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Name: Dina Caetano Alves

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Academic Degree: PhD in Linguistics | Psycholinguistics

Professional Status: Invited Adjunct Professor at School of Health Care of 'Setúbal Polytechnic Institute'

CLUL's Research Sector: Laboratory of Psycholinguistics

Research Areas: phonology, psycholinguistics, production, perception, phonological acquisition, (meta)phonological knowledge, alphabetic and orthographic knowledge, speech and language pathologies (at oral and written levels), clinical linguistics and psychometrics.


Academic Degrees

2013 - 2006 | PhD in Linguistics (Psycholinguistics) at University of Lisbon, supervised by Professor Isabel Hub Faria and Professor Maria João Freitas (FCT grant: SFRH/BD/47271/2008).
Title of dissertation: Effect of segmental properties in segmental awareness, reading and writing tasks.

2004 - 2002 | Postgraduation in Psycholinguistics at University of Lisbon.

2002 - 1999 | Bachelor in Speech-Language Therapy/Pathology at School of Health Care of ‘Alcoitão’.

1999 - 1998 | Postgraduate course in translation (Portuguese/French) at New University of Lisbon [not completed].

1998 - 1994 | Bachelor in Linguistics at New University of Lisbon (including one academic year as erasmus student at University of Paris 8: 1996-1997). 

Professional Experience (teaching)

Since 2013 | Invited Adjunct Professor at ESS-IPS and ESE-IPS - School of Health Care and School of Education of the ‘Setúbal Polytechnic Institute’

2013-2003 | Assistant Professor at ESSEM – School of Health Care of Egas Moniz

Since 2007 | Lecturer about Phonological Awareness and about Speech Sounds Disorders - Articulatory and Phonological Disorders – (phonological theories applied to assessment and intervention in Speech and Language Therapy), by invitation, under doctoral programs (Faculty of Arts, University of Lisbon), master programs (Health School, ‘Setúbal Polytechnic Institute’; School of Health Care, University of Aveiro), postgraduate programs (CRIAP; EPAP) and bachelor courses (School of Health Care, Atlantic University; School of Health Care, University of Algarve)

 

Professional Experience (non-teaching)

Since 2007 | Certificated/accredited lecturer, by the Scientific-Pedagogic Council of Continuous Courses (Ministery of Education and Science), since 15/01/2007 (with registration CCPFC/RFO-21621/07), on Special Needs Education (B06)

Since 2003 | CLUL member (Laboratory of Psycholinguistics), firstly, as collaborator (since 2003) and, currently, as integrated researcher (since 2013)

Since 2006 | Linguist and Speech/Language Pathologist/ Therapist (Professional Card nº C-019437188) at ‘RELICÁRIO DE SONS-Speech and Language Therapy/Pathology and Specialized Products, Lda’:
i) clinical coordinator;
ii) clinical services in language (oral and written), speech, facial/motor functions and voice (transsexual);
ii) lecturer and supervisor of clinical and academic contents;
iii) Researcher;
iv) technical and editorial coordinator or consultant concerning development or translation/adaptation of different materials (digital – software - and not) designed for assessment and intervention in Speech and Language Pathology/Therapy.
 

2006-2002 | Speech-Language Pathologist/ Therapist as independent/liberal professional (in collaboration with educational institutions - public and private - and at office, with children, adolescents and adults) 

2002-1998 | Linguist (consultant and/or reviewer) performing as independent/liberal professional


Congresses//Courses

National and international

Communications, posters and others

2013

II Research Seminar 'Between theory, data and knowledge: look at a reality ' (31/October/2013, Setúbal), with the oral presentation "Phonological awareness assessment – results of a project in progress." (Ana Castro, Dina Caetano Alves, Susana Correia and Célia Soares).

