Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Camarata, Stephen M. , Ph.D.
Professor of Hearing and Speech Sciences
Professor of Psychiatry

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Phone Number: (615) 936-5111

Email Address:stephen.m.camarata.2@vanderbilt.edu

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Office Address   Mailing Address

Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Ctr 10215 MCE- South Tower 37212-8700


Research Keywords
Early language development, intervention, children

Publications
Camarata, Stephen, Yoder, Paul, Camarata, Mary. Simultaneous treatment of grammatical and speech-comprehensibility deficits in children with Down syndrome. Downs Syndr Res Pract, 11(1), 9-17, 2006.

Yoder, Paul J, Camarata, Stephen, Camarata, Mary, Williams, Susan M. Association between differentiated processing of syllables and comprehension of grammatical morphology in children with Down syndrome. Am J Ment Retard, 111(2), 138-52, 2006.

Camarata, Stephen M, Wertz, Robert T. Treatment efficacy research: a window into genetic and neurodevelopmental correlates of developmental disabilities. Ment Retard Dev Disabil Res Rev, 10(3), 159-61, 2004.

Gillum, Heather, Camarata, Stephen. Importance of treatment efficacy research on language comprehension in MR/DD research. Ment Retard Dev Disabil Res Rev, 10(3), 201-7, 2004.

Haines, Jonathan, Camarata, Stephen. Examination of candidate genes in language disorder: a model of genetic association for treatment studies. Ment Retard Dev Disabil Res Rev, 10(3), 208-17, 2004.

Camarata, S. The Kennedy Center at Vanderbilt University. Int J Dev Neurosci, 20(3-5), 441, 2002.

Camarata, Stephen, Yoder, Paul. Language transactions during development and intervention: theoretical implications for developmental neuroscience. Int J Dev Neurosci, 20(3-5), 459-65, 2002.

Camarata, S M, Nelson, K E, Camarata, M N. Comparison of conversational-recasting and imitative procedures for training grammatical structures in children with specific language impairment. J Speech Hear Res, 37(6), 1414-23, 1994.

Haley, K L, Camarata, S M, Nelson, K E. Social valence in children with specific language impairment during imitation-based and conversation-based language intervention. J Speech Hear Res, 37(2), 378-88, 1994.

Camarata, S. The application of naturalistic conversation training to speech production in children with speech disabilities. J Appl Behav Anal, 26(2), 173-82, 1993. PMCID:1297736


Postdoctoral Position Available
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Postdoctoral Position Details
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Updated Date
11/20/2006



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