Associate Clinical Professor
Office: 163 TLRB
Professor Lee Robinson, MS, CCC-SLP, Director of the Brigham Young University Speech and Language Clinic, specializes in assessment and intervention of infants, children and adolescents with social-emotional/pragmatic deficits affecting their social interactions and academic performance. She has presented and written on these topics with Drs. Carol Westby, Bonnie Brinton and Martin Fujiki, all of whom are Fellows of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Additional areas of expertise for Professor Robinson include: enhancing clinical teaching and learning, developing leadership skills in graduate students and improving supervision in graduate internships. In 2014 Ms. Robinson received the Benjamin Cluff Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Professional Practices in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology
Book of Mormon
Developing effective treatment approaches for children who exhibit difficulty with social communication.
Promoting the development of Theory of Mind across the lifespan.
Social communication in children with Autism
Effective teaching approaches for beginning, intermediate and advanced graduate student clinicians in speech-language pathology
Effective internship placement strategies, tracking progress, etc.
The College of Health and Human Services Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences; Western Michigan University
McKay School of Education
Designing a robot to fulfill a low-dose role in an autism therapy team
Using Robotics to Increase Social Engagement in Children With ASD
Incorporating a Robot into an Autism Therapy Team
Enhancing Social Engagement in Children with ASD: Using a Robot
Enhancing Social Engagement in Two Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: The Effects of a Lose-Dose Intervention Program Using a Humanoid Robot