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Dr. John E. Bernthal PhD

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Professor Emeritus

Local Address: Lincoln, Nebraska, United States
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • doctorate
    University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • PhD
  • BFA degree
    Wayne State College
  • master's degree
    Kansas University
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Web References
2010 NCSHLA Fall Conference - Conference Tracks, 15 Sept 2010 [cached]
Presenter: John Bernthal, Ph.D.
Dr. Bernthal is Professor and Chair of the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln where he teaches in the area of clinical phonology. His research, publications, and presentations have focused on preschool and school age children with phonological disorders. He co-authored the textbook Articulation and Phonological Disorders, which is in the 5th edition, and the Bankson-Bernthal Test of Phonology. He holds an M.A. from the University of Kansas and a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He was awarded Honors of ASHA and is a former President of ASHA.
2009 Individual Donors, 1 Jan 2009 [cached]
John E. Bernthal
2004 Honors of the Association, 18 Dec 2008 [cached]
John E. Bernthal University of Nebraska-Lincoln
John E. Bernthal, professor and chair of the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders and director of the Barkley Memorial Center of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is "a man and a professional for all seasons," says Nicholas W. Bankson, of James Madison University and Bernthal's career-long collaborator.
Bernthal (BFA, Wayne State College; MA, Kansas University; PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison) began his career in 1970 in the Department of Speech at Mankato State University. In 1973 he joined the Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences at the University of Maryland and in 1976 became director of clinical speech services. It was here that Bernthal began working with Nicholas Bankson, publishing the first edition of their classic text, Articulation and Phonological Disorders, in 1981.
His contributions to other organizations such as the Council of Exceptional Children and both the Iowa and Nebraska Speech-Language-Hearing Associations are equally impressive and revealing of Bernthal's leadership ability and humanity.
Bernthal's achievements have been recognized with numerous awards: he is a Fellow of ASHA and of the Iowa Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and hol