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Gordon-Salant receives Kawana Award

Gordon-Salant receives Kawana Award

The Kawana Award honor is bestowed by the ASHA Publications Board each year to a single ASHA member whose work reflects a sustained, decades-long record of important scientific publications.   According to the Publication Board, Dr. Gordon-Salant’s work has been of the highest quality and has had great impact on our knowledge of speech perception and psychoacoustics.  She will receive the award at the Honors Ceremony during the 2013 ASHA Convention in Chicago in November.

February 12, 2013


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