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Jacqueline Laures-Gore

Associate Professor    Program Coordinator    
Education
Ph.D.,University of Wisconsin at Madison, 2001
M.H.S.,University of Missouri at Columbia, 1991
B.A.,Iowa State University, 1989
Specializations
Aphasia
Dysarthria
Stress (physiological and psychological)
Speech-language pathology
Biography

Jacqueline Laures-Gore’s research is published in highly regarded journals , such as Journal of Speech-Language-Hearing Research, Aphasiology, Brain and Language and Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation.

She directs the Aphasia and Motor Speech Disorders Laboratory at Georgia State University where current projects include stress and aphasia, alternative treatments in aphasia and the Atlanta Motor Speech Disorders Corpus.

Her research projects have been funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Academy of Neurological Communication Disorders and Sciences.

Laures-Gore actively mentors students at the undergraduate through graduate levels and teaches courses in the area of adult neurogenic communication disorders. She has been the coordinator of the Communication Sciences and Disorders Program since August 2011.

Learn more about Dr. Laures-Gore from her Google Scholar page.

Publications

Published/In Press/Submitted – Peer Reviewed Journals (by year):
* = student

Buchanan, T., Laures-Gore, J.S., Duff, M. (submitted). Acute stress reduces speech
fluency.

*Mohapatra, B., Marshall, R.S., Laures-Gore, J.S. (in press). Yogic breathing and
Ayurveda in aphasia: A case study. Topics in Stroke Rehabiliation.

Laures-Gore, J.S.(submitted). Exploring stress in individuals with aphasia:
Measurement, complexity, and implications

Marshall, R., Laures-Gore, J.S., *Dubay, M., *Williams, T., & *Bryant, D. (submitted).
Unilateral nostril breathing as an adjunct to aphasia treatment.

Laures-Gore, J.S. & *Defife, L.C. (in press). Perceived stress and depression in left
and right hemisphere stroke patients. Journal of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation.

*Hall, R., Greenberg, D., & Laures-Gore, J.S.(2012). The relationship
between expressive vocabulary knowledge and reading skills for adult struggling readers. Journal of Research in Reading. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9817.2012.01537.

*Taylor, N., Greenberg, D., Laures-Gore, J.S., & Wise, J. (2012). Exploring the
syntactic skills of struggling adult readers. Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 25, 1385-1402.

Laures-Gore, J.S. (2012). Aphasia severity and salivary cortisol over time. Journal
of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 34(5), 489-96.

*Dubay, M., Laures-Gore, J. S., Matheny, L., & Romski, M. A. (2011). Coping
resources in individuals with aphasia. Aphasiology, 25(9), 1016-1029.

Laures-Gore, J.S., Marshall, R.M., *Verner, E. (2011). Digit span differences in aphasia
and right brain damage. Aphasiology, 25(1), 43-56.

Russell, S., Laures-Gore, J.S., & Patel, R. (2010). Treating expressive aprosodia: A
case study. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology, 18(4), 115-119.

Laures-Gore, J.S., *DuBay, M., Duff, M.C., Buchanan, T.W. (2010). Identifying
behavioral measures of stress in individuals with aphasia. Journal of Speech-Language-Hearing Research, 53, 1394-1400.

Laures-Gore, J.S., *Hamilton, A., & Matheny, K. (2007). Coping resources, perceived
stress, and life experiences in individuals with aphasia. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology, 15, 4, 423-431.

Laures-Gore, J.S., Heim, C., & Hsu, Y.S. (2007). Assessing cortisol reactivity to a
linguistic task as a marker of stress in individuals with left hemisphere stroke and aphasia. Journal of Speech-Language-Hearing Research,50,2, 493-507.

Laures-Gore, J.S., *Contado-Henson, J., Weismer, G., & Rambow, M. (2006). Two
cases of foreign accent syndrome: An acoustic-phonetic description. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 20, 10, 781-790.

Gorham-Rowan, M. & Laures-Gore, J.S. (2006). Acoustic and perceptual correlates
of the aging voice. Journal of Communication Disorder, 39, 171-184.

Laures, J.S. (2005). Reaction time and accuracy in individuals with aphasia during auditory vigilance tasks. Brain and Language, 95(2), 353-357.

Rosenbek, J. & Laures, J.S. (2004). Wrinkled Feet…. Botox Anyone? Aphasiology, 18(11), 1043-1067. Invited Paper.

Laures, J.S. & Shisler, R. (2004). Complementary and alternative medicine in the treatment of adult neurogenic communication disorders: A review. Disability
and Rehabilitation, 26(6), 315-325.

Laures, J.S., Odell, K. & Coe, C. (2003). Arousal and auditory vigilance in individuals with aphasia during a linguistic and nonlinguistic task. Aphasiology, 17(12), 1133-1152.

Laures, J.S. & Bunton, K. (2003). Perceptual effects of a flattened fundamental frequency at the sentence level under different listening conditions. Journal of Communication Disorders, 36, 449-464.

Weismer, G. & Laures, J.S. (2002). Direct magnitude estimation of speech
intelligibility: Effects of a chosen standard. Journal of Speech, Language, Hearing Research, 45, 421-433.

Weismer, G., Jeng, J.Y., Laures, J.S., Kent, R.D., & Kent, J.F. (2001). Acoustic and intelligibility characteristics of sentence production in parkinson’s disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 53, 1-18.

Weismer, G., Laures, J.S., Jeng, J.Y., Kent, R.D., & Kent, J.F. (2000). The effect of speaking rate manipulations on acoustic and perceptual aspects of the dysarthria in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 52, 201-219.

Laures, J.S. & Weismer, G. (1999). The effects of a flattened fundamental frequency on intelligibility at the sentence level. Journal of Speech, Language, Hearing Research, 42, 1148-1156.

 
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