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Two Program Essays: Each essay should be one page maximum, double-spaced.Program Essay 1: Describe a unique perspective or skill set you have or a life experience. Articulate how it might benefit your potential classmates, enhance discourse in the classroom, and/or contribute to the NYU communicative sciences and disorders community.Program Essay 2: Based on what you have learned about our MS program in Communicative Sciences and Disorders while exploring this degree, please name two faculty members whose research or fieldwork you are most interested in and why.I had no idea what speech pathology was, I initially wanted to be a nurse but after I had my daughter I couldn’t stomach being a nurse anymore. So I searched and searched to try and find something that intrigued me. One day I babysat my nephew and women came over, I thought it was for tutoring but when they went into the therapy session I found myself sitting by them really into the session. Once there session ending the questions just flew out of my mouth. Asking what was she working on, what type of field she studied, how long did she study, etc. that night I found myself doing research all night and I knew that’s what I wanted to do. Being able to help people communicate is an honor in my eyes. I like the variety of the field. Being able to practice in a school, hospital, at home health, etc.·Dr. Adam Buchwald (lab webpage)Speech and language production in aphasia, apraxia, and unimpaired speakersRelationship between speech motor control and phonological processingWritten language processing in aphasiaSpeech perception and its relationship to productionDr. Maria Grigos (lab webpage)Speech motor developmentChildhood apraxia of speech (CAS)Development and disorders of articulation and phonologyCraniofacial anomaliesDr. Harriet KleinPhonological acquisition and disordersLanguage acquisition and disordersProduction of vocalic and consonantal ‘r’Perception of authentic and distorted ‘r’ productionDr. Susannah Levi (lab webpage, main page)Perception of linguistic and talker information in speechRelationship between talker processing, working memory, and linguistic processingDevelopment of talker processing in children with both typical and impaired language developmentDr. Tara McAllister ByunArticulatory and perceptual influences on phonological developmentResidual/persistent speech sound errorsBiofeedback intervention for speech sound disordersDr. Sonja Molfenter (lab webpage, main page)Healthy swallowingDysphagia assessmentDysphagia treatmentPresbyphagiaVideofluoroscopyDr. Christina ReuterskioldThe relationship between oral and written languageWorking memory and language skills in childrenChildrens’ narrative skillsDr. Diana Sidtis (lab webpage)NeurolinguisticsRight hemisphere functionsAphasiaAcoustics of normal and disordered speechVoice perception and prosodyNonliteral languageSpecial cases in speech and language dysfunctionDr. Celia StewartVoice and Voice DisordersNeurogenic Communicative DisordersDysphagia

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