Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences: Faculty
Ph.D., University of Illinois
Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist, CCC-SLP
Phone: (409) 880-8176
- Expertise: Child Language (pragmatics and reading); Research Methods
- Teaching: Child language, voice disorders, fluency disorders (stuttering), research methods
- Research: Research design and statistics, reading fluency, pragmatics
- Recent Publications and manuscripts submitted:
- Meline, T. (2006). Research in Communication Sciences and Disorders: Methods-Applications-Evaluation. Pearson/Merrill Prentice Hall.
- Meline, T. (2006). Selecting studies for meta-analysis: Inclusion and exclusion criteria. Contemporary Issues in Communication Science and Disorders.
- Meline, T. (2006). Evidence-based speech-language pathology (practice): What’s new? Perspectives on Language Learning and Education.
- Meline, T. (manuscript in submission). Modeled versus paired reading effects on reading fluency: Mexican-American Third Graders. Language, Speech and Hearing Services in Schools.
- Service Interests: CAA site visitor, Managing Editor of Tejas (Journal of the Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association)
- Personal Note:My writing focuses on research and evidence-based practice issues, and
my research interests include language pragmatics and reading fluency.
I am an Illinois native but have lived in the south for many years. I
worked in rehabilitation in Florida and as a school speech-language
pathologist in Illinois. I have been involved in higher education in
Texas for 15 years.