IX ENAL-Encontro Nacional sobre Aquisição da Linguagem (National Meeting on Language Acquisition) and III EIAL-Encontro Internacional sobre Aquisição da Linguagem (International Meeting on Language Acquisition) (9/30/2013-10/5/2013, Federal University of Paraíba, Brazil), with the oral presentation "Phonological Awareness – data of portuguese pre-schoolers and schoolers." (Ana Castro, Dina Caetano Alves and Susana Correia) [accepted but not presented].

21º Congresso Brasileiro de Fonoaudiologia (Brazilian Congress on Audiology and on Speech-Language Therapy/Pathology) and 2º Congresso Ibero-Americano de Fonoaudiologia (Iberoamerican Congress on Audiology and on Speech-Language Therapy/Pathology) (22-9/25/2013, Porto de Galinhas, Brazil), with the oral presentation "Vocal Reassignment - the effect of hormone therapy on transsexual voice: presentation of the project and preliminary results." (Dina Caetano Alves, Paula Correia, Iris Monteiro, Pedro Freitas).

VI National Congress of APTF (10-5/12/2013, Lisbon), with the oral presentation "Phonological awareness assessment-results of a pilot study." (Ana Castro, Dina Caetano Alves and Susana Correia).

VI National Congress of APTF (10-5/12/2013, Lisbon), with the oral presentation "Word awareness: phonological and syntactic effects." (Sonia Cardoso, Ana Castro and Dina Caetano Alves).


2012

II Conferências de Práticas Clínicas em Terapia da Fala (Clinical Practice Conferences in Speech-Language Therapy/Pathology) (26-4/28/2012, Lisboa; organization: SpeechCare), with the oral presentation "Project presentation: Phonological Awareness Exercises-preparing for reading and writing" (Karla Cysne, Teresa Chamusca, Dina Caetano Alves and Tânia Reis).

Workshop on Linguistics, Language Development and Impairment (Instituto para a Investigação Interdisciplinar / (Interdisciplinary Research Institute) (24-1/25/2012, Lisbon), with the oral presentation "Validity and reliability aspects associated to the phonological awareness of syllabic units" (Dina Caetano Alves).

CUNY Conference on the Segment in Phonology (11-1/13/2012, New York, USA), with presentation of the project "Training phonological knowledge associating onomatopoeias to segments – a tool for clinical practice" (Dina Caetano Alves).


2011

19º Congresso Brasileiro de Fonoaudiologia (Brazilian Congress on Audiology and on Speech-Language Therapy/Pathology) and 8th Congresso Internacional de Fonoaudiologia (International Congress on Audiology and on Speech-Language Therapy/Pathology) (10/30/2011-11/2/2011, Sao Paulo, Brazil), with the oral presentation "‘Os Sons d’A Relicário: associating onomatopeias to speech sounds –material adaptation to the Brazilian Portuguese."(Dina Caetano Alves).

VIII ENAL-Encontro Nacional sobre Aquisição da Linguagem (National Meeting on Language Acquisition) and II EIAL-Encontro Internacional sobre Aquisição da Linguagem (International Meeting on Language Acquisition (17-10/19/2011, Juiz de Fora, Brazil), with the oral presentation "‘Os Sons d’A Relicário’: associating onomatopeias to speech sounds – methodology and internal validity."(Dina Caetano Alves).

I Conferências de Práticas Clínicas em Terapia da Fala (Clinical Practice Conferences in Speech-Language Therapy/Pathology) (01-2/4/2011, Oeiras; organization: SpeechCare), with the oral presentation “Therapeutic tools for verbal performance (oral and written) - project and materials presentation."(Dina Caetano Alves).

Workshop on Linguistics, Language Development and Impairment (Institute for Interdisciplinary Investigation, Lisbon, Portugal, 24-25/01/2011), with the oral presentation "Validity and reliability aspects associated to the phonological awareness of syllabic units".


2010
 

I Colóquio Leitura: Investigação e Ensino (Reading Colloquium: research and teaching) (University of Lisbon, 18-19/10/2010), with the oral presentation "Building instruments for clinical and pedagogic intervention on Phonological Awareness: presentation of the project and results" (Ana Castro, Dina Caetano Alves and Susana Correia). 

