Shelley Brundage

Contact Info

Shelley
Brundage
Send Email
Silver Spring
MD
United States
20910
speechhearing.columbian.gwu.edu/shelley-b-brundage

IFA Expert

IFA Experts are self-identified and not reviewed or certified by the IFA.  The views expressed by IFA Experts do not necessarily reflect those of the IFA.

  • Stuttering in Children
  • Stuttering in Adults
  • Differential Diagnosis of Stuttering
  • Evidence-based Treatment of Stuttering
  • Self-help Strategies
virtual reality applications in stuttering
  • Clinicians
  • Self-Help
  • Teachers
  • Researchers
Brundage, S., *Winters, K., & Beilby, J. (in press) Fear of negative evaluation, trait anxiety, and judgment bias in adults who stutter. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.

Brundage, S., *Brinton, J., & Hancock, A. (2016) Utility of virtual reality environments to examine physiological reactivity and subjective distress in adults who stutter. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 50, 85-95. doi:10.1016/j.jfludis.2016.10.001

Brundage, S., *Corcoran, T., *Wu, C., & *Sturgill, C. (2016). Developing and using Big Data archives to quantify disfluency and stuttering in bilingual children. Seminars in Speech and Language, 37, 117-127.

Brundage, S., *Whelan, C., & Burgess, C. (2013). Brief report: Treating stuttering in an adult with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disabilities, 43, (2), 483-489.

Presentations:
Brundage, S., *Whelan, C., & Burgess, C. (2013). Brief report: Treating stuttering in an adult with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disabilities, 43, (2), 483-489.
Presentations:
Brundage, S. (2015, October). The treatment of preschool and school-age children who stutter. Invited presentation at Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing China.

Brundage, S. (2015). Virtual reality applications in stuttering research and treatment. Invited presentation to the Irvine, CA chapter of the National Stuttering Association.

Brundage, S. (2014). Virtual environments: Real learning. Invited Webinar, Vanderbilt Webinar Series.

*Rowe, H., *Corcoran, T., & Brundage, S. (2016, November). Typical disfluencies in the speech of Spanish-English bilinguals at 30 months. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association convention, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Lecture
  • Workshop
  • Groups

Membership

Membership
Membership, Instruction & Training

Location

accurate to city only

Biosketch

Shelley B. Brundage, Ph.D., CCC, Fellow-ASHA, BCS-F, is an Associate Professor in the Speech and Hearing Science department at George Washington University in Washington DC, USA. She teaches courses in stuttering, research methods, and neurogenic communication disorders. Her research addresses the linguistic, social, and emotional variables that influence stuttering, and methods for measuring these complex interactions in systematic and controllable ways. This focus has led to recent research projects involving treatment for persons with autism who stutter and to systematic analyses of stuttering in bilingual children and adults. Her interest in systematic measurement led to innovative work validating virtual reality environments for use in stuttering assessment and treatment. Dr. Brundage has been an IFA member since 2006, and is currently the Chair of the IFA Membership Committee.

Translation

In preparation for the 2018 World Congress the IFA is implementing Japanese translations of some pages on the site. Choosing Japanese below to see these translations.

Not all pages are translated, but you can use Google translate to see a machine translation using the switch below

Google Translate

Follow the Joint World Congress