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Deborah Insalaco

Associate Professor
(716) 878-5319
Campus Address: Caudell Hall 311

Ph.D., University of Arizona



Recent Publications

Insalaco, D.  (2015, April).  Reading Comprehension.  The Communicator, 45(2), 16-19.

Pankratz, M. E., Plante, E., Vance, R., & Insalaco, D. (2007). The diagnostic and predictive validity of the Renfrew Bus Story. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in the Schools, 38, 390-399.

Insalaco, D., Ozkurt, E., & Santiago, D. (2007). The perceptions of students in the allied health profession towards stroke rehabilitation teams the SLP's role. Journal of Communication Disorders, 40, 196-214.

Insalaco, D., Ozkurt, E., & Santiago, D. (2006). The attitudes and knowledge of students in the allied health professions towards their future professional team members. Journal of Allied Health, 35, 142-146.

Insalaco, D., Sellers, C., Lubinski, R., & Stephan, R. (2004). Development of the Buffalo Peer Visitor Program for stroke survivors. Perspectives on Gerontology, 9(2), 24-28.

Beeson, P.M., & Insalaco, D. (1998). Acquired alexia: Lessons of successful treatment. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 4 , 621-635.

Recent Presentations

Krickovich, S., & Insalaco, D.  (2014, November).  Does phrase-formatted text improve reading in college students?  Poster session at American Speech-Language-Hearing Association annual convention Orlando, FL.

a.Maerten, M., Harris, N., & Insalaco, D. (2012, November). Treatment of an adult with persistent childhood apraxia of speech. Poster session at American Speech-Language-Hearing Association annual convention, Atlanta, GA.

Brown, N. & Insalaco, D. (2010, April). Drawing's effect on spoken language for people with aphasia. Poster session at National Black Association of Speech-Language and Hearing annual convention, Tampa, FL.

Insalaco, D. (2009, November). Attention and self-regulation strategies for ADD and executive dysfunction. Poster session at American Speech-Language-Hearing Association convention, New Orleans, LA.


Courses Taught
SLP 304: Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism
SLP 405: Communication Disorders II
SLP 412: Speech Perception and Acoustics
SLP 511: Neural Processes of Communication
SLP 515: Clinical Practicum
SLP 608: Neuromotor Speech Disorders Across the Life Span
SLP 609: Disorders of Voice
SLP 623: Acquired Language Disorders
SLP 690: Master’s Project

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