RESUME

 

Eugene B. Cooper, Ed.D.

Professor and Chair Emeritus, Department of Communicative Disorders

The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa

Distinguished Professor Emeritus

Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

 

Family

 

Wife                 Crystal S. Cooper (M.S., Speech Pathology, The Pennsylvania State University,

                         1966), Speech‑Language Pathologist, Tuscaloosa City Schools, 1971‑1979,

                         Curriculum Associate, 1980‑1996 and Coordinator, Speech, Language, and Related

                         Services, 1988‑1996; Coordinator, Public School Internship Program, The University

                         of Alabama, 1971‑1997. Adjunct Instructor, Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

 

Children           Philip Adam (Birth: 12‑6‑67)

                         Ivan Bruce (Birth: 5‑5‑69)

Education

 

B. S.                 State University of New York at Geneseo, 1955, Speech Education

M.Ed.               The Pennsylvania State University, 1957, Clinical Speech

Ed.D.                The Pennsylvania State University, 1962, Clinical Speech

 

Experience

 

Speech‑Language Pathologist, Franklin County Public Schools, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, 1957-

59.

Clinical Supervisor, Adult Therapy Program, Speech and Hearing Clinic, The Pennsylvania State

University, 1959‑62.

Assistant Professor of Speech, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio; Director of Public School Student

Teaching in Speech and Hearing, 1962‑64.

Assistant Professor of Speech Pathology and Director, The Speech and Hearing Clinic Adult

Therapy Program, The Pennsylvania State University, 1964‑66.

Program Specialist, Unit on Speech and Hearing, United States Office of Education, Washington,

 D. C., 1966.

Executive Secretary, Sensory Study Section, Research and Demonstrations Division, Rehabilitation

Services Administration, Washington, D.C., 1966‑67.

Director, Speech and Hearing Center, University of Alabama, 1967‑96; Chairman, Communicative

Disorders, Department of Speech; 1967 to 1976; Chair, Department of Communicative

Disorders, 1976‑96; Associate Professor, 1967‑1969, Professor, 1969‑1996; Professor and Chair Emeritus, 1996‑present.

Distinguished Professor, Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Nova Southeastern

University, 1997‑2009.


                                                                                                                                                                     

 

Publications

 

"A Brain Stem Contusion and Fluency: Vicki's Story," Journal of Fluency Disorders, 8, 269‑274,

1983.

 

"A Disfluency Descriptor Digest For Clinical Use," Journal of Fluency Disorders, 7, 355‑358,

1982.

 

"A Fluency Disorders Prevention and Treatment Program for Preschoolers and the Primary

Grades," American Journal of Speech‑Language Pathology, 1, 1, 28‑31, 1991 (with C . S . Cooper).

 

"A Pragmatic Visionary Looks Back ‑ and Forward. In Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual

Conference on Graduate Education. Minneapolis, MN: Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 167‑176, 1994.

 

"A Review of Speakit: An Activity Kit for the Treatment of Stuttering," Asha, 25, 4, 75, 1983

(with C.S. Cooper).

 

"A Therapy Process for Adult Stutterers," Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 33, 246‑260,

1968.

 

"A Review of Joseph G. Sheehan's Message to a Stutterer." Asha, 30, 68, 1988.

 

"A Review of No Words To Say." Asha, 30, 68‑69, 1988.

 

"Accuracy of Stutterer Perceptions Following Self‑Observation Through Video Recordings," Journal

of Communication Disorders, 4, 2, 119‑125, 1971 (with M. Thompson Wells).

 

"Accuracy of Teacher Referrals of Speech Handicapped School Children," Exceptional Children,

33, 29‑34, 1966 (with H. James).

 

"Accuracy of Teacher Referrals of Speech Handicapped School Children," Asha, 6, 392, 1964 (with

H. Prahl).

 

"Advice to Parents of Young Disfluent Children" in Advice to Parents By Seven Exerts on

Stuttering, (An Audio Tape), San Francisco: The National Stuttering Project, 1983.

 

"An Evaluation of Inter‑Personal Communications Therapy for Stutterers," Asha, 7, 401, 1965.

 

"An Inquiry Into the Use of Inter‑Personal Communications as a Source for Therapy with

Stutterers," Chapter 5 in Barbara, D. (Ed.), New Directions in Stuttering, Springfield:

Thomas, 1965.

 

"An Integration of Behavior Therapy and Traditional Therapy Procedures for Stutterers, " Illinois

Speech and Hearing Journal, 2, 3, 5‑8, 1969.

 

"An Integration of Behavior Therapy with Traditional Therapy Procedures for Stutterers, " Speech

 and Hearing Association of Alabama Letter, 6, 4‑7, 1969.

 

"An Integration of Behavior Therapy with Traditional Therapy Procedures for Stutterers,

 " Association of Advancement of Behavior Therapy Newsletter, 4, 2, 10‑11, 1969.

 

"An Intensive Residential Therapy Program for Adults with Communicative Disorders," Journal of

Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama, 2, 1, 38‑43, 1972 (with D. Martin).


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"Analysis of the Language of Learning," Moline, IL: LinguiSystems, 1987 (with E.B. Blodgett).

 

"Attitudes of Elementary Teachers Toward Black Dialect," Journal of Communication Disorders, 6,

 2, 121‑133, 1973 (with B. Blodgett).

 

"Apraxic Speech Characteristics in Stuttering, Developmental Apraxic, and Normally Speaking

Children," Journal of Fluency Disorders, 14, 215‑229, 1989.

 

"Case‑Selection Procedures for School‑Aged Disfluent Children," Journal of the Speech and

Hearing Association of Alabama, 6, 2, 18‑25, 1977.

 

"Case‑Selection Procedures for School‑Aged Disfluent Children," Language, Speech and Hearing

Services in Schools, 8, 4, 264‑269, 1977.

 

"Choosing a Clinician," in How to Get the Most out of Stutterin Therapy, San Francisco,

CA: National Stuttering Project, 1993.

 

"Chronic Perseverative Stuttering Syndrome: A Harmful or Helpful Construct?, American Journal

of Speech Language Pathology, 3, 11‑22, 1993.

 

"Chronic Stuttering: Todd's Story," San Francisco, CA: National Stuttering Project, 1990.

 

"Client‑Clinician Relationships and Concomitant Factors in Stuttering Therapy," Asha, 5, 782,

1963.

 

"Client‑Clinician Relationships and Concomitant Factors in Stuttering Therapy," Journal of Speech

and Hearing Research, 9, 194‑207, 1966.

 

"Client‑Clinician Relationships and Concomitant Factors in Stuttering Therapy," Chapter in L.

Emerick, (Ed.), An Analysis of Stuttering: Selected Readings, Danville, IL : Interstate

Printers, 1972.

 

"Clinician Education‑Private Practice," in Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Conference on

Graduate Education, S.J. Steiner, S. B. Hood, and R.L. Erickson (Eds.), St. Louis: Council

of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 53‑60, 1986.

 

"Clinician Attitudes Toward Stuttering: A Decade of Change," Journal of Fluency Disorders, 10,

1-17, 1985.

 

"Clinician Attitudes Toward Stuttering: Two Decades of Change. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 21,

2, 119‑136, 1996.

 

"Clinician Attitudes Toward Stuttering: A Study of Bigotry?" Speech and Hearing Association of

Alabama (SHAA) Journal, Spring, 1976.

 

"Clinician Attitudes Towards Stuttering: An International Survey," XIX Congress of the

International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics: Edinburgh, Scotland, 11, 603-607, 1983 (with A. Kuhr and L. Rustin).

 

"Clinician Attitudes Toward Stuttering in the United States and Europe," Speech and Hearing

Association of Alabama (SHAA) Journal, 11, 2, 11‑19, Spring, 1982 (with C.S. Cooper).

 

"Clinician Attitudes Toward Stuttering in the United States and Great Britain: A Cross Cultural

Study," Journal of Fluency Disorders, 10, 19‑33, 1985.


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"Clinician Personality Factors and Judged Effectiveness in Varying Therapeutic Relationships,"

Asha, 7, 408, 1965.

 

"Clinician Personality Factors and Effectiveness: A Three Study Report," Journal of

Communication Disorders, 5, 270‑274, 1972 (with S.A. Eggerston and S.A. Galbraith).

 

"Communicative Stress and Stuttering Frequency During Normal, Whispered, and Articulation

Without‑Phonation Speech Modes," Journal of Fluency Disorders, 3, 1‑2, 1978 (with W.

Commodore).

 

"Controversies in Stuttering Therapy," Journal of Fluency Disorders, 2, 75‑86, 1977.

