ACADEMICS

Lori Bass

Assistant Professor

I am a pediatric speech-language pathologist with over 20 years of clinical experience. My research interests have grown out of my clinical experiences and now include investigating classroom-based supports for children at-risk for poor academic outcomes as the result of experiential or developmental differences. I invite you to take a look at the work going on in my CLOUDS laboratory - Cultivating Language OUtcomes in Diverse Systems.

Education

1995
Indiana University Bloomington
Psychology
BA
1997
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Speech Pathology and Audiology
MA
2007
Florida State University
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Ph.D.
Skills Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist

Publications

  • Articles
  • Presentations
Articles
Just Ask Me Again: An Analysis of Receptive Vocabulary Performance of Children from Low-Income Environments Read More
Talks
Teaching "Thinking Words" to Adolescents with High Functioning Autism Read More

Research

CLOUDS Lab - Cultivating Language OUtcomes in Diverse Systems

The mission of CLOUDS Lab is to research and develop effective, easy-to-implement programs designed to support the language needs of students at-risk for poor academic outcomes in the general education classroom.

Courses

CD 115

Normal Development of Speech and Language


An undergraduate course designed to provide students with a solid foundation in typical speech and language development over the course of childhood and adolescence.
3 credits
CD 921

Language Disorders in Children


This course is designed to provide graduate students in Communication Sciences and Disorders with information regarding the evaluation, treatment planning, and intervention for children and adolescents with suspected and identified language disorders, including specific language impairment, autism, TBI and trauma, and genetic/chromosomal disorders.
4 credits