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					                                  CURRICULUM VITAE

                               BRIAN A. GOLDSTEIN, Ph.D.


Temple University
Department of Communication Sciences
110 Weiss Hall (265-62)
13th & Cecil B. Moore Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA 19122
phone: (215) 204-7593
fax: (215) 204-5954
e-mail: briang@temple.edu

EDUCATION
Ph.D.          Temple University Philadelphia, PA        1993 Speech-Language Pathology
M.A.           Temple University Philadelphia, PA        1988 Speech-Language Pathology
B.A. (cum laude)Brandeis University Waltham, MA          1986 Linguistics

EMPLOYMENT
2000-present        Associate Professor, Department of Communication Sciences,
                    Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

1997-2000           Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Sciences,
                    Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

1993-1997           Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Disorders,
                    Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO

1990-1993           Part-time Instructor, Department of Speech-Language-Hearing,
                    Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

1990-1993           Research Assistant, National Center for Education in the Inner
                    Cities, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

1990-1993           Speech-Language Pathologist, Rainbow Community Head Start,
                    Philadelphia, PA

Fall, 1991          Director of Clinical Services and Clinical Education, Department of
                    Speech-Language-Hearing, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

1988-1990           Speech-Language Pathologist, Massachusetts General Hospital,
                    Boston, MA
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                            2

FACULTY, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
Undergraduate Courses Taught
      Phonetics
      Phonology
      Articulation/Phonology
      Introduction to Linguistics
      Introduction to Clinical Management

Graduate Courses Taught
      Assessment and Treatment of Multicultural Populations
      Phonological Development and Disorders
      Diagnostics
      Language and Culture
      Articulatory & Phonological Disorders: Special Populations (cleft palate, childhood
      apraxia of speech)

Clinical Supervision
       Saint Louis University Speech and Hearing Center
       Temple University Speech-Language-Hearing Center
       Students in preschool- and school-aged-based Field Practica

MAJOR PUBLICATIONS
Westerhold, K., & Goldstein, B. (in submission). Child directed speech in Puerto Rican Spanish
      speakers: A phonological perspective. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics.

Goldstein, B. (in submission). Measuring phonological skills in bilingual children: Methodology
       and clinical applications. In J. Centeno, L. Obler, & R. Anderson (Eds.). Studying
       Communication Disorders In Spanish Speakers: Theoretical, Research, & Clinical
       Aspects. Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Yavas, M., & Goldstein, B. (in submission). Spanish/English bilingual children: A cross-
       linguistic perspective on development and disorders. In Z. Hua & B. Dodd (Eds.),
       Phonological development and disorders: A cross-linguistic perspective. Clevedon, UK:
       Multilingual Matters.

Fabiano, L., & Goldstein, B. (in submission). Phonological cross-linguistic influence in
       sequential Spanish-English bilingual children. Journal of Multilingual Communication
       Disorders.

Goldstein, B. (in preparation). Speech acquisition across the world: Spanish English. In S.
       McLeod (Ed.), The international guide to speech acquisition. Clifton Park, NY:
       Thomson Delmar Learning.
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                                 3

Goldstein, B. (in preparation). Non-English speech acquisition: Spanish. In S. McLeod (Ed.),
       The international guide to speech acquisition. Clifton Park, NY: Thomson Delmar
       Learning.

Goldstein, B., Fabiano, L., & Washington, P. (in press). Phonological skills in predominantly
       English, predominantly Spanish, and Spanish-English bilingual children. Language,
       Speech, and Hearing Services in the Schools.

Goldstein, B. (Ed., 2004). Bilingual language development and disorders in Spanish-
       English speakers. Baltimore: Brookes.

Goldstein, B. (2004). Phonological development and disorders in bilingual children. In B.
       Goldstein (ed.), Bilingual language development and disorders in Spanish-
       English speakers (pp. 257-286). Baltimore: Brookes.

Goldstein, B. (2004). Bilingual language development and disorders: An introduction and
       overview. In B. Goldstein (ed.), Bilingual language development and disorders in
       Spanish-English speakers (1-20). Baltimore: Brookes.

Goldstein, B., & Pollock, K. (2004). Vowel production in Spanish-speaking children with
       phonological disorders: Dialect and sampling issues. Journal of Multilingual
       Communication Disorders, 147-160.

Goldstein, B., Fabiano, L., & Iglesias, A. (2004). Spontaneous and imitated productions in
       Spanish-speaking children with phonological disorders. Language, Speech, and Hearing
       Services in the Schools, 35, 5-15.

Goldstein, B. (2004). Speech issues in children from Latino backgrounds. In R. Kent (Ed.),
       MIT Encyclopedia of Communication Disorders (pp. 210-213). Cambridge, MA: MIT
       Press.

Goldstein, B., & Iglesias, A. (2004). Language and dialectal variations. In J. Bernthal & N.
       Bankson (Eds.), Articulation and phonological disorders (5th edition, pp. 348-375).
       Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Brea-Spahn, M., Masterson, J.J., Apel, K., & Goldstein, B. (2003). El deletreo en inglés y en
      español: desarrollo, evaluación e intervención (Spelling in English and Spanish:
      Development, assessment, and intervention). Revista Chilena de Fonoaudiologia.
      [Chilean Journal of Speech Pathology and Audiology], 4, 17-30.