 

"Cooper Assessment for Stuttering Syndromes: Adolescent and Adult Version (CASS‑A), " San Antonio,

TX: Psychological Corporation, 1995.

 

"Cooper Assessment for Stuttering Syndromes: Children's Version (CASS‑C), " San Antonio, TX:

Psychological Corporation, 1995.

 

"Cooper Personalized Fluency Control Therapy‑Revised," Allen, TX: DLM Teaching Resources,

1985 (with C.S. Cooper).

 

"Cooper Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Program," chapter in Progress in the Treatment of

Fluency Disorders, L. Rustin, H. Purser, and D. Rowley (Eds.), London, England: Taylor

and Francis Ltd., 1987.

 

"Council of Academic Programs Documents Continuing Decline in Student Enrollment," Asha, 30,

            4, 55‑58, 1988 (With M.B. Mann, J.W. Helmick, G.W. Newberry and D.N. Ripich).

 

"Council of Academic Programs 1988‑89 National Survey: First Increase in Undergraduate

Enrollments in 15 Years Documented," NSSLHA Journal, 18, 126‑131, 1990‑1991.

 

"Counseling in Speech and Hearing Practice." (By R. L. Schum, Edited by E. B. Cooper) Rockville,

MD:National Student Speech Language Hearing Association, May 1986.

 

"Counseling the Parent of the Stuttering Child," DCCD Bulletin, 10, 2, 18‑21, 1973.

 

"Critical Parameters of Clinician Skills and Training for Clinicians who Treat Stuttering Clients,"

 Journal of Childhood Communication Disorders, 8, 1, 36‑44, 1976 (with R. Webster).

 

"Discrete Stuttering Behavior and Disfluency Contingent Stimuli," DCCD Bulletin, 9, 2, 21‑321,

1974 (with P. Godbold).

 

"Electromyographic Indications of Laryngeal‑Area Activity During Stuttering Expectancy," Journal

of Fluency Disorders, 3, 3, 205‑220, 1978 (with A.E. McLean).

 

"Employer Attitudes Toward Stuttering," Journal of Fluency Disorders, 8, 1, 1‑12, 1983 (with M. I.

Hurst).

 

"Expressive and Receptive Language Skills in Stuttering Children," Journal of Fluency Disorders,

14, 121‑126, 1989.

 

"Facilitating Parental Participation in Preparing the Therapy Component of the Stutterer's Individual

Education Program," Journal of Fluency Disorders, 3, 3, 221‑228, 1978.


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"Fluency and Stuttering," Chapter 5 in J. E. Bernthal, J. W. Hall, & J. B. Tomblin (Eds.), 1990: The

Year Book of Speech, Language, and Hearing. St. Louis, MO: Mosby Year Book, 1990.

 

"Fluency and Stuttering," Chapter 4 in J. E. Bernthal, J. W. Hall, & J. B. Tomblin (Eds.), 1991: The

Year Book of Speech, Language, and Hearing. St. Louis, MO: Mosby Year Book, 1991.

 

"Fluency Disorders," Chapter 6, in D. Battle (Ed.), Communication Disorders in Multicultural

Populations, Boston, MA: Andover Medical Publishers, 1993.

 

"Fluency Disorders," Chapter 6, in T. A. Crowe (Ed.), Applications of Counseling in Speech-

Language Pathology and Audiology, Baltimore, MD: Williams and Wilkens, 1997.

 

"Fluency‑Related Behaviors and Attitudes of 178 Young Stutterers," Journal of Fluency Disorders,

3, 253‑263, 1978 (with J.K. McLelland).

 

"Fundamental Frequencies in the Vocalizations of Stuttering and Nonstuttering Children," Journal

of Communicative Disorders, 11, 17‑23, 1978 (with L. Smith).

 

"Identifying, Assessing, and Treating Stuttering,: in C.W. Starkweather and H.F.M. Peters (Eds),

Stuttering: Proceedings of the First World Congress on Fluency Disorders. International

Fluency Association: University Press Nijmegen, The Netherlands, Volume 1, 313‑316, 1995 (with C.S. Cooper).

 

"Individualized Education Programs for Personalized Fluency Control Therapy, 11 Hingham,

MA: Teaching Resources, 1980 (with Crystal S. Cooper).

 

"Integrating Behavior Therapy and Traditional Insight Treatment Procedures with Stutterers, "

Journal of Communication Disorders, 4, 1, 40‑43, 1971.

 

"Integrating Relationship and Behavior Therapy Procedures for Adult Stutterers, " Chapter 4 in L.

Emerick and S. Hood (Eds.) The Client‑Clinician Relationship, Springfield, MA:Thomas, 1973.

 

"Inter‑Personal Communications Therapy" in Behavioral Sciences Tape Library, Leonia, NJ: Sigma

Information, Inc., 1975.

 

"Inter‑Personal Communications Therapy: A Behavior Therapy for Adult Stutterers, 11 (Clinician

Manual), Tuscaloosa, The University of Alabama Speech and Hearing Center, 1974.

 

"Intervention Procedures for the Young Stutterer," Chapter 2 in H. Gregory (Ed.) Controversies

About Stuttering Therapy, Baltimore, MD:University Park Press, 1979.

 

"Job Satisfaction and the Alabama Public School Speech‑Language Pathologist. " SHAA: Journal

of Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama, 15, 12‑19, Summer, 1986.

 

"Joseph G. Sheehan's Contributions: An Eagle Soars," Journal of Fluency Disorders, 11, 175‑182,

1986.

 

"Leaders and Licensure: An Alliance Whose Time Has Come," Licensure Newsletter, National

Council of State Boards of Examiners for Speech‑Language Pathology and Audiology,

Winter, 1991.

 

"Licensure and Standards in Speech‑Language Pathology and Audiology," Licensure Newsletter,

Wellsburg, VA: National Council of State Boards of Examiners for Speech‑Language

Pathology and Audiology, Winter 1989 Issue, 2‑5.


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"Mentoring Speech‑Language Pathologists: Guidelines," A booklet prepared for the Alabama State

Department of Education, Program for Exceptional Children and Youth, Tuscaloosa, AL:

University of Alabama Department of Communicative Disorders, August, 1993. (with Kathryn Byrd and Ella Z. Rosen)

 

"Motor perseverative behavior in adult stutterers and nonstutterers, " Journal of Fluency Disorders,

5, 359‑372, 1980. (with C.L. Samson)

 

"Multicultural Considerations in the Assessment and Treatment of Stuttering," in D. Battle (Ed.),

Communication Disorders in Multicultural Populations (Second Edition). Boston:

Butterworth‑Heineman, 1998.

 

"1982‑83 National Survey of Undergraduate and Graduate Programs in Communication Sciences and

Disorders," Tuscaloosa, AL: Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and

Disorders, 1983. (with M.B. Mann and G.W. Newberry)

 

" 1983‑84 National Survey of Undergraduate and Graduate Programs in Communication Sciences and

Disorders," Tuscaloosa, AL: Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and

Disorders, 1984. (with M.B. Mann and G.W. Newberry)

 

" 1984‑85 National Survey of Undergraduate and Graduate Programs in Communication Sciences and

Disorders," Tuscaloosa, AL: Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and

Disorders, 1985. (with M.B. Mann and G.W. Newberry)

 

" 1985‑86 National Survey of Undergraduate and Graduate Programs in Communication Sciences and

Disorders," Tuscaloosa, AL: Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and

Disorders, 1986. (with M.B. Mann and G.W. Newberry)

 

"1986‑87 National Survey of Undergraduate and Graduate Programs in Communication Sciences and

Disorders," Tuscaloosa, AL: Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and

Disorders, 1987. (with J.W. Helmick and D.N. Ripich)

 

" 1988‑89 National Survey of Undergraduate and Graduate Programs in Communication Sciences and

Disorders," Tuscaloosa, AL: Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and

Disorders, 1989. (with J.E. Bernthal and N.A. Creaghead)

 

"On The Road To Mandatory Continuing Education: The Alabama Story, " Research Briefs. 91‑6,

Clearinghouse on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation, Lexington, KY, 1991. (with D.

Baker)

 

"One Lovers Quarrel Revisited: The State of the Profession," Asha, 31, 79‑82, 1989.

 

"Orientation Comments to Young Adult Stutterers, " Journal of Fluency Disorders, 1, 1, 1974.

 

"Parental Attitudes Toward and Knowledge of Stuttering," Journal of Communication Disorders, 10,

343‑357, 1977. (with T. Crowe)

 

"Personalized Fluency Control Therapy, " Houston, TX: Learning Concepts, 1976; Hingham,

MA: Teaching Resources, 1978.

