Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

School of Health and Human Sciences

Welcome to my publications page, which provides access to most of my journal articles and book chapters in PDF and Microsoft Office Word formats.

Books

Kamhi, A., & Catts, H. (Eds.). (2012). Language and reading disabilities (3rd ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Kamhi, A., Masterson, J, & Apel, K. (Eds.). (2007). Clinical decision making in language disorders. Baltimore: MD: Brookes.

Catts, H., & Kamhi, A. (Eds.). (2005). The connections between language and reading disabilities. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Catts, H., & Kamhi, A. (Eds.). (2005). Language and reading disabilities (2nd ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Kamhi, A., & Pollock, K. (Eds.). (2005). Phonological disorders in children: Clinical decision making in assessment and intervention. Baltimore: Brooks.

Harris, J., Kamhi, A., & Pollock, K. (Eds.). (2001). Literacy in African-American communities. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Catts, H., & Kamhi, A. (Eds.). (1999). Language and reading disabilities. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Kamhi, A., Pollock, K., & Harris, J. (Eds.). (1996). Communication development and disorders in African-American children: Research, assessment, and intervention. Baltimore: Paul Brookes.

Kamhi, A., & Catts, H. (Eds.). (l989). Reading disabilities: A developmental language perspective. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Book Chapters

Kamhi, A., & Clark, M.K. (2013).  Specific language impairment.  In O. Dulac,  M. Lassonde, &  H.B. Sarnat (Eds.).  Pediatric neurology handbook of clinical neurology.   Elsevier: London.

Kamhi, A. (2012).  Perspectives on assessing and improving reading comprehension.  In A. Kamhi  & H. Catts (Eds.), Language and reading disabilities (3rd ed.).  Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Catts, H., Kamhi, A., & Adlof, S. (2012).  Causes of reading disabilities.  In A. Kamhi  & H. Catts (Eds.), Language and reading disabilities (3rd ed.).  Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Catts, H., Kamhi, A., & Adlof, S. (2012).  Defining and classifying reading disabilities.  In Kamhi & Catts (Eds.) Language and reading disabilities (3rd ed).  Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Kamhi, A., Catts, H. (2012). Reading development. In A. Kamhi & H. Catts (Eds.), Language and reading disabilities (3rd ed.).  Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Kamhi, A., & Catts, H. (2012). Language and reading: Convergences and divergences.  In A. Kamhi  & H. Catts (Eds.), Language and reading disabilities (3rd ed.).  Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Gillam, S., & Kamhi, A. (2010).  Specific language impairment.  In M. Ball, J. Damico, & N. Mueller (Eds.) Handbook  of language and speech disorders.  New York: Blackwell.

Clark M. K., & Kamhi A. (2009). Child language disorders. In J. H. Stone & M. Blouin (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Available online, http://cirrie.buffalo.edu/encyclopedia/article.php?id=31&language=en

Kamhi, A. (2007). Thoughts and reflections on developmental language disorders. [Word] In A. Kamhi, J. Masterson, & K. Apel (Eds.), Clinical decision making in language disorders (pp. 363-378). Baltimore, MD: Brookes.

Kamhi, A. (2005). Finding beauty in the ugly facts about reading comprehension. [Word] In H. Catts & A. Kamhi (Eds.), The connections between language and reading disabilities (pp. 201-212). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Kamhi, A. (2005). Summary, reflections, and future directions. [Word] In A. Kamhi & K. Pollock (Eds.), Phonological disorders in children: Clinical decision making in assessment and intervention (pp. 211-228). Baltimore, MD: Brookes.

Kamhi, A., & Catts, H. (2002). The language basis of reading: Implications of classification and treatment of children with reading disabilitlies. [Word] In K. Butler & E. Silliman (Eds.), Speaking, reading, and writing in children with language and learning disabilitlies: New paradigms in research and practice (pp. 45-73). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Kamhi, A., & Laing, S. (2001). The path to reading success or failure: A choice for the new millenium. [Word] In J. Harris, A. Kamhi, & K. Pollock (Eds.), Literacy in African-American communities (pp. 127-147). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Kamhi, A., & Catts, H. (1999, 2005). Language and reading: Convergences and divergences. [Word] In H. Catts & A. Kamhi (Eds.), Language and reading disabilities. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Kamhi, A., Catts, H. (1999, 2005). Reading development. [Word] In H. Catts & A. Kamhi (Eds.), Language and reading disabilities. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Catts, H., & Kamhi, A. (1999, 2005). Defining reading disabilities. In H. Catts & A. Kamhi (Eds.), Language and reading disabilities. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Catts, H., & Kamhi, A. (1999, 2005). Classification of reading disabilities. In H. Catts & A. Kamhi (Eds.), Language and reading disabilities. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Catts, H., & Kamhi, A. (1999, 2005). Causes of reading disabilities. In H. Catts & A. Kamhi (Eds.), Language and reading disabilities. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Kamhi, A. (1998). Differential diagnosis of language learning disabilities. In B.J. Philips & D. Ruscello (Eds.), Differential diagnosis (pp. 87-113). Newton, MA: Butterworth-Heinemann.

