NLLs sommerkonferanse og landsmøte 2018

Norsk logopedi 70 år

Scandic Fornebu, 7. – 9. juni 2018
Jan-Eric Gustafsson
Jan-Eric Gustafsson is professor emeritus of education at the University of Gothenburg and professor II at the Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Oslo. His research has primarily focused on basic and applied topics within the field of educational psychology, and particularly so on developing models for the structure of cognitive abilities, and on assessment and development of abilities, knowledge and skills. In parallel with the substantively oriented research he has also been involved in development of quantitative methodology, focusing on measurement and statistical analysis. To an increasing extent he has become involved in national educational policy issues and he recently chaired a governmental School Commission, aiming for improvements of the quality and equity of the Swedish school system.
Hartmut Zückner
Hartmut Zückner is a speech and language therapist and holds a state diploma (RWTH Aachen University) in German literature and linguistics. He has specialized in fluency disorders taking part in education courses and workshops on Van Riper Therapy, Successful Stuttering Management Program (SSMP-Therapy) and counselling. Since 1995 he has given lectures on stuttering and cluttering therapy for Speech and Language Therapists at RWTH Aachen University. The Intensive Stuttering Modification approach (IMS) is a wide-spread treatment program used by German clinicians that was developed by Zückner. The IMS is a program for adults and adolescents who stutter and is influenced by Van Riper, Sheehan and Wingate. Zückner has also developed an assessment instrument measuring the desensitization status of adult persons who stutter, the Desensitization Questionnaire Stuttering (DST) and he has published numerous books and articles in the area of fluency disorders.
Loraine Obler
Loraine Obler is a Distinguished Professor in the Program in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. She and Martin Albert are co-PIs of the Language in the Aging Brain Laboratory at the Boston University School of Medicine and the Boston VA Healthcare System. Her research has focused on bilingual aphasia (e.g., in The Bilingual Brain: Neuropsychological and Neurolinguistic Aspects of Bilingualism, co-authored with Martin Albert), and dementia, the language changes of healthy aging, and agrammatism across languages (e.g., Agrammatic Aphasia: A Cross-Language Narrative Sourcebook, co-authored with Lise Menn. She is on the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Center for the Study of Multilingualism in Society across the Lifespan at University of Oslo), chairs the Steering Committee of the Hadassah Academic College MA Program in Multilingual and Multicultural Speech-Language-Pathology, and will be Chair of the Governing Board of the Academy of Aphasia from 2018-2020.

Relevant publications:

  • Obler, L. K., Albert, M. L., Spiro, A., Goral, M., Brady, C. B., Rykhlevskaia, E., Hyun, J., and Schnyer, D. (2011). Language changes associated with aging. In Albert M. and Knoefel J. (Eds.), Clinical neurology of aging, (3rd Ed), NY, NY: Oxford University Press, 485-494.
  • Pekkala, S., Wiener, D., Himali, J. J., Beiser, A. S., Obler, L. K., Liu, Y., McKee, A., Auerbach, S., Seshadri, S., Wolf, P. A., and Au, R. (2013). Lexical retrieval in discourse: An early indicator of Alzheimer’s dementia. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 27 (12), 905–921.
Hilda Sønsterud
Hilda Sønsterud er logoped i Statped sørøst, avdeling språk/tale, og PhD-stipendiat ved Psykologisk institutt, UiO. Hun arbeider i hovedsak med veiledning og klinisk oppfølging i brukersaker og holder kurs innenfor feltet. Hun arbeider også med forskning og fagutvikling, og er spesielt opptatt av stammebehandling og effektvurdering i relasjon til personer med stamming og/eller personer med løpsk tale. Hun har for tiden permisjon fra sitt ordinære arbeide for å gjennomføre PhD-prosjektet «Stammebehandling –hva hjelper for hvem?». Prosjektet er et samarbeid mellom Statped avdeling språk/tale, Universitetet i Oslo (Institutt for psykologi og Institutt for spesialpedagogikk) og Norsk interesseforening for stamming og løpsk tale. Prosjektet er støttet av Extrastiftelsen Helse og Rehabilitering.

Relevante publikasjoner:

  • Sønsterud, Sjøstrand & Hoff (2017). Å håndtere stammingen. Ord til besvær - Livet med stamming. Red. Albrigtsen, Stauri og Wright. Abstrakt forlag.
  • Sønsterud & Hoff (2017). Hva er stamming? Ord til besvær - Livet med stamming. Red. Albrigtsen, Stauri og Wright. Abstrakt forlag.

Jenny Iwarsson
Jenny Iwarsson är utbildad och har disputerad vid Karolinska Institutet i Stockholm. Idag arbetar hon som lektor i Audiologopædi vid Köpenhamns Universitet, med undervisning och forskning inom röst. Hennes forskningsintressen är bland annat auditiv och akustisk röstanalys, samt hur logopeden kan bidra till ändring av vanor och beteende inom röst- och talträning. På Jenny sin personlige hemsida kan man kan läsa mer om hennes publikationer och undervisningsområden: http://nors.ku.dk/ansatte/?pure=da/persons/286051

Relevant publikasjon

  • Jenny Iwarsson (2015). Facilitating behavioral learning and habit change in voice therapy-theoretic premises and practical strategies. Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology; 40:4, 179-186. DOI: 10.3109/14015439.2014.936498.

Maggie Snowling
Maggie Snowling is President of St. John’s College at the University of Oxford. She completed her first degree at Bristol and her doctorate at University College London. She is also professionally qualified as a clinical psychologist. She was awarded the British Psychological Society Presidents' Award (2003) and the Samuel T Orton Award of the International Dyslexia Association (2005); she is Past-President of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading and former Joint Editor of the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. She served on Sir Jim Rose’s Expert Advisory Group on provision for Dyslexia and was an expert member of the Education for All: Fast Track Initiative group in Washington DC in 2011. She has been awarded honorary doctorates from Goldsmiths London (2010), University College London (2014) and Warwick University (2016) for contributions to the science of reading and dyslexia.

She is Fellow of the British Academy, Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences and Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences. She was appointed CBE for services to science and the understanding of dyslexia in 2016.

Relevant publications

  • Snowling, M. J., Duff, F. J., Nash, H. M., & Hulme, C. (2016). Language profiles and literacy outcomes of children with resolving, emerging, or persisting language impairments. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 57, 1360-1369 doi:10.1111/jcpp.12497
  • Bishop, D V M, Snowling, M J., Thompson,PA., Greenhalgh,T & CATALISE consortium (2016). CATALISE: a multinational and multidisciplinary Delphi consensus study. Identifying language impairments in children. PLOS ONE, 11(7), e0158753. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0158753
  • Bishop DV, Snowling MJ, Thompson PA, Greenhalgh T, CATALISE-2 consortium. (2017) CATALISE: a multinational and multidisciplinary Delphi consensus study of problems with language development. Phase 2. Terminology. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry Preprint https://doi.org/10.7287/peerj.preprints.2484v1