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Roger J. Ingham

Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, California 93106.
Tel: (805) 893-2776
E-mail: rjingham@speech.ucsb.edu

Biosketch
Roger J. Ingham is Professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He was born in Australia and received his B.Sc. and Ph.D. in psychology (1972) from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. In 1982 he was awarded the Order of Australia. He has published 3 books and more than 160 papers, principally on developmental stuttering. His research has focused on the development of stuttering treatments, measures of stuttering, the neurology of stuttering and, most recently, its genetic basis. He is an ASHA Fellow and has been the recipient of several federally funded research grants for investigating stuttering. He is also an Adjunct Professor in the Research Imaging Center at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio where, in collaboration with Drs. Peter Fox and Janis Costello Ingham, he has developed a program of research on stuttering using brain imaging techniques including PET, event-related fMRI and transcranial magnetic stimulation.
Some recent publications

Ingham, R.J., Ingham, J.C., Finn, P., & Fox, P.T. (2003) Towards a functional neural systems model of developmental stuttering. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 28, 297-318.

Ingham, R.J. (2003). Brain imaging and stuttering: Some reflections on current and future developments. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 28, 411-420.

Ingham, R.J., & Ingham, J.C. (2003). No evidence-based data on SpeechEasy. ASHA Leader 8, April 15, p. 31.

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.

Ingham, R.J. (2001). Brain imaging studies of developmental stuttering. Journal of Communication Disorders, 34, 493-516.

Ingham, R.J., Sato, W., Finn, P., & Belknap, H. (2001). The modification of speech naturalness during rhythmic stimulation treatment of stuttering. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 44, 841-852.

Ingham, R.J., Fox, P.T., Ingham, J.C., Collins, J., & Pridgen, S. (2000). TMS in developmental stuttering and Tourette's Syndrome. In M.S. George and R.H. Belmaker (Eds). Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) in neuropsychiatry. (pp. 223-236). New York: American Psychiatric Press.

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

Stuttering Measurement System (SMS):
Description The Stuttering Measurement System (SMS) is a software tool designed to allow health clinicians, researchers, and students to accurately measure and identify stuttering in an individual.
SMS_Install.zip Stuttering Measurement System requires a Windows Compatible PC (2000/XP)

 
 
 

Department of Speech & Hearing Sciences
Division of Mathematical, Physical, and Life Sciences
Harder 1058
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93117
Tel: (805) 893-2702
Fax: (805) 893-4431
Email: danhauer@speech.ucsb.edu