Connie Porcaro, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Office Number: 561-297-1137
Office Location: Boca, 47 - ED 450

cporcaro@fau.edu

Refereed Works

Journal Publications

Grama, R., Coppens, P., Greenwald, M., & Keintz, C.K. (2016). Collaborative methods for training research and evidence-based practice: The TRIAD Model. Contemporary Issues in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 43 139-153.

Naharci, I., Engstrom, G., Keintz, C.K. , Danesh, A., Tappen, R., & Ouslander, J. (2016). Association between self-reported hearing loss and frailty in four ethnic groups. West Indian Medical Journal 65, DOI: 10.7727/wimj.2016.174

Keintz, C.K. (2011). Utilization of visual information and listener strategies in intelligibility improvement related to bilateral facial paralysis. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 13, (6), 510-517.

Danesh, A., Buemi, M., & Keintz, C.K. (2010). Neurofibromatosis: Audiologic and Genetic Manifestations. Medical Data Review 2, (3).

Boliek, C., Keintz, C.K., Norrix, L.W., & Obrzut, J. (2010). Auditory-visual perception of speech in children with learning disabilities: The McGurk Effect. Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, 34 (6), 124-131.

Bunton, K. & Keintz, C.K. (2008). Effects of a concurrent motor task on speech intelligibility in speakers with Parkinson disease. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology, 16 (3) 141-155.

Keintz, C.K., Bunton, K., & Hoit, J.D. (2007). Influence of visual information on the intelligibility of dysarthric speech. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 6, 222-234.

Book Chapters

Keintz, C. K. & Williams, D. F. (2011). Swallowing Disorders. In Williams, D.F. Communication Sciences and Disorders: An Introduction to the Professions. Taylor & Franics, New York, NY.