Angela Burda, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Associate Professor
Education: 
Ph.D., Wichita State University
M.A., University of MN-Duluth
B.A., University of MN-Duluth
Research Interests: 

Cognitive-communicative abilities in middle-aged and older adults, perception of accented speech

Courses Taught: 

Motor Speech Disorders
Dysphagia
Acquired Cognitive Disorders
Medical Speech-Language Pathology
Degenerative Disorders
Aging and Accent Modification

Publications: 

Burda, A., Baker, K., Burns, A., Butler, C., Clark, L., Cook, W., Drury, H., Dunham, K., Flatness, J., Goettsch, K., Johnson, M., Laudick, A.,  Lowe, J., Roesler, J., Rohde, J., Sorenson, E., & Young, M. (2014). Performance of young and middle-aged adults on cognitive tests. Journal of Medical Speech-Language-Pathology, 21, 393-404.

Burda, A., Hughes, S., Dutta, M., Foltz, Z., & Sexe, J. (2013). Semantic feature analysis application for aphasia therapy. [Abstract]. Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, 37, 79.

Burda, A. (2010). Communication and swallowing changes in healthy aging adults. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.

Name That! Co-developer of app that uses Semantic Feature Analysis to address naming in persons with aphasia. Co-developers: Burda, A., Hughes, S., Dutta, M., Fischer, B., Foltz, Z., & Sexe, J.

Phone Number: 
(319) 273-3128
Email Address: 
Office: 
240 Communication Arts Center