Welcome to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Stuttering Lab! We're glad you found us. Click around to learn all about our research projects, research team, and resources for stuttering education and support.
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1/20/21: To celebrate the inauguration of the first POTUS who stutters, Dr. Naomi Rodgers shares her experiences with stuttering on NPR's Short Wave podcast. [Listen here]
12/17/20: New clinical focus paper out of the UNL Stuttering Lab was published in Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups on "Using Solution-Focused Principles with Older Children and their Parents to Elicit Perspectives of Therapeutic Change." Great international collaboration with some amazing stuttering specialists!
11/21/20: Dr. Naomi Rodgers was awarded a New Investigators Research Grant from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation. She will collaborate with Dr. Mike Dodd (UNL Professor of Psychology) to use eyetracking technology to study visual social attention among adolescents who stutter.
11/21/20: Lab alumna Kate Sindt won a graduate student scholarship from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation. Congrats Kate!
10/7/20: NebraskaToday featured some recent findings out of the UNL Stuttering Lab on social attention among adolescents who stutter. [Read here]
9/17/20: Chloe Strong presented on her preliminary work for her undergraduate honor's thesis and UCARE project at the Nebraska Speech-Language-Hearing Association's virtual convention. Her poster was titled, "Best Practices for Speech-Language Pathologists to Facilitate Skill Generalization Among Students Who Stutter." Way to go, Chloe!
9/15/20: Dr. Naomi Rodgers joins Dr. Hope Gerlach from Western Michigan University and host Sara McIntyre on the Stuttering Foundation of America podcast to talk about their collaborative research on the Stages of Change in stuttering. Have a listen to learn more about what it means for adults to make a positive change to their stuttering [Listen here]