Research Colloquium: November 7 2012
|Date:||Wednesday, November 7, 2012|
|Topic:||Nasometry and Mixed Nasality: Rethinking the Disordered Resonance Paradigm.|
|Time:||12:10 to 1:00 p.m.|
|Location:||500 University Avenue, Room 132, Rehabilitation Sciences Building|
As a courtesy to the speaker please be on time.
About the Speaker:
Gillian de Boer has completed a Bachelor’s in Chemistry and French Literature at the University of Toronto and a Master’s in French Studies at York University. She began her MSc program in Speech-Language Pathology in the fall of 2011. Gillian’s research focuses on the quantitative acoustic analysis of oral-nasal balance in speech using nasometry. Her MSc. supervisor is Dr. Tim Bressmann.
Article: Brunnegard, K., Lohmander, A., & van Doorn, J. (2012). Comparison between perceptual assessments of nasality and nasalance scores. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 47(5), 556-566.
Please Note Room Change: The talk will be in Room 132.