 

"Personalized Fluency Control Therapy: A Status Report," in M. Peins (Ed.), New Approaches in

Stuttering Therapy, Boston, MA:Little, Brown, and Company, 1984.


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"Preprofessional and Continuing Education," in R. M. McLaughlin (Ed.), Speech‑Language

Pathology and Audiology: Issues and Management, New York: Grune & Stratton, Inc.,     1986.

 

"Prevalence of Communication Disorders in a Learning Disabled Population," Journal of Learning

Disabilities, 22, 1, 60‑63, 1989. (with D. Gibbs)

 

"Prevalence of Recovery from Speech Disorders in A College Population," Asha, 16, 7, 359‑360,

1974. (with R. Parris and M. Wells)

 

"Prevalence of Speech Disorders in a Junior and Senior High School," Journal of Speech and

Hearing Research, 16, 4, 1973. (with S. Gillespie)

 

"Recovery from Stuttering in a Junior and Senior High School Population, " Journal of Speech and

Hearing Research, 15, 632‑638, 1972.

 

"Recovery from Stuttering as Viewed by Parents of Self Diagnosed Recovered Stutterers," Journal

of Communication Disorders, 7, 171‑180, 1974. (with S.D. Lankford)

 

"Red Herrings, Dead Horses, Straw Men, and Blind Alleys: Escaping the Stuttering Conundrum,"

Journal of Fluency Disorders, 18, 4, December, 1993.

 

"Reflections on Conceptualizing the Stuttering Therapy Process from a Single Theoretical

Framework," Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 36, 34‑38, 1971.

 

"Research and Clinical Issues: The Present and the Future," in C. W. Starkweater and H. F. M.

Peters (Eds), Stuttering: Proceedings of the First World Congress on Fluency Disorders.

International Fluency Association: University Press Nijmegen, The Netherlands, Volume 2, 370‑371, 1995.

 

"Self‑Versus Investigator‑Administered Presumed Fluency Reinforcing Stimuli," Journal of Speech

and Hearing Research, 19, 2, 241‑246, 1976 (with D. Cross).

 

"Setting The Right Goal: The Key To Coping," STAFF: Aaron's Associates, September, 1991.

 

"Speech and Language Clinician Variables and Clinical Effectiveness," Journal of Speech and

Hearing Disorders, 48, 2, 140‑145, 1983. (with S.L. Crane).

 

“Speaking Out: Is stuttering a speech disorder?,Asha, 41, 1, 10-11, 1999.

 

"Speech and Language Screening Practices in Alabama Public Schools," SHAA: Journal of Speech

and Hearing Association of Alabama, 15, 2‑11, Summer 1986. (with R. A. Cash, M. M.

Hemm, K.L. Lammon, J.M. Prickett, and D.S. Stratigos).

 

"Speech‑Language Pathology Services in the Alabama Public Schools: A Status Report," Speech

and Hearing Association of Alabama (SHAA) Newsletter, (VII) 2, Fall 1993.

 

"Structuring Counseling for the Parent of the Stuttering Child," Journal of Speech and Hearing

Association of Alabama, 1, 17‑24, 1971.

 

"Structuring Therapy for Therapist and Stuttering Child," Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders,

30, 75‑78, 1965.

 

"Stuttering Adaptation and Rate Under Varying Conditions of Electo‑Shock," Behavior Research

and Therapy, 5, 49‑54, 1967. (with D. Daly)


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"Stuttering nuggets from a perrenially perplexed but persevering prospector, " The Clinical

Connection, 4 , 1, 1‑4, 1990.

 

"Talking About It and Doing It: Metalinguistic Capacity and Prosodic Control in Three to Seven

Year Olds," Journal of Fluency Disorders , 13, 4, 283‑290, 1988. (with E. Blodgett)

 

"Teacher Perceptions of Stuttering," Journal of Fluency Disorders, 11, 345‑359, 1986. (with M. K.

Yeakle)

 

"The Chronic Perseverative Stuttering (CPS) Syndrome: Incurable Stuttering," Journal of Fluency

Disorders, 12, 381‑388, 1987.

 

"The Cooper Chronicity Prediction Checklist for School Age Stutterers: A Research Inventory for

Clinicians," Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Speech and Hearing Center, April, 1972.

 

"The Definition and Observation of a Therapy‑Relationship Process with Stutterers, " Journal of _

the Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama, 3, 1, 21‑30, 1973.

 

"The Development of a Stuttering Chronicity Checklist: A Preliminary Report," Journal of Speech

and Hearing Disorders, 38, 2, 215‑223, 1973.

 

"The Effect of the Verbal Stimulus Words 'Wrong' , 'Right', and 'Tree' on the Disfluency Rates of

Stutterers and Nonstutterers," Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 13, 229‑244, 1970.

(with B. Cady and C.J. Robbins)

 

"The Etiology and Treatment of Stuttering: A Perspective," Ear, Nose, Throat Journal, 59, 2, 6074,

1980.

 

"The Fractionation of Our Discipline: A Time For Action," Asha, 35, 51‑57, 1993.

 

“The impact of identifying preferred treatment outcomes on conceptualizing, assessing, and treating’       chronic stuttering,” Florida Journal of Communication Disorders, 18, 47-51, 1999.

 

"The Mentally Retarded Stutterer" in St. Louis, K.O. (Ed.), The Atypical Stutterer, New York:

Academic Press, 1986.

 

"The Nature of Stuttering in a Mentally Retarded Population," American Journal of Mental

Deficiency, 78, 153‑160, 1973. (with A.H. Chapman)

 

"The Profession at Work," Chapter 4 in M. Leahy, (Ed.), Disorders of Communication: The

 

Science of Intervention, 2nd Edition, London, England:Whurr Publishers Ltd., 1995, (with A. van

der Gaag and C. S. Cooper)

 

"The School Speech‑Language Pathologist's Role as Perceived by Other Members of the Educational

Team," Journal of the Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama, 11, 2, 7‑14, 1982. (with

C.S. Cooper and P.A. Tulloss)

 

"The State of the Profession and What to Do About It: One Lover's Quarrel," Asha, 24, 11, 931-

934, 1982.

 

"The Stuttering Apple Revisited," Language Speech and Hearing Services in Schools, 3, 1, 49‑53,

1972.


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"The University Speech and Hearing Clinic: Dinosaur or Phoenix?" In Proceedings of the Eleventh

Annual Conference on Graduate Education, Minneapolis, MN: Council of Graduate Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 1990.

 

"Time Utilization by Alabama Public School Speech‑Language Pathologists," Speech and Hearing

Association of Alabama Newsletter, IV (4), 12‑14, 1989. (with K. Lammon)

 

"Traits Attributed to Stuttering and Non‑Stuttering Children by their Mothers," Journal of Fluency

Disorders, 3, 233‑246, 1978. (with G.M. Fowlie)

 

"Treating Fluency Disordered Adolescents," Journal of Communication Disorders, 28, 2, 125‑143,

1995. (with C. S. Cooper)

 

"Treatment of Dysfluency: Future Trends," Journal of Fluency Disorders, 11, 317‑327, 1986.

 

"Treatment of disfluency: Future trends," In E.C. Healey (Ed.), Readings on Research _in

Stuttering, White Plains, NY:Longman Publishing Co., 1990.

 

"Understanding Stuttering: Information for Parents," Chicago, IL: The National Easter Seal Society,

1979.

 

"Understanding‑ Stuttering: Information for Parents, ~~ Chicago, IL: The National Easter Seal

Society, 1990.

 

"Understanding The Process," in S. Ainsworth (Ed.), Counseling Stutterers, Memphis, TN: The

Speech Foundation of America, 1982.

 

"Variations in Adult Stutterer Attitudes Towards Clinicians During Therapy," Journal of

Communication Disorders, 2, 141‑153, 1969. (with C. S. Cooper)

 

"Variations in Attitudes of the Adult Stutterer Toward His Clinician Related to Progress in

Therapy," Journal of Communication Disorders, 2, 154‑162, 1969. (with W. H. Manning)

 

"Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor Attitudes Toward Stuttering," Journal of Fluency Disorders,

8, 1, 13‑27, 1983. (with M. A. Hurst).

 

Presented Papers, Workshops, and Short Courses

 

1963     Client‑Clinician Relationships and Concomitant Factors in Stuttering Therapy, ASHA

             Convention, 1963.

 

1964     Accuracy of Teacher Referrals of Speech Handicapped School Children, ASHA

             Convention, 1964.

 

1965     An Evaluation of Inter‑Personal Communications Therapy for Stutterers, ASHA

             Convention, 1965.

 

Structuring Therapy for Therapist and Stuttering Child, Pennsylvania Speech and Hearing Convention, 1965.