I Colóquio Leitura: Investigação e Ensino (Reading Colloquium: research and teaching) (University of Lisbon, 18-19/10/20100), with the oral presentation "Contributions to the linguistic variables control on Phonological Awareness assessment" (Maria João Freitas, Adelina Castelo, Catarina Afonso, Dina Caetano Alves, Francisco Vicente, Isabel Hub Faria and Teresa Costa).

I Colóquio Leitura: Investigação e Ensino (Reading Colloquium: research and teaching) (University of Lisbon, 18-19/10/2010), with the posters presentation:

-    "Intrasyllabic awareness of segments [r] and [l] in children at preschool and school levels" (Soraia Barriguita and Dina Caetano Alves);

-    "Intrasyllabic awareness of Coda under syllabic segmentation tasks of pseudowords with children (pre)schoolers" (Catarina Isabel and Dina Caetano Alves);

-    "Awareness of stressed syllables at preschool and school level" (Rita Sousa and Dina Caetano Alves);

-    “A program for stimulation of Phonological Awareness in school context "( Artur Carvalho and Dina Caetano Alves);

-    "Phonological Awareness in mozambican basic education" (Francisco Vicente, Maria João Freitas and Dina Caetano Alves);

-    "Phonological complexity and syllabic segmentation of words" (by presented Catarina Afonso; co-authors: Catarina Afonso and Maria João Freitas).

ALA International Conference - Association for Language Awareness (25-28/07/2010, University of Kassel, Germany), with the poster presentation of "Phonological features and phonemic awareness" (Dina Caetano Alves Isabel Hub Faria and Maria João Freitas).


2009
 

V National Congress of Speech and Language Therapists/Pathologists (20/11/2009 to 21/11/2009), with the oral presentation "Phonological Awareness – instruments for clinical and pedagogic intervention – presentation of the project and preliminary results." (Ana Castro, Dina Caetano Alves and Susana Correia). 

V National Congress of Speech and Language Therapists/Pathologists (20/11/2009 to 21/11/2009), with the poster presentation of "syllabic complexity and word segmentation in children between 4 and 6 years." (Catarina Afonso, Maria João Freitas and Dina Caetano Alves). 

XXV Meeting of Linguistic Portuguese Association (22-24/10/2009, Lisbon), with the oral presentation "Phonological Awareness – data about phonemic, intrasyllabic and syllabic awareness." (Ana Castro, Dina Caetano Alves and Susana Correia). 

1st Meeting of Speech and Language Therapy and Education (30-31/01/2009, Alcochete), with the oral presentation "The development of phonological awareness – the paradigm orality and writing" (Dina Caetano Alves).


2008
 

IASCL Conferences - International Association for the Study of Child Language (28/07-01/08/2008, Edinburgh), with the poster presentation of "Segmental properties and phonemic awareness" (Dina Caetano Alves, Isabel Hub Faria and Maria João Freitas).

IASCL Conferences - International Association for the Study of Child Language (28/07-01/08/2008, Edinburgh), with the poster presentation of "Complexity in syllabic segmentation tasks" (Catarina Afonso, Maria João Freitas and Dina Caetano Alves). 

III Forum of Linguistic Sharing (14 and 15/07/2008, FCSH-UNL), with the poster presentation of "Word extension and syllabic awareness" (Catarina Afonso and Dina Caetano Alves).

IV Meeting of Portuguese Language in the Early Years of Schooling (11/07/2008, ESE Lisbon), with the poster presentation "Developing phonological awareness" (Maria João Freitas, Dina Caetano Alves and Teresa Costa).

IV Meeting of Portuguese Language in the Early Years of Schooling (11/07/2008, ESE Lisbon), wit presentation of the poster "Stress and syllabic awareness" (Catarina Afonso, Maria João Freitas and Dina Caetano Alves).

