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Author Title [ Type(Desc)] Year
Thesis
Flood, M. (2015).  Quality versus quantity: An investigation of the impact of home language and maternal education level on young children's vocabulary size.. Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Master of Science, 40.PDF icon Thesis.pdf (1.37 MB)
Johnson, A. A. (2016).  Quantifying Robustness of the /t/-/k/ Contrast in Children and Adults. Communication Sciences and Disorders. MSc, PDF icon PDF of thesis (2.12 MB)
Kristensen, K. (2015).  Relating decreased acoustic contrast to intelligibility: Perceptual consequence for cochlear implants. Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Master of Science, 35.PDF icon Thesis.pdf (360.03 KB)
Schroeder, B. (2015).  The relationship between lexical-phonetic and socio-phonetic language development. Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Bachelor of Arts, PDF icon Thesis_Slides.pdf (20.96 MB)
Braxton, R-L. (2014).  Relationships among non-mainstream American English, vocabulary size, and lexical processing efficiency in preschool-aged children. Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Master of Science, 48.PDF icon Thesis.pdf (1.27 MB)
Munson, O. (2016).  Relationships among quality and quantity of caregiver input and vocabulary size in 3-year-old children from diverse backgrounds. Communication Sciences and Disorders. BA, PDF icon PDF of poster (620.99 KB)
Johnson, J. M. (2010).  The role of clinical experience in listening for covert contrasts in children's speech. Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Science. Master of Arts, 69.PDF icon Thesis.pdf (719.43 KB)
Schellinger, S. K. (2008).  The role of intermediate productions and listener expectations on the perception of children's speech. Department Communication Sciences and Disorders. Master of Science, 51.PDF icon Thesis.pdf (339.89 KB)
Tserdanelis, G. (2005).  The role of segmental sandhi in the parsing of speech: evidence from Greek. Department of Linguistics. Doctor of Philosophy, 139.PDF icon Dissertation.pdf (1 MB)
Skorniakova, O. Gennadievn (2010).  Sensitivity to sub-phonemic variation: Evidence from a Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) goodness-rating task. Department of Linguistics. Master of Arts, 78.PDF icon Thesis.pdf (2.02 MB)
Reidy, P. F. (2015).  The spectral dynamics of voiceless sibilant fricatives in English and Japanese. Department of Linguistics. PhD,
Ganser, E. (2016).  Stop consonant voicing in young children's speech: Evidence from a cross-sectional study. Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences. MA, PDF icon PDF of thesis (1.56 MB)
Wong, W. Yi Peggy (2006).  Syllable fusion in Hong Kong Cantonese connected speech. Department of Linguistics. Doctor of Philosophy, 406.PDF icon Dissertation.pdf (5.86 MB)
Manning, B. (2012).  TALK (Talk and learn for kindergarten): Enhancing dialect knowledge and pre-literacy skills in preschool children. Department Communication Sciences and Disorders. Master of Science, 49.PDF icon Thesis.pdf (8.9 MB)
Evans, K. Elizabeth (2012).  Unpacking listener bias: The effects of attitudes, knowledge, and experience on clinician's ratings of african-american children's speech. Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Science. Master of Arts, 59.PDF icon Thesis.pdf (722.83 KB)

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