Jennifer Kleinow, Ph.D., CCC-SL
|| Associate Professor--Speech, Language, Hearing Science
Office Number: 2208 St. Benilde Tower
Office Hours: Mon. 2-4:00 or by appointment
Phone Number: 215.951.1232
- BA University of Michigan
- MS Purdue University
- PhD Purdue University
- Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
- Cognitive/linguistic influences on speech motor control
- Developmental processes in speech motor control
- Speech motor processes in clinical populations
- Clinical Practice Areas:
- Adult neurogenic speech and language disorders
- Child language and phonological disorders
- Arnstein, D., Lakey, B., Compton, R.J., & Kleinow, J. (2011). Preverbal error-monitoring in stutterers and fluent speakers. Brain and Language, 116, 105-115.
- Anthony, S., Kleinow, J., & Bobiak, J. (2009). Narrative Ability Under Noisy Conditions in Children With Low-Normal Auditory Processing Skills, Contemporary Issues in Communication Sciences and Disorder, 36, 5-13.
- Kleinow, J. (2007). Syntax, stress, and speech motor control. Perspectives on Fluency and Fluency Disorders, 17, 25-26.
- Kleinow, J., & Smith, A. (2006). Potential interactions among linguistic, autonomic, and motor factors in speech. Developmental Psychobiology, 48, 275-287
- Kleinow, J., Smith, A., and Ramig, L. O. (2001). "Speech stability in IPD: Effects of rate and loudness manipulations." Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 44, 1041-1051.
- Kleinow, J., and Smith, A. (2000). "Influence of length and syntactic complexity on the speech motor stability of the fluent speech of adults who stutter." Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 43, 548-559.
- Smith, A., and Kleinow, J. (2000). "Kinematic correlates of speaking rate changes in stuttering and normally fluent adults." Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 43, 521-536.
- November 2006, American Speech-Language Hearing Foundation New Investigator Grant: “Linguistic and autonomic effects on speech motor control in adults who stutter”.
- November 2006, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Special Interest Division 4 (Fluency and Fluency Disorders) Grant Supplement Award