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Jason H. Davidow

Professor of Speech, Language, Hearing Sciences


Degrees

PHD, 2007, Univ Georgia Athens; MSPP, 2002, Univ Georgia Athens; BA, 1998, Univ Calif Santa Barbara


Bio

Professor Jason H. Davidow's research focuses on speech production changes during fluency-inducing conditions (FICs are speaking styles that temporarily eliminate or drastically reduce moments of stuttering). The FICs that reduce stuttering the most include chorus reading, singing, prolonged speech, and metronomic speech. His work is aimed at finding speech production changes that are responsible for the fluency that results during the FICs. Dr. Davidow is also interested in, and has begun to research, the anticipation of stuttering and the measurement of stuttering.


Field of Study: Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences


Research Interests: Stuttering


Previous Teaching Specialization: University of Georgia


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Research Interests

See Brief Biography above.
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Recent Courses Taught

Course Title Level
SPCH 004 LIBRARY SEMINAR Undergraduate
SPCH 006 ANAT/PHYSI SPCH MECH Undergraduate
SPCH 131 INTRO TO COMMUNICATN DISORDERS Undergraduate
SPCH 207 RESEARCH SEM IN SPCH Graduate
SPCH 230 DISORDERS OF FLUENCY Graduate
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