Kamhi, A. (1996). Linguistic and cognitive aspects of specific language impairment. [Word] In M. Smith & J. Damico (Eds.), Childhood language disorders (pp. 97-119). New York: Thieme.

Kamhi, A. (1993). Specific language impairment: Perceptual and cognitive aspects. [Word] In G. Blanken et al. (Eds.), Linguistic disorders and pathologies: An international handbook (pp. 625-640). New York: Walter de Gruyter.

Kamhi, A. (1992). Three perspectives on language processing: Interactionism, modularity, and holism. [Word] In R. Chapman (Ed.), Child talk: Processes in language acquisition (pp. 45-65). Chicago: Mosby.

Kamhi, A. (l989, 1995). Developmental childhood language disorders. [Word– 1989] In M. Leahy (Ed.), Disorders of communication: An introduction to intervention (pp. 69-l03). London: Taylor & Francis.

Refereed Journal Articles

2010 – present

Kamhi, A. (2014). Improving clinical practices for children with language and learning disorders. [PDF] Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 45(2), 92-103

 Kamhi, A. (2012). Pharmacological dosage concepts: How useful are they for educators and speech-language pathologists?[PDF] International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology,14, 414-418.

Fey, M., Kamhi, A., & Richard, G. (2012).  Auditory training for children with auditory processing disorder and language impairment: A response to Bellis, Chermak, Weihing, and Musiek. [PDF ]Language Speech and Hearing Services in Schools, 43, 387-392.

Fey, M., Richard, G., Geffner, D., Kamhi, A., Medwetsky, L., Paul, D., Ross-Swain, D., Wallach, G., Frymark, T., & Schooling, T. (2011). The role of the speech-language pathologist in identifying and treating children with auditory processing disorder. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools42, 246-264.

Kamhi, A. (2011). What speech-language pathologists need to know about auditory processing disorder. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools42, 265-272.

Kamhi, A. (2011). Prologue: Balancing certainty and uncertainty in clinical practice. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 42, 59-64.

Kamhi, A. (2011). Epilogue: Balancing certainty and uncertainty in clinical practice. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 42, 88-93.

2005 – 2009

Kamhi, A. (2009). Prologue: The case for the narrow view of reading. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools40, 174-178.

Kamhi, A. (2009). Epilogue: Solving the reading crisis – take 2: The case for differentiated assessment. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools40, 212-215.

Kamhi, A. (2008). A meme’s-eye view of nonspeech oral-motor exercises. [PDFSeminars in Speech and Language29, 331-338.

Kamhi, A. (2006). Prologue: Combining research and reason to make treatment decisions. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools37, 255-256.

Kamhi, A. (2006). Treatment decisions for children with speech-sound disorders. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools37, 271-279.

Kamhi, A. (2006). Epilogue: Some final thoughts on EBP. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools37, 320-322.

Kamhi, A. (2005). Can Walsh’s conceptual model improve the appropriateness and consistency of terminology in speech pathology? [PDFInternational Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 7, 77-79.

2000 – 2004

Kamhi, A. (2004). A meme’s eye view of speech-language pathology. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools35, 105-112.

Kamhi, A. (2003). Two paradoxes in stuttering treatment. [PDFJournal of Fluency Disorders28, 187-196.

Laing, S., & Kamhi, A. (2003). Alternative assessment of language and literacy in culturally and linguistically diverse populations. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools34, 44-56.

Laing, S., & Kamhi, A. (2002). The use of think-aloud protocols to compare inferencing abilities in average and below-average readers. [PDFJournal of Learning Disabilities35, 436-438.

