brain” at Neuroscience 2010 in San Diego

Chang, S-E., Horwitz, B., & Ludlow, C. (2009). Inter- and Intra-hemispheric functional connectivity differs during speech and non-speech production in stuttering speakers.

Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, IL. 2009 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner.

Chicago, IL: Society for Neuroscience, 2009.  *Accepted into Neuroscience 2009’s media materials “Hot Topics” book.

*This work was selected by the faculty of 1000 Medicine as a particularly important development in the field. See: http://f1000medicine.com/article/id/1567964/evaluation/sections

Chang, S-E., Horwitz, B., & Ludlow, C. (2009). Motor area activity is modulated to a greater degree by sensory regions during non-speech than during speech production: 

An fMRI psychophysiological interaction (PPI) study. NeuroImage, 47(S1), S63.

Chang, S-E., Loucks, T., Kenney, MK., & Ludlow, C. (2008). Functional neuroanatomy differences for speech and non-speech processing in stuttering. ASHA Leader, 13 (10), Program No. 1571.

Chang, S-E., Loucks, T., Kenney, MK., Poletto, C., & Ludlow, C. (2007). Auditory and motor region responses during speech and non-speech perception and production. NeuroImage, 36(S1), S63.

Loucks, T., Kenney, MK., Chang, S-E., Poletto, C., & Ludlow, C. (2007). Planning to production: The functional organization of speech and non-speech utterances. NeuroImage, 36 (S1), S74.

Chang, S-E., Kenney, MK., Loucks, T., Poletto, C., & Ludlow, C. (2007). Cortical reductions in sensorimotor co-activation are specific to speech in stuttering. Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA. Program No.  2007 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience, 2007. Online.

Ambrose, N.G., Chang, S-E., Chon, H. C., King, A., & Steger, S. J. (2007). Right ear advantage and laterality in stuttering children and adults. ASHA Leader

Chang, S-E., Erickson, K., Ambrose, N., & Hasegawa-Johnson, M., & Ludlow, C. (2006). Deficient white matter development in left hemisphere speech-language regions in children who stutter. Program No. 488.14. 2006 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Atlanta, GA: Society for Neuroscience, 2006. Online.

*Accepted into Neuroscience 2006’s media materials “Hot Topics” book.

*This study was featured in the December, 2006 issue of Clinical Neurology News

Chang, S-E., Erickson, K., & Ambrose, N.  (2005). An MRI Study on Childhood Stuttering Persistence and Recovery. ASHA  Leader, 10 (11), Program No. 0940.

Chang, S-E., Erickson, K., Ambrose, N. (2005). Regional white and gray matter volumetric growth differences in children with persistent versus recovered stuttering: An MRI (VBM) Study. Program No. 565.5. 2005 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2005. Online.

Chang, S-E., Hasegawa-Johnson, M., & Ambrose, N. (2004). Structural evidence for sensorimotor deficits in children who stutter: an MRI study. ASHA Leader, Program No. 0504.