PhD, Penn State University (1976)
MS, Penn State University (1972)
BA, University of Maryland (1968)
Licenses and Certifications
Licenses and Certifications
Certificate of Clinical Competence - Speech-Language Pathology (ASHA)
New York State License - Speech-Language Pathology
1. to be mindful of link between theory, research and clinical applications
2. to appreciate the symbiotic relation between faculty and student during the learning process
3. to recognize the individuality of students and embrace diversity
4. to appreciate the synergistic relationship between various aspects of the communication system (e.g., interrelationship between fluency and language)
Diagnostic Procedures In Speech/Language Pathology
Language Disorders In Children II
fluency and disfluency
co-occurrence of speech/language disorders
the diagnostic process
fluency and rate; perceptual features of cluttering;differential diagnosis of stuttering and cluttering
Bakker, K., Raphael, L. J., Myers, F. M. (Eds.) (2010). Proccedings of the First World Conference on Cluttering.
Wall, M., and Myers, F. (1995). Clinical Management of Childhood Stuttering. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.
Myers, F. L., and St. Louis, K. O. (Eds) (1992). Cluttering: A Clinical Perspective. San Diego, Ca: Singular.
Myers, F. L. (2011). Treatment of cluttering: A cognitive-behavioral approach. In D. Ward and K. Scaler Scott (Eds.). Cluttering: A Handbook of Research, Intervention and Education. (pp. 152-174). East Sussex, United Kingdom: Psychology Press.
Bakker, K., Myers, F. L., Raphael, L. J. & St. Louis, K. O. (2011). A preliminary comparison of speech rate, self-evaluation, and disfluency of people who speak exceptionally fast, clutter, or speak normally. In D. Ward and K. Scaler Scott (Eds.). Cluttering: A Handbook of Research, Intervention and Education. (pp. 45-66). East Sussex, United Kingdom: Psychology Press.
St. Louis, K. O., Myers, F. M., Bakker, K., & Raphael, L. J. (2007). Understanding and treating cluttering. In E. G. Conture & R. F. Curlee (Eds.). Stuttering and Related Disorders of Fluency. (pp. 297-325). New York, NY: Thieme.
St. Louis, K. O., Bakker, K., Myers, F. L., Raphael, L. J. (2004). Clinican and Research Perspectives on Cluttering. In Georgieva, D. (Eds.). Fluency Disorders: New Research Perspectives. (pp. 246-288). Sofia, Bulgaria: Grafis.
St. Louis, K. O., & Myers, F. L. (1997). Management of Cluttering and Related Fluency Disorders. In R. F. Curlee & G. M. Siegel (Eds.). Nature and Treatment of Stuttering: New Directions. (pp. 313-332). New York, NY: Allyn & Bacon.
Myers, F. L. (1992). Cluttering: A Synergistic Framework. In F. L. Myers & K. O. St. Louis (Eds.). Cluttering: A Clinical Perspective. (pp. 11-22). San Diego, CA: Singular.
Myers, F. L., Bakker, K. (2014), Experts' saliency ratings of speech-language dimensions associated with cluttering. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 35-42.
.Myers, F. L., . (2013), Clinical Management of Cluttering. L'orthophoniste, 32, 19-26.
Myers, F. L., & St. Louis, K. O. (2006), Disfluency and speaking rate in cluttering: Perceptual judgments versus counts. Bulgarian Journal of Communication Disorders, 1, 28-37.
St. Louis, K. O., Myers, F. L., Farragasso, K., Townsend, P.S., Gallaher, A. J. (2004), Perceptual aspects of cluttered speech. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 29(3), 213-235.
St. Louis, K. O., Raphael, L. J., Myers, F. L., Bakker, K. (2003), Cluttering updated. ASHA Leader, 8, 4-5 and 20-22.
Myers, F. L., & St. Louis, K. O. (1997), Perceptual judgments of the speech of clutterers. 2nd World Congress on Fluency Disorders Proceedings.
