The University of Texas at Dallas School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

Hannah D.P. Neale

Assistant Professor of Practice

Curriculum Vitae


Email: [email protected]
Phone: 972-883-3653
Office: CRA_12.119P
Campus Mail Code: CRA


Dr. Hannah Pourchot Neale is Professor of Practice in the Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences undergraduate program. She teaches undergraduate courses in the communication sciences and disorders program, supervises undergraduate and graduate students in clinical settings, and serves as a clinical advisor. Dr. Neale has worked in various clinical settings with pediatric patients presenting with differing speech and language needs. Her research interests include early speech and language development and the broad development of infants and children with hearing loss. Dr. Neale received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma and her master’s and doctoral degrees from The University of Texas at Dallas.

Recent and Selected Representative Publications

Recent Articles in Peer-Refereed Journals

Warner-Czyz, A. D., Loy, B., Pourchot, H., White, T., & Cokely, E. (2018). Effect of Hearing Loss on Peer Victimization in School-Age Children. Exceptional Children, 84(3), 280-297.

Pourchot, H., Touchstone, E (2016). Children’s visual tracking of words and pictures during book reading. Oral presentation at the American Speech and Hearing Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Warner-Czyz, A., Loy, B., Pourchot, H. (2015). Impact of Hearing Loss on Bullying in School Aged Children. Featured topic in the American Public Health Association, The Nation’s Health, Meeting Findings Issue.