Peer-Reviewed Publications:

(*Monmouth University student co-author)

Raj, E. X., Daniels, D. E., & Thomson, P. E.* (2023). Facebook groups for people who stutter: An extension of and supplement to in-person support groups. Journal of Communication Disorders, 101, 1-13.

Dignazio, L. E.*, Kenny, M. M.*, Raj, E. X., & Pelkey, K. D. (2020). Stuttering-related podcasts: Audio-based self-help for people who stutter. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, 5(5), 1131-1138.

Hughes, C. D., Daniels, D. E., Raj, E. X., & Ghent, A. (2019). Using actors and peers in the clinical education of stuttering: Results from a mixed methods study. Clinical Archives of Communication Disorders, 4(1), 21-34. 

Raj, E. X., Ahmed, N. N.*, & Hughes, C. D. (2017). Digital guest speakers who stutter: Student perceptions of videoconferencing within a fluency disorders course. Clinical Archives of Communication Disorders, 2(3), 238-249. 

Raj, E. X., & Daniels, D. E. (2017). Psychosocial support for adults who stutter: Exploring the role of online communities. Speech, Language and Hearing, 20(3), 144-153.

Peer-Reviewed Publications:

(In Press)

Tellis, G. M., Delmar, S., Monteleone, M., Foster, F., Penrod, B., Fenstermaker, M., & Raj, E. X. (2023). Current and pre-pandemic use of digital technologies by speech-language pathologists and speech-language pathology graduate students to assess and treat fluency disorders. (In Press, Proceedings from the Joint World Congress on Stuttering and Cluttering, International Fluency Association)

Peer-Reviewed Publications:

(In Review)

Wiele, B., Cook, S., Heim, S., & Raj, E. X. (2023). Long-term evaluation of stuttering severity and psychosocial impact after an intensive stuttering therapy. (In Review, International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology)

Peer-Reviewed Publications:

(In Preparation) 

Raj, E. X., Chmela, K., Daniels, D. E., Palasik, S., Shields, L., & Campbell, J. (2023). Summer camp experiences for young people who stutter: A qualitative analysis of Camp Shout Out. (In Preparation, Journal to be Determined)

Invited Book Chapters:


Raj, E. X. (2022). Laughter in stuttering therapy: Using humor-based apps to begin meaningful discussions. In H. Sønsterud & K. Węsierska (Eds.), Dialogue without barriers: Stuttering management for children and adults. (pp. 583-603). Poland: Agere Aude Foundation for Knowledge and Social Dialogue. 

Raj, E. X. (2021). Silencing the doubt and accepting invitations. In Aurora Corialis Publishing. Becoming an exceptional SLP leader: 14 speech-language pathologists do much more than talk. (pp. 49-61). Phoenix, AZ: Mai Ling Chan, LLC.

Trichon, M. & Raj, E. X. (2018). Peer support for people who stutter: History, benefits, and accessibility. In B. J. Amster & E. R. Klein (Eds.), More than fluency: The social, emotional, and cognitive dimensions of stuttering. (pp. 187-214). San Diego, CA: Plural Publishing.

Raj, E. X. (2015). Articulation activities that children want to practice. In L. J. Brady (Ed.), Apps for autism: An essential guide to over 200 effective apps for improving communication, behavior, social skills, and more (2nd ed.), (pp. 67-71). Arlington, TX: Future Horizons, Inc.