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Dr. Amie Marie King

Assistant Professor

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Education: Ph.D., 2010
University of Illinois

Specialization:
augmentative and alternative communication, complex and severe speech and language disorders in children, early childhood stuttering

Phone:
618-650-5751

Office:
Founders Hall, Room 1332

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About Dr. King

Dr. King received her PhD in Speech and Hearing Science and the University of Illinois and joined the Speech Pathology/Audiology program at SIUE in 2009. Dr. King is a certified speech-language pathologist and applied researcher in the areas of complex communication impairments in children, augmentative and alternative communication, and early childhood stuttering. She teaches undergraduate and graduate coursework in childhood speech and language disorders, augmentative and alternative communication, research methodology, and also supervises in the SIUE Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic.

Please visit Dr. King’s website for more information about her teaching, research, and service at http://www.siue.edu/~aking/

Publication:

DeThorne, L.S., Wolowiec Fisher, K., Hengst, J.A., & King, A. (2013). Keep your eye on the prize: implementing AAC within the broader context of communicative competence. Young Exceptional Children. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/1096250613485453

King, A.M., Hengst, J.A., & DeThorne, L.S. (2013). Severe speech sound disorders: An integrated multimodal intervention. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools44, 195-210. doi: 10.1044/0161-1461(2012/12-0023)

King, A.M., & Fahsl, A.J. (2012). Peer-mediated activities to support social competence in children who use augmentative and alternative communication.TEACHING Exceptional Children45(1), 42-49.

Loucks, T. M. J., Shosted, R.K., De Nil, L. F., Poletto, C. J. & King, A. (2010). Coordinating voice onset with articulation: a potential role for sensory cues in shaping phonological distinctions. Phonetica, 67, 1-16. doi: 10.1159/000319378

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