Goldstein, B., & Iglesias, A. (2002). Issues in cultural and linguistic diversity. In R. Paul (Ed.),
       Clinical methods in communication disorders (pp. 261-279). Baltimore, MD: Brookes.

Goldstein, B. (2001). Transcription of Spanish and Spanish-influenced English. Communication
       Disorders Quarterly, 23, 54-60.
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                            4

Goldstein, B., & Iglesias, A. (2001). The effect of dialect on phonological analysis: Evidence
       from Spanish-speaking children. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 10,
       394-406.

Goldstein, B., & Cintron, P. (2001). An investigation of phonological skills in Puerto Rican
       Spanish-speaking 2-year-olds. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 15, 343-361.

Goldstein, B. & Washington, P. (2001). An initial investigation of phonological patterns in 4-
       year-old typically developing Spanish-English bilingual children. Language, Speech, &
       Hearing Services in the Schools, 32, 153-164.

Goldstein, B., & Iglesias, A. (2001). Phonological production in bilingual (Spanish-
       English)children. Proceedings Head Start’s Fifth National Research Conference:
       Developmental and contextual transitions of children and families: Implications for
       Research, Policy, and Practice, (pp. 635-636). NY: Columbia University.

Goldstein, B. (2001). Assessing phonological skills in Hispanic/Latino children. Seminars in
       Speech and Language, 22(1), 39-49.

Goldstein, B., & Pollock, K. (2000). Vowel errors in Spanish-speaking children with
       phonological disorders: A retrospective, comparative study. Clinical Linguistics and
       Phonetics, 14(3), 217-234.

Goldstein, B. (2000). Cultural and linguistic diversity resource guide for speech-language
       pathology. San Diego: Singular Publishing Group.

Goldstein, B., & Iglesias, A. (1999). Phonological production in Spanish-speaking children: The
       state of the art. Proceedings Head Start’s Fourth National Research Conference:
       Children and Families in an Era of Rapid Change: Creating a Shared Agenda for
       Researchers, Practitioners, and Policy Makers, (pp. 470-471). NY: Columbia University.

Goldstein, B., & Iglesias, A. (1998). Phonological production in Spanish-speaking preschoolers
       (ED 424 935). ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education:
       Champaign, IL.

Yavas, M., & Goldstein, B. (1998). Phonological assessment and treatment of bilingual speakers.
       American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 7, 49-60.

Goldstein, B. (1998). DIAL-III Spanish Articulation Screening Test. Circle Pines, MN:
       American Guidance Service.

Iglesias, A., & Goldstein, B. (1998). Language and dialectal variations. In J. Bernthal & N.
        Bankson (Eds.), Articulation and phonological disorders (4th edition, 148-171). Needham
        Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                                5

Goldstein, B., & Iglesias, A. (1996). Phonological patterns in Puerto Rican Spanish-speaking
       children with phonological disorders. Journal of Communication Disorders, 29, 367-387.

Goldstein, B. (1996). The role of stimulability in the assessment and treatment of Spanish-
       speaking children. Journal of Communication Disorders, 29, 299-314.

Quinn, R., Goldstein, B., & Peña, E. (1996). Cultural/linguistic variation in the United states and
       its implications for assessment and intervention in speech-language pathology: An
       introduction. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in the Schools, 27, 345-346.

Goldstein, B. (1996). Error groups in Spanish-speaking children with phonological disorders. In
       T. Powell (Ed.), Pathologies of Speech and Language: Contributions of Clinical
       Phonetics and Linguistics (pp. 171-177). New Orleans, LA: ICPLA.

Goldstein, B. & Iglesias, A. (1996). Phonological patterns in normally developing Spanish-
       speaking 3- and 4-year-olds of Puerto Rican descent. Language, Speech, and Hearing
       Services in the Schools, 27(1), 82-90.

Goldstein, B. & Bleile, K. (1996). Dialect. In K. Bleile (Ed.), Articulation and phonological
       disorders: A book of exercises for Students (2nd edition, p. 73-82). San Diego, CA:
       Singular Publishing Group.

Goldstein, B. & Bleile, K. (1996). Related analyses. In K. Bleile (Ed.), Articulation and
       phonological disorders: A book of exercises for Students (2nd edition, pp. 129-135). San
       Diego, CA: Singular Publishing Group.

Goldstein, B. (1995). Spanish phonological development. In H. Kayser (Ed.), Bilingual speech-
       language pathology: An Hispanic focus (pp. 17-38). San Diego: Singular Publishing
       Group.

Goldstein, B. & Iglesias, A. (1994). Speech and language disorders and the hard of hearing. In
       T. Husen & T.N. Postelwaite (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Education,
       Second Edition (Vol 10, pp. 5686-5691). Stockholm: Elsevier Science, Inc.

Iglesias, A., & Goldstein, B. (1994). Language differences versus language disorders. In T.
        Husen & T.N. Postelwaite (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Education, Second
        Edition (Vol. 6, pp. 3225-3228). Stockholm: Elsevier Science, Inc.