BDA Conferences - British Dyslexia Association (27, 28 and 29/03/2008), with the oral presentation on "Linguistic properties and phonemic awareness" (Dina Caetano Alves, Isabel Hub Faria and Prof. Dr. Maria João Freitas).

BDA Conferences - British Dyslexia Association (27, 28 and 29/03/2008), with poster presentation of "Prosodic complexity and word segmentation" (Catarina Afonso, Maria João Freitas and Dina Caetano Alves).

European Day of Speech and Language Therapy (06/03/2008, School of Health Care - ‘Setúbal Polytechnic Institute’) with the oral presentation "The reflection of orality in writing" (Dina Caetano Alves).


2007

PaPI-Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia (25, 26 and 27/06/2007), with the oral presentation "Segmental Processing and Phonological Awareness" (Dina Caetano Alves , Isabel Hub Faria and Maria João Freitas).


2006
 

Shows of Linguistics (26-27/06/2006), with the oral presentation "Clinical Linguistics" (Isabel Hub Faria and Dina Caetano Alves).


2005
 

IV National Congress of Speech and Language Therapists/Pathologists (30/09/2005 to 01/10/2005), with the oral presentation "Segmental Awareness – there is a hierarchy associated with its emergence and its development?" (Dina Caetano Alves).


2003
 

III Congress of Speech-Language Therapy/Pathology (14 and 15/11/2003), with the oral presentation "APAT-EP – Articulatory Production Assessment Test for European Portuguese test – tool’s presenting" (Isabel Hub Faria, Isabel Falé and Dina Caetano Alves).

Seminars, conferences, lectures, courses, workshops and others

2013 

"(Meta)phonological knowledge and processing and its relationship with the alphabetic knowledge", in collaboration with Prof. João Veloso – conferences to teachers of the Central region of Portugal, by invitation of the Ministry of Education and Science, under the New Curricular Goals for Portuguese discipline at the Basic Education (October and November 2013). Duration of each lecture: 3 hours (5 editions completed).

"Orality" and "Grammar"- courses to teachers of the Central region of Portugal, about two of the domains of the Portuguese Curriculum, by invitation of the Ministry of Education and Science, under the New Curricular Goals for Basic Education (March to November 2013). Duration of each course: 4 hours (9 editions completed).

“Swallowing: functionning e disorders”, by invitation of SSAP – Social Services of the Public Administration (18/Nov/2013, Lisbon; duration: 2 hours). 

"Link between oral and written language – the case of phonological awareness", by invitation of ‘Cova da Beira’ Hospital, under the IV Meeting of Neurodevelopment (28/Jun/2013, Cova da Beira; duration: 1 hour).

“Language acquisition, functionning and disorders – from childhood to aldult”, by invitation of SSAP – Social Services of the Public Administration (3/Jun/2013, Lisbon; duration: 2 hours).

"Phonological Awareness – stimulation and rehabilitation strategies" by invitation of the Clinic of Education (28/May/2013, Lisbon; duration: 3 hours).

"Implicit and explicit phonological knowledge – emergency, development and performance, in orality and writing language", by invitation of SESARAM – Health Service of ‘Região Autónoma da Madeira’ (22-24/April/2013; duration: 24 hours).

‘Speech sounds disorders’ (assessment and intervention in the light of phonological implicational theories), by invitation, under master programs (School of Health Care, ‘Setúbal Polytechnic Institute’: may 2013; School of Health Care, ‘University of Aveiro’: may 2013) and postgraduate programs (CRIAP: April and September 2013). Duration of each seminar: 4 to 8 hours.

"Phonological processing reflected in oral and writing language", by invitation of ‘Colégio do Oriente’ (22/March/2013; duration: 3 hours).


2012
 

‘Workshop: Language Stimulation’, directed to general public (free entry; 07 April 2012; duration: 2 hours), promoted by Fnac.


