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Senior Independent Study Theses from 2022

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An Investigation Of The Clinical Considerations Of Speech-Language Pathologists When Working With Spanish-English Bilingual Adults With Aphasia, Mia Chen
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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If You Want To Be Heard, Start By Listening: An Investigation Of Educational Professionals’ Familiarity, Perceptions, And Implementation Of Services Needed For Mainstreamed Children Who Are Deaf Or Hard Of Hearing, Tori A. Collins
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Together Everyone Achieves More (T.E.A.M.): An Investigation Of Recreational Sports Teams' Coaches' Knowledge Of Best Practices For Working With Adolescents With Autism Spectrum Disorder., Abby Johnson
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Are We Off Balance? An Investigation Of Audiologists’ Referral Practices For Vestibular Assessments For Cochlear Implant Candidates And Recipients In The Pediatric Population With Single-Sided Deafness, Danielle Julia Nasoff
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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An Investigation Of The Perceptions And Perspectives Of Speech-Language Pathologists Regarding Stuttering In Bilingual Versus Monolingual Children, Elizabeth Perez
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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An Investigation Of The Perceptions And Perspectives Of Speech-Language Pathologists Regarding Stuttering In Bilingual Versus Monolingual Children, Elizabeth Perez
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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This Cat Barks: An Investigation Of Speech-Language Pathologists' Perceptions Of Instrumental Canine-Assisted Therapy (Cat) On The Spoken Language And Social Skills Of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder, Nicole Preucil
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Help Wanted: An Investigation Of Professionals' Approaches To And Perceptions Regarding Vocational Development When Working With Adults With Autism Or Down Syndrome, Rachel Semel
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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An Analysis Of Speech-Language Pathologists’ Knowledge Of Cleft Palate, Comfort With Treating Children With Cleft Palate, And Their Perspectives Of Therapy Techniques Addressing Cleft Speech, Brooke D. Smith
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Talk It Out: Exploring Speech-Language Pathologists’ Perceptions Of Conversation Therapy Use With People With Aphasia, Holly Thompson
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Are We Listening To Their Silent Voices? An Investigation Of Speech-Language Pathologists’ Knowledge Of Spasmodic Dysphonia, Their Perceptions Of Treatment, And Patient Experiences With Treatment, Katlyn Yeager
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Are We Listening To Their Silent Voices? An Investigation Of Speech-Language Pathologists’ Knowledge Of Spasmodic Dysphonia, Their Perceptions Of Treatment, And Patient Experiences With Treatment, Katlyn B. Yeager
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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An Investigation Of Audiologists’ Perceptions Of The Need For A Quality Of Life Scale For Patients With Tinnitus, Vasili Zestos
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

Senior Independent Study Theses from 2021

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What Choice Do I Have? An Investigation into Audiologists' Knowledge about Communication Options for Children with Hearing Loss, Meghan Badge
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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An Investigation of Speech-Language Pathologists' and Parents' Perceptions of the Counseling Techniques Provided by Speech-Language Pathologists to Pediatric Patients with Tracheostomies and their Families, Meghan Botsch
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Collaboration in Silence: An Investigation of the Role of the Speech-Language Pathologist in Treatment for Children With Selective Mutism, Anabel Faigin
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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The Great Unknown: An Investigation into Audiologists' Familiarity with Auditory Brainstem Implants (ABIs), Neurofibromatosis Type 2 (NF2), Their Clinical Knowledge Regarding Candidacy Criteria, and Outcomes of ABIs, Katherine Fong
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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“Boys Can't Be Princesses”: An Understanding of Speech-Language Pathologists Perceptions of Gender Bias, LGBTQ+ Bias, and LGBTQ+ Related Issues When Working with Young Children, Breanna L. Harrell
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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An Atmosphere of Words: Clinical Considerations and Practices of Speech-Language Pathologists Regarding the Use of Speech-Generating Devices for Children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Rhiannon N. Johnson
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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An Investigation of the Influence of Exposure to Deaf Communities on Deaf Identity of Young Adult Cochlear Implant Recipients, Heidi M. Likins
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Taking CHARGE: An Investigation of Audiologists' Familiarity with CHARGE Syndrome and Hearing Healthcare Guidelines Pertaining to Syndrome Management, Caitlyn Menolasino
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Without a Second Thought: An Investigation of the Impact of the Fundamental Attribution Error on Perceptions of a Young Adult Who Stutters, David Roney
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders; Psychology