Peña, E. & Goldstein, B. (1994). Language acquisition: Second language, language difference
       vs.language disorder. Rockville, MD: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

Goldstein, B. (1993, November). The prevention of speech and language disorders: Articulation
       disorders. ASHA, 55-56.
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                             6

Goldstein, B. & Iglesias, A. (1992). The development and treatment of phonological processes
       in Spanish-speaking children. Reston, VA: The ERIC Clearinghouse on Handicapped
       and Gifted Children.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS
Goldstein, B., & Washington, P. (2002). The phonology of bilingual children. ASHA Leader, 7
       (5), 5.
Goldstein, B. (2001). Tale of a Researcher-Clinician Collaborative Research Project. Language
       Learning and Education Newsletter, 8, 32-33.

Goldstein, B. (1996, December). Talking to your child. Noticias: News, 2,(13), p. 5.

Goldstein, B. (1996, July). Phonological patterns in children from culturally and linguistically
       diverse populations. Communications Disorders and Sciences in Culturally and
       Linguistically Diverse Populations Newsletter, 2(3), 2-3.

Goldstein, B. (1996, July). Phonological disorders in Spanish-speaking children.
       Communication Disorders and Sciences in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse
       Populations Newsletter, 2(3), 6-8.

Goldstein, B. (1996, July). Reading to your child. Noticias: News, p. 7.

Goldstein, B. (1996). The Effect of Dialect on the Identification of Vowel Errors. MSHA
       Newsletter, 28(2), 14.

Goldstein, B. (1996, April). Warning signs for hearing loss in children. Noticias: News, p. 5.

Goldstein, B. (1996, March). Bilingualism. Noticias: News, p. 8.

Goldstein, B. (1996, February). Does your child have a speech problem?. Noticias: News, p. 6.

Goldstein, B. (1995, December). Difficulties related to speech and hearing. Noticias: News, p.
       3.

Goldstein, B. (1994, November). Phonological difference versus disorder. MSHA Newsletter,
       26(4), 16.


GRANTS
Principal Investigator (with A. Iglesias)
       Recursos/Resources for Speech-Language Pathologists: A Focus on Latino Children.
       American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Funded: $11,750.

Principal Investigator (with S. Long, Case Western Reserve Univ., & I. Stockman, Michigan
State Univ.)
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                             7

       Computerized Phonological Analysis of Linguistically Diverse Populations, American
       Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Funded: $9500.00.

Principal Investigator (with R. Krakow & A. Iglesias)
       Using Electropalatography (EPG) to Determine Final Consonant Production in Spanish
       Speakers, Temple University Research Incentive Fund. Funded $6,800.00

Principal Investigator (with R. Krakow & A. Iglesias)
       EPG Analysis in Normal and Disordered Speakers. College of Allied Health Professions,
       Temple University. Funded $9650.00.

Principal Investigator
       Speech Sound Production in Bilingual (Spanish-English) Children. College of Allied
       Health Professions, Temple University. Funded $470.00. Period of award: 1999.

Principal Investigator
       Acoustic Properties of Word-Final Sounds in Spanish-Speakers. School of
       Communications and Theater, Temple University. Funded $2000.00. Period of award:
       1998.

Research Associate
       Development and Validation of a Language Test for Children Speaking Nonstandard
       English: A Study of Bilingual Hispanic Children. To Aquiles Iglesias, Vera Gutierrez-
       Clellan, Elizabeth Peña (Principal Investigators) from National Institute of Deafness and
       Other Communication Disorders, National Institutes of Health. Funded: 1997-2003.

Project Co-Director
        Preservice Preparation for Speech-Language Pathologists to Serve Children from Urban
        Communities. With L. Campbell and D. Brennan. To Saint Louis University from Office
        of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services, U.S. Department of Education.
        Funded: 1996-1999.

Project Director (appointed 1994)
        An Interdisciplinary Approach to Training M.A. Level Speech-Language Pathologists to
        Work with Disabled Preschool Children. To Saint Louis University from Office of
        Special Education and Rehabilitation Services, U.S. Department of Education. Funded:
        1993-1997.

Principal Investigator
       The Treatment of Phonological Disorders in Spanish-Speaking Children. Beaumont
       Faculty Development Grant, Saint Louis University. Funded $3000.00. Period of award:
       1994.

Principal Investigator
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                             8

       Phonological Patterns in Spanish-Speaking Children. Summer Research Grant. Saint
       Louis University. Funded $6112.00. Period of award: 1994.

Co-Author
      Preparation of Early Intervention Personnel: Speech-Language Pathologists. With A.
      Iglesias, L. Russell, Y. Hyter, E. Peña, and L. Valles. To Temple University from Office
      of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services, U.S. Department of Education. Funded
      $98,000.00. Period of award: 1990-1993.

