Roberta Jackson (Robbie) is a senior lecturer in the department of Communication Sciences and Disorders joining the program Fall 1999. With over 30 years of university teaching, she has held positions at the University of California-Santa Barbara, California State University-Long Beach, and California Lutheran University.
Robbie's clinical interests and expertise are in communication disorders in children, specifically stuttering, phonology and language, and in the assessment process for all communication disorders. Currently her research interests center around speech sound disorders, fluency and language learning disabilities. She teaches Voice Disorders, Fluency and Stuttering, and Intervention courses at the undergraduate level and Assessment, Disorders of Fluency, Phonological Acquisition and Behavior, and Advanced Clinical Practice at the graduate level.
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