Paula Cadogan EdD, CCC-SLP

Department Chair of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Applied Associate Professor of Communication Disorders Oxley College of Health Sciences
Communication Sciences and Disorders


Paula Cadogan focuses on the development of and disorders of language and literacy in children. She is also interested in standardized testing and assessment of language and learning disabilities in preschool and school-age children.

Dr. Cadogan has served as the Chair of the Department of Communication Disorders since 2001, and has led the faculty during the reaccreditation process with the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA). At this time the department is developing electronic portfolios for master's students in speech-language pathology. These e-portfolios will demonstrate student achievement and competence in the knowledge and skills necessary for the clinical fellowship year placements for graduates in speech-language pathology.

Ed.D., Harvard University, Graduate School of Education
M.A., University of Connecticut
B.S., Northwestern University

Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families

Language and Literacy Development and Disorders
Assessment of Children with Communication Disorders

The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.

Journal Articles

Cadogan, Paula (May, 1998). Language, Reading and School Success. Oklahoma Family Magazine, page 28.

Barkely, B. and Cadogan, P (1980). Comprehensive Testing Program Instructional Objectives. Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts: Educational Records Bureau.

Oklahoma Speech-Language-Hearing Association
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

CDSP 2013 Essentials of Spoken English for the International Student
CDSP 2023 Normal Language Development
CDSP 3033 Introduction to Language Disorders
CDSP 4033 Infants and Toddlers At Risk
CDSP 4163 Evaluation of Speech-Language Disorders
CDSP 7133 School Age Language Disorders
CDSP 7483 Clinical Externship and School Practicum
CDSP 7912 Research and Paper