NATIONAL PRESENTATIONS
Gildersleeve-Neumann, C., Goldstein, B., Ingram, D., Fong Kan, P., Kohnert, K., & Bunta, F.
       (2004, November). Methodological considerations in measuring phonological skills in
       bilingual children. Paper presented at the convention of the American Speech-Language-
       Hearing Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Robidoux, L., Goldstein, B., Roberts, J., Stoel-Gammon, C. (2004, November). Phonological
      features of the MacArthur CDI-Spanish version. Poster presented at the convention of
      the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Fabiano, L., & Goldstein, B. (2004, November). Phonological cross-linguistic influence in
       sequential bilingual Spanish-English Speaking children. Poster presented at the
       convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Fabiano, L., & Goldstein, B. (2004, November). Phonological representation in sequential and
       simultaneous bilingual Spanish-English Speaking children. Poster presented at the
       convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Centeno, J., Mueller, N., Jordaan, H., Salameh, E., Martin, D., Kay-Raining Bird, E., Anderson,
      R., & Goldstein, B. (2004, November). International perspectives on speech-language
      services with bilingual and multilingual children. Seminar presented at the convention of
      the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Fey, M., Burhard, R., Formby, C., Goldstein, B., Hixon, T., Kamhi, A., & Peach, R. (2004,
      November). Keys to publication in ASHA’s scholarly journals. Seminar presented at the
      convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Fabiano, L., & Goldstein, B. (2004, June). Phonological representation in simultaneous bilingual
       Spanish-English speaking children: Two case studies. Poster presented at the
       Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders, Madison, WI.

Fabiano, L., & Goldstein, B. (2004, May). Phonological representation in sequential &
       simultaneous bilingual Spanish-English speaking children. Paper presented at the 2004
       Child Phonology Conference, Tempe, AZ.
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                             9

Fabiano, L., & Goldstein, B. (2004, February). Phonological cross-linguistic influence in
       sequential Spanish-English bilingual children. Poster presented at the 2004 conference of
       the International Clinical Phonetics & Linguistics Association, Lafayette, LA.

Fabiano, L., Goldstein, B., & Washington, P. (2003, November). Phonological development in
       English and Spanish monolingual and bilingual children. Poster session presented at the
       convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Chicago, Illinois.

Schnell, E., Goldstein, B., & Fabiano, L. (2003, November). Elicitation Tasks for Phonological
       Analysis in English & Spanish Speakers. Paper presented at the convention of the
       American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Chicago, Illinois.

Harris, J., Oetting, J., Restrepo, A., Stockman, I., Washington, J., & Goldstein, B. (2003,
        November). Myths, realities and mechanisms of publishing on diversity in ASHA
        journals. Paper presented at the convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing
        Association, Chicago, Illinois.

Fabiano, L., Goldstein, B., & Washington, P. (2003, July). Phonological development in
       monolingual English, monolingual Spanish, and bilingual (Spanish-English) Latino
       children. Poster session presented at the 2003 Child Phonology Conference, Vancouver,
       Canada.

Schnell, E., Goldstein, B., & Fabiano, L. (2003, July). Phonological analysis of word,
       conversational, and narrative samples in Bilingual (English-Spanish) children. Poster
       session presented at the 2003 Child Phonology Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

Goldstein, B., Fabiano, L., & Iglesias, A. (2003, April). The representation of phonology in
       sequential Spanish-English bilingual children. Poster session presented at the 4th annual
       International Symposium on Bilingualism, Tempe, AZ.

Goldstein, B., Ballard, D., & Belen, L. (2002, November). Substitution patterns in the
       phonology of Spanish-speaking children. Poster session presented at the Convention of
       the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Atlanta, GA.

Westerhold, K., & Goldstein, B. (2002, November). Child-Directed Speech in Spanish Speakers.
      Poster presented at convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association,
      Atlanta, GA.

Long, S., Goldstein, B., & Stockman, I. (2002, November). Computerized Phonological
       Analysis of Linguistically Diverse Speech Samples. Computer lab presented at
       convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Atlanta, GA.

Anderson, R., Brice, A., de la Paz, A., Goldstein, B., Kayser, H., Langdon, H., Nett, K. (2002,
      November). Bilingual treatment institute: An update for monolingual & bilingual SLPs.
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                            10

       Institute presented at the Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing
       Association, Atlanta, GA.

Long, S., Goldstein, B., & Stockman, I. (2002, August). Computerized phonological analysis of
       Spanish samples. Poster presented at the 2nd annual Bilingual Speech Language
       Pathology Symposium, Puerta Vallarta, Mexico.

Goldstein, B., & Iglesias, A. (2002, July). Phonological representation in Spanish-English
       Bilingual Children. Poster presented at the Symposium on Research in Child Language
       Disorders/International Congress for the Study of Child Language, Madison, WI.

Goldstein, B., Cintron, P., & Parache, A. (2001, November). Parent-Child Speech in Spanish
       Speakers. Seminar presented at the Convention of the American Speech-Language-
       Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA.

Goldstein, B., Iglesias, A., & Rojas, R. (2001, November). Shared and Unshared Consonants in
       Spanish-English Bilingual Children. Seminar presented at the Convention of the
       American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA.

Long, S., & Goldstein, B. (2001). Phonological analysis of Spanish samples. Seminar presented
       at the 2001 Child Phonology Conference, Boston, MA.

