Bradford L. Swartz, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Department Chair

  • Position: Chair, Department of Communication Disorders
  • Department: Speech-Language Pathology
  • Campus Address: 2186 Health Professions Building
  • Phone: 989-774-7291
  • Email: swart1b@cmich.edu
  • Courses: CDO 278 Descriptive Phonetics CDO 463 Introduction to Acuostic Phonetics CDO 639 Hypopharyngeal Visualization 

Degrees and Universities

B.S. Central Michigan University 1975
M.A. Central Michigan University 1976
Ph.D. Michigan State University 1988

Publications

Swartz, B.L. & Lehman M.E. Allophonic variation of /l/: effects of context, position, & gender. Poster presentation, ASHA Convention, Atlanta, November, 2002.

Lehman, M.E. & Swartz, B.L. Advanced multimedia to enhance teaching and learning in communication sciences. Computer Lab, ASHA Convention, New Orleans, November, 2001.

Swartz, B.L. & Lehman, M.E. Training graduate students in hypopharyngeal visualization. Poster presentation, ASHA Convention, New Orleans, November, 2001.

Swartz, B.L., Lehman, M.E., & Van Leeuwen, C.A. A spectrographic comparison of allophonic variations of the /l/ phoneme. Poster presentation, ASHA Convention, Washington, D.C., November, 2000.

Lehman, M.E., & Swartz, B.L. (2000). Electropalatographic and spectrographic descriptions of allophonic variants of /l/. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 90, 47-61.

Swartz, B.L., & Lehman, M.E. Graphical morphokinetics -- Computer generated animations of speech. Technical/Platform session, ASHA Convention, San Francisco, November, 1999.

Swartz, B. L., (1992) Resistance of voice onset time variability to intoxication.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 75, 415 - 424.

Swartz, B. L., (1992) Gender difference in voice onset time.  Perceptual and Motor Skilss, 75, 983 - 992.

Lehman, M. E. & Swarts, B. L., (2000) Electropalatographic and spectrographic descriptions of allophonic variants of /I/. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 90, 47 - 61.

Research Areas

Voice, acoustic phonetics, pedagogy.
 
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