 

Clinician Personality Factors and Judged Effectiveness in Varying Therapeutic Relationships, ASHA Convention, 1965.

 

1966     Personality Factors Related to Therapist Effectiveness, ASHA Convention, 1966.

 

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1966    Helping the School Age Stutterer, Invited Speaker, Clarion State College, Pennsylvania,  1966.

 

The Therapy Process, Invited Speaker, Indiana State College, Pennsylvania, 1966.

 

1967    Observing the Therapeutic Relationship, Invited Speaker, Emerson College, 1967.

 

Inter‑Personal Communications Therapy, Invited Speaker, Tufts University New England Medical Center, 1967.

 

Variations in Client Attitudes Toward Clinicians During Therapy for Stutterers, ASHA Convention, (with C. Cooper), 1967.

 

Variations in Attitudes of the Adult Stutterer Toward the Clinician Related to Progress in Therapy, (with W. Manning), ASHA Convention, 1967.

 

1968     Investigating the Therapeutic Process, Arkansas Speech and Hearing Association

             Convention, 1968.

 

            Effectiveness of an Intensive Residential Rehabilitation Program for Adult Stutterers: A Follow‑up Study, ASHA Convention, 1968.

 

An Intensive Residential Rehabilitation Program for the Communicatively Handicapped Adult: Organization and Administration, ASHA, Convention, 1968.

 

1969    Accuracy of Stutterer Perceptions Following Self‑Observations through Video Recordings, ASHA Convention, (with M. Thompson), 1969.

 

            Effectiveness of Intensive Residential Rehabilitation Program, National Rehabilitation Association Convention, 1969.

 

The Organization and Administration of an Intensive Residential Rehabilitation Program, National Rehabilitation Association Convention, 1969.

 

A Stuttering Therapy Process, A Two‑Day Workshop Presented to the Texas Speech and Hearing Association Convention, El Paso, Texas, October 1‑2, 1969.

 

Integrating Behavior Therapy Procedures with Traditional Psycho‑Therapeutic Procedures for Stutterers, Invited Speaker, New York University, November 1969.

 

1970    Stuttering Therapy Procedures. Pennsylvania Speech and Hearing Association, Harrisburg, PA, April 1970.

 

Medicare‑Medicaid: What Now? ASHA sponsored conference on the aging. Atlanta, May 1970.

 

Integrating Behavior Therapy and Traditional Insight Treatment Procedures with Stutterers, ASHA Convention, New York, November 1970.

 

Stuttering Therapy Procedures, Guest Lecturer, University of Michigan Speech Improvement Camp, Camp Shady Trails, July 1970.

 

1971       Attitudes of Elementary Teachers Toward Black Dialect, ASHA Convention,

November, 1971 (with E. Blodgett).

 

 

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1972    Predicting Recovery From Stuttering in a School Age Population, CEC International Convention, Washington, D.C., 1972.

 

Approaches to the Study of Language Disorders: Three Day Lectureship at Texas Christian University‑Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, June 26, 27, 28, 1972.

 

Stuttering Therapy Procedures in the Public Schools. A Two‑Day Institute for the Lincoln Intermediate Unit, New Oxford Pennsylvania, August 31 ‑ September 1, 1972.

 

The Cooper Chronicity Prediction Checklist for School Age Stutterers, ASHA Convention, San Francisco, 1972.

 

1973    Therapy for the Adult Stutterer. Guest Lecturer, Mississippi State College for Women, Columbus, Mississippi, February 1973.

 

            Treatment of the School Age Stutterer. Council of Exceptional Children International Convention, Dallas, Texas, April 1973.

 

Treatment of the Adult Stutterer. ASHA Regional Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1973.

 

Stuttering Therapy Procedures in the Public Schools, A Two‑Day Institute for the Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV, Grove City, Pennsylvania, August 1973.

 

1974   The Efficacy of Stuttering Therapy Programs in the Schools. Council of Exceptional Children National Convention, New York, April 1974.

 

Stuttering Therapy Procedures in the Public Schools. A Two‑Day Follow‑up Institute for the Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV, Grove City, Pennsylvania, May 1974.

 

Recovery from Stuttering as Viewed by Parents of Self‑Diagnosed Recovered Stutterers, ASHA Convention, Las Vegas, November 1974.

 

1975    Preparing the Stuttering Child for Fluency Control. Council of Exceptional Children's International Convention, Los Angeles, April 1975.

 

Stuttering Therapy Procedures in the Public Schools, A Two‑Day Institute for the Lancaster Pennsylvania Intermediate Unit, August 1975.

 

Stuttering Therapy Procedures in the Public Schools, A Two‑Day Institute for the Williamsport Pennsylvania Intermediate Unit, August 1975.

 

Invited Symposium Participant: Controversies in Approaches to Stuttering Therapy. ASHA Convention, Washington, D.C. November 1975.

 

Clinician Attitudes Toward Stutterers: "A Study of Bigotry?" Paper presented at the November 1975 ASHA National Convention, Washington, D.C.

 

1976    Stuttering Therapy Procedures in the Schools. Invited Workshop speaker at the Spring 1976

            Eastern Carolina University Symposium in Speech and Hearing, Greenville, North Carolina,

            March 1976.

           

            Personalized Fluency Control Therapy. Invited workshop speaker at the Pennsylvania

            Speech and Hearing Association's Annual Convention, Harrisburg, PA, March 1976.


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1976    Personalized Fluency Control Therapy. Short Course at the ASHA Convention, Houston,

            Texas, November 1976.

 

Case Selection Procedures for School Aged Disfluency Children. Paper presented at the ASHA Convention, Houston, Texas, November 1976.

 

1977    Stuttering Therapy Workshop. South Carolina Department of Education, Columbia, South Carolina, February 1977.

 

Stuttering Therapy Workshop. The Cincinnati Speech and Hearing Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, March 1977.

 

Stuttering Therapy Workshop. Jackson State University, Jackson, Mississippi, March 1977.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Short Course. Indiana Speech and Hearing Association's Annual Convention, Nashville, Indiana, April 1977.

 

1977   Stuttering Therapy Workshop. Charleston Public Schools, Charleston, South Carolina, March 1977.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy. Workshop presented at the Council of Exceptional Children's International Convention, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1977.

 

Stuttering Therapy Workshop. North Central Georgia Learning Resource System, Ellijay, Georgia, April 1977.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Workshop. Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama Annual Convention, Gulf Shores, Alabama, April 1977.

 

The Complete Clinician: Stuttering Therapy Workshop. Talk and workshop sponsored by the National Student Speech and Hearing Association Chapter at Bowling Green, Ohio, May 1977.

 

Stuttering Therapy Workshop. University of Arkansas Interagency Workshop on the Communicative Disorders, Little Rock, Arkansas, July 1977.

 

Stuttering Therapy Workshop. University of Michigan Speech and Hearing Camp, August 1977.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Workshop. A one day institute at The University of Montevallo, August 1977.

 

Fluency‑Related Behaviors and Attitudes of 168 Young Stutterers. Paper presented at the ASHA Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois, November 1977.

 

Facilitating Parental Participation in Preparing the Therapy Component of the Stutterer's Individualized Education Program. Paper presented at the ASHA Convention, Chicago Illinois, November 1977.

 

1978   Stuttering Therapy Workshop. A one day institute for the East Central Georgia Learning Resource System, Wrightsville, Georgia, February 1978.

 

Weekend with the Experts. A two day stuttering therapy workshop for the Florida Department of Education, Orlando, Florida, March 1978.


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1978    Chairman of session entitled "A Transactional Approach to Language Development," Council for Exceptional Children's International Convention, Kansas City, May 1978.

 

Current Theory, Research, and Therapy in Stuttering: A Lecture Series, The Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, August 1978.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Workshop and Luncheon Speaker, Maryland Speech and Hearing Association Annual Convention, Baltimore, Maryland, September 1978.

 

Stuttering Therapy Workshop, Dothan City, Alabama Public School System, Dothan, Alabama, October 1978.

 

The Complete Clinician: Behaviorist and Phenomenologist. A mini‑seminar at the ASHA Convention, San Francisco, California, 1978.

 

            Stuttering Therapy for the Young Stutterer. A paper presented at the ASHA Annual Convention, San Francisco, California, 1978.

 

1979    Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Workshop, Birmingham City Schools, Birmingham, Alabama, January 1979.

 

Stuttering Lecture Series, University of Houston Chapter of the National Student Speech and Hearing Association sponsored lecture‑series, March 1979.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy, Workshop at the West Virginia Speech and Hearing Association's Annual Convention, Morgantown, Virginia, April 1979.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy, Workshop at The University of Akron, Ohio, April 1979.

