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Biofeedback Enhanced Treatment for Speech

Hitchcock receives Grant from the National Institute of Health

Posted in: Communication Sciences Disorders

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Elaine Hitchcock, Ph.D., CCC-SLP , Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders has received a grant for:
Biofeedback Enhanced Treatment for Speech  Sound Disorder: Randomized Controlled Trial and Delineation of Sensorimotor Subtypes
National Institute of Health

Year 1: $271,079.00

This study will evaluate children with residual speech errors affecting /r/ (n= 110 for Aim 1; n= 118 across Aims 1 and 3) who are native speakers of English between 9;0 and 15;11 years of age. Supported by a multi-site, five-year, $4.2 million R01 award with New York University and Syracuse University, Dr. Hitchcock, as the Principal Investigator, will be responsible contributing to study design plans and overseeing all aspects of the project as Montclair State University.