Goldstein, B. (2000). Bilingual (Spanish-English) children with phonological disorders.
       Seminar presented at the Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing
       Association, Washington, DC.

Anderson, R., Brice, A., Goldstein, B., Gutierrez-Clellen, V., Jackson-Moldonado, D., Restrepo,
      A. (2000). Clinical Linguistic Studies of Spanish Speakers: Child Language. Seminar
      presented at the Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association,
      Washington, DC.

Goldstein, B., & Iglesias, A. (2000). Phonological production of bilingual (Spanish-English)
       children. Seminar presented at Head Start’s Fifth National Research Conference,
       Washington, DC.

Goldstein, B. (2000). Phonological disorders in bilingual (Spanish-English) children. Seminar
       presented at the 2000 Child Phonology Conference, Cedar Falls, IA.

Goldstein, B., & Iglesias, A. (1999). Phonological systems of bilingual (Spanish-English)
       children. Seminar presented at the Convention of the American Speech-Language-
       Hearing Association, San Francisco, CA.

Iglesias, A., Peña, E., Gutierrez-Clellen, V., Bedore, L., & Goldstein, B. (1999). Development
        of a language test for bilingual Spanish-speaking children. Seminar presented at the
        Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, San Francisco, CA.
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                             11


Goldstein, B., & Iglesias, A. (1999). Phonological patterns in bilingual (Spanish-English)
       children. Seminar presented at the 1999 Texas Research Symposium on Language
       Diversity, Austin, TX.

Goldstein, B. (1998). Phonetic inventories of Spanish-speaking 2-year-olds. Seminar presented
       at the Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, San Antonio,
       TX.

Kohnert-Rice, K, Goldstein, B. & Liddiard Buteau, C., (1998). Phonological intervention with
      Spanish-speaking children: Theory and practice. Seminar presented at the Convention of
      the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, San Antonio, TX.

Goldstein, B. & Iglesias, A. (1998, July). Phonological production in Spanish-speaking children:
       The state of the art. Poster presented at Head Start’s Fourth National Research
       Conference. Children and Families in an Era of Rapid Change: Creating a Shared
       Agenda for Researchers, Practitioners, and Policy Makers. Washington, DC.

Goldstein, B. (1998). Phonetic profiles of Spanish-speaking 2-year-olds. Paper presented at the
       1998 Child Phonology Conference, Charlottesville, VA.

Goldstein, B. & Iglesias, A. (1997, November). The effect of dialect on phonological patterns in
       Spanish-speaking children. Miniseminar presented at the Convention of the American
       Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Boston, MA.

Goldstein, B. & Iglesias, A. (1996, November). Spontaneous and imitated productions in
       Spanish-speaking children with phonological disorders. Poster session presented at the
       Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Seattle, WA.

Brice, A., Goldstein, B., Anderson, R., & So, L. (1996, November). Phonological patterns in
       Spanish and Chinese Speaking Children. Miniseminar presented at the Convention of the
       American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Seattle, WA.

Clarke, C. & Goldstein, B. (1996, November). Analysis of vowel errors in children with
       phonological disorders. Miniseminar presented at the Convention of the American
       Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Seattle, WA.

Peña, E. & Goldstein, B. (1996, November). Language acquisition: Second language, language
       difference vs. language disorder. Seminar presented at the annual convention of the
       American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Seattle, WA.

Goldstein, B. & Pollock, K. (1996, April). Vowel production in Spanish-speaking children with
       phonological disorders: Dialect and sampling issues. Technical session presented at the
       1996 Child Phonology Meeting, Iowa City, IA.
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                             12

Goldstein, B. & Pollock, K. (1995, December). Vowel production in phonologically disordered
       Spanish-speaking children. Poster session presented at the Convention of the American
       Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Orlando, FL.

Goldstein, B., & Brandt, T. (1995, December). Patterns of change in treated and untreated
       phonological targets. Miniseminar presented at the Convention of the American Speech-
       Language-Hearing Association, Orlando, FL.
Goldstein, B. (1995, December). Phonological patterns in two dialects of Spanish. Poster session
       presented at the Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association,
       Orlando, FL.

Goldstein, B. & Pollock, K. (1995, May). Vowel production in Spanish-speaking children with
       phonological disorders. Technical session presented at the 1995 Child Phonology
       Meeting, Memphis, TN.

Goldstein, B. & Iglesias, A. (1994, November). Phonological patterns in normally
       developing and phonologically disordered Spanish-speakers. Miniseminar presented at
       the Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, New Orleans,
       LA.

Goldstein, B. & Childs, C. (1994, November). Longitudinal change in the treatment of
       phonological disorders. Poster session presented at the Convention of the American
       Speech-Language-Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA.

Goldstein, B. (1994, November). Error groups in phonologically disordered Spanish-speaking
       children. Poster session presented at the Convention of the International Conference of
       Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, New Orleans, LA.

Goldstein, B. & Iglesias, A. (1993, November). Phonological patterns in speech disordered
       Spanish-speaking children. Miniseminar presented at the Convention of the American
       Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Anaheim, CA.

