mej. bersekutu (pa) dr. badrulzaman bin abdul hamid

pensyarah universiti

pusat kajian rehabilitasi & keperluan khas (icarehab)

No. Telefon Rasmi :  0326914230

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   Biografi/ Biography :

  • Berkhidmat sebagai pensayarah di Program Sains Pertuturan, Fakulti Sains Kesihatan. Mendapat Ijazah dalam bidang linguitik daripada Universiti Malaya, Sarjana daripada Universiti Newcastle UK, dan Phd daripada Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Kepakaran dalam bidang akustik fonetik dan perkembangan bahasa kanak-kanak.

  • farheen naz anis, cila umat, kartini ahmad, badrulzaman abdul hamid.  (2022).  arabic phoneme-grapheme correspondence by non-native, deaf children with cochlear implants and normal hearing children.  - cochlear implants international.  347-357. 

     

    chong foong yen; cila umat; mak kah kei; goh yan jin goh; badrulzaman abdul hamid; and goh bee see.  (2022).  semi-automating a mandarin pediatric speech perception test for use by non-mandarin speaking audiologists: a preliminary study.  - malaysian journal of public health medicine.  25. 

     

    nor haniza abdul wahat, cila umat, badrulzaman abdul hamid.  (2021).  common words and phrases used by audiologists with deaf patients and caregivers during audiology sessions.  - 1-6. 

     

    khan kam, law, badrulzaman.  (2021).  speech effect of fixed labial orthodontic appliance in patient with class iii incisor relationship.  - international journal of dentistry and oral science (ijdos).  2277-2282. 

     

    zur hanis hamim,rogayah abdul razak, badrulzaman abdul hamid.  (2021).  the morphosyntactic abilities of bilingual malay preschool children based on the malay and english sentence repetition tasks.  - pertanika journal of social sciences & humanities.  71-90. 

     

    hua-nong ting, alireza zourmand, see-yan chia, boon- fei yong and badrulzaman abdul hamid..  (2012).  formant frequencies of malay vowels produced by malay children aged between 7 and 12 years.  - journal of voice.  26(5).664 e1-6. 

     

    hua nong ting, see yan chia, badrulzaman abdul hamid, siti zamratol-mai sarah mukari.  (2011).  acoustic characteristics of vowels by normal malaysian malay young adults.  - journal of voice.  25(6):e305-e309. 

     

    hua nong ting, see yan chia, kang soo kim, siew ling sim, and badrulzaman abdul hamid..  (2011).  vocal fundamental frequency and perturbation measurements of vowels by normal malaysian chinese adults.  - journal of voice.  25(6):311-317. 

     

    amy kia cheen liew, dalia abdullah, karyn zuhuan ter, shirley puah, hui yee chan, eason soo, badrulzaman abdul hamid.  (2020).  articulatory distortions when using different types of mouthguard.  - sains malaysiana.  1651-1656. 

     

    fadhilah rosdi,mumtaz begum mustafa,siti salwah salim, badrulzaman abdul hamid.  (2017).  the effect of changes in speech features on the recognition accuracy of asr system: a study on the malay speech impaired children.  - malaysian journal of computer science.  48-62. 

     

    farheen naz anis, cila umat, kartini ahmad, badrulzaman abdul hamid.  (2022).  arabic phoneme-grapheme correspondence by non-native, deaf children with cochlear implants and normal hearing children.  - cochlear implants international.  347-357. 

     

    chong foong yen; cila umat; mak kah kei; goh yan jin goh; badrulzaman abdul hamid; and goh bee see.  (2022).  semi-automating a mandarin pediatric speech perception test for use by non-mandarin speaking audiologists: a preliminary study.  - malaysian journal of public health medicine.  25. 

     

    khan kam, law, badrulzaman.  (2021).  speech effect of fixed labial orthodontic appliance in patient with class iii incisor relationship.  - international journal of dentistry and oral science (ijdos).  2277-2282. 

     

    zur hanis hamim,rogayah abdul razak, badrulzaman abdul hamid.  (2021).  the morphosyntactic abilities of bilingual malay preschool children based on the malay and english sentence repetition tasks.  - pertanika journal of social sciences & humanities.  71-90. 

     

    amy kia cheen liew, dalia abdullah, karyn zuhuan ter, shirley puah, hui yee chan, eason soo, badrulzaman abdul hamid.  (2020).  articulatory distortions when using different types of mouthguard.  - sains malaysiana.  1651-1656. 

     

    siti zamratol-mai sarah mukari, badrulzaman abdul hamid.  (2008).  penilaian respons auditori kepada pertuturan.  - 112. 

     

    lokman saim, siti zamratol-mai sarah mukari, asma abdullah, goh bee see, kartini ahmad, cila umat, raja juanita raja lope and 17 others.  (2015).  protocol for ukm cochlear implant program: guidelines for professionals 2015.  - 43. 

     

    siti zamratol-mai sarah mukari, badrulzaman abdul hamid.  (2008).  penilaian respons auditori kepada pertuturan.  - 112. 

     

    chong foong yen; cila umat; mak kah kei; goh yan jin; badrulzaman abdul hamid; goh bee see.  (2021).  semi-automating a mandarin pediatric speech perception test for use by non-mandarin speaking audiologists: a preliminary study.  - the 8th usim national health seminar.  53. 

     

    nor haniza abdul wahat, badrulzaman abdul hamid, cila umat, nur alya afiqah kamarudin.  (2021).  daftar bahasa umum yang digunakan oleh ahli audiologi malaysia dengan pesakit pekak dan keluarga/penjaga.  - 1-11. 

     

    badrulzaman bin abdul hamid, nor haniza binti abdul wahat, cila binti umat, nik nur aisyah binti nik mohd zaki.  (2021).  laras bahasa yang digunakan oleh ahli terapi pertuturan dengan pesakit pekak dan penjaga yang bermasalah pendengaran dan kesukaran berkomunikasi dalam persekitaran pertuturan.  - 1-13. 

     

    yazmin ahmad rusli, hasherah mohd ibrahim, chu shin ying, shobha sharma, lim hui woan, badrulzaman abd hamid, fatimah hani hassan, susheel kaur dhillon.  (2021).  the value of having fun in learning: the speech sciences program's life crafts elective.  - kongres dan pertandingan inovasi pengajaran dan pembelajaran (knovasi).  1-12. 

     

    nor haniza abdul wahat, cila umat, badrulzaman abdul hamid.  (2021).  common words and phrases used by audiologists with deaf patients and caregivers during audiology sessions.  - 1-6.