Krista Wilkinson

Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Krista Wilkinson

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Communication Intellectual Disability Down Syndrome Child Symbol Color Developmental Disabilities Augmentative And Alternative Communication Eye Direction Compound Research Cues Language Disability Technology Visual Attention Mental Health Efficiency Pathologists Vocabulary Visual Search Psychotherapy Autism Spectrum Disorders Autism Spectrum Disorder Arrangement

Most Recent Publications

Supporting Access to Mental Health Services for Patients Who Use Augmentative and Alternative Communication: A Proposed Framework and Suggestions for Future Directions

Adrianna M. Noyes, Krista M. Wilkinson, 2022, American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology on p. 2268-2282

Krista Wilkinson, Rick Gilmore, Yiming Qian, 2022, Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders on p. 710-726

A preliminary study of the relation of visual attention to stimulus complexity and functional vision in individuals with cortical visual impairment: Implications for AAC.

Tara McCarty, Sawn Sowers, Sophie Wolf, Krista Wilkinson, 2021, Perspectives of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 6 on p. 1603-1617

An in-depth case description of gaze patterns of an individual with cortical visual impairment to stimuli of varying complexity: Implications for AAC Design

Krista Wilkinson, Sophie Wolf, 2021, Perspectives on p. 1591-1602.

The early development of emotional competence profile: A means to share information about emotional status and expression by children with complex communication needs

Gabriela A. Rangel-Rodríguez, Mar Badia Martín, Sílvia Blanch, Krista M. Wilkinson, 2021, American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology on p. 551-565

Speech-Language pathologists’ decisions when designing an aided AAC display for a compilation case study of a beginning communicator

Jennifer J. Thistle, Krista M. Wilkinson, 2021, Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology on p. 871-879

Impact of the design of visual communication supports on social interaction by individuals with Down syndrome.

Krista Wilkinson, Rachel Bennet, 2021, Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders.

Krista M. Wilkinson, Tara O’Neill Zimmerman, Janice Light, 2021, Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders on p. 1726-1738

Centering the family in their system: a framework to promote family-centered AAC services

Kelly L. Coburn, Sojung Jung, Ciara L. Ousley, Dawn J. Sowers, Meghan Wendelken, Krista M. Wilkinson, 2021, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 229-240

Sarah W. Blackstone, Krista M. Wilkinson, Fei Luo, Jesse Canchola, Christine Roman-Lantzy, 2021, Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools on p. 612-629

Most-Cited Papers

Nancy C. Brady, Susan Bruce, Amy Goldman, Karen Erickson, Beth Mineo, Bill T. Ogletree, Diane Paul, Mary Ann Romski, Rose Sevcik, Ellin Siegel, Judith Schoonover, Marti Snell, Lorraine Sylvester, Krista Wilkinson, 2016, American Journal on Mental Retardation on p. 121-138

Working memory demands of aided augmentative and alternative communication for individuals with developmental disabilities

Jennifer J. Thistle, Krista M. Wilkinson, 2013, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 235-245

Building evidence-based practice in AAC display design for young children: Current practices and future directions

Jennifer J. Thistle, Krista M. Wilkinson, 2015, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 124-136

Janice Light, Krista M. Wilkinson, Amber Thiessen, David R. Beukelman, Susan Koch Fager, 2019, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 42-55

Krista M. Wilkinson, Teresa Mitchell, 2014, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 106-119

Preliminary study of gaze toward humans in photographs by individuals with autism, down syndrome, or other intellectual disabilities: Implications for design of visual scene displays

Krista M. Wilkinson, Janice Catherine Light, 2014, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 130-146

Eye-tracking measures reveal how changes in the design of aided AAC displays influence the efficiency of locating symbols by school-age children without disabilities

Krista M. Wilkinson, Tara O'Neill, William J. McIlvane, 2014, Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders on p. 455-466

Effects of background color and symbol arrangement cues on construction of multi-symbol messages by young children without disabilities: implications for aided AAC design

Jennifer J. Thistle, Krista Wilkinson, 2017, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 160-169