Goldstein, B., Hyter, Y., Iglesias, A. Marcano, M., Peña, E., Quinn, R., & Valles, L. (1993,
       November). Best practices with children: Negotiating the boundaries of variation.
       Miniseminar presented at the Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing
       Association, Anaheim, CA.

Goldstein, B. & Iglesias, A. (1992, November). Phonetic change in Spanish-speaking children.
       Poster session presented at the Convention of the American Speech- Language-Hearing
       Association, San Antonio, TX.

Goldstein, B. & Iglesias, A. (1991, November). The development and treatment of phonological
       processes in Spanish-speaking children. Miniseminar presented at the Convention of the
       American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Atlanta, GA.
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                          13

Goldstein, B. & Curatolo, J. (1989, November). Early language acquisition of Spanish-speaking
       children. Poster session presented at the Convention of the American Speech-Language-
       Hearing Association, St. Louis, MO.

Goldstein, B. & Iglesias, A. (1988, November). Phonological processes of Spanish speaking 3-
       and 4-year olds. Poster session presented at the Convention of the American Speech-
       Language-Hearing Association, Boston, MA.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS
Goldstein, B. (2005, January). Bilingual special education. Seminar to be presented to the
       Northwest Suburban Special Education Organization. Mt.Prospect, IL.

Goldstein, B. (2005, February). Intervention for bilingual (Latino) children. Seminar to be
       presented to the Lincoln (PA) Intermediate Unit, Gettysburg, PA.

Goldstein, B. (2005, April). Language and culture. Seminar to be presented to the Ken-Crest
       Organization, Philadelphia, PA.

Goldstein, B. (2005, April). Bilingual phonology: An emphasis on Spanish-English bilingual
       children. Seminar to be presented at the 2005 convention of the California Speech-
       Language-Hearing Association. San Jose, CA.

Goldstein, B. (2004, July). Spanish phonological development and disorders: A case study.
       Seminar presented at the 4th annual Bilingual Speech Language Pathology Symposium,
       Las Vegas, Nev.

Goldstein, B. (2004, February). Language differences and disorders in English language
       learners. Seminar presented to the Lincoln (PA) Intermediate Unit, Gettysburg,
       PA.

Goldstein, B. (2004, January). Differential diagnosis for English language learners. Seminar
       presented to the Speech and Language Association of Montgomery County (PA),
       Norristown, PA.

Goldstein, B. (2003, May). Phonological development and disorders in Spanish speakers:
       Implication for assessment and intervention. Seminar presented at Arizona State
       University, Tempe, AZ.

Goldstein, B. (2003, March). Linking phonological assessment and intervention for Spanish-
       English bilingual children. Seminar presented at the New York State Speech-Language-
       Hearing convention. Rye, NY.

Goldstein, B. (2003, March). An introduction to phonological development in Spanish-speaking
       children. Seminar presented at the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing
       convention. Rye, NY.
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                            14


Goldstein, B. (2003, February). Spanish phonology: Implications for assessment and
       intervention. Seminar presented at San Jose State University, San Jose, CA.

Goldstein, B. (2002, August). Phonological Assessment of Bilingual (Spanish-English)
       Children. Seminar presented at the 2nd annual Bilingual Speech Language Pathology
       Symposium, Puerta Vallarta, Mexico.

Goldstein, B. (2002, March). Phonological development in bilingual children. Seminar
       presented to CUNY, Lehman College, Brooklyn, NY.

Goldstein, B. (2002, February). Assessment and Intervention of Bilingual Children. Seminar
       presented at the Lynda R. Campbell Memorial Lecture Series, Saint Louis University, St.
       Louis, MO.

Apel, K., Brown, S., Calvert, L., Faucheux, S., Goldstein, B., Hodson, B., Oetting, J.,
       Throneburg, R., & Washington, P. (2001, November). Successful collaborations:
       Research in the field. Seminar presented at the Convention of the American Speech-
       Language-Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA.

Goldstein, B. (2001, August). Phonological Development and Disorders in Bilingual (Spanish-
       English) Children. Seminar presented at the 1st annual Bilingual Speech Language
       Pathology Symposium, Cancún, Mexico.

Goldstein, B. (2001, March). Phonological Development in Spanish-Speaking Children.
       Seminar presented at the 10th Annual Southwest Conference on Communicative
       Disorders, Albuquerque, NM.

Goldstein, B. (2000, October). Assessment and intervention: A focus on bilingual speakers.
       Seminar presented at the convention of the Arkansas Speech-Language-Hearing
       Association, Hot Springs, AR.

Goldstein, B. (2000, October). Intervention Strategies for Articulation/ Phonological Disorders
       in Children Who Speak Spanish. Seminar presented at Adria Conference Center,
       Bayside, NY.

Goldstein, B. (2000, September). Clinical management of phonological disorders in Spanish-
       speaking children. Seminar presented at the convention of the New Mexico Speech-
       Language-Hearing Association, Albuquerque, NM.

Goldstein, B. (2000, June). Treating phonological disorders in Spanish-speaking children.
       Seminar presented to Community School District Six, New York, NY.

