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Janis Ingham, Ph.D.

Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences
University of California, Santa Barbara

Tel: (805) 893-2249
E-mail: jcingham@speech.ucsb.edu
Website: http://www.speech.ucsb.edu/faculty/jcingham

Biographys
Janis Costello Ingham received her B.S. in Speech Pathology and Audiology from Northwestern University and her master's and doctoral degrees in the same discipline from the University of Kansas. Since that time she has served on the faculty of the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She holds the Credential of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology and is a Fellow of ASHA. Her research and teaching have focused on stuttering and phonologic disorders, particularly with children. Recently she has written on issues of research ethics and the responsible conduct of research, and she is a participant on a NIH grant to ASHA on this topic. She has served as the editor of the Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders and is currently Associate Editor for Stuttering for the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. From 1999-2000 she was ASHA's Vice President for Research and Technology and was instrumental in the conduct of several initiatives aimed at improving the research competence and opportunities for young scientists. She has also been active as a planner and participant in several ASHA workshops on grant writing, publications, and research ethics. She is currently Vice President for Research and Academic Planning for the Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders and serves a leadership role in regard to developing solutions to the shortage of Ph.D. students and faculty in the discipline. At UCSB she serves as Chair of the systemwide University of California Committee on Research Policy.
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Some recent publications

Fox, P.T., Ingham, R.J., Ingham, J.C., Hirsch, T.B., Downs, J.H., Martin, C., Jarabek, P., Glass, T., & Lancaster, J.L. (1996). A PET study of the neural systems of stuttering. Nature, 382, July 11, 158-162.

Fox, P.T., Ingham, R.J., Ingham, J.C. Zamarripa, F., Xiong, J-H., & Lancaster, J. (2000). Brain correlates of stuttering and syllable production: A PET performance-correlation analysis. Brain, 123, 1985-2004.

Ingham, J.C. (1999). Behavioral treatment of young children who stutter: An Extended Length of Utterance method. In R. Curlee (Ed.), Stuttering and related disorders of fluency (2nd ed.) (pp.80-109). New York: Thieme.

Ingham, J.C. (2003). Evidence-based treatment of stuttering I. Definition and application. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 28, 197-207.

Ingham, J.C. (2003). Research ethics 101: The responsible conduct of research. In Ethical, moral and legal issues is speech and language pathology. N. Helm-Estabrooks & Nan Bernstein Ratner, Editors-in-Chief and J. Horner, Guest Editor. Seminars in S

Ingham, J.C., & Riley, G. (1998). Guidelines for the documentation of treatment efficacy for young children who stutter. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 41, 753-770.

Ingham, R.J., Fox, P.T. Ingham, J.C., Xiong, J-H., Zamarripa, F., Hardies, L.J., & Lancaster, J.L. (in press). Brain correlates of stuttering and syllable production: A gender replication. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.

Ingham, R.J., Fox, P.T., Ingham, J.C., & Zamarripa, F. (2000). Is overt stuttered speech a prerequisite for the neural activations associated with chronic developmental stuttering? Brain and Language, 75, 163-194.

Ingham, R.J., Fox, P.T., Ingham, J.C., Zamarripa, F., Martin, C., Jerabek, P., & Cotton, J. (1996). Functional-lesion investigation of developmental stuttering with Positron Emission Tomography. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 38, 1208-1227.

Ingham, R.J., Kilgo, M., Ingham, J.C., Moglia, R., Belknap, H., & Sanchez, T. (2001). Evaluation of a stuttering treatment based on reduction of short phonation intervals. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 44, 1229-1244.

Riley, G., & Ingham, J.C. (1995). Vocal response time changes associated with two types of treatment. In C.W. Starkweather & H.M.F. Peters (Eds). Stuttereing: Proceedings of the First World Congress on Fluency Disorders (pp.470-474). New York: Elsevi

 

 
 

Department of Speech & Hearing Sciences
Division of Mathematical, Physical, and Life Sciences
Harder 1058
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93117
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