Dr. Nagle joined the faculty of the Department of Speech-Language Pathology after completing a post-doctoral research experience at the Center for Laryngeal Surgery and Voice Rehabilitation at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Boston. At MGH, she investigated the association between acoustic and perceptual characteristics of alaryngeal speech produced with an electrolarynx with EMG-activated pitch modulation.
At Seton Hall University, Dr. Nagle teaches:
- Introduction to Communication Disorders
- Voice & Voice Disorders
- Biomedical Ethics & Professionalism for Speech-Language Pathologists
- Research Methods II
As Director of the Speech and Voice Outcomes (SVO) Lab, Dr. Nagle investigates auditory-perceptual and acoustic outcomes for voice and speech with collaborators at Boston University, University of Washington, MGH/Harvard Medical School, and Western University in Canada. She serves on the Editorial Review Board of the Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research.
Dr. Nagle’s research has been funded in part by a 2018 American Speech Language Hearing Foundation New Investigator Research Grant and a 2018 ASHA Advancing Academic Research Careers award.
- PhD, Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Washington
- MS, Speech-Language Pathology, University of Washington
- BS, Speech & Hearing Sciences, University of Washington
- AB, History, College of the Holy Cross
- Influence of phonatory break duration and pause time on auditory-perceptual ratings of speech acceptability and listener comfort in adductor-type laryngeal dystonia. Journal of Voice, in press. December, 2021.
- Effect of noise on speech intelligibility & perceived listening effort in head & neck cancer. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 30 (3S), 1329-1342. February, 2021.
- Perceptual and acoustic assessment of strain using synthetically modified voice samples. Journal of Speech Language & Hearing Research, 62, 3897-3908. November, 2020.
- Elements of Clinical Training for Electromechanical Speech. In Doyle, P. (Ed.), Clinical Care and Rehabilitation in Head and Neck Cancer (NY, NY: Springer). 2019
- Perceived listener effort as an outcome measure for disordered speech. Journal of Communication Disorders, 78, 34-49. May-June, 2018
- Emerging Scientist: Challenges to the CAPE-V as a Standard. SIG 3: Perspectives American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 1, 47-53, July 2016
- Generating tonal distinctions in Mandarin Chinese using an electrolarynx with preprogrammed tone patterns. Speech Communication, 18, 229-242, 2016
- Everyday listeners’ impressions of speech produced by individuals with adductor spasmodic dysphonia. Journal of Communication Disorders, 58, 1-13, 2015
- Can intensive phonomotor treatment modify accent? A phase I study. Speech, Language and Hearing, 18(4), 229-242, 2015
- Does the presence or location of graphic markers affect untrained listeners' ratings of severity of dysphonia? Journal of Voice, 28(4), 469-475, July 2014
- Listener effort for highly intelligible tracheoesophageal speech. Journal of Communication Disorders, 45(3), 235-245, May 2012
- Effect of fundamental frequency on judgments of electrolaryngeal speech. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 21(2), 154-166, May 2012