Goldstein, B. (2000, January). Assessment and treatment of bilingual speakers. Seminar
       presented to the Colonial Intermediate Unit School District, Easton, PA.
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                            15


Goldstein, B. (1999, February). Assessing and treating phonological disorders in Spanish-
       speaking children. Workshop presented at St. John’s University, Queens, NY.

Goldstein, B. (1997, April). Assessment and intervention with culturally diverse populations.
       Seminar presented at the Northeastern Speech and Hearing Association of Pennsylvania.

Goldstein, B. (1997, March). Language and speech acquisition in bilingual populations.
       Seminar presented at the annual convention of the Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing
       Association, St. Louis, MO.

Goldstein, B. (1996, October). Building bridges: Language acquisition: Second language,
       language difference vs. language disorder. Seminar presented at the annual convention of
       the Nebraska Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Kearney, NE.

Goldstein, B. (1996, October). Dynamic assessment: A less-biased approach to diagnosing
       speech and language disorders. Seminar presented at the annual convention of the Iowa
       Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Des Moines, IA.

Yavas, M. & Goldstein, B. (1995, November). Speech sound disorders/ differences in L1 and
       L2: Clinical applications. Miniseminar presented at the annual convention of the
       American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Orlando, FL.

Goldstein, B. (1995, October). Language acquisition: Second language, language difference vs.
       language disorder. Seminar presented at the annual convention of the Iowa Speech-
       Language-Hearing Association, Des Moines, IA.

Goldstein, B. (1995, October). Language difference vs. language disorder. Seminar presented at
       the annual convention of the Arkansas Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Hot
       Springs, AR.

Goldstein, B. (1995, April). Language acquisition: Second language, language difference vs.
       language disorder. Seminar presented at the First Annual Multicultural Symposium,
       Salem, OR.

Goldstein, B. (1995, March). Current treatment approaches for children with
       phonological disorders. Seminar presented at the annual meeting of the Speech-
       Language-Hearing Association of Greater Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO.

Goldstein, B. (1995, February). Bilingualism in children. Seminar presented at the conference
       "Bilingualism: What Every Clinician Should Know," Dallas, TX.

Goldstein, B. (1992, February). Language and phonological variations in Spanish-Speakers of
       Caribbean origin. Seminar presented at the Comprehensive Network, Brooklyn, NY.
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                            16

STATE PRESENTATIONS
Long, S., Goldstein, B., & Stockman, I. (2002, April). Computerized phonological analysis of
       linguistically diverse speech samples. Seminar presented at convention of the
       Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Pittsburgh, PA.
Long, S., Stockman, I., & Goldstein, B. (2002). Computerized phonological analysis of
       linguistically diverse speech samples. Seminar presented at convention of the National
       Black Association of Speech, Language & Hearing, Raleigh, NC.

Goldstein, B., & Iglesias, A. (2000, April). Assessment and treatment of bilingual speakers.
       Seminar presented at convention of the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing
       Association, Harrisburg, PA.

Liebetreu, R. & Goldstein, B. (1997, March). What's wrong with discrepancy testing. Poster
       session presented at the convention of the Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing
       Association, St. Louis, MO.

Clarke, C. & Goldstein, B. (1996, March). Vowel errors in children with phonological disorders.
       Miniseminar presented at the convention of the Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing
       Association, Lake of the Ozarks, MO.

Salas-Provance, M., Goldstein, B., Campbell, L., Peterson, M., Ghosh, M., & Thompson, L.
       (1996, March). Multicultural issues and current assessment tools. Miniseminar
       presented at the convention of the Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Lake
       of the Ozarks, MO.

Goldstein, B., & Hoffmann, J. (1995, March). Treating phonological disorders in children.
       Miniseminar presented at the convention of the Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing
       Association, Kansas City, MO.

Goldstein, B., Salas-Provance, M., Campbell, L., Peterson, M., Ghosh, M., & Thompson, L.
       (1995, March). Multicultural issues in speech-language pathology. Miniseminar
       presented at the convention of the Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association,
       Kansas City, MO.

Brennan, M., Goldstein, B., & Wolf, C. (1995, March). The psychological reality of language
      impairment. Miniseminar presented at the convention of the Missouri Speech-Language-
      Hearing Association, Kansas City, MO.

Goldstein, B., & Childs, C. (1994, May). Longitudinal phonological change during treatment.
       Poster session presented at the convention of the Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing
       Association, St. Louis, MO.

Warburton, M., & Goldstein, B. (1994, May). Treacher Collins syndrome: Diagnosis and
      management. Poster session presented at the convention of the Missouri Speech-
      Language-Hearing Association, St. Louis, MO.
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                        17


EDITORIAL POSITIONS
$    Editor, Language, Speech, Hearing Services in the Schools, 2004-2006
$    Associate Editor, Language, Speech, Hearing Services in the Schools, 2001-2003
$    Editorial Board, Journal of Multilingual Communication Disorders, 2002-present
•    Peer Reviewer, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services,
     Biological & Physiological Sciences Special Emphasis Panel, 1998
•    Associate Editor, Resources Guides in.... Singular Publishing Group, 1998-
•    Editorial Consultant, American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 1993-present
•    Editorial Consultant, Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 1995-present
•    Editorial Consultant, Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in the Schools, 1996-
     present
•    Guest Editor, Communications Disorders and Sciences in Culturally and Linguistically
     Diverse Populations Newsletter, 2(3), 2-9.
•    Editor, Communications Disorders and Sciences in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse
     Populations Newsletter, 1997-1999
•    Manuscript Reviewer, Singular Publishing; 1997: Yavas, M. An Introduction to
     Phonology.
•    Reviewer for FastSort: Artic. (CD-ROM; Allyn & Bacon).

