17 Feb 2015
Shelley Brundage joins Peter Reitzes to discuss her new study, Real Enough: Using Virtual Public Speaking Environments to Evoke Feelings and Behaviors Targeted in Stuttering Assessment and Treatment, which is in-press at the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology (AJSLP). During today’s episode Dr. Brundage shares that she believes they are ready to begin treating people who stutter with virtual reality.
Shelley Brundage, Ph.D., CCC, BRS-FD is an Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director in the Speech and Hearing Science department at George Washington University in Washington DC. Dr. Brundage is currently the Chair of the International Fluency Association’s Membership Committee.
Dr. Brundage’s study discussed on air today was authored with Adrienne B. Hancock.
- Frequency of stuttering during challenging and supportive virtual reality job interviews (abstract) by Shelley Brundage and colleagues
- Virtual Reality and Stuttering: Opportunities and Challenges (full paper) by Shelley Brundage