Since 2011
 

"’Os Sons d’A Relicário’ for phonological processing rehabilitation - methodology and tool presentation", course with 8 hours (5 editions completed), organized by ‘Relicário de Sons’.


2011
 

"Understand what you hear: implications in learning"-directed to general public (free entry; May 23, 2011; duration: 3 hours), promoted by ‘Galp’ and ‘Relicário de Sons’. Topics: (i) "What is central auditory processing?" (Luísa Monteiro, ORL), (ii) "Signs related to central auditory disorders" (Pedro Cabral, neuropediatric); (iii) "I hear but I don’t understand!" (Cristiane Nunes, speech-language pathologist and audiologist), (iv) "Interferences of auditory processing in learning" (Dina Caetano Alves, speech-language pathologist and linguist).


Since 2010

‘Summer Workshops’, organized by ‘Relicário de Sons’, subordinated to the exploration of tools and methodologies used in clinical intervention: (i) semantics, (ii) morphology, (iii) syntax, (iv) cohesion and coherence of discourse, (iv) auditory processing, phonological awareness and knowledge, (v) reading and writing. Duration of each course: 15 hours (3 editions completed).


2010-2009
 

“Training to use clinical tools (Pró-Fono)”, organized by ‘Relicário de Sons’ and by Pró-Fono/Profala (October 2009 and November 2010). Duration of each course: 10 hours (2 editions completed).


Since 2009
 

"Phonological Knowledge X Orality and writing", organized by ‘Relicário de Sons’ and directed to Speech and Language Therapist/Pathologist and other professionals with pratice in clinical and educational area. Duration of each course with 16 hours (16 editions completed).


2008
 

"Reflex of orality on written" – lecture, by invitation, of the School of Health Care of ‘Setúbal Polytechnic Institute’, under the celebration of the European Day of Speech-Language Therapy/Pathology (March 6, 2008; duration: 1 hour).


Since 2007
 

‘About Phonological Awareness’, lectures between 4-8 hours, by invitation, under doctoral programs (University of Lisbon: 2008 to 2010), master programs (School of Health Care, ‘Setúbal Polytechnic Institute’: April or May 2007 to 2013), postgraduate programs (EPAP: June 2013) and bachelor programs (School of Health Care, ‘Atlantic University’: may 2013; School of Health Care, ‘University of Algarve’: october 2013). Duration of each course: 4 to 8 hours.

 

2008-2006 

“Language knowledge: developing phonological awareness” – courses under the National Program for the Teaching of Portuguese (PNEP), Lisbon, Minister of Education and Science) about Phonological Awareness, realized at School of Education of ‘Lisbon Polytechnic Institute’.

 

2006 

"Reading and reading disorders”, by invitation of Telepsia - Educational Psychology Services (January 2006).

"Disorders of Speech and Language and its implications", by invitation of The Professor’s Centre of Odemira (March 2006).

 

2005

"Reading and Dyslexia" by invitation of The Professor’s Centre of Odemira (March 2005).


Scientific activities

Review and other activities of scientific validation/verification

Since 2013

Member of the editorial council of the Scientific Review of the APTF.

2011

Evaluation and validation of an international project, in way to create a Center for Research on Language and Language Disorders, with public funding requested to FAPESP's Program for Research, Innovation and Dissemination Centers (RIDC)-São Paulo/Brazil. Integration of the jury by FAPESP's invitation.

 

Participation in research projects

Since 2013

Research and participation in the project "Typical and atypical phonological acquisition in European Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese" – Ana Castro (ESS-IPS, CLUNL), Dina Caetano Alves Caetano (ESS-IPS, CLUL, RdS), Andreia Bernardo (ESS-IPS), Maria João Freitas (CLUL/FLUL), Teresa da Costa (ISAL, CLUL), Helena Bolli Mota (UFSM), Carolina Mezzomo (UFSM), Márcia Keske-Soares (UFSM), Luciana Barberena (UFSM) and Brazil (UFSM) Kadhar.

