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Mogren, Asa



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Asa have been working as a speech therapist at the Mun-H-Center since 2005 and defended my doctoral thesis “Orofacial function in children with speech sound disorders” in November 2021. In addition to working clinically, her position also includes method development, educational responsibility and information dissemination. Her research area includes studies of orofacial function and bite development in children with speech disorders and children with rare health conditions.

Mogren, Å., Sand, A., Havner, C., Sjögreen, L., Westerlund, A., Agholme, M., McAllister, A. (2022). Children and adolescents with speech sound disorders are more likely to have orofacial dysfunction and malocclusion. Clinical of Experimental Dental Research. Oct; 8(5):1130-1141. doi: 10.1002/cre2.602.

Mogren, Å., Havner, C., Westerlund, A., Sjögreen, L., Agholme M., McAllister, A. (2022). Malocclusion in children with speech sound disorders and motor speech involvement: a cross-sectional clinical study in Swedish children. European Archives of Paediatric Dentistry. Aug; 23(4):619-628. doi: 10.1007/s40368-022-00728-4.

Mogren, Å., McAllister, A & Sjögreen, L. (2021). Range of motion (ROM) in lips and jaw during vowels assessed with 3D motion analysis in Swedish children with typical speech development and children with speech sound disorders. Speech and Language Pathology Phoniatrics Vocology. Mar 4:1-11. doi:10.1080/14015439.2021.1890207. PMID: 33660562

Mogren, Å., Sjögreen, L., Barr Agholme, M., & McAllister, A. (2020). Orofacial function in children with speech sound disorders (SSD) persisting after the age of six. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. Oct; 22(5):526-536.

Sjögreen L, Mogren Å, Andersson-Norinder J, Bratel J. (2015) Speech, eating and saliva control in rare diseases – a database study. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation. Nov; 42(11):819-27. doi: 10.1111/joor.12317.