Timothy Meline

Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist, CCC-SLP
Office: Speech and Hearing Sciences Building, Room 120-H
Phone: (409) 880-8176
Email: timeline@lamar.edu 


Ph.D., University of Illinois


Child Language (pragmatics and reading); Research Methods


Child language, voice disorders, fluency disorders (stuttering), research methods


Research design and statistics, reading fluency, pragmatics

Recent Publications and manuscripts submitted

  • Meline, T. (2006). Research in Communication Sciences and Disorders: Methods-Applications-Evaluation. Pearson/Merrill Prentice Hall.
  • Meline, T. (2006). Selecting studies for meta-analysis: Inclusion and exclusion criteria. Contemporary Issues in Communication Science and Disorders.
  • Meline, T. (2006). Evidence-based speech-language pathology (practice): What’s new? Perspectives on Language Learning and Education.
  • Meline, T. (manuscript in submission). Modeled versus paired reading effects on reading fluency: Mexican-American Third Graders. Language, Speech and Hearing Services in Schools.

Service Interests

CAA site visitor, Managing Editor of Tejas (Journal of the Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association)

Dr. Meline focuses on research and evidence-based practice issues, and his research interests include language pragmatics and reading fluency. An Illinois native, he has lived in the south for many years. Prior to coming to Lamar, he worked in rehabilitation in Florida and as a school speech-language pathologist in Illinois. Dr. Meline has been involved in higher education in Texas for 15 years.