Cooperation in the project "Assessment of morphosyntactic development-LARSP-EN" – Ana Castro (ESS-IPS, CLUNL).

Research and participation in the project "Spelling and perception in European Portuguese"- Dina Caetano Alves Caetano (ESS-IPS, CLUL, RdS), Maria João Freitas (CLUL/FLUL), Lorenzo Chacon (Universidade Estadual Paulista-UNESP-SP) and Scott Berti (Universidade Estadual Paulista-UNESP-SP).

Since 2012

Research and participation in the project "Written type erros in European Portuguese"- Maria do Carmo Lourenço-Gomes (CLUL/FLUL), Dina Caetano Alves Caetano (ESS-IPS, CLUL, RdS), Maria João Freitas (FLUL CLUL/) and Maria Celeste Rodrigues (FLUL CLUL/).

Since 2011

Research and participation in the project "’Vocal Reassignment’: assessment and intervention tools in transsexual voice” - Dina Caetano Alves Caetano (ESS-IPS, CLUL, RdS), Paula Correia (ESSEM, HGO – from 2012), Iris Monteio (ILASC) and Pedro Freitas (ILASC).

Since 2010 

Research projects developed by ‘RELICÁRIO DE SONS-Speech and Language Therapy/Pathology and Specialized Products, Lda’:

• Measurement and validation of clinical and pedagogic tools edited by ‘Relicário de Sons’ and by other institutions (academic and non academic);

• Characterization of pre-schoolers and schoolers competences, attending public and private schools, performing phonological awareness tasks;

• Exploratory studies in 'transsexual voice' (‘auto and heteroperception of vocal gender' and other related studies), under the ‘ILASC/RdS' partnership (started in 2006, formalized in 2011).

Since 2009

Research and participation in the project "Phonological Awareness - tools for clinical and educational intervention"- Ana Castro (ESS-IPS, CLUNL), Dina Caetano Alves Caetano (ESS-IPS, CLUL and RdS), Susana Correia (CLUL) and Celia Smith (ESS/DCSH-IPS).

Research and participation in projects coordinated by the Laboratory of Psycholinguistics (CLUL):

  • TAPAC.PE- Teste de Avaliação das Consoantes do Português Europeu(Consonant Articulatory Production Assessment for European Portuguese)
  • “Reading comprehension. Words, sentences and texts processing.”

Research and participation in the project "ISISERT – Intelligent System for Impaired Evaluation Used in Recover Therapy", coordinated by Prof. Dr. Nuno Guimarães, Faculty of Science of the University of Lisbon.

2011

Linguistic consulting regarding the validation of a phonological awareness tool: Program to promote and develop phonological awareness.

Studies developed by ‘Relicário de Sons’, in collaboration with its partner universities: "The impact of phonological features during the processing of minimal pairs”.

2010

Linguistic consulting regarding the validation of the language assessment’s tool “TALC.E-Teste de Avaliação da Linguagem na Criança” (Test for Child Language Assessment at School level) (by Dulce Tavares and Eileen Sua Kay).

2008

Studies developed by ‘Relicário de Sons’, in collaboration with its partner universities: "Analysis of the linguistic profile of a portuguese private shool with 1000 students” (General oral language skills and written texts analysis).

2007-2006

Linguistic consulting regarding the validation of the language assessment’s tool "ALPE-Avaliação da Linguagem Pré-Escolar” (Preschool Language Assessment) (project financed by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, coordinated by the Department of Speech-Language Therapy/Pathology, in collaboration with the Institute of Electronic Engineering and Telematics, of the ‘University of Aveiro’).

Collaboration regarding the measurement of ALPE, applying this tool to 98 children in Lisbon and Setúbal regions.

 

(Co-) supervision of dissertations

Doctoral dissertations 

Vicente, F. (2011-    ). Linguistic awareness and written competence in basic education in Mozambique.
 

Master dissertations

Bernardo, A. (2012-    ). Implicational model of features complexity – adaptation e validation to European Portuguese.