 

Counseling the Parent of The Young Dysfluent Child, Miniseminar, ASHA Annual Convention, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1979.

 

1980   Stuttering Assessment and Treatment, South Bend Indiana Community School Corporation, Purdue Speaker Telephone Continuing Education Project, April 24, May 5, 13, 30, 1980. Stuttering Assessment and Treatment, Porter County Special Education Cooperative, Purdue Speaker Telephone Continuing Education Project, March 21, 28, April 18, 1980.

 

Moderator, Intervention Strategies for the Language Disordered, Council for Exceptional Children, Philadelphia, April 1980.

 

Current Issues Confronting The Profession, Invited Speaker Organization of University's Affiliated Facilities Conference, Birmingham, Alabama, April 1980.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy, presentation for faculty and staff, Department of Communicative Disorders, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, May 1980.

 

Banquet Speaker, First Annual Conference, National Council of Graduate Programs in Speech and Language Pathology and Audiology, St. Louis, Missouri, May 1980.

 

Contemporary Approaches to Stuttering Management, a one‑week workshop, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, June 23‑27, 1980.

 

 

 

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1980    Personalized Fluency Control Therapy, presentation for Speech Pathology and Audiology Program, George Washington University, July 1980.

 

Communicative Disorders Workshop, Third Continuing Education Conference sponsored by The Louisiana Board of Examiners for Speech Pathology and Audiology. Topics: The Problem of Stuttering; Professional Issues, New Orleans, Louisiana, July 1980.

 

The Etiology and Treatment of Stuttering, paper presented at the 18th Congress of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics, Washington, D.C., August 1980.

 

Comprehensive Health Planning in Speech‑Language Pathology and Audiology, Miniseminar presented at ASHA Convention, Detroit, Michigan, November 1980.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy, Sacramento Public Schools, Sacramento, California, November 1980.

 

1981    The Complete Clinician: Phenomenologist and Behaviorist, one‑day workshop, Sacramento Public Schools, Sacramento, California, January 1981.

 

Stuttering Therapy in the Schools, Purdue Speaker Telephone Project: Huntington‑Whitley Area Programs for Exceptional Children, Indiana, February 1981.

 

PFCT‑IEPs, Purdue Speaker Telephone Project: JESSE, Plymouth, Indiana, March 1981.

 

Workshop on Stuttering, Paulding County Public Schools, Dallas, Georgia, March 1981.

 

Assessment of Stuttering, Purdue Speaker Telephone Project, Wayne Township, Indianapolis, Indiana, March 1981.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy, Invited Five‑Day Workshop Presentor, University of Erasmus, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, May 1981.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Lecture, Jordanhill College, Glasgow, Scotland, June 1981.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Lecture, Glasgow Association of Speech Therapists, Glasgow, Scotland, June 1981. Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Workshops, Camden and Islington Area Health Authority, London, England, June 1981.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Workshop, Sixth Annual Workshop on Communicative Disorders, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, July 1981.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Workshop, Child Guidance Clinic of Greater Winnipeg and the Child Development and Support Services of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Canada, September 2, 3, 1981.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Workshop, Speech and Hearing Association of Alberta, Baniff, Canada, October 17, 1981.

 

The Profession and State Boards of Examiners in Speech‑Language Pathology and Audiology, Miniseminar presentation, ASHA Convention, Los Angeles, California, November 20, 1981.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy, Purdue Speaker Telephone Project: Smith‑Green

West Allen Special Education Cooperative, Indiana, December 11, 14, 1981.

 

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1981    Counseling for Stutterers, Speech Foundation of America Sponsored Workshop, St. Petersburg, Florida, December 27, 1981 ‑ January 2, 1982.

 

1982    Personalized Fluency Control Therapy, Hancock‑South Madison Joint Services Unit,

            Greenfield, Indiana, Purdue Speaker Telephone Project, February 26, 1982.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy, Fourth Annual West Kentucky Conference on Communicative Disorders, Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky, March 25‑26, 1982.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy in the School Environment, Council on Exceptional Children's International Convention, Houston, April 16, 1982.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy, Indiana Speech and Hearing Association's Annual Convention, Indianapolis, Indiana, April 24, 1982.

 

            Personalized Fluency Control Therapy, Atlanta Academy of Aphasia Annual Workshop, Atlanta, Georgia, May 29, 1982.

 

1983    Personalized Fluency Control Therapy, Third Annual Summer Conference on Speech-Language‑Hearing, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, July 21‑22, 1982.

 

Employer Attitudes Toward Stuttering, paper presented at ASHA Convention, Toronto, Canada, November 18, 1982.

 

Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor Attitudes Toward Stuttering paper presented at ASHA Convention, Toronto, Canada, November 18, 1982.

 

The Client‑Clinician Relationship in Speech‑Language Therapy: The Undefined Variable, Dual Session Presentation, ASHA Convention, Toronto, Canada, November 21, 1982.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Workshop, Cedar Falls Public Schools, Cedar Falls, Iowa, February 11‑12, 1983.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Workshop, Alabama Federation, Council for Exceptional Children's Super‑Conference, Birmingham, Alabama, February 18, 1983. Stuttering Therapy in the Public Schools, Tele‑Conference Program for Clay Community Schools, Brazil, Indiana, February 23, 1983.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Workshop, Louisiana State University, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 3‑4, 1983.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Workshop, Continuing Education Programs of America, San Mateo, California, March 12, 1983.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Lecture, Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama Annual Convention, Birmingham, Alabama, April 29, 1983.

 

Clinician Attitudes Toward Stuttering in the United States, Great Britain, and Germany: A Cross Cultural Study. Paper presented at the Nineteenth Congress of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics, Edinburgh, Scotland (with A. Kuhr and L. Rustin), August 1983.

 

Fluency Disorders in Children and Adults: Assessment and Treatment. Workshop presented for Continuing Education Programs of America and University of Texas at Dallas, Callier Center for Communication Disorders, September 23, 1983.


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1983    Group Therapy for Adolescent and Adult Stutterers. Miniseminar presented at ASHA convention, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 21, 1983.

 

Clinician Attitudes Towards Stuttering in the United States and Great Britain. Paper presented at ASHA Convention, Cincinnati, Ohio (with Lena Rustin), November 21, 1983.

 

Metalinguistic Abilities Checklist: A Preliminary Report. Paper presented at ASHA Annual Convention, Cincinnati, Ohio (with Elizabeth G. Blodgett), November 20, 1983.

 

1984    Clinician Attitudes and The Effective Clinician in Stuttering Therapy. Presentation at University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida, March 2, 1984.

 

            Successful Strategies in Stuttering Therapy. Miniseminar presented at ASHA Southeastern Regional Conference, Orlando, Florida, July 10, 1984.

 

Assessment and Treatment of Stuttering in School Aged Children. Workshop presented for the 1984 Fall Conference of the Kentucky Speech Language Hearing Association, Paducah, Kentucky, October 20, 1984.

 

Joseph G. Sheehan's Contributions: An Eagle Soars. Paper presented at ASHA Annual Convention, San Francisco, California, November 19, 1984.

 

1985    Cooper Personalized Fluency Control Therapy‑Revised. Invited Workshop at University of South Alabama's First Annual Gulf Coast Azalea Conference on Communication Disorders, March 15, 1985.

 

Cooper Personalized Fluency Control Therapy‑Revised. Workshop presented for Region 10 Education Service Center, Dallas, Texas, June 21, 1985.

 

Cooper Personalized Fluency Control Therapy‑Revised. Workshop presented at Oxford International Dysfluency Conference. Oxford, England, August 9, 1985.

 

Treatment of Dysfluency: Future Trends. Paper presented at the Oxford International Dysfluency Conference, Oxford, England, August 9, 1985. Cooper Personalized Fluency Control Therapy‑Revised. Workshop presented for Bloomsbury, Hampstead and Islington District Health Authorities, London, England, August 9, 1985.

 

Cooper Personalized Fluency Control Therapy‑Revised. Workshop presented for Continuing Education Programs of America. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 27‑28, 1985.

 

Cooper Personalized Fluency Control Therapy‑Revised. Workshop presented for Easter Seal Society of Broward County, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, October 26‑27, 1985.

 

Controversies in stuttering: Ten years later. Paper presented at ASHA Convention, San Francisco, California, November 22, 1985.

 

1986    Stuttering Workshop presented for the Speech and Hearing Association of Virginia, Williamsburg, Virginia, April 4, 1986.

 

Clinical Education: Private Practice. Invited paper for the Council of Graduate Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders' Seventh Annual Conference on Graduate Education, St. Louis, Missouri, April 18, 1986.


