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Jose G Centeno, PHD

Department : Rehabilitation And Movement Sciences

Academic Title: Professor


Office Address:

Email: jose.centeno@rutgers.edu


Education
Degree Degree Source Year Awarded
BS University of Guelph 1981
MA Hofstra University 1995
PHD City University of New York 1996
Publications
Title Authors Where and When
Symposium: Aphasia in multilingual populations Centeno, J. G. Aphasiology, 32, 43-44. 2018
Aphasia in multilingual populations Centeno, J.G., Ghazi-Saidi, L., & Ansaldo, A. I. In I. Papathanasiou & P. Coppens (Eds.), Aphasia and related neurogenic communication disorders - 2nd ed. (pp. 331-350). Boston: Jones and Bartlett. 2017
Editor’s Column: Clinical management of communicatively-impaired adult neurorehabilitation caseloads in a diverse aging world. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, Vol. 2 (SIG 2), 88–90. Centeno, J. G. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, Vol. 2 (SIG 2), 88–90, 2017
Trends and needs in the clinical management of communicatively-disordered adults in culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) neurorehabilitation caseloads. Centeno, J. G. (Ed.) Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, Vol. 2 (SIG 2), 88–145
Assessing services with communicatively-impaired bilingual adults in culturally and linguistically diverse neurorehabilitation programs. Centeno, J. G. Journal of Communication Disorders, 58, 58-73, 2015
Customizing treatment for bilingual speakers with aphasia. Centeno, J. G., & Ansaldo, A. I. The ASHA Leader, 21, 52-56, 2016
Morphosyntactic features in the spoken language of Spanish-English bilinguals with aphasia Centeno, J. G. In Gitterman, M., Goral, M., & Obler, L. K. (Eds.), Aspects of multilingual aphasia (pp. 207-223). Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters. 2012
A preliminary comparison of verb tense production in Spanish speakers with expressive restrictions Centeno, J.G., & Anderson, R. T. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 25, 864-880, 2011
Neurolinguistic and neurocognitive considerations of language processing in bilingual adults Centeno, J. G. In J. Guendouzi, F. Loncke, & M. J. Williams (Eds.), The handbook of psycholinguistic and cognitive processes: Perspectives in communication disorders (pp. 645-660). New York: Psychology Press. 2011
Frequency effects on verb inflection use by Spanish-speaking agrammatic individuals: Theoretical and clinical implications. Centeno, J. G., & Cairns, H. S. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 12, 35-46, 2010
The relevance of bilingualism questionnaires in the personalized treatment of bilinguals with aphasia. Centeno, J. G. Perspectives on Communication Disorders and Sciences in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations, 17, 65-73, 2010
Applying cognitive neuropsychological principles to the rehabilitation of Spanish readers with acquired dyslexia Cuetos, F., & Centeno, J. G. Seminars in Speech and Language, 30(3), 187-198, 2010
Issues and principles in service delivery to communicatively-impaired minority bilingual adults in neurorehabilitation. Centeno, J. G. Seminars in Speech and Language, 30 (3), 139-153, 2009. Centeno, J. G. Seminars in Speech and Language, 30 (3), 139-153, 2009
Serving bilingual patients with aphasia: Challenges, foundations, and procedures Centeno, J. G. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría, y Audiología, 29, 30-36, 2009
Serving linguistically and culturally diverse adults with communication disorders: Multidisciplinary perspectives and evidence – A clinical forum Centeno, J.G., & Kohnert, K. (Eds.) Seminars in Speech and Language, 30(3). 2009
Multidisciplinary evidence to treat bilingual individuals with aphasia Centeno, J. G. Perspectives on Communication Disorders and Sciences in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations, 15, 66-72, 2008
Canonical features in the inflectional morphology of Spanish-speaking individuals with agrammatic speech Centeno, J. G. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 9(2), 162-172, 2007
Communication disorders in Spanish speakers: Theoretical, research, and clinical aspects Centeno, J. G., Anderson, R. T., & Obler, L. K. (Eds.) Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters. 2007
Considerations for an ethnopsycholinguistic framework for aphasia intervention Centeno, J. G. In A. Ardila & E. Ramos (Eds.), Speech and language disorders in bilingual adults (pp. 195-212). New York: Nova Science. 2007
Ethnographic and sociolinguistic aspects of communication: Research-praxis relationships Centeno, J.G., Anderson, R.T., Restrepo, M.A., Jacobson, P.F., Guendouzi, J., Müller, N., Ansaldo, A.I., & Marcotte, K The ASHA Leader, 12(9), 12-15, 2007