Carvalho, A. (2009-2012). Program for stimulation of phonological awareness in school context.

Vicente, F. (2007-2009). Phonological Awareness in basic education in Mozambique.

Lacão, M. (2007-not concluded). Contribution to the construction of an assessment test of intrasyllabic awareness.

Afonso, C. (2005-2008). Prosodic complexity and word segmentation on children between 4 and 6 years old.
 

Bachelor dissertations 

Amado, I. (2011). Evaluation of phonological and phonetic production on children with and without articulatory and/or phonological disorders. Contribution to the validation of a test.

Sanganha, C. (2010). The impact of the features in auditory discrimination tasks on children with phonological disorder.

Pisco, E. (2010). Pseudoword repetition on children with and without phonological disorder.

Parreira, L. (2010). The influence of lexical knowledge in auditory discrimination tasks in children with phonological disorder.

Sousa, R. (2010). Perception of the stressed syllable in pre-schoolers and schoolers – contribution to the construction of a battery of phonological awareness assessment.

Medeiro, T. (2010). Impact of verbal classes in word ordering tasks in children with language disorder.

Isabel, C. (2009). Intrasyllabic awareness of coda intrassilábica in syllabic segmentation tasks of pseudopalavras in children at (pre)school levels – contribution to the construction of a battery of phonological awareness assessment.

Ribeiro, A. S. (2009). Intrasyllabic awareness of [r] and [l] on syllabic segmentation tasks of pseudowords with pre-school and school children.

Meireles, A. C. (2008). Intrasyllabic awareness of coda on syllabic segmentation tasks.

Barriguita, S. (2008). Intrassyllabic awareness of [r] and [l] on syllabic segmentation tasks of words with pre-school and school children.

Alexandre, A. C. (2006). Syllabic awareness and oral reading on children on 1st year.
 

Consulting and tools expertise

In the context of master dissertations

Cardoso, S. (2010). Word awareness in children from 4 to 8 years old.

Rosa, P. (2010). Paths for writing development: the orthographic dimension. A study about concepts and strategies implemented by teachers of the 1st Cycle of Basic Education, Special Needs/Education Teachers and Speech-Language Therapists/Pathologists.

In the context of bachelor dissertations

Marques, M. (2013). Narrative Assessment Protocol – contribution for an european Portuguese version.

Marina Simões e de Maria Teresa Pulido (2010). Learn to play with sounds - phonological awareness activities.

Dias, A. (2009). Contribution to the construction and validation of a language test for aphasics: assessment of comprehension of names and verbs.

Oliveira, I. (2009) Contribution to the construction and validation of a language test for aphasics: assessment of naming and responsive naming,

Teixeira, C. (2008) The importance of intonation for comprehension with pre-school children.

Mota, S. (2008). Contribution to the construction and validation of a language test for aphasics: verbal comprehension of discourse and semantics.

Figueiredo, A. (2008). Contribution to the construction and validation of a language test for aphasics: verbal comprehension lexical semantics.

Barbeiro, L. (2008). Contribution to the construction and validation of a language test for aphasics: auditory discrimination.

Pato, A. (2008). Contribution to the construction and validation of a language test for aphasics: nominal bending gender and number.

Gameiro, A. (2008). Contribution to the construction and validation of a language test for aphasics: naming.

Afonso, C. (2005). Table about the development of phonological awareness.

Scientific publications

Books, chapters, reports and articles

2013
Alves, D. (in press). Efeito de frequência em tarefas de consciência segmental. Revista Portuguesa de Terapia da Fala.

2012
Alves, D. Efeito das propriedades segmentais em tarefas de consciência segmental, de leitura e de escrita. Dissertação de doutoramento. Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa.

Alves, D. O impacto dos tracos distintivos no processamento de pares mínimos. In, A. Costa e I. Duarte (Eds). Na linguagem nada lhe é estranho. Homenagem a Isabel Hub Faria. Porto: Edições Afrontamento.