Kamhi, A. (2001). Exploring the relationship between phonological awareness, speech impairment, and literacy: A response. [PDFInternational Journal of Speech-Language Pathology3, 163-166.

Kamhi, A., Allen, J., & Catts, H. (2001). The role of the speech-language pathologist in improving decoding skills. [PDFSeminars in Speech and Language22, 175-185.

Kamhi, A. (2000). Practice makes perfect: The incompatibility of practicing speech and meaningful communication. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools31, 182-186.

Kamhi, A., & Hinton, L. (2000). Explaining individual differences in spelling ability. [PDFTopics in Language Disorders20, 37-50.

Kamhi, A., & Laing, S. (2000). The role of analogies in learning to read. [PDFLogopedics Phoniatrics Vocology25, 29-35.

1995 – 1999

Kamhi, A. (1999). To use or not to use: Factors that influence the selection of new treatment approaches. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools30, 92-98.

Kamhi, A. (1999). The path to proficient word recognition. Journal of Clinical Speech and Language Studies9, 1-11.

Kamhi, A. (1998). Trying to make sense of developmental language disorders. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools29, 35-45.

Wolgemuth, K., Kamhi, A., & Lee, R. (1998). Metaphor performance in children with hearing impairment. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools29, 216-232.

Kamhi, A. (1997). Three perspectives on comprehension: Implications for assessing and treating comprehension problems. [PDFTopics in Language Disorders17, 62-75.

Mauer, D., & Kamhi, A. (1996). Visual and phonetic influences on the learning of novel phoneme-grapheme correspondences. [PDFJournal of Learning Disabilities29, 259-271.

Kamhi, A. (1995). Defining, developing, and maintaining clinical expertise. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools26, 353-357.

Kamhi, A., Ward, M., Mills, K. (1995). Hierarchical planning abilities in children with specific language impairments. [PDFJournal of Speech and Hearing Research38, 1108-1116.

Gilbertson, M., & Kamhi, A. (1995). Novel word learning in children with hearing impairment. [PDFJournal of Speech and Hearing Research38, 630-643.

Wolgemuth, K., Luttrell, W., Kamhi, A., & Wark, D. (1995). Effectiveness of the Navy’s hearing conservation program. Military Medicine160, 219-222.

1990 – 1994

Kamhi, A. (1994). Toward a theory of clinical expertise in speech-language pathology. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools25, 115-119.

Kamhi, A. (1994). Paradigms of teaching and learning: Is one view the best? [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools25, 194-199.

Kamhi, A. (1993). Assessing complex behaviors: Problems with reification, quantification, and ranking. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools24, 110-114.

Kamhi, A. (1993). Some problems with the marriage between theory and clinical practice. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools24, 57-61.

Pierce, K., Duncan, M., Gholson, B., & Kamhi, A. (1993). Cognitive load, schema acquisition, and procedural adaptation in nonisomorphic analogical transfer. [PDFJournal of Educational Psychology85, 66-74.

Kamhi, A. (1992). The need for a broad-based model of phonological disorders. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools23, 261-269.

Kamhi, A. (1992). Response to historical perspective: A developmental language perspective. [PDFJournal of Learning Disabilities25, 48-53.

Masterson, J., & Kamhi, A. (1992). Linguistic trade-offs in school-age children with and without language disorders. [PDFJournal of Speech and Hearing Research35, 1064-1076.

Masterson, J., & Kamhi, A. (1991). The effects of elicitation condition on sentence production in normal and language-learning disabled children. [PDFJournal of Speech and Hearing Research34, 549-559.

Kamhi, A., Catts, H., & Mauer, D. (1990). Explaining speech production deficits in poor readers. [PDFJournal of Learning Disabilities23, 632-636.

Kamhi, A., Gentry, B., Mauer, D., & Gholson, B. (l990). Analogical learning and transfer in language impaired children. [PDFJournal of Speech and Hearing Disorders55, 140-149.

Kamhi, A., Minor, J., & Mauer, D. (l990). Content analysis and intratest performance profiles on the Columbia and the TONI. [PDFJournal of Speech and Hearing Research33, 375-380.

Lee, R.F., & Kamhi, A. (1990). Metaphoric competence in learning disabled children. [PDFJournal of Learning Disabilities23, 476-483.

1985 – 1989

Kamhi, A. (l988). A reconceptualization of generalization and generalization problems. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schoolsl9, 304-414.