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
$   Publications Board (member), American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2004-
    2006
$   Council of Editors (member), American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2004-
    2006
$   Ad hoc grant reviewer, Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research
$   Topic Committee Chair (Multicultural & Diversity Issues), Annual convention of the
    American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2004
$    Invited Participant, New Investigators Roundtable, Annual convention of the American
    Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2004, Philadelphia, PA
$   External grant reviewer for City University of New York-Graduate Center
$   American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Expert, 2003-present
$   External reviewer for tenure application for faculty member at Ball State University.
$   External reviewer for tenure application for faculty member at City University of New
    York-Lehman College
$   External Reviewer for Promotion for faculty member, Saint Louis University
$   Topic Committee Member (Multicultural & Diversity Issues), Annual convention of the
    American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2003
$   Topic Reviewer (Phonology, Bilingualism), 4th International Symposium on
    Bilingualism, 2002
$   Program Committee (Multicultural & Diversity Issues), Annual convention of the
    American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2002
$   Invited Reviewer, Clinical Management of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse
    Individuals, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                           18

$      Invited Reviewer, Knowledge and Skills Needed by Speech-Language Pathologists and
       Audiologists Providing Culturally and Linguistically Competent Professional Services to
       All Clients/Patients, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
$      Research Mentor, ASHA Research in Higher Education Mentoring Program, Summer,
       2001
•      Invited Participant, New Investigators Roundtable, Annual convention of the American
       Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2001, New Orleans, LA.
•      Invited Participant, Meet the Mentor, Annual convention of the American Speech-
       Language-Hearing Association, 2001, New Orleans, LA.
•      Outside reviewer for promotion application for faculty member at St. Louis University
•      Invited Participant, New Investigators in the Millennium Roundtable, Annual convention
       of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2000, Washington, DC
•      External reviewer for promotion and tenure application for faculty member at University
       of Arkansas
•      Program Committee (Multicultural Issues), Annual convention of the American Speech-
       Language-Hearing Association, 2000
•      Invited Participant, New Investigators in the Millennium Roundtable, Annual convention
       of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 1999, San Francisco, CA.
•      Program Committee Chair (Phonology), Annual convention of the American Speech-
       Language-Hearing Association, 1999
•      Program Committee (Cultural and Linguistic Diversity), Annual convention of the
       American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 1998
•      Session Chair, Annual convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing
       Association, 1998
•      Program Committee (Phonology), Annual convention of the American Speech-
       Language-Hearing Association, 1997
•      CCB Subcommittee on Examination Performance, American Speech-Language-Hearing
       Association, 1997
•      Multicultural Issues Board, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 1995-1997
•      Hispanic Caucus, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 1993-present
•      Multicultural Concerns Committee, Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association,
       1994-1997
•      Child Phonology Committee, Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 1995-
       1997
•      Education Program Faculty, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 1993-
       present
•      Research Network, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 1993-present

HONORS, AWARDS
Fellow, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association                    2003

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association                            1986-present
International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Association            1994-present
Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association                            1993-1997
Brian Goldstein, Ph.D.                                                                         19

Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Greater Saint Louis              1993-1996


STUDENT COMMITTEES

Doctoral Dissertations
      Leah Fabiano. Topic undetermined. (committee chair)

       Elizabth Schnell. Topic undetermined. (committee chair)

       Patricia Washington. Topic undetermined. (committee chair)

       Kathy Scott Topic undetermined. (committee member)

       Joe Donaher (in process). The Relationship between Stuttering and Tourette’s
             Syndrome. (committee member)

       Christine Young (Ph.D., May, 2000). Prosodic Constraints on Syllable-Final Consonants
               in Puerto Rican Spanish: An Optimality Theory Approach. (outside reader).

Master's Theses
      Kate Westerhold (M.A., May, 2002). Child-Directed Speech in Spanish Speakers: A
             Phonological Emphasis (committee chair).

       Louise Heite (M.A., December, 2000). La Petite Mort: Dissociation and the Experience
              of Stuttering. (committee member).

       Colleen Clarke (M.S., August, 1996). Analysis of Vowel Patterns in Children with
              Phonological Disorders (committee chair).

Undergraduate Honors Projects
      Lissette Belen (B.A., August, 2002). Substitution Patterns in Typically Developing,
              Monolingual Spanish-Speaking Preschoolers (director).

       Amy Acquaviva (B.A., May, 2005 anticipated). Phonological Development in Spanish-
            English Bilingual Children. (director)