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Nicole Etter

Nicole Etter

Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders


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Education:

  1. Dr. Etter completed her PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences from the University of Kentucky in 2014. Her primary research interests include auditory and orofacial somatosensation and their relationship with low-level force assessments for skilled oral behaviors (speech) in healthy young, aging, and clinical populations.

Biography:

Lab Affilitation: The Orofacial Physiology and Perceptual Analysis Lab (OPPAL)

Recent Publications:

Etter, NM, Van Meter, EM, & Andreatta, RD.  The Relationship between Labial Vibrotactile Detection and Pure-tone Hearing Threshold in Healthy, Aging Adults. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. Accepted 4/17/15

Etter, NM, Van Meter, EM, & Andreatta, RD. (2014).  Labial Vibrotactile Somatosensory Perception: A pilot study in healthy aging versus young adult participants. Percept Mot Skills. 118(2): 622-35.

Etter, NM, Stemple, JC, and Howell, DM.  (2013).  Defining the Lived Experience of Older Adults with Voice Disorders.  Journal of Voice. 27 (1): 61-67.

Danzl, M.M., Etter, N.M., Andreatta, R.D., & Kitzman, P.H.  (2012).  Facilitating Neurorehabilitation through Principles of Engagement. Journal of Allied Health. 41 (1): 35-41.

Etter, N.M. (2010). What have we learned from physiological approaches to characterizing dysarthrias and other speech production disorders. Perspectives: Speech Science and Orofacial Disorders, 20(2) 25-54.