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1986    Stuttering Workshop presented for the Staff Development and Training Department of the San Diego City Schools, San Diego, California, April 25, 1986.

 

Current Issues in Stuttering Therapy: Workshop presented to the Northeastern Speech and Hearing Association of Pennsylvania, Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, October 10, 1986.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy, workshop presented at the DLM Teaching Resources sponsored Professional Holiday, Dallas, Texas, October 25, 1986.

 

Prevalence of Communication Disorders in a Learning Disabled Population. Paper presented at ASHA Convention, Detroit, Michigan, November 21, 1986.

 

            Teacher Perceptions of Stuttering. Paper presented at ASHA Convention, Detroit, Michigan, November 22, 1986.

 

Incurable Chronic Stuttering: Fact or Fallacy. A miniseminar presented at the ASHA Convention, Detroit, Michigan, November 23, 1986.

 

Metalinguistic Ability: A Key to Early Intervention, a minisemiar presented at the ASHA Convention, Detroit, MI, November 23, 1986.

 

1987    Stuttering Workshop, presented for the Dade County Public Schools, Florida Diagnostic Learning and Resources System‑South, Miami, Florida, February 6, 1987.

 

Personalized Fluency Control Therapy Workshop, presented for College of St. Rose, Albany, New York, March 29, 1987.

 

Treating the School Age Stutterer. Workshop presented at the Council for Exceptional Children's 65th International Convention, Chicago, Illinois, April 21, 1987.

 

The Issue of Chronic Stutterer. Keynote speaker for Speech Foundation of America Conference on "Clinical Management of Chronic Stuttering." Washington, D.C., June 5‑6, 1987.

 

Conquering Incurable Stuttering. Featured speaker for the Fourth Annual Conference of the National Stuttering Project, San Francisco, California, August 6‑9, 1987.

 

Assessment of the Language of Learning: The Metalinguistic Connection. Miniseminar presented with E. Blodgett at the ASHA Convention, New Orleans, LA, November 15, 1987.

 

1988    Assessment and Treatment of Stuttering. A two‑day workshop for the Morton Plant Hospital 1988 Winter Conference, Clearwater, Florida, February 19‑20, 1988.

 

Stuttering: Assessment and Treatment. A workshop for the Arizona Speech and Hearing Association, Sedonia, Arizona, March 25‑26, 1988.

 

The State of the Profession. A paper presented at the annual convention of the Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama, Gulf Shores, Alabama, April 30, 1988.

 

Topics in Fluency Management: Developmental to Chronic. A course presented for the Area of Communicative Disorders, Fort Hays State University, Fort Hays, Kansas, June 13-15, 1988.


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1988    Contracts and Grants and University Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders. A presentation for the District of Columbia Speech and Hearing Association, Washington, D.C., September 16, 1988.

 

The Assessment and Treatment of Stuttering. A workshop for the Minot State University Chapter of the National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association, Minot, North Dakota, September 22‑23, 1988.

 

Exemptions in State Licensure Laws for Speech‑Language Pathologists and Audiologists. A seminar presented for the National Council of State Boards of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, Washington, D.C., October 7, 1988.

 

            Apraxic Speech Characteristics in Stuttering, Developmentally Apraxic, and Normal Speaking Children. A paper presented at the ASHA convention, Washington, D.C., November 18, 1988.

 

Prosodic Control in Fluency Therapy: The Case for Metalinguistic Intervention. A miniseminar presented at the ASHA convention, Washington, D.C., November 20, 1988.

 

Prevalence of Communication Disorders in a Learning Disabled Population. A paper presented at the ASHA convention, Washington, D.C., November 19, 1988.

 

1989    Cutting‑Edge Issues in the Treatment of Fluency Disorders. A workshop presented at the Nineteenth Annual Mid‑South Conference on Communicative Disorders, Memphis, Tennessee, March 3, 1989.

 

The Treatment of Fluency Disorders. Workshop presented at The University of Hawaii for the Hawaii Speech Language Hearing Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, March 16, 1989.

 

Re‑energizing Coping with Chronic Stuttering. Workshop presented at the sixth annual Convention of the National Stuttering Project, Philadelphia, PA, June 23‑24, 1989.

 

Standards and Licensure in Speech‑Language Pathology and Audiology. Keynote address at Tenth Anniversary Conference of the National Council of State Boards of Examiners for Speech‑Language Pathology and Audiology. Washington, D.C., October 7, 1989. A Fluency Disorders Assessment and Treatment Workshop. Santa Ana/Port Mosa Unified School Districts. Santa Ana, California, October 11, 1989.

 

1990    The University Speech and Hearing Clinic: Dinosaur or Phoenix? Paper presented at Council of Graduate Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorder's Eleventh Annual Conference on Graduate Education. Tampa, FL, April 26, 1990.

 

Cooper Personalized Fluency Control Therapy‑Revised. Two workshops presented to the New York City Schools, Three Queens Districts for DLM Inc., New York, NY, September 5‑6, 1990.

 

1991    Fluency Programs for Public School Settings. Workshop presented with Crystal S. Cooper at the New York State Speech Language Hearing Association Annual Convention, Kiamesha Lake, NY, April 15, 1991.

 

The Fractionation of Our Professions: The Health Care and the Public School Practitioners. A seminar presented at the New York State Speech Language Hearing Association Annual Convention, Kiamesha Lake, NY, April 14, 1991.


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1991    Conquering Incurable Stuttering: Quick Fix or Invigorating Vigilance? A presentation to The Association for Stammerers, St. Margaret's House, London, England. Thursday, June 6, 1991.

 

Therapy Issues in the Management of the Chronic Adult and Adolescent Stutterer. A workshop for the Special Interest Group of Fluency, The National Hospital College of Speech Sciences, London, England. Friday, June 7, 1991.

 

The Cooper Personalized Fluency Control Therapy‑Revised (Dutch Translation). A series of workshops for the Dutch Society for Stuttering, Utrecht, The Netherlands, June 12‑15, 1991.

 

Conquering "Uncurable" Stuttering: Quick Fix vs. Invigorating Vigilance. A workshop for the National Stuttering Project. Dallas, TX, Friday/Saturday, June 21‑22, 1991.

 

            Fluency Therapy for Adolescent. A two‑day workshop for the Kent State University School of Speech Pathology and Audiology. Kent, OH, Wednesday/Thursday, June 26‑27, 1991.

 

Assessing and Treating Fluency Disorders in the 1990s and Beyond. A workshop for the Southwest Pennsylvania Speech Language Hearing Association, Pittsburgh, PA, Saturday, September 14, 1991.

 

Choosing a Clinician: Matching Stuttering Therapy to Your Goals. Presentations for the National Council on Stuttering's 17th Annual Convention. Evanston, IL, Friday/Saturday, October 4‑5, 1991.

 

Fluency Disorders Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment: A Collaborative Approach for the Public Schools. A workshop for the White Plains/New Rochelle, NY Public Schools. White Plains, NY, Friday, November 8, 1991.

 

Multicultural Considerations in the Assessment and Treatment of Fluency Disorders. Miniseminar at the American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association Annual Convention. Atlanta, GA, Saturday, November 22, 1991.

 

Standards: Who Will Set Them: Licensure Boards, ASHA, State Education Agencies? Miniseminar at the ASHA Convention, Atlanta, GA, Monday, November 24, 1991.

 

1992    Collaborative Oral Language Fluency Program: Early Intervention, Prevention, and Treatment. Miniseminar at the ASHA convention, San Antonio, TX, 1992.

 

Developing Local Language Comprehension Norm Using the TACL‑R: Rationale and Recommendations. Poster Session at the ASHA convention, San Antonio, TX, 1992.

 

Clinician Attitudes Toward Stuttering: Two Decades of Change. Paper at the ASHA convention, San Antonio, TX, 1992.

 

Selecting Intervention Strategies for Disfluent Clients. Miniseminar at the ASHA convention, San Antonio, TX, 1992.

 

1993    Collaborative Oral Language Fluency Program: Early Intervention, Prevention and Treatment. Workshop for Region VII Education Service Center, Tyler, TX, June 29, 1991 (with Crystal S. Cooper).

 

Fluency Disorders Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment: Collaborative Approaches. A two‑day workshop for the Bill Wilkerson Center, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, July 23‑24, 1993 (with Crystal S. Cooper).


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1993    Fluency Disorders Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment: Collaborative Approaches. A two‑day workshop for Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Minnesota Duluth, Duluth, MN, August 5‑6, 1993 (with Crystal S. Cooper).

 

Specialization in Fluency: The Development of Goals and Standards, paper presented at a Special Session sponsored by the Special Interest Division in Fluency at the ASHA convention, Anaheim, CA, November 20, 1993.

