Amber Franklin, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Amber FranklinEducation

Doctor of Philosophy in Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Washington, 2009

Master of Science, University of Rhode Island, 1999

Bachelor of Science, McMaster University, 1995

Professional Recognition and Affiliation

Career Collaborative Grant, Miami University “Training speech pathology and audiology students to host dialogues about race and racial disparities in healthcare.” Amount: $2,000, 2021

Career Collaborative Grant Miami University: "Enhancing Diversity in Speech Pathology and Audiology." Amount: $1,900, 2019

Miami University Humanities Center Grant to support an outside speaker for the series “What the L: Language Research at Miami.” Amount: $1,700, 2017

ASHA Advancing Academic Research Careers. Amount: $5,000, 2012

Kirschtein National Research Service Award F31 HD046412-05 Minority predoctoral fellowship. National Institutes of Health–National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. University of Washington, 2004 - 2009

Training Grant T32 DC0033, University of Washington; National Institutes of Health-National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders. Role: Trainee, PI: Christopher Moore, 2003 – 2004

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

National Black Association of Speech Language and Hearing

Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist; State of Ohio

Center for Human Development, Learning and Technology, Executive Board Member


Language Learning Pronunciation and Perception (L2P2)

Selected Publications

Mayes, M., Payne, M., & Franklin, A.D. (2020). One of One: Addressing Feelings of Isolation among Black Students in CSD.  Journal of the National Black Association of Speech Language and Hearing.

Franklin, A.D. & Nurse, L. (2020). Do small islands count? A commentary about combatting population bias in CSD research. Journal of the National Black Association of Speech Language and Hearing.

Jamieson, P.A., Franklin, A. D., Sunderhaus, R.  & Bell, C. (2016). Improved method for creating criterion maps for automatic mind map analysis. Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), 2016.

Franklin, A.D., Oksanen, K. & Gilftert, K (2016)Goodness and accentedness ratings of /hVt/ words by naïve and aware listeners.  American Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 25(4), 620-633.

Franklin, A.D.  & McDaniel, L. R. (2016). Exploring a phonological processes approach to adult pronunciation training. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology.  25(2), 172 – 182  doi:10.1044/2015_AJSLP-14-0172

Franklin, A., Li, T., Jamieson, P., Semlak, J., & Vanderbush, W. (2015, October). Evaluating metrics for automatic mind map assessment in various classes. In Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), 2015. 32614 2015. IEEE (pp. 1-8).

Franklin, A.D. & Stoel-Gammon, C.  (2014).  Using multiple measures to document change in English vowels produced by Japanese, Korean, and Spanish speakers: The case for goodness and intelligibility. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology.10(5), 314-326.

Franklin, A. D. (2012).  Acquisition of a Phonological System in Adulthood.  In B.V. Peter & A. MacLeod  (Eds.), Comprehensive Perspectives on Child Speech Development and Disorders. Nova Science Publishers Inc. Hauppauge, N.Y. 

Franklin, A.D. , Stoel-Gammon, C and Wassink A., (2008). Acoustic Quantification of /i/-/ɪ/ Overlap in Children 21 to 33 Months. International Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 10(5), 314-326.

Wassink, A., Wright, R., and Franklin, A. (2007). Intraspeaker variability in vowel production: An investigation of motherese, hyperspeech, and Lombard speech in Jamaican speakers. Journal of Phonetics, 35, 363-379.

Culatta, B., Kovarsky, D., Theadore, G. Franklin, A. and Timler, G. (2003). Quantitative and qualitative documentation of early literacy instruction. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 12, 172-188.