Patricia Tattersall Ph.D., CCC-SLP
- COMD 423: Developmental Speech and Language Disorders
- COMD 429: Assessment in Communicative Disorders
- COMD 607: Language Disorders in the School-Age Population
- COMD 671: Advanced Clinical Phonology
- Ph.D., Western Michigan University
- M.S.Ed., Northern Illinois University, Literacy Education
- M.A., Northern Illinois University, Speech Language Pathology
- B.S., University of Iowa
- Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology
- Licensed to practice speech-language pathology in the state of Illinois, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR)
- Teacher Licensure: SLP (Teaching), Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE)
- Teacher Licensure: Reading Specialist, Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE)
- Oral and written language disorders in individuals 5 years through young adults.
- Connection between oral and written language
- Service Delivery
- Instructional Design
Current Research Studies
- Tattersall, P. “Morphological analysis of 6th grade students with and without language learning disorders.”
- Tattersall, P. “Phonological Disorders: Has the Evidence Influenced Assessment and Intervention?”
- Emmert, L. & Tattersall, P. “Efficacy of RTI Tier One Vocabulary Intervention in 2nd graders when implemented by a Speech-Language Pathologist.”
- Tattersall, P. "Evaluation of Native Language Spelling in Spanish-English Speaking Students: Comparison of Two Scoring Systems Across Two Spelling Tasks.”
- Tattersall, P. (2015). “Flipped” Classroom: Benefits versus challenges for CSD faculty and students. American Speech Language Hearing Association Perspectives SIGS 10.
- Tattersall, P., Nelson, N., & Tyler, A. (2015). Associations among Nonword Repetition and Phonemic and Vocabulary Awareness: Implications for Intervention. Child Language Teaching and Therapy. DOI: 10.1177/0123456789123456.
- Tattersall, P., Nelson, N., & Tyler, A. (2015) A Pilot Study Comparing Two Nonword Repetition Tasks for Use in a Formal Test Battery. Communication Disorders Quarterly, 36, 172-176.