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Our Faculty and Staff - In-sop Kim, Ph. D.

Dr. In-sop Kim

Insop.kim@umit.maine.edu

In-sop Kim is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Dr. Kim’s research interests are in motor speech disorders, specifically in speech characteristics and treatment efficacy of people with apraxia of speech (AOS) and Parkinson’s disease. His other interests focus on neurocognition, attention and language, and speech impairment in people with neurogenic disorders such as dementia, and cognitive processing in bilingual populations.

Education

  • Ph. D. 2007 Florida State University (Communication Science and Disorders)
  • M.S Degree Program Speech pathology, Florida State University. Converted to Ph. D program 2002
  • B.A. 1999 Daegu University. South Korea (Speech-Language Pathology)

 

Courses

  • CSD 130 Introduction to Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • CSD 687 Motor speech and Swallowing Disorders

 

Membership

  • American Speech Language-Hearing Association; Member without certification
  • Korea Speech-Language & Hearing Association (KSHA) – Certificate for Speech Language Pathologist in Korea

 

Selected Publications and Presentations

  • Kang, HS., & Kim, IS. (2011). Perceived and actual competence and ethnic identity in heritage language learning: a case of Korean-American college students. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, (in print).
  • Kim, IS., & Seo, I. S. (2011). Treating apraxia of speech (AOS) using the motor learning guided (MLG) Approach. Journal of Brain and NeuroRehabilitation, 4, 64-68.
  • Kim, IS., Hancock, A. B., & LaPointe, L. L. (2010). The motoric-cognition reaction time dilemma in Parkinson disease: Influence of initiation delay. Journal of Speech-Language & Hearing Disorders, 19, 197-208.
  • Kim, IS & Cunningham, D. (November, 2010). Assessing processing between dementia and normal elderly population. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of American Speech-Language Hearing Association, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Kim, IS & Kang, HS. (November, 2010). Cognitive processing in English Korean bilingual speakers across distraction conditions. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of American Speech-Language Hearing Association, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Seo, IH., Kim, IS., Lee, OB., Lee, SJ., & Chung, PS. (September, 2010). Voluntary laryngeal motor control therapy for muscle misuse voice disorders with whispering. Poster session presented at the 4th meeting of World Voice Congress Voice 2010, Seoul, South Korea.
  • Sept, 2010- Invited to Korean Speech Language and Hearing Association (Special guest speaker-translator). Recent issues and research in neurogenic communication disorders. Five hours platform session, special workshop at Korean speech therapy conference for speech language Pathologists, Dae-gu, South Korea.
  • Kim, IS (March, 2010).Cognitive-communicative disorders (attention, memory and executive functions). Three hours platform session at Quad Cities Speech-Language Hearing Association (QSHA)Workshop, Quad Cities, IL
  • Lee, OB., Han, JY., Kim, IS., & Seo, IH. (November, 2009). Vowel space and intelligibility for monosyllables by dysarthric speakers. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of American Speech-Language Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Seo, IH., Kim, IS., Lee, OB., Lee, SJ., & Chung, PS (November, 2009). Voluntary laryngeal motor control therapy for muscle tension dysphonia. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of American Speech-Language Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • July, 2009- Invited to Korean Speech Language and Hearing Association (Special guest speaker). Neurogenic voice disorders. Four hours platform session at the 40th Korean speech therapy conference for speech language Pathologists, Dae-gu, South Korea.
  • Kim, IS., & Lockhart, G. (November, 2008). The attention processing among aphasia, dementia and normal elderly population. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of American Speech-Language Hearing Association, Chicago, IL.
  • Kim, IS., Mcnally, C., Luginbuh, L., Riel, J., & Bridgewater, L. (November, 2008). Effect of motor learning theory based approach on motor retention for individuals who speak ESL. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of American Speech-Language Hearing Association, Chicago, IL.
  • Harbers, H., Kim, IS., Lohman, B., Kim, M & Rainville, E (November, 2008). Cross-Linguistic Study in Phonological Awareness. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of American Speech-Language Hearing Association, Chicago, IL.
  • November, 2008- Invited to Korean Speech Language and Hearing Association (Special guest speaker). Neurolinguistic and Neurocognitive Research in People with Parkinson Disease. Two hours platform session at the 16th Conference on Speech Language Pathology, Dae-gu, South Korea.
  • Kim, IS., LaPointe, L. L.,Stierwalt, J. A., & Zwaan, R. A. (Nov, 2007). Learning and Retention of Novel Speech Behaviors: Effect of Feedback and Practice Trial Schedules. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of American Speech-Language Hearing Association, Boston, MA.
  • Kim, IS., Hancock, A. B., LaPointe, L. L., Apel, L., Stierwalt, J. A. & Chin, YC. (November, 2007). Reaction Time Dilema in Neuromotor Disorders: Cognitive or Motoric? Poster session presented at the annual meeting of American Speech-Language Hearing Association, Boston, MA.

 


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