 

1994    "A Pragmatic Visionary Looks Back ‑‑ and Forward." Featured banquet presentation at the Fifteenth Annual Conference of the Council of Graduate Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Scottsdale, AZ, April 15, 1994.

 

            "Multicultural Considerations in the Assessment and Treatment of Disfluent School Age Children," Workshop for the Valley Association of Speech Pathology and Audiology, Harlingen , TX, February 12, 1994.

 

"Research and Clinical Issues: The Present and the Future," Paper presented at the International Fluency Association's First World Congress on Fluency Disorders, Munich, Germany, August 9, 1994.

 

"Identifying, Assessing, and Treating Stuttering," Workshop presented at the International Fluency Association's First World Congress on Stuttering, Munich, Germany, August 9, 1994.

 

"Fluency Disorders Workshop," Department of Communicative Disorders, University of Southern Louisiana, October 26, 1994.

 

"Fluency Specialization: Update 1994," Minseminar presented at the ASHA convention, New Orleans, LA, November 18, 1994.

 

"The Speech‑Language Pathologist as Phenomenologist and Ethnologist: Embracing Diversity," Miniseminar presented at the annual convention of the American Speech-Language‑Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA, November 21, 1994.

 

"Mentoring Program for School‑Based Speech‑Language Pathologists," Poster session presented at the ASHA convention, New Orleans, LA, November 20, 1994.

 

1995    "Doctoral Education in the Discipline," paper presented for the Council of Graduate Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, San Diego, CA, April 7, 1995.

 

"Fluency Specialty Recognition," paper presented at the Second Annual Leadership Conference, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association Special Interest Division #4: Fluency and Fluency Disorders, Colorado Springs, CO, April 27, 1995.

 

"Developing A Continuum of Practitioner Education Standards," two‑day workshop presented for the Communicative Disorders faculty at Nova Southeastern University, May 20‑23, 1995.

 

"Issues in Fluency," paper presented at the American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association Annual Convention, Orlando, FL, December 7, 1995.

 

1996    "Treating the Young Child Who Stutters," day‑long workshop held for the National Stuttering Project‑sponsored Year‑of‑the‑Child‑Who‑Stutters programs, New Orleans, LA, April 20, 1996.


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1996    "Self‑Help and Professional Communities Form Alliances: Progress for Those Who Stutter,"   key‑note address presented at Speak Easy International's Symposium XV, Upper Montclair, NJ, June 7, 1996.

 

"Maintaining Psychic Juices to Cope with Persistent Stuttering," workshop presented for the British Stammering Association, Reading, England, June 18, 1996.

 

"Personalized Fluency Control Therapy," workshop presented at the Oxford Dysfluency Conference ' 96, Oxford, England, June 24, 1996

 

            "Fluency Disorders Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment: New Perspectives, New Approaches, " workshop presented for the New Mexico Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association annual convention, Albuquerque, NM, November 8, 1996.

 

"Year‑of‑the‑Child Symposia: A Blueprint for Parental Involvement," miniseminar presented at the American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association annual convention, Seattle, WA, November 23, 1996.

 

1997    "Relapse vs. Re‑emergence in Coping with Chronic Stuttering. workshop presented at the International Fluency Association's Second World Congress on Fluency Disorders, San Francisco, CA, August 22, 1997.

 

"The Personalized Fluency Control Therapy," workshop presented at the Wyoming Speech and Hearing Association's annual convention, Casper, WY, October 3, 1997.

 

1998    "Personalized Fluency Control Therapy," a workshop presented for the Georgia Speech-Language‑Hearing Association, Atlanta, GA, March 6, 1998.

 

"The ABCs of Stuttering: A Can Do Approach to Therapy and Reimbursement," a workshop presented for the Glickstein Neustadt Education and Training Works, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA, August 8, 1998.

 

"The Cooper Fluency Workshop," presented for the Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, September 19, 1998.

 

"Personalized Fluency Control Therapy: Assessment and Treatment from Preschool to Adult," a workshop presented for the Louisiana Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA, October 20, 1998.

 

"Personalized Fluency Control Therapy: Assessment and Treatment from Preschool to Adult, " a workshop presented for the Long Island Speech and Hearing Association, Woodbury, Long Island, NY.

 

"Proposed Standards for Speech‑Language Pathology Assistants, " program presented at the American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association's annual convention, San Antonio, TX, November 21, 1998.

 

"Specialty Recognition in Fluency, " presentation at the "Experts Breakfast, " at the American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association annual convention, San Antonio, TX, November 23, 1998.


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1999      “Personalized Fluency Control Therapy: Strategies for Fluency Assessment and Treatment in the Public Schools “ workshop for The School District of Palm Beach County, Florida, West Palm Beach, FL, March 26, 1999.

 

“Fluency for All: Expanding Partnerships for School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists,” ASHA 1999 Schools Conference, Lake Buena Vista, FL, July 31, 1999.

 

“Fluency for All: Expanding Partnerships for School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists,” workshop for the Houston Independent School District, Houston, TX, October 22-231, 1999.

 

“Criteria for Determining Fluency in Those Who Stutter,” paper presented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA, November 20, 1999.

 

Professional Activities

 

Participant, International Seminar in Stuttering and Behavior Therapy, Carmel‑by‑the‑Sea,

California, 1966.

 

Member, Committee on Clinical Certification, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association,

1964‑66.

 

Special Consultant, Mental Retardation Division, Rehabilitation Services Administration, Social

and Rehabilitation Service, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1968‑71.

 

Member, Executive Council, Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama, 1967‑73.

 

Member, Program Planning Committee, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association's Pilot

Regional Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1973.

 

Secretary, Chapter 244, Council for Exceptional Children, 1969‑70.

 

President, Chapter 244, Council for Exceptional Children, 1971‑72.

 

Member, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association's Education and Training Board's Site

Visiting Team, 1970‑present.

 

Member, Legislative Council, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association, 1970‑72.

 

Member, Planning Committee and Participant in Maternal and Child Health Service (MCHS)

sponsored workshops on language for the mentally retarded, 1970.

 

Participant, NAHSA‑ASHA sponsored conference of Program Directors and Community Agency

Directors, Monterey, California, March 1971 and New Orleans, Louisiana, May 1972.

 

Vice‑President, President‑Elect, President, Council of Exceptional Children's Division for Children

with Communication Disorders, 1973‑1976.

 

Consultant in Speech Pathology, Tennessee Valley Rehabilitation Center, Decatur, Alabama, 1970-

1976.

 

Alabama Representative to the Regional Association of Program Directors in Speech Pathology and

Audiology, 1971‑1976.


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Newsletter Editor for the Council on Exceptional Children's Division for Children with

Communication Disorders, 1971‑1973.

 

Member, State Crippled Children's Service Birmingham Cleft Palate Team, 1966‑1970 and

Chairman, 1970‑1971.

 

Member, Alabama Advisory Council for the Developmental Disabilities Service Act, 1971‑1975,

Executive Committee Member, 1973‑1974, Chairman, Planning Committee, 1973‑1975.

 

Associate Editor, Language Speech and Hearing Services in Schools, 1971‑1979.

 

Chairman, Publications Committee, Division for Children with Communication Disorders, Council

for Exceptional Children, 1972‑1974, 1977‑1980.

 

Member, 1974 American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association's National Convention Program Committee.

 

Member, 1975 International Council for Exceptional Children's Convention Program Advisory Committee.

 

Trainee, Hollins Communications Research Institute Precision Fluency Shaping Program, 1975.

 

Editorial Board, Journal of Fluency Disorders; 1976‑present.

 

Member, Alabama Consortium of University Directors of Personnel Preparation Programs for the Education of the Handicapped, 1977‑present.

 

Editorial Consultant, Journal of Speech and Hearing Research 1977‑1978.

 

Member, 1978 American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association's National Convention Program Committee.

 

Member, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association's Committee on Comprehensive Planning for Services in Speech and Hearing, 1977‑1979, Chairman, 1979‑1980.

 

Member, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association's Clinical Certification Board's Clinical Certification Subcommittee on NESPA, Speech Pathology Section, 1977‑1978.

 

Charter President, Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 1978­1980.

 

Member, Alabama Board of Examiners in Speech Pathology and Audiology, 1976‑1978.

 

Chairman, Alabama Board of Examiners in Speech Pathology and Audiology, 1978‑1979.

 

Field Reader For Training Program Proposals for the Rehabilitation Services Administration, 1977­1978.

 

Chairman, Steering Committee for the National Council of State Licensure Boards in Speech Pathology and Audiology, 1979.

 

Member, Ad hoc Committee on Corporate Structure, The American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association, 1979‑1980.