2010

Alves, D.; Castro, A. & Correia, S. Consciência Fonológica – dados sobre consciência fonémica, intrassilábica e silábica. In, A. M. Brito, F. Silva, J. Veloso & A. Fiéis (Orgs). Textos Seleccionados do XXV Encontro da Associação Portuguesa de Linguística. Porto: Associação Portuguesa de Linguística.

Alves, D.; Faria, I. H. & Freitas, M. J. O efeito das propriedades fonológicas do segmentos em tarefas de consciência segmental. In, Freitas, M. J, A. Gonçalves & I. Duarte (Orgs.). Avaliação da Consciência Linguística: Aspectos fonológicos e sintácticos do Português. Lisboa: Ed. Colibri.

Alves, D. & Lacão, M. C. Questões de validade e de fidelidade associadas à avaliação da consciência intrassilábica. In, Freitas, M. J, A. Gonçalves & I. Duarte (Orgs.). Avaliação da Consciência Linguística: Aspectos fonológicos e sintácticos do Português. Lisboa: Ed. Colibri.

2009

Afonso, C.; Freitas, M. J. & Alves, D. Complexidade prosódica e segmentação de palavras em crianças dos 4 aos 6 anos de idade. Cadernos de Saúde, 2(2), 31-41.

2007

Freitas, M. J.; Alves, D. & Costa, T. O conhecimento da língua: desenvolver a consciência fonológica. Lisboa: DGIDC/Ministério da Educação.

[Under the National Program of teaching of Portuguese (PNEP)]

Non-scientific publications

Books, chapters, reports and articles

2009

Alves, D. Linguagem ou Fala? Falaremos da mesma coisa? Revista Equilíbrio (1), publicado e disponível em http://issuu.com/revistaequilibrio/docs/equilibrio-julho09/1

Alves, D..A influência dos hábitos orais no desenvolvimento da fala. Revista   Equilíbrio (2), publicado e disponível em http://issuu.com/revistaequilibrio/docs/equilibrio-agosto09/1

Alves, D. O impacto da audição no desenvolvimento da linguagem. Revista Equilíbrio (3), publicado e disponível em http://issuu.com/revistaequilibrio/docs/equilibrio-setembro09/1

Alves, D. & Reis, T. Crianças que falam mal: um problema de articulação ou de linguagem? Revista Equilíbrio (4), publicado e disponível em http://issuu.com/revistaequilibrio/docs/equilibrio-outubro09/1

Alves, D. & Reis, T. O que é o Processamento Auditivo Central? Revista   Equilíbrio (5), publicado e disponível em http://issuu.com/revistaequilibrio/docs/equilibrio-novembro09/1

Alves, D.. A língua maternal ensina-se ou aprende-se? Revista Equilíbrio (6), publicado e disponível em http://issuu.com/revistaequilibrio/docs/equilibrio-dezembro09/1


Non-scientific products

Scientific contents applied to the community: books, manuals and other specific tools for assessment and intervention in speech-language therapy/pathology

2013

Alves, D. & T. Reis - revisão linguística e técnica, adaptação ao PE e ao PB, coordenação, edição e concepção física do seguinte produto:

Hitos, S. (2013). Jogo do Mico-MOF – exercícios de motricidade orofacial. Lisboa: Relicário de Sons.

2012

Chamusca, T.; Cysne, C.; Alves, D. & T. Reis. Exercícios de Consciência Fonológica – preparação para a leitura e escrita. Lisboa: Relicário de Sons.

2011

Alves & al. Diretrizes   para   a  terapia  articulatória,  fonológica e grafémica. Lisboa: Relicário de Sons.

Alves & al. Os Sons d’A Relicário – treino do conhecimento fonológico por associação de onomatopeias aos sons da fala. Lisboa: Relicário de Sons.

Alves & al. Adesivos Geométricos para representação das unidades fonológicas. Lisboa: Relicário de Sons.