Shelley B. Brundage
Associate Professor, Graduate Program Director SPHR
|Address:||Hall of Government
2115 G Street NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20052
Areas of Expertise
- Using virtual reality environments to standardize assessment and treatment of stuttering
- Measuring treatment processes and effectiveness
- Validating virtual environments for stuttering assessment and treatment
- Stuttering and bilingualism
Listen to an interview from the Diane Rehm Show about the movie "The King's Speech" and stuttering that featured Dr. Brundage as one of the guests.
- Visiting Research Fellowship, Curtin University, Faculty of Health Sciences, School of Psychology and Speech Pathology in Perth, Australia for 2013
- Fulbright Senior Specialist Currently on Specialist Roster
- Objective measures of speaking-related anxiety in persons who stutter. Funded by the University Facilitating Fund at George Washington University.
- Virtual reality environments for stuttering treatment. Funded by NIH (NIDCD)
- Ph.D., Communication Disorders, Minor: Gerontology; University of Minnesota, MN, December 1993
- M.A., Communication Disorders, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, September 1989
- B.S., Secondary Education/Communication Disorders, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI December 1984
- Board Recognized Specialist and Mentor in Fluency Disorders, (BRS-FD) American Speech-Language Hearing Association, 2000-present
- Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology, American Speech-Language Hearing Association, 1990-present
- Award for Continuing Education, American Speech-Language Hearing Association
Hancock, A., Stone, M., Brundage, S., & Zeigler, M. (in press). Voice and diction training: Impact on public speaking attitudes. Accepted for publication in Journal of Voice.
Brundage, S. (2007). Virtual reality augmentation for functional assessment and treatment of stuttering. Topics in Language Disorders, 27, 254-271.
Brundage, S., Hancock, A., *Kiselewich, K., Graap, K., Brooks, J., & Ferrer, M. (2007). PWS and non-PWS self-reports of communication apprehension and confidence when giving speeches to virtual and live audiences. In J. Au-Yeung and M. Leahy (Eds.). Proceedings of the 5th World Congress on Fluency Disorders: Research, treatment, and self-help in fluency disorders: new horizons (pp.439-445), Dublin: International Fluency Association.
Brundage, S., Graap, K., *Gibbons, K.,. Ferrer, M., & Brooks, J. (2006). Frequency of stuttering during challenging and supportive virtual reality job interviews. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 31, 325-339.
Brundage, S., Bothe, A., *Lengeling, A., & *Evans, J. (2006). Comparing judgments of stuttering made by students, clinicians, and authorities. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 31, 271-283.
Brundage, S., *Bowers, M., Garcia-Barry, S. and *Schierts, M. (2006). Describing the processes involved in treatment: An analysis of clinicians’ verbal behaviors in a community reintegration program for TBI survivors. Journal of Allied Health, 35, 81-88.
Brundage, S., Hancock, A., *Kiselewich, K., & *Stallings, L. (2007). Affective, behavioral and cognitive measures of stuttering during speeches to virtual and live audiences. Proceedings of the 12th annual CyberTherapy conference: Transforming Healthcare Through Technology. San Diego: Interactive Media Institute, p. 318.
Brundage, S. & Graap, K. (2006). Manipulating stuttering during virtual job interviews. Annual Review of CyberTherapy and Telemedicine. San Diego, CA: Interactive Media Institute, p. 197.
- Associate coordinator, ASHA Special Interest Division 4: Fluency Disorders
- Member, CCAS Assessment Committee, GWU
- Graduate Program Director, Speech and Hearing Sciences Department
- SPHR 4118W: Senior Seminar
- SPHR 6210: Research in Communication Sciences and Disorders
- SPHR 1011: Voice and Diction
- SPHR 6251: Speech Fluency Disorders Seminar (summer)
- Fluency Disorders
- Neurogenic Disorders