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Faculty: Tyson Harmon

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Tyson Harmon

Tyson Harmon

Title

Assistant Professor

Department:

ComD

Contact Information

Office: 127 TLRB

Phone: 801-422-1251

Email: nope@Tyson_Harmon@byu.edumsn.com

Website: aphasia.byu.edu

Brief Biography

Tyson Harmon, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Disorders at Brigham Young University. He is also a certified clinician who has worked in both school and hospital settings. Dr. Harmon specializes in the assessment and treatment of adult neurological communication disorders.

Teaching Interests

Introduction to Communication Disorders

Aphasia

Fluency Disorders

Research Interests

Aphasia

Acquired Apraxia of Speech

Effects of cognitive and social demands on communication including the intersection of attention, emotion, and language

Selected Publications

Effects of positive and negative emotion on picture naming for people with mild to moderate aphasia: A preliminary investigation

  • Authors: Harmon, Tyson Gordon; Nielsen, Courtney; Loveridge, Coninne; Williams, Camille
  • Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Spoken discourse assessment and analysis in aphasia: An international survey of current practices

  • Authors: Stark, Brielle; Dutta, Manaswita ; Murray, Laura; Bryant, Lucy; Fromm, Davida; Harmon, Tyson Gordon; Ramage, Amy; Roberts, Angela
  • Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Effects of an interdisciplinary communication partner training program on student learning

  • Authors: Lin, Mei-Ling; Harmon, Tyson Gordon; Scronce, Gabrielle; Jacks, Adam
  • Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Effects of Background Noise on Speech and Language in Young Adults

  • Authors: Harmon, Tyson Gordon; Dromey, Christopher David; Nelson, Brenna; Chapman, Kacy
  • Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Everyday communication challenges in aphasia: Descriptions of experiences and coping strategies

  • Authors: Harmon, Tyson Gordon
  • Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

How responsiveness from a communication partner affects story retell in aphasia: Quantitative and qualitative findings.

  • Authors: Harmon, Tyson; Jacks, Adam; Haley, Katarina; Bailliard, Antoinne
  • Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Supporting confidence and participation for people with aphasia through student interaction: A descriptive study on the effects of an interdisciplinary campus program

  • Authors: Harmon, Tyson; Lin, Mei; Scronce, Gabrielle; Jacks, Adam
  • Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Speech fluency in acquired apraxia of speech during narrative discourse: Group comparisons and dual task effects

  • Authors: Harmon, Tyson; Jacks, Adam; Haley, Katarina
  • Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Dual task effects on story retell for participants with moderate, mild, or no aphasia: Quantitative and qualitative findings

  • Authors: Harmon, Tyson ; Jacks, Adam; Haley, Katarina; Balliard, Antoinne
  • Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Life activity choices by people with aphasia: repeated interviews and proxy agreement

  • Authors: Haley, Katarina; Womack, Jennifer; Harmon, Tyson; McCulloch, Karen; Faldowski, Richard
  • Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Proactive social validation of methods and procedures used for training speech production in aphasia

  • Authors: Harmon, Tyson; Hardy, Lucy; Haley, Katarina
  • Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Listener perceptions of simulated fluent speech in nonfluent aphasia

  • Authors: Harmon, Tyson; Jacks, Adam; Haley, Katarina; Faldowski, Richard
  • Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Recovering with acquired apraxia of speech: The first 2 years

  • Authors: Haley, Katarina; Shafer, Jennifer; Harmon, Tyson; Jacks, Adam
  • Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Visual analog rating of mood by people with aphasia

  • Authors: Haley, Katarina; Womack, Jennifer; Harmon, Tyson; Williams, Sharon
  • Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal