Paul A. Dagenais, Ph.D., CCC/SLP
Professor


 


Education                                                                                                        

·  Ph.D. University of Tennessee, 1987 - Speech and Hearing Science 

·  M.A. Northern Michigan University, 1983 - Communication Disorders 

·  B.Sc. University of Ottawa, 1976 - Biochemistry

Courses Currently Taught

AUD 615 Speech and Language Science 

AUD 616 Research Design and Statistics for the Hearing Sciences

SHS 414 Neurological Bases of Communication Disorders

SLP 510 Introduction to Research Design

SLP 521 Advanced Speech Science

SLP 565 Neuromotor Disorders of Communication 

CSD 650 Research Design 

CSD 651 Speech and Hearing Science

        Truly an Original

 

Areas of Research

·  Motor Speech Disorders/Aphasia

·  Articulation/Phonology

·  Speech Science related issues

Publications & Research
Publications

Adams, E. M., Morlas, H., & Dagenais, P. A. (under review). The effect of reverberation on two speech-in-noise tests in young adults with normal hearing. International Journal of Audiology.

Ramkissoon, I., Dagenais, P.A., Evans, K. J, Camp, T. J. & Ferguson, N. N. (in press). Effects of ethnically diverse photographic stimuli on preference and discourse tasks in African American and Caucasian American adults. Communication Disorders Quarterly.

Dagenais, P. A., Adlington, L. M. & Evans, K. L. (2011). Intelligibility, Comprehensibility and Acceptability of Dysarthric Speech by Older and Younger Listeners. Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology, 19 (4), 37-48.

Dagenais, P. A., Adams, E. M. & Riddle, J. (2010). Effects of Reverberation upon the Perception of Dysarthric Speech. Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology. 18 (2), 27-34.

Blanton, D. J. & Dagenais, P. A. (2007). Comparison of language skills of adjudicated and non-adjudicted adolescent males and females. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 38, 309-314.

Dagenais, P. A., Brown, G. R., & Moore, R. E. (2006). Speech rate effects upon intelligibility and acceptability of dysarthric speech, Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics.
Presentations

Conference on Motor Speech, Savannah, GA (2010). Dagenais, P.A. & Adams, E.M. Effects of Reverberation upon the Perception of Dysarthric Speech.

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA (2009). Ramkissoon, I., Dagenais, P.A., & Ennis, K. Use of Ethnically Diverse Picture Stimuli for Soliciting Adult Discourse.

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA (2009). M. H. Manasco & Dagenais, P.A. Effects of Auditory Masking on Individuals with Aphasia.

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Chicago, IL 2008). Ramkissoon, I., Beverly, B., Estis, J., Adams, E., Dagenais, P., & Holston, T. Recruitment & Retention of Minority Students: Initial Efforts and Outcomes.

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Miami, FL (2006). McCaghren, K. K. & Dagenais, P.A. Trained and Untrained Observer Ratings of Communication Behaviors in TBI.

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Miami, FL (2006).Blanton, D., Dagenais, P.A. & Guendouzi, J. Language Abilities of Adjudicated and Non-adjudicated Male and Female Adolescents.

Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama Annual Convention, Birmingham, AL (2006). Dagenais, P. A. Updates in Assessment and Intervention in Motor Speech Disorders.

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, San Diego, CA (2005). Brown, G. R. & Dagenais, P. A. “Intelligibility and Acceptability of Naturally Rate Altered Dysarthric Speech”. 

International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Association, Lafayette, LA (2004). Dagenais, P. A., Brown, G. R., & Moore, R. E. “Speech rate effects upon intelligibility and acceptability of dysarthric speech”.

          Not like the Rest


Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology
University of South Alabama


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