Gordon W. Blood, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
404B Ford Building
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park PA 16802
Ph.D., Bowling Green State University, 1978
Social aspects (self-concept, perceived communicative competence, stigma, etc.) of fluency and fluency disorders in adolescents and adults; auditory dysfunction in children and adults who stutter; speech, language, and literacy disorders in children in the schools; perceptions of individuals with communication disabilities; job stress of SLPs in rural and urban areas.
Examples of Collaborative Projects
Social Aspects of Stuttering. Currently work is being completed on how adolescents who stutter deal with bullying behavior, stigma-related issues, and overall adjustment. A cohort of sixty-five adolescents is being studied on a number of dimensions related to self-esteem, anxiety, coping, and co-occurring communication and non-speech-language disabilities. Adults who stutter are also being examined for stress, attention, and auditory problems as they relate to social and communicative competence.
Blood, G. W., & Blood, I. M. (2016). Long-term consequences of childhood bullying in adults who stutter: Social anxiety, fear of negative evaluation, self-esteem, and satisfaction with life. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 50, 72-84.
Blood, G. W. and Blood, I. M. (2016). Cyberbullying: Responsibility, Concerns and Personal Experiences of School-based Speech-Language Pathologists. International Journal of Infonomics, 9, 1139-1151.
Blood, G. W., and I. M. Blood. (2016). "Victims Seeking Help from Speech-Language Pathologists: Bullying, Preparedness, and Perceptions." Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica 68, 1, 29-36.
Blood, G. W. and Blood, I. M. (2015). Psychological Health and Coping Strategies of Adolescents with Chronic Stuttering. Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior 3(2), 221-228.
Boyle, M. P. and Blood, G. W. (2015). Stigma and stuttering: conceptualizations, applications, and coping. In K. O. St. Louis (Ed.), Stuttering meets stereotype, stigma, and discrimination: an overview of attitude research (pp. 43–70). Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University Press
Blood, G., Decker, K., Raviotti, K., Leibig, A., Blood, I. (2014). Bullying in Schools: Speech Language Pathologists’ Responses to Specific Bullying Incidents. Journal of Communication Disorders, Deaf Studies & Hearing Aids, 2:4.
Blood, G. (2014). Bullying be Gone! The ASHA Leader, 19(5),36-42.
Blood, G. W., Blood, I. M., Coniglio, A. D., Finke, E. H., Boyle, M. P. (2013). Familiarity breeds support: Speech-language pathologists’ perceptions of bullying of students with autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Communication Disorders, 46 (2), 169–180. DOI:10.1016/j.jcomdis.2013.01.002
Tramontana, G. M., Blood, I. M., Blood, G. W. (2013). Speech-language pathologists’ knowledge of genetics: Perceived confidence, attitudes, knowledge acquisition and practice-based variables. Journal of Communication Disorders, 46 (1), 100–110. DOI:10.1016/j.jcomdis.2012.08.005
Blood, I. M., Blood, G. W. (2011). Podcasts, Google, and YouTube—Oh My! An Innovative Online Course for University Students on Preventing Hearing Loss. SIG 8 Perspectives on Public Health Issues Related to Hearing and Balance, 12, 4–12. DOI:10.1044/hcoa12.1.4
CSD 101 (GHA) Preventing Hearing Loss
CSD 100 (GHA) Preventing Vocal Abuse
CSD 542 Stuttering
CSD 597A Rural Issues: SLPs in the Educational Setting
CSD 597B Speech, Language, and Literacy
CSD 597C PRIDE Seminar
CSD 597E Multicultural Issues in Communication Disorders
CSD 597F Technology, Reading, and Children with Communication Disabilities in Schools
CSD 444 Introduction to Organic Disorders of Speech and Language
- Populations of Special Interest