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Communication Disorders

College of Health Sciences

 Breanne I. Krueger, PhD, CCC-SLP

Photo showing Dr. Breanna Krueger. Assistant Professor
Speech Sound Disorders & Speech Perception
Ph.D., University of Kansas, 2017
M.A.,  University of Kansas, 2013
M.A., Linguistics, University of Kansas, 2011
B.A., University of Wyoming, 2007        (307) 766-5576        Health Sciences Room 247E






Research Interests:

Dr. Krueger’s research specializes in speech sound disorders Her main interests include improving treatment efficiency and efficacy for late-acquired sounds, such as /r/, and the role of speech sound disorders on children’s speech perception and phonological abilities. Her current line of research has determined that age of the child may impact the efficiency and efficacy of treatment for late-acquired sounds. Dr. Krueger continues to pursue this line by examining the impact of age further through treatment studies.


Phonological Assessment and Intervention, Introduction to Communication Sciences and Disorders

Affiliations & Associations:

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
ASHA Special Interest Group 19: Speech Science


Refereed Journals:

Krueger, B.I., Storkel, H.L. & Minai, U. (Under Review). The influence of misarticulations on children’s word identification. American Journal of Speech-Language and Hearing Research.

Krueger, B.I. & Storkel, H.L. (In preparation). Real-object bias in the identification of misarticulated words. American Journal of Speech-Language and Hearing Research.

Krueger, B.I. & Storkel, H.L. (In preparation). The impact of age on the treatment of late-acquired sounds. Speech, Language and Hearing Services in Schools.

Book Chapters:

Krueger, B.I. & Storkel, H.L. (2016). The effect of speech sound disorders on the developing language system: Implications for treatment and future directions in research. Gaskell, M.G. & Mirkovic, J. (Eds.), Current issues in the psychology of language; Speech perception and spoken word recognition.  United Kingdom: Psychology Press.


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