Dr. Turner, Professor of Communication Disorders, earned his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Turner’s interests focus in speech science, fluency disorders, motor speech disorders, voice disorders, and clinical supervision. He also works with the faculty and staff as the program coordinator. Dr. Turner has a history of serving in a variety of capacities within and outside the university.
Paramby, T., Abbott, K., V., Turner, G., Kimble, C., Dejonge, R. (2018). Comparing fundamental frequency within and across speakers of Hindi and English, Journal of Indian Speech Language & Hearing Association, 32 (2). 1-6.
Turner, G., Roach, L., & deJonge, R. (2016). Lip contact pressure while talking in background noise. SIG 19: Perspectives on Speech Science.
Turner, G. (2015). Motor Speech Disorders. In G. L. Lof & A. F. Johnson (Eds) National Speech-Language Pathology Examination Review & Study Guide. Evanston, IL: TherapyEd.
Searl, J., Knollhoff, S., & Turner, G. (2018). Bilabial Contact Pressure for Stops in Parkinson's Disease Relative to Maximum Lip Strength. Presented at the Annual Convention for the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association, Boston, MA., Nov, 2018.
Turner, G. & Turner, J. (2018). Living the ICF Model: A Patient Perspective. Presented at the Annual Convention for the Missouri Speech, Language, and Hearing Association, Osage Beach, MO., April, 2018.
Lansford, L. & Turner, G. (2018). Stress Velopharyngeal Insufficiency. Presented at the Annual Convention for the Missouri Speech, Language, and Hearing Association, Osage Beach, MO., April, 2018.
In his spare time, Dr. Turner enjoys travel, outdoor activities (especially ziplining), and taming the weeds in his yard. Dr. Turner is especially fond of his wife Joni and their beautiful blended family.