Myers, F. L. (2007). Clinical management of cluttering. In New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Saratoga Springs, NY.
Myers, F. L., Bakker, K., Raphael,L. J., St. Louis, K. O., Dycka, D., Lawson, S., Hencken, C. (2007). Self-awareness of communication behaviors in clutterers and nonclutterers. In ASHA. Miami Beach.
Myers, F. L. (2007). Primacy of self-awareness and the modulation of rate in the treatment of cluttering. In First World Conference on Cluttering. Katarino, Bulgaria.
Bakker, K., Lee, S. J., Myers, F. L., Raphael, L. J., St. Louis, K. O. (2007). Cluttering severity assessment: Talking time measurement during oral reading. In ASHA. Boston.
Raphael, L. J., Bakker, K., Myers, F., St. Louis, K. O. (2007). Syllable rates in meaningful tasks: persons who clutter versus controls. In American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Boston.
Myers, F. L. (2011, May). Cluttering: Its Nature and Treatment (keynote address to the International Stuttering Association). Buenos Aires.
Myers, F. L. (1969, December). Principles of intervention for children who stutter. Long Island Speech-Language-Hearing Association 2006.
Myers, F. L. (1969, December). Clinical management of cluttering. New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2006.
Myers, F. L., and St. Louis, K. (2007) Cluttering. Dvd commissioned by the Stuttering Foundation of America.
"Cluttering". First DVD produced on the fluency disorder of cluttering. Comissioned by the Stuttering Foundation of America. Provides insights on the nature of cluttering, its assessment and treatment. Features clients who speak about cluttering from their perspective. Memphis, Tennesee. November 2007.
President’s Faculty Development Award to conduct research on cluttering and related fluency disorders, January-December 2003.
President's Faculty Development Award to conduct research on cluttering and related disorders, January-December 2004.
Zlinkoff and Dolen Funds for Medical Research and Education, for partial support of Project Talk With Me. This project (under leadership of Dean Emerita Jacqueline Hott) aimed to provide an interdisciplinary approach to the detection of neonatal hearing loss as well as therapeutic and counseling considerations for at-risk infants and their families, 1990-1995.
Adelphi University Faculty Grant to survey the state-of-the-art of speech pathology-audiology-hearing impairment in the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, 1979.
Pacific Cultural Foundation Award to do cross-cultural psycholinguistics research on the language development of Chinese and American children, 1978.
SUNY Research Foundation Grant for research project “Children’s Comprehension of Stress Patterns in Speech,” 1977.
Pennsylvania Easter Seal Society for Crippled Children and Adults Research Grant for research on the relationship between autonomic nervous system functions and moments of fluency and disfluency in stutterers, 1976.
Sigma Xi (The Scientific Research Society of North America) Research Grant to study relationship between autonomic nervous system functions and stuttering, 1976.
Honors and Accomplishments
Honors and Accomplishments
Elected FELLOW, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Awarded Deso Weiss Award for Excellence in Cluttering (Stuttering Foundation of America and International Cluttering Association).
Board Recognized Mentor in Fluency Disorders, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2001.
Fulbright Specialist Award, Hong Kong University, 2011.
Board Recognized Fluency Specialist, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2001.
Awarded Merit Award by the Provost (nominated by the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences) for Scholarship, Teaching, and Leadership, Adelphi University, 1989.
Awarded Merit Award by SUNY at New Paltz, for Service, Teaching, Research and Continuing Growth, 1978.
Pi Lambda Theta (Education Honorary Society)
Sigma Xi (The Scientific Research Society of North America)
Rehabilitation Services Administration Trainee, Pennsylvania State University, 1971-72.
U. S. Office of Education Fellow, Pennsylvania State University, 1972-74.
Certificate of High Achievement, University of Maryland, 1968.
Associate Editor (invited), Journal of Fluency Disorders, 1996-2000. (invited)
Executive Board, Long Island Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Editorial Consultant (invited), Journal of Fluency Disorders, 1991-1996. (invited)
Periodic review panels for paper submission to New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
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