Sociocultural, societal, and psychological aspects of bilingualism Brozgold, A., & Centeno, J. G. In J.G. Centeno, R.T. Anderson. & L.K. Obler (Eds.). Communication disorders in Spanish speakers: Theoretical, research, and clinical aspects (p. 67-81). Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters. 2007
Working with bilingual individuals with aphasia: The case of a Spanish-English bilingual client Centeno, J. G. Perspectives on Communication Disorders and Sciences in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations, 12, 2-7, 2005
Principles of bilingualism Centeno, J. G., & Obler, L. K. In M. Pontón & J. L. Carrión (Eds.), Neuropsychology and the Hispanic patient: A clinical handbook (pp. 75-86). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. 2001
Agrammatic verb errors in Spanish speakers and their normal discourse correlates Centeno, J. G., & Obler. L. K. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 14, 349-363, 2001
The phonology- morphosyntax interface: Affixed words in agrammatism Obler, L. K., Harris, K., Meth, M., Centeno, J. G., & Mathews, P. Brain and Language, 68, 233-240, 1999
Awards
Award Year
Visiting Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Universidad de Chile 08/17
Faculty Recognition Award (post-tenure review), St. John’s University, NY 08/15
Annual Awards of Excellence: Certificate of Recognition for Special Contributions in Multicultural Affairs, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association 11/13
Faculty Recognition Award, St. John’s University, NY 07/11
Faculty Outstanding Achievement Medal, St. John’s University, NY 05/11
Certificate of Recognition, Hispanic Caucus, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association 11/10
Faculty Recognition Award, St. John’s University, NY 07/10
Faculty Recognition Award, St. John’s University, NY 07/08
Academic service-learning award, St. John’s University, NY 07/06
Faculty Recognition Award, St. John’s University, NY 09/03
Research
Research Interests
I am a certified practitioner and clinical researcher in Speech-Language Pathology. My research directions respond to critical professional needs resulting from national and global demographic and epidemiological trends. Marked growth in multiethnic diversity is projected to increase in adult stroke care in the U.S. and the world. The combined effect of a high prevalence of strokes in a rapidly aging population, particularly in minority elderly groups, and the continued growth of multiethnic populations worldwide, including in the U.S., is estimated to substantially increase the numbers of minority adults with stroke-related disabilities in the country and in many other world regions.
My current research targets two areas pertinent to post-stroke care in minority adults with communication disorders, especially Hispanic/Spanish-speaking individuals. While one area focuses on verb production in bilingual Spanish-English speakers with aphasia (a common post-stroke language impairment), the other area examines professional service delivery in multiethnic adult neurorehabilitation caseloads with communication impairments. Regarding spoken verb use, I investigate the role of temporal meaning (tense) in the differential production of verb endings (morphological markings) in dual Spanish-English users with agrammatism (grammatically-limited spoken language in aphasia). In terms of professional service provision in communicatively-impaired diverse adult caseloads in neurorehabilitation, my studies aim to explore service gaps in order to improve rehabilitation programs for this clinical population.
Research Grants
Title Sponsor Effective Dates Role
Non-constrained and constrained verb tense production by bilingual Spanish-English speakers with agrammatism St. John’s University, NY 06/2017-05/2018 PI
Spoken Morphosyntactic Features in Bilingual Spanish-English Individuals with Specific Language Impairment or Agrammatism: The Case of Verbs. St. John’s University, NY 05/2013-08/2013 PI
Assessing Speech-Language Pathology Services in CLD Adults in Neurorehabilitation, Survey Study American Speech-Language-Hearing Association 08/2010-08/2011 PI
Providing post-stroke communication rehabilitation services to minority speakers in the United States: The case of Hispanic individuals St. John’s University, NY 05/2007-08/2007 PI
Providing post-stroke communication rehabilitation services to minority speakers in the United States: The case of Hispanic individuals St. John’s University, NY 11/2005-11/2006 PI


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