 

 

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Consultant, Graduate Programming in Speech‑Language Pathology and Audiology, State University System of Florida, 1979.

 

Member, Ad hoc Committee on Professional Standards, The American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association, 1979.

 

Panelist, Review Panel for Training Programs in Speech Pathology and Audiology, Rehabilitation Services Administration, 1979, 1980.

 

Member, Council for Exceptional Children's Board of Governors, 1980‑1983.

 

Member, National Advisory Panel, United States Department of Education supported and ASHA conducted study of undergraduate and graduate training in speech‑language pathology and audiology, 1980‑83.

 

Acting Chairman, National Council on Communication Disorders, 1979‑1981.

 

Editorial Consultant, Journal of Childhood Communication Disorders, 1977‑present.

 

Chairman, Regional Study Group, ASHA Professional Self‑Study Project, 1981.

 

Program Committee, Second Annual Conference on Graduate Education, National Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 1981.

 

Chairman, National Council on Communication Disorders, 1982.

 

Consultant‑At‑Large, National Student Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association, 1982‑1988.

 

Editorial Consultant, Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1982‑1985.

 

Charter President, National Council of State Boards of Examiners in Speech‑Language Pathology and Audiology, 1980.

 

Member, Program Committee, Third Annual Conference on Graduate Education of The National Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 1982.

 

Member, Planning Committee for ASHA's 1983 National Conference on Undergraduate, Graduate, and Continuing Education, 1982‑1983.

 

Associate Editor, Exceptional Children, 1981‑1984.

 

Chairman, Honors Committee, Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 1982‑83, Member, 1984.

 

Chairman, Honors Committee, Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama, 1982‑1985.

 

Member, Information and Exchange Committee, National Council of Academic Programs in Speech and Language Pathology and Audiology, 1982‑86.

 

Member, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association Scientific and Professional Meetings Board's Subcommittee on Regional Conferences, 1983‑1984.

 

Chair, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association Scientific and Professional Meetings Board's Subcommittee on Regional Conferences, 1985‑1986.

 

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Member, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association's Scientific and Professional Programs Board, 1985‑1987.

 

Editor, National Student Speech Language Hearing Association's Clinical Series #9, "Counseling in Speech‑Language Pathology and Audiology, " 1985.

 

Chair, Organizational Facilitators, National Alliance for the Prevention and Treatment of Stuttering, 1984‑1985.

 

President, National Alliance on Stuttering, 1985‑1986.

 

Chair, Information Exchange Committee, Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 1986‑1989.

 

Member, Board of Directors, Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 1986‑1989.

 

Member, Founders Advisory Board, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Foundation, 1985‑1987.

 

Member, Committee on Honors, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association, 1987‑1990.

 

Member, Alabama Board of Examiners in Speech Pathology and Audiology, 1986‑1989.

 

Member, Board of Consultants, Public School Caucus, 1987‑1989.

 

Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 1988‑1989.

 

Member, Legislative Council, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association, 1988‑1991.

 

Chairman Advisory and Development Board, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Foundation, 1987‑1989.

 

Member and Secretary, Board of Directors, National Council of State Boards of Examiners for Speech‑Language Pathology and Audiology, 1987‑1990.

 

Chair, Ad Hoc Committee on Association Governance, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association, 1989‑1991.

 

Member, Board of Trustees, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Foundation, 1989‑1991.

 

Chair, Exemplary Programs Identification Committee, Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 1990‑91.

 

Chair, Membership Committee, International Fluency Association, 1990‑present.

 

President, National Council of State Boards of Examiners for Speech‑Language Pathology and Audiology, 1990‑91.

 

Honorary Board Member, National Stuttering Project, 1978‑present.

 

Member, Board of Directors, International Fluency Association, 1991‑present.

 

Member, Long Range Strategic Planning Board, American Speech‑Language‑ Hearing Association, 1991‑93.

 

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Chair, Publications Committee, Council for Exceptional Children's Division for Children with Communication Disorders, 1990‑93.

 

Editorial Consultant, American Journal of Speech‑Language Pathology: A Journal of Clinical

            Practice, 1991‑1995

 

Member, Fluency and Fluency Disorders Special Interest Division Steering Committee, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association, 1993‑99.

 

Coordinator, Fluency and Fluency Disorders Special Interest Division, American Speech‑Language-­Hearing Association, 1994‑1999.

 

Member, Legislative Council, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association, 1992‑1996.

 

Member, Subcommittee on Speech‑Language Pathology Assistants, Council on Academic

Accreditation, 1998‑1999.

 

Member, ASHA Executive Board Subcommittee on the National Examination, 1999.

 

Member, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association Vice President for Professional Standards Coordinating Committee, 1994‑1996.

 

Coordinator, First Annual Leadership Conference, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association's Special Interest Division for Fluency and Fluency Disorders, Hilton Head, SC, April 20‑23, 1994.

 

Coordinator, Second Annual Leadership Conference, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association's Special Interest Division for Fluency and Fluency Disorders, Colorado Springs, CO, April 26‑29, 1995.

 

Member, University of Alabama Faculty Senate, 1995‑1996.

 

Member, Honors Committee, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association, 1996‑99.

 

President, International Fluency Association's Second World Congress on Fluency Disorders, San Francisco, CA, August 18‑22, 1997.

 

Member, Board of Division Coordinators, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association, 1994‑1999.

 

Secretary, International Fluency Association, 1997‑1999.

 

Member, Council on Academic Accreditation, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association, 1997‑2001.

 

Member, Advisory Board, The American Institute for Stuttering Treatment and Professional Training, 1998‑ present.

 

Chair, Founding Specialty Commission on Fluency Disorders, 1997‑1998.

 

Chair, Bylaws Committee, Council for Research in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 1999.

 

Vice-Chair, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Council on Academic Accreditation,

2000.

 

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Professional Activities (Concluded)

 

Coordinator, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Division on Fluency and Fluency

Disorders Seventh Annual Leadership Conference, Charleston, SC,  May 31, - June 3, 2000.

 

Member, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Executive Board Subcommittee on the

National Examination, 1998-2000.

 

Member, Advisory Committee to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s Director

of School Affairs, 1999-2000.

 

Memberships in Professional and Honorary Societies

 

American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association (Life Member)

Alabama Speech-Language-Hearing Associaiton (Life Member)

Florida Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association

Fluency and Fluency Disorders Division (ASHA)

International Fluency Association

Public School Caucus

National Council of State Boards of Examiners for Speech‑Language Pathology and Audiology

             (Honorary Life Member)

National Stuttering Association

Council for Research in Communication Sciences and Disorders

 

Certification and Licensure

 

Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech‑Language Pathology, American Speech‑Language­

             Hearing Association

Speech‑Language Pathology License, State of Florida

 

Community Activities

 

Producer‑Director, Chambersburg Community Theatre, 1957‑1959

Organization and Extension Committee, Boy Scouts of America, 1957‑1959

State College, Pennsylvania Community Theatre, 1964‑1966

Board of Directors, Tuscaloosa County Crippled Children and Adults Society, 1969‑1980, (Vice­

             Chairman, 1973, Chairman, 1974‑1975)

Board of Directors and Member, Professional Services Committee of the Tuscaloosa‑West Alabama

             Affiliate of the Alabama Cerebral Palsy Association (UCP), 1971‑1975

Board of Directors, Alabama Society for Crippled Children and Adults, 1975‑1978, 1979‑1982

 

Honors and Awards

 

Fellow of the American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association

Recipient of The Community Leaders and Noteworthy Americans Award presented by The

             Editorial Board of the American Biographical Institute

Who's Who in the South and Southwest

Who's Who in America

Who's Who in American Education

Who's Who in Science

Named an "Outstanding Scholar," The University of Alabama, 1980

Recipient of "Charter Presidency" Awards from the Council of Academic Programs in

             Communication Sciences and Disorders (1980) and The National Council of State Boards

             Of Examiners in Speech‑Language Pathology and Audiology (1980)

 

 

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Honors and Awards (Conlcuded)

 

Honors of the National Council of State Boards of Examiners for Speech‑Language Pathology and

             Audiology, 1982

Honors of the Council for Exceptional Children's Division for Children with Communication

             Disorders, April, 1983

Honors of The Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, April,

             1984

Distinguished Service Award, Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama, April 1985

Outstanding Professional Achievement Award, State University of New York at Geneseo Alumni

             Association, 1989

Honors of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA), 1991

Distinguished Service Award, American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Foundation, 1994.

Lifetime Clinical Career Achievement Award, The Alabama Speech and Hearing Association,

1994, 1995.

Honors of the Alabama Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association, 1997.

Distinguished Professor Award, Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Nova

Southeastern University, 1998.

Honors of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 1999.