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Reidy, P. F., Beckman M. E., Edwards J. R., & Munson B. (2017).  A data-driven approach for perceptually validated acoustic features for children’s sibilant fricative productions. Interspeech 2017. 1750-1854.PDF icon PDF of Paper (448.74 KB)
Munson, B., Edwards J., Schellinger S., Beckman M. E., & Meyer M. K. (2010).  Deconstructing phonetic transcription: Covert contrast, perceptual bias, and an extraterrestrial view of Vox Humana. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetic. 24(4-5), PDF icon Article.pdf (409.57 KB)
Baylis, A. L., & Munson B. (2006).  Demographic factors associated with phonological impairment in children.
Beckman, M. E., Edwards J. R., & Munson B. (2011).  Developing acoustic measures to evaluate the emergence of phonological contrast. 161st Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. PDF icon Slides.pdf (3.08 MB)
Syrika, A., Kong E. Jong, & Edwards J. R. (2011).  Development of coarticulation in Greek consonant clusters: Psychoacoustic data. Annual Conference of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. PDF icon Poster.pdf (786.77 KB)
Munson, B. (2008).  The development of gendered speech in children aged 3 to 13 years.
Kong, E. Jong (2009).  The development of phonation-type contrasts in plosives: Cross-linguistic perspectives. Department of Linguistics. Doctor of Philosophy, 196.PDF icon Dissertation.pdf (2.7 MB)
Stockel, R.., & Munson B. (2007).  The development of phonological knowledge in children.
Li, F., & Munson B. (2016).  The development of voiceless sibilant fricatives in Putonghua-speaking children. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 59(4), 699-712.PDF icon PDF of accepted manuscript (446.26 KB)
Edwards, J., Gross M., Chen J., MacDonald M. C., Kaplan D., Brown M., et al. (2014).  Dialect Awareness and Lexical Comprehension of Mainstream American English in African American English–Speaking Children. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 57, PDF icon Article.pdf (286.27 KB)
Braxton, R-L., & Edwards J. R. (2014).  Dialect density and lexical processing efficiency in preschool African American English-speaking children. Symposium for Research in Child Language Disorders. PDF icon Poster.pdf (1.23 MB)
Edwards, J. R., Rosin P., Gross M., Chen J., & Holt A. (2013).  Dialect mismatch and its implications for academic achievement. Annual Conference of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. PDF icon Slides.pdf (2.31 MB)
Holliday, J. J., Beckman M. E., & Mays C. (2010).  Did you say susi or shushi? Measuring the emergence of robust fricative contrasts in English- and Japanese-acquiring children. InterSpeech 2010. PDF icon Conference_Proceedings.pdf (309.18 KB)
Kong, E. Jong, Beckman M. E., & Edwards J. R. (2010).  Different gestures explain different acquisition patterns for Japanese and Greek voiced stops.
Reidy, P. F. (2015).  The differential development of vowel context effects on sibilant fricatives. 170th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. PDF icon PDF of poster (1.18 MB)
Meyer, M. Kahler (2012).  Do attitudes and practice patterns predict the perception of children's speech? Evidence from a web-based audio survey of Speech-Language Pathologists. Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Science. Master of Arts, 40.PDF icon Thesis.pdf (664.31 KB)
Mahr, T., & Edwards J. R. (2013).  Do orienting stimuli create additional task demands in the looking-while-listening paradigm?. Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders. PDF icon Poster.pdf (1.02 MB)
Jorgensen, K. (2014).  Do talker differences and dialect affect wordlikeness judgments?. Department of Communication and Disorders. Bachelor of Science, PDF icon Thesis_Slides.pdf (498.98 KB)
Baylis, A. L., Moller K. T., & Munson B. (2009).  Does audible nasal emission affect listener judgments of hypernasality?.
Schellinger, S. K., Edwards J. R., Munson B., & Beckman M. E. (2008).  Does "close" count in transcription as well as in horseshoes?. PDF icon Poster.pdf (287.61 KB)
Breunig, N. (2011).  Does production of final consonant clusters by African American English-speaking children predict their comprehension of Standard American English?. Department Communication Sciences and Disorders. PDF icon Thesis_Poster.pdf (519.67 KB)

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