Editor - McLoddy R. Kadyamusuma | The State University of New Yo | 19415
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Journal of Speech Pathology & Therapy
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McLoddy R. Kadyamusuma

McLoddy R. Kadyamusuma
McLoddy R. Kadyamusuma
Assistant Professor
Departement of Communication Disorders & Sciences
The State University of New York at Fredonia
The State University of New York at Fredonia


Dr. Kadyamusuma is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences at State University of New York at Fredonia. He is a Neurolinguist by training, with experience in investigating the relationship between language and the brain in adults with neurological damage and also in healthy speakers. He currently teaches courses in Phonetics, Linguistics, Neurolinguistics, Multicultural Issues, Communication Disorders and Neurogenic Language disorders. His primary interests are in Multilingualism, language processing, language assessment and aphasia in healthy and neurologically impaired speakers. He is also interested in processing of prosody in native and non-native speakers focusing on lexical tone perception and production by different groups. Dr. Kadyamusuma currently leads the Adult Language Research Lab at SUNY Fredonia. The main subgroups under investigation at the present moment are French, Spanish, Shona, Zulu, and English speakers.

Research Interest

Language processing in Bilingual speakers, Bilingual aphasia, Bilingual Assessment Production and Perception of lexical tone in patients with brain damage Crosslinguistic studies of non-native speech production and perception

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