Brent Gregg, Ph.D.
SLHC Room 125A
- Assistant Professor
- Ph.D. Speech and Hearing Sciences-University of Illinois
- M.S., Speech-Language Pathology-University of Central Arkansas
- B.A., English, Hendrix College-University of London
Classes (Spring 2013)
- 2300 Intro to CSD
- 3301 Artic. & Phonological Disorders
- 6310 Phonological Development Disorders
- Doctoral Level Independent Study
Clinical Areas of Emphasis
- Stuttering/Fluency Disorders
- Psychosocial issues of children and adults who stutter. More specifically, the self view and
self-esteem of children who stutter (ages 4-7) is currently being investigated as a part of an NIH-NIDCD grant supported by the Stuttering Research Program at the University of Illinois.
- Clinical training in the area of early childhood stuttering. This line of research is part of a
USDE grant proposal focusing on personnel preparation and training.
- The relation between stuttering and disordered phonology in young children who stutter.
- Persistency in and recovery from stuttering and the risk factors involved
- The role of parent-child interaction in therapy for children who stutter
- Disfluency characteristics of individuals with Down syndrome and the clinical implications