Minjung Kim and HyeKyeung Seung, assistant professor and professor of human communication studies, respectively, share the results of their recent study in their co-authored paper, “A Longitudinal Study of the Acquisition of English Speech Sounds by a Minimally Verbal Child With Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Case Study,” in the June issue of Communication Sciences & Disorders, journal of the Korean Academy of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.
Gerard Beenen, associate professor of management, author of the article, “Ready for Your Interns?” a discussion of what companies to do to maximize the benefits of internships, including a rigorous hiring process. The article was published in the May/June issue of Industrial Management. Beenen also was co-author of “Motivating Creativity: The Effects of Sequential and Simultaneous Learning and Performance Achievement Goals on Product Novelty and Usefulness” — about organizations fostering conditions that motivate employees to develop creative solutions that are both novel and useful — in the March issue/Vol. 127 of Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
Dana N. Rutledge, professor of nursing, was co-author of an article “Polysomnography With Quantitative EEG in Patients With and Without Fibromyalgia” in the April issue of the Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology. The article is based on a study of the brain waves during sleep of patients with and without the pain syndrome.