December 4, 2013

ASHA 13 Sketchnote Recap

As stated in my earlier blog post, my goal at ASHA this year was to experiment with sketchnoting. I was extremely pleasantly surprised by both the overall experience and my resulting notes (especially given that I don't consider myself any kind of artist, unless stick figures count).

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November 17, 2013

Stuttering research: the gap in the iceberg

For all the emphasis on holistic, "whole person" approaches to therapy, especially in stuttering treatment, our research is surprisingly lacking. Torrey Louck discussed the exciting possibilities of simultaneous scanning to visually match brain activity to motor acts. Why can we not incorporate emotions into our hard science questions? Or validate our self-awareness strategies with neuroimaging? 

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November 12, 2013

ASHA 13, Part 1: Sketchnotes

Sketchnotes is a way of taking notes that is highly graphical, visual, and big-impact. Wired author James Kelly describes the key premise as "listen more intently, link imagery to the verbal concept and create a more concrete memory, filter out distractions." 

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