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Distinguished ProfessorMaggie-Lee Huckabee

Psychology 310
Internal Phone: 95124


Research Interests

Research interests include rehabilitative efficacy for dysphagia, biomechanical analysis of swallowing and neurophysiological substrates for swallowing and neural recovery mechanisms.

Recent Publications

  • Chesney N., Khwaounjoo P., Huckabee ML. and Cakmak YO. (2023) Non-Contact Assessment of Swallowing Dysfunction Using Smartphone Captured Skin Displacements. Sensors 23(12)
  • Huckabee ML., Flynn R. and Mills M. (2023) Expanding Rehabilitation Options for Dysphagia: Skill-Based Swallowing Training. Dysphagia 38(3): 756-767.
  • Huckabee ML., Mills M., Flynn R. and Doeltgen S. (2023) The Evolution of Swallowing Rehabilitation and Emergence of Biofeedback Modalities. Current Otorhinolaryngology Reports 11(2): 144-153.
  • Cosentino G., Avenali M., Schindler A., Pizzorni N., Montomoli C., Abbruzzese G., Antonini A., Barbiera F., Benazzo M. and Benarroch EE. (2022) A multinational consensus on dysphagia in Parkinson's disease: screening, diagnosis and prognostic value. Journal of Neurology 269(3): 1335-1352.
  • Erfmann KLC., Macrae PR., Jones RD., Guiu Hernandez E. and Huckabee ML. (2022) Effects of cerebellar transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) on motor skill learning in swallowing. Disability and Rehabilitation 44(11): 2276-2284.