Collaborations with other disciplines most often involves researchers in Speech and Hearing Sciences where they account for 12.2% of all co-authored journal publications. The next frequent collaborative field, Psychology, General, accounts for 10.5% of all COMMUNICATION DISORDERS AND SCIENCES co-authored journal publications. Do you know who are the top potential collaborators in these fields that best complement your research and where they are located?
According to the data captured in the Academic Analytics database, 25.3% of Communication Disorders and Sciences faculty have received a national honorific award. The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association provides the most honorific awards for the discipline. Of the faculty population for whom we have been able to identify gender, the distribution of awards granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association is 43.1% of awards going to male scholars and 56.9% going to female scholars.