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Brett Myers
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Brett Myers, PhD, CCC-SLP

  • Brett Myers is an Associate Professor (Clinical) and the Director of Clinical Education for Speech-Language Pathology in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. He completed a B.A. in Psychology and Voice & Speech (McDaniel College, 2010), an M.A. in Communication Sciences & Disorders (University of Iowa, 2013), and a Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies: Hearing & Speech and Psychology (Vanderbilt University, 2019).

    As a clinical faculty member, Brett instructs and supervises graduate students in conducting behavioral treatment of voice disorders. Brett also serves as Digital Associate Editor for the Psychonomic Society. Brett's research interests include cognitive processes in speech production, motor control of voice and speech, and treatment modalities in voice disorders.

    Outside of the clinic, Brett is an actor, director, and dialect coach for stage productions. He enjoys traveling and visiting his friends and family across the country.

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  • Brett Myers is an Associate Professor (Clinical) and the Director of Clinical Education for Speech-Language Pathology in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. He completed a B.A. in Psychology and Voice & Speech (McDaniel College, 2010), an M.A. in Communication Sciences & Disorders (University of Iowa, 2013), and a Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies: Hearing & Speech and Psychology (Vanderbilt University, 2019).

    As a clinical faculty member, Brett instructs and supervises graduate students in conducting behavioral treatment of voice disorders. Brett also serves as Digital Associate Editor for the Psychonomic Society. Brett's research interests include cognitive processes in speech production, motor control of voice and speech, and treatment modalities in voice disorders.

    Outside of the clinic, Brett is an actor, director, and dialect coach for stage productions. He enjoys traveling and visiting his friends and family across the country.

    Selected Publications

    Journal Article

    1. Myers BR, Finnegan EM (2015). The effect of articulation on the perceived loudness of the projected voice. (Epub ahead of print) J Voice.
    2. Paige C, Hopewell BL, Gamsarian V, Myers BR, Patel P, Garrett CG, Francis DO (2018). Characterizing the normative voice tremor frequency in essential vocal tremor. (Epub ahead of print) JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg.
    3. Myers, BR, Mathy, P, Roy, N (2022). Behavioral treatment approaches to lowering pitch in the female voice. (Epub ahead of print) J Voice.
    4. Myers, BR, Hary, E, Ellerston, J, Barkmeier-Kraemer, J (2022). Telepractice for voice evaluation and treatment: Tailoring to specific populations. (Epub ahead of print) Perspect ASHA Spec Interest Groups.
    5. Myers, BR, Titze Cox, K, Manternach, B (2020). Vocal health screenings for university students: The why and the how. (Epub ahead of print) Voice and Speech Review.
    6. Myers, BR, Bell, T (2020). Adapting vocal function exercises for voice masculinization. (Epub ahead of print) Perspectives on Voice and Voice Disorders.
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