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Faculty publications highlighted — September-December 2020

Texas Woman’s University faculty are leaders in their fields, with an extensive list of publications to their credit. This quarterly report provides a sampling of their recent work, reported September-December 2020. Names of TWU faculty/staff are bolded.

See a highlight of faculty publications from:

Winter Break 2019-April 2020

May-August 2020




Monica Gavino, Jason Lambert, Ekaterina Elgayeva and Ekundayo Akinlade

(In press) “HR Practices, Customer-Focused Outcomes, and OCBO: The POS-Engagement Meditation Chain,” Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal.


Communication Sciences


Christopher Bolinger, James Dembowski and Kimberly Mory

Pneumonia: Does Age or Gender Relate to the Presence of an SLP Dysphagia Consultation?,” Geriatrics, Vol. 5, Issue 3.


Sarah Colton (graduate student), Chad E. Smith, Ludovic A. Sourdot

Designing a Future Classroom Laboratory for Exploring the Science of Teaching and Learning,”
International Journal of Designs for Learning, Vol. 11, Issue 3, pages 36-46.




Jonathan Olsen

The Linke’s Search for Leadership – and Direction,” Sept. 10, 2020, the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies.




Priti Kumar Roy, Amit Kumar Roy, Evgenii N. Khailov, Fahad Al Basir, Ellina Grigorieva

A Model of the Optimal Immunotherapy of Psoriasis by Introducing IL-10 and IL-22 Inhibitors,” Journal of Biological Systems, Vol. 28, No. 03, pp. 609-639.


Occupational Therapy


Heather Roberts, Angela Shierk, Paul Yeatts (CRDA), and colleagues at Scottish Rite Hospital

“Constraint Induced Movement Therapy Camp for Children with Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy Augmented by Use of an Exoskeleton to Play Games in Virtual Reality,” Physical and Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics,


Physical Therapy


Jennifer Ellison, Katy Mitchell, Jennifer Bogardus, Kristi Hammerle (DPT student), Carly Manara (DPT student), Peggy Gleeson (all Houston)

Mental and Physical Health Behaviors of Doctor of Physical Therapy Students,” Journal of Physical Therapy Education, Vol. 34, Issue 3, p 227-233.


Staci Shearin (alumna), Ann Medley, Elaine Trudelle-Jackson (both Dallas), Ross Querry (alumnus), Chad Swank (alumnus)

(In press) “Plantarflexor Strength, Gait Speed and Step Length Changes in Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease,” International Journal of Rehabilitation Research.