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Can We Talk About Horses? An Investigation of the Impact of Equine-Assisted Activities and Therapy on the Frequency of Verbalization for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Hayley Swinnerton
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Where to Start? An Investigation of Speech-Language Pathologists’ Familiarity with and Knowledge of the AAC Assessment Process and the Variables Evaluated in the Process, Mila Zunich
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

Senior Independent Study Theses from 2020

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The Kardashian Voice Effect: A Comprehensive Analysis of the Social Perceptions of the Glottal Fry Register, Emily Cano
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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An Investigation of the Counseling Strategies Used by Pediatric Audiologists from the Perspective of Parents of Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, Morgan Renee Faldowski
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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It's Ringing and I Can't Make it Stop! An Investigation of Audiologists' use of Tinnitus Counseling Techniques, Heather B. Foust
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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An Investigation of Parental Perceptions Regarding Cultural Support Provided by Audiologists for Bilingual Latino Families, Emily Gamez
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Let’s Get Moving: The Social & Cognitive Benefits of Exercise on Adolescents With Level 1 (Mild) Autism Spectrum Disorder, Payton Gennett
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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I Got Rhythm How 'Bout You?: An Investigation of the Impact of Rhythm on Word Retrieval, Christian Howard-Smith
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders; Neuroscience

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The Power of a Story: The Impact of Bibliotherapy on Children's Perceptions of Peers with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Nell L. Kacmarek
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders; Education

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An Investigation of How Speech-Language Pathologists Address the Socioemotional Experience and Educate Peers with Typical Development about Communication Disorders in School-Aged Children, Taryn KD Kohlman
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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An Investigation of How English Language Learner Teachers Are Addressing the Needs of Bilinguals Students Who Have Language Impairments, Katherine Schwab
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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A Concussion But I Can't Hear You: An Investigation of the Familiarity With and Understanding of Audiologists and Athletic Trainers in Regard to Labyrinthine Concussions, Jake Stewart
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

Senior Independent Study Theses from 2019

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¿Oíste Eso? An Investigation of Speech Audiometry and Other Clinical Practices of Audiologists Working with Monolingual Spanish-Speaking Latinx Adults, Carlos Mejia
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

Senior Independent Study Theses from 2017

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The Perceptions of Accent in a Global Economy: The Effects of Accent Modification on Employment, Elizabeth de la Chapelle
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

Senior Independent Study Theses from 2011

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Television, Still a Worthwhile Medium for Advertising to College Students?: College Students' Attitudes Toward Television Commercials, Scott Heisler
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Hidden Behind the Purple Box: College Students' Perceptions of Sponsored Links, Stephanie Standera
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Robust Vocabulary Instruction and Cultural Context in Children's Books: Their Effects on Word Learning in Children, Heidi M. Wilhelm
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

Senior Independent Study Theses from 2010

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If You Can Read Thank a Teacher A Comparison of Surveyed College Students and Teachers Regarding Their Knowledge of Language-Involved Reading Concepts., Lexi Moughiman
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Right to Read: Phonological Awareness and Its Impact on the Reading Abilities of Children With Down Syndrome., Erin Marie Rose
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

Senior Independent Study Theses from 2009

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A Descriptive Analysis of Preschool Teachers' Techniques for Promoting Language Development During Circle Time Across Three Types of Preschools, Larissa S. Kortis
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Andy and His Yellow Frisbee: Does Intervention Using Children's Literature Change Students' Attitudes and Perceptions of a Child With Autism?, Joanna Wisneski
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

Senior Independent Study Theses from 2008

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An Investigation of Methods Speech-Language Pathologists in Ohio Public Elementary Schools Use to Improve Social Deficits in Children With Specific Language Impairment, Molly Gaffney
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Investigation of Speech-Language Pathologists and Teachers Participation in Literature-Based Collaborative Models for Mainstreaming Students Who Suffer From a Traumatic Brain Injury, Jacqueline Lucas
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Fluency Specialists, Generalists, and School Psychologists: Differences in Perceptions of People Who Stutter and Therapy Perspectives, Abigail Polglase
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

Senior Independent Study Theses from 2007

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Literacy: A Responsibility or an Unreasonable Request? An Investigation of School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists' Attitudes Towards and Involvement in Literacy, Paul F. Seling
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders