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डॉ प्रिया एम.बी.

डॉ प्रिया एम.बी.

वाक् विज्ञान में व्याख्याता, वाक्‍ - भाषा दोष विभाग

ईमेल: priyamb26@aiishmysore.in

फोन कार्यालय: 2502846

Dr. Priya M. B. is a Speech Language Pathologist with 13 years of experience in the field. She is currently working as Assistant Professor in Speech Pathology, Dept. of SLP, AIISH. Her main areas of interest are Child Language Disorders, Bi/Multilingualism, Phonology and its disorders.

  1. Niraj Kumar Singh, Amulya P Rao, Y Krishna, B Arun, Asha Yathiraj, C Indranil, KR Sunil, Pradeep , Prawin Kumar, K Suman, Javara Nayaka, Achaiah , TV Reuben, Deepa Valame, Gagan Bajaj, Hemanth Narayan Shetty, M B Priya, Gayathri Krishnan, Prasanna Hegde (2022). Factors Leading to Brain Drain of Speech and Hearing Professionals in India. Journal of Indian Speech Language and Hearing Association, 36, 25-30.
  2. Priya, M. B. & Preethi, R. (2019). A comparison of grammatical structures in Kannada-English bilingual pre-schoolers. Journal of All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, 38, 39-46.
  3. Jain, C., Priya, M. B., & Joshi, K. (2019). Relationship between temporal processing and phonological awareness in children with speech sound disorders. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 34 (6), 566-575. ISSN: 0269-9206  https://doi.org/10.1080/02699206.2019.1671902
  4. Savithri S. R., Rajasudhakar, R., Priya, M. B., Aishwarya, N. (2018). Effectiveness of Orientation Program on Communication Disorders for ASHA Workers of Mysuru, Mandya and Chamarajanagar Districts. International Journal of Health Sciences and Research, 8(11), 1-7. ISSN: 2249-9571
  5. Maruthy, S., Rallapalli, V., Shukla, S., & Priya, M. B. (2019). Consequence of long-standing auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder on voice. Journal of Indian Speech Language and Hearing Association, 33, 8-13.
  6. Priya, M. B., Divya Seth, & Sandeep M. (2018). Segmental speech characteristics in individuals with Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorders. Journal of All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, 37, 33-40.
  7. Seth, D., Priya, M. B. & R. Manjula (2016). Verbal and Non-verbal Measures of Rapid Automatized Processing – Implications on Reading. Journal of All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, 35, 30-36.
  8. Priya, M. B., & Manjula, R. (2016). Articulation Judgment Abilities and Phonological Representations in Typically Developing Preschoolers. Journal of Advanced Linguistic Studies, 5(1-2), 175-197.
  9. Priya M. B. & Manjula, R. (2016). Word and Syllable Shapes in Imitation of Kannada Sentences: A Reflection of Developing Phonological Representations. Journal of Child Language Acquisition and Development, 4 (1), 159-174.
  10. Biddappa, P. M., Seth, D. & R. Manjula (2016). Rapid automatized processing of nouns and verbs in typical children. International Journal of Disability and Human Development, doi: 10.1515/ijdhd-2016- 0030.
  11. Goswami, S. P., & Priya M. B. (2015). Screening and diagnostic test materials and intervention manuals for speech and language disorders. Compendium of Research funded by ARF, Vol 1, 94-102.
  12. Prathima S., & Priya M. B. (2014). Niemann-Pick Type C Disease: A case report. Journal of All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, 33, 89-92.
  13. Priya, M. B., & Manjula, R. (2010). Effect of upright and supine postures on respiratory and phonatory measures: Implications in Cerebral Palsy. Journal of Indian Speech and Hearing Association, 24 (2), 109-120.
  14. Sangeetha, M., Priya, M. B., & Pushpavathi, M. (2009). Nasalence value for English passage in Kannada speakers: A preliminary study. Proceedings of 5th Kannada Vignana Sammelana, 15-17th Sept, 78-80.
  15. Priya, M. B., & Manjula R. (2008-2009). Metalinguistic abilities in children with developmental dyslexia: Implications for reading and writing. Student Research at AIISH, Mysore, Vol. VII, Part- B- Speech Language Pathology, 200 -213.
  16. Priya, M. B., & Manjula, R. (2008). Effect of syllable length on tonal features in Manipuri language. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Frontiers of Research on Speech and Music, 26-30.


Title of the Project

Principal Investigator


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Stimulability Assessment as an Outcome Measure of Phonological Intervention in Kannada Speaking Children with Speech Sound Disorders

Dr. Priya M. B.

Dr. Sreedevi N.

ARF, AIISH, Mysore


1 year

Report to be submitted


Auditory Processing in children with Speech Sound Disorders

Dr. Chandni Jain

Dr. Priya M. B.

ARF, AIISH, Mysore


1 year



Product Development of Useful Products of Research carried out at AIISH

Dr. Prashanth Prabhu &

Dr. Priya M. B.

Dr. Shijith Kumar C

ARF, AIISH, Mysore


14 months



Survey of Communication Disorders by Trained ASHA Workers in the Districts of Mysore, Mandya and Chamarajanagar

Dr. S. R. Savithri

Dr. R. Rajasudhakar & Dr. Priya M. B.

Plan Project



Report submitted


Sequel of Auditory Dys-synchrony on Speech Production

Ms. Priya M.B.

Dr. Sandeep M.

ARF, AIISH, Mysore


18 months



Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals – Preschool (2nd Edition) for Kannada – speaking English Language Learners

Ms. Priya M.B.


ARF, AIISH, Mysore


20 months



Development of Verbal Test of Attention in Children – Phase 1

Ms. Priya M. B

Ms. Sangeetha M & Dr. S. Venkateshan

ARF, AIISH, Mysore


1 year



Screening and Diagnostic test materials and Intervention Manuals for Speech and Language Disorders

Dr. S.P.Goswami

Dr. S. R. Savithri  & Ms. Priya M.B

ARF, AIISH, Mysore


6 months


Sl. No.




Assistant Professor in Speech Pathology


All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Manasagangothri, Mysore

25.04.2022 – till date

Lecturer in Speech Sciences (Contract)

12.07.2016 – 22.04.2022

Clinical Supervisor

18.12.2012 – 11.07.2016

Speech Language Pathologist - Grade II

05.05.2010 – 17.12.2012

Speech Language Pathologist - Grade I (Contract)

09.08.2009 – 04.05.2010

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