Lucinda L. Dean
Communication and science Disorders
School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, UT Dallas
United States of America
Lucinda Dean teaches graduate courses in the communication disorders program and also supervises graduate students in clinical practicum settings. Specifically, she instructs them in the evaluation and treatment for adults with neurogenic communication disorders and children with feeding and swallowing disorders. Ms. Dean also teaches graduate coursework in the areas of pediatric motor speech disorders, pediatric dysphagia, adult neurogenic communication disorders and evaluation and treatment of communication disorders in the public schools. She has worked as a speech-language pathologist in adult and pediatric hospitals, adult long-term care facilities, public schools, and an early childhood intervention program, as well as in private practice. Ms. Dean earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Northern Colorado and her master’s degree from the University of Texas at Dallas.
Memory and cognition, quantitative models, neuroimaging, genomics, Nonverbal cognition with specific projects focused on human aging and memory, long-term memory for faces, perception of faces, eyewitness memory, and music cognition.