Dr. Patricia YacobacciAssociate ProfessorCurriculum VitaeE-mail: email@example.com Phone: 201-200-3116Office: Professional Studies Building 350
Specializations: Language/Speech Development and Disorders (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Clinical Competence Certification: CCC-SLP), Cognitive Processing
Ph.D., Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation, Syracuse University (1978)M.E.D., Education of the Deaf, Smith College (1970)B.S., Speech Pathology & Audiology, University of Georgia (1969)
2001, New York University, Research GrantThe effects of music therapy on language and suprasegmental production in children with cochlear implants. Presentation made at ASHA, Atlanta, GA.
1992-1993, NIH Funded Post Doctoral StudiesInterdisciplinary Research (Rehabilitation Based NYU Med School)
1991, Externship in Speech-Language PathologyRusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, New York University Medical Center
1990, New York University, University Wide Curriculum Development GrantGraduate training for speech-language pathologist: hearing impaired.
2000-2006, American Speech, Language and Hearing Association Site VisitorData verification for program accreditation.
Yacobacci, P. (2015). Articulation and Fluency in Early Childhood. Presentation in Oxford, England. Working on submission for publication.
Presentation at American Speech, Language and Hearing Association, 2012: Speech-Language Services in Nepal.Presentation at American Speech, Language and Hearing Association, 2010: The State of Education and Speech-Language Services in Tabago, West Indies. Sarno, Cardoso, & Yacobacci. (2008). Document being reviewed (dysarthria).
Yacobacci, P. (2000). “Lessons Learned from the Past.” Translated into Greek and Published by University of Patras.