Kamhi, A. (l988). Three popular myths about language development. [PDFChild Language Teaching and Therapy4, l-l3.

Kamhi, A., Catts, H., Mauer, D., Apel, K., & Gentry, B. (l988). Phonological and spatial processing abilities in language- and reading-impaired children. [PDFJournal of Speech and Hearing Disorders53, 316-327.

Kamhi, A., & Nelson, L. (l988). Early syntactic development: Simple clause types and grammatical morphology. [PDFTopics in Language Disorders8, 26-44.

Kamhi, A. (l987). Metalinguistic abilities in language disordered children. [PDFTopics in Language Disorders7, l-l3.

Gholson, B., Eymard, L., Morgan, D., & Kamhi, A. (l987). Problem solving, recall, and isomorphic transfer among third and sixth grade children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology43, 227-243.

Nelson, L., Kamhi, A., & Apel, K. (l987). Cognitive strengths and weaknesses of language impaired children: One more look. [PDFJournal of Speech and Hearing Disorders52, 36-44.

Kamhi, A. (l986). The elusive first word: The importance of the naming insight for the development of referential speech. Journal of Child Languagel3, l55-l6l.

Catts, H., & Kamhi, A. (l986). The linguistic basis for reading disorders: Implications for the speech language pathologist. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schoolsl7, 329-342.

Kamhi, A., & Catts, H. (l986). Toward an understanding of developmental language and reading disorders. [PDFJournal of Speech and Hearing Disorders5l, 337-348.

Kamhi, A., & Masterson, J. (l986). The reliability of the time sharing paradigm. Brain and Language29, 324-34l.

Kamhi, A. (l985). Questioning the value of large N, multivariate studies: A response to Schery. [PDFJournal of Speech and Hearing Disorders50, 288-290.

Kamhi, A., & Koenig, L. (l985). Metalinguistic awareness in normal and language disordered children. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schoolsl6, l99-2ll.

Kamhi, A., Lee, R., & Nelson, L. (l985). Word, syllable, and sound awareness in language disordered children. [PDF] [Erratum] Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders50, 207-213.

Kamhi, A., Nelson, L., Lee, R., & Gholson, B. (l985). The ability of language disordered and normally developing children to use and modify hypotheses in discrimination learning. Applied Psycholinguistics6, 435-452.

1980 – 1984

Kamhi, A. (l984). Problem solving in child language disorders: The clinician as clinical scientist. [PDFLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schoolsl5, 226-235.

Kamhi, A., Catts, H., & Davis, M. (l984). Management of sentence production demands. [PDFJournal of Speech and Hearing Research27, 329-338.

Kamhi, A., Catts, H., Koenig, L., & Lewis, B. (l984). Hypothesis testing and nonlinguistic symbolic abilities in language impaired children. [PDFJournal of Speech and Hearing Disorders49, l69-l77.

Catts, H., & Kamhi, A. (l984). Simplification of /s/ + stop consonant clusters: A developmental perspective. [PDFJournal of Speech and Hearing Research27, 556-652.

Johnston, J., & Kamhi, A. (l984). The same can be less: Syntactic and semantic aspects of the utterances of language impaired children. [PDFMerrill Palmer Quarterly30, 65-85.

Kamhi, A. (l982). The effect of self initiated and other initiated actions on linguistic performance. [PDFJournal of Speech and Hearing Research25, l77-l84.

Kamhi, A. (l982). Overextensions and underextensions: How different are they? Journal of Child Language9, 243-249.

Kamhi, A. (l982). The problem of relapse in stuttering: Some thoughts on what might cause it and how to deal with it. [PDFJournal of Fluency Disorders7, 459-469.

Kamhi, A., & Johnston, J. (l982). Towards an understanding of retarded children’s linguistic deficiencies. [PDFJournal of Speech and Hearing Research25, 435-445.

Kamhi, A., & McOsker, T. (l982). Attention and stuttering: Do stutterers think too much about speech? [PDFJournal of Fluency Disorders7, 309-323.

Kamhi, A. (l98l). Nonlinguistic symbolic and conceptual abilities of language impaired and normally developing children. [PDFJournal of Speech and Hearing Research24, 446-454.

Kamhi, A. (l98l). Developmental versus difference theories of mental retardation: A new look. American Journal of Mental Deficiency86, l-7.