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Professor

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Office: 133 TLRB
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Brief Biography

BA Brigham Young University

MA State University of New York at Buffalo

PhD University of Colorado at Boulde

Teaching Interests

ComD 421 Speech Science

ComD 430 - Medical Speech Pathology

ComD 675 - Motor Speech Disorders

Research Interests

Normal and disordered voice

Speech motor control

Motor speech disorders

Divided attention task interactions

Acoustic, aerodynamic and kinematic analysis of speech production

Speech measurement technologies

Awards

Steven M. Rose Teaching and Learning Fellowship

Brigham Young University

2015 - 2017

Nancy Peery Marriott Outstanding Scholar

McKay School of Education

2008 - 2009

Selected Publications

Laryngeal desiccation challenge and nebulized isotonic saline in healthy male singers and nonsingers: Effects on acoustic, aerodynamic, and perceptual measures (2016)

Authors: Tanner, Kristine Marie; Fujiki, Robert; Dromey, Christopher D; Merrill, Ray M; Robb, Whitney; Kendall, Katherine; Hopkin, J Arden; Channell, Ron W; Sivasankar, M

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Publisher: Elsevier

City: Philadelphia, PA

Country: US

ISSN: 08921997

URL: www.jvoice.org

Editors: Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA

Exploring the clinical utility of relative fundamental frequency (RFF) as an objective measure of vocal hyperfunction (2016)

Authors: Roy, Nelson; Fetrow, Rebecca; Merrill, Ray M; Dromey, Christopher D

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Understanding the role of subsystems in speech and their interactions in evaluating symptomatology in motor speech disorders (2016)

Authors: Dromey, Christopher D

Publication Type: Book, Chapter/ Section in Scholarly Book

Publisher: American Speech-Language Hearing Association

City: Rockville, MD

The effects of noise on speech movements in young, middle-aged, and older adults (2016)

Authors: Dromey, Christopher D; Scott, Sarah

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Publisher: Maney

Volume: 19

Page Numbers: 131-139

Bidirectional interference between speech and non-speech tasks in younger, middle-aged and older adults (2015)

Authors: Bailey, Dallin; Dromey, Christopher D

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Volume: 58

Page Numbers: 1637-1653

The effects of emotional expression on vibrato (2015)

Authors: Dromey, Christopher D; Holmes, Sharee; Hopkin, J Arden; Tanner, Kristine Marie

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Publisher: Elsevier

Volume: 29

Page Numbers: 170-181

ISSN: 08921997

Effects of age and syntactic complexity on speech motor performance (2014)

Authors: Dromey, Christopher D; Boyce, Kelsey; Channell, Ron W

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Volume: 57

Issue: 6

Page Numbers: 2142-2151

Assessing correlations between lingual movements and formants (2013)

Authors: Dromey, Christopher D; Jang, Gwi-Ok; Hollis, Kristi

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Volume: 55

Page Numbers: 315-328

The effects of practice on the concurrent performance of a speech and postural task in persons with Parkinson disease and healthy controls (2013)

Authors: Foreman, K; Sondrup, Stuart; Dromey, Christopher D; Jarvis, Eon; Nissen, Shawn L; Dibble, Leland

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Publisher: Hindawi

Volume: 2013

Electropalatographic measures of stop consonants in speakers with and without apraxia of speech on repeated sampling occasions (2012)

Authors: Mauszycki, Shannon; Wambaugh, Julie; Dromey, Christopher D

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Volume: 20

Issue: 4

Page Numbers: 77-81

Frequency response of synthetic vocal fold models with linear and nonlinear material properties (2012)

Authors: Shaw, Stephanie; Thomson, Scott L; Dromey, Christopher D; Smith, Simeon

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Volume: 55

Page Numbers: 1395-1406

A preliminary report on disordered speech with deep brain stimulation in individuals with Parkinson’s disease (2011)

Authors: Dromey, Christopher D; Bjarnason, Suzy

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Traditional treatment and altered auditory feedback lead to intelligibility benefits in a subset of speakers with Parkinson disease (2011)

Authors: Dromey, Christopher D

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Volume: 5

Issue: 1

Page Numbers: 15-18

Bidirectional interference between speech and postural stability in individuals with Parkinson?s disease (2010)

Authors: Dromey, Christopher D; Jarvis, Eon; Sondrup, Stuart; Nissen, Shawn L; Foreman, K.; Dibble, Leland

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Volume: 12

Page Numbers: 446-454

Laryngeal articulatory coupling in three speech disorders (2010)

Authors: Dromey, Christopher D

Publication Type: Book, Chapter/ Section in Scholarly Book

Publisher: Oxford University Press

City: Oxford

Editors: Ben Maassen, Pascal van Lieshout

Loud speech leads to greater intelligibility improvements than amplification of habitual speech in Parkinson disease (2010)

Authors: Dromey, Christopher D

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Volume: 4

Page Numbers: 45-48

Vocal fold bowing in elderly male monozygotic twins: A case study (2010)

Authors: Tanner, Kristine; Sauder, Cara; Thibeault, Susan; Dromey, Christopher D; Smith, Marshall

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Volume: 24

Page Numbers: 470-476

Volitional Control of Vibrato in Singers (2010)

Authors: Carter, Neisha; Hopkin, J Arden; Dromey, Christopher D

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Publisher: National Association of Teachers of Singing

City: Jacksonville, FL

Country: USA

Volume: 67

Issue: 1

Page Numbers: 9-17

URL: www.nats.org

Editors: Richard Dale Sjoerdsma

Abstract: click to view

The presence of vibrato in a trained singers voice is considered to be an essential quality, but are the characteristics of vibrato - its speed, its regularity, and its prominence - hard-wired into the brain, or does the singer have some volitional control over them. Evidence suggests that singers may have more control than previously thought.

Articulatory changes in muscle tension dysphonia: Evidence of vowel space expansion following manual circumlaryngeal therapy. (2009)

Authors: Roy, Nelson; Nissen, Shawn L; Dromey, Christopher D; Sapir, Shimon

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Volume: 42

Page Numbers: 124-135