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2006
Munson, B., McDonald E. C., DeBoe N. L., & White A. R. (2006).  Acoustic and perceptual bases of judgments of women and men's sexual orientation from read speech. Journal of Phonetics. 34, PDF icon Article.pdf (430.8 KB)
Baylis, A. L., & Munson B. (2006).  Demographic factors associated with phonological impairment in children.
Munson, B., Baylis A. L., Blasing K.. M., Brincks S.. J., Krause M. O., Simmons D.., et al. (2006).  Exploring the etiology of phonological impairment in children.
Munson, B., Brincks S.. J., Yim D., & White A. R. (2006).  Lexical access in phonological impairment: Evidence from a delayed naming experiment.
Baylis, A. L., Munson B., & Moller K. T. (2006).  Methodologic issues in the perceptual analysis of audible nasal emission.
Padgitt, N.. R., Carney A. E., Edwards J. R., & Munson B. (2006).  A novel computer-based speech-perception training tool to enhance phonetics instruction.
Munson, B., & Zimmerman L.. J. (2006).  The perception of sexual orientation, masculinity, and femininity in formant-resynthesized speech.
Munson, B., & Zimmerman L.. J. (2006).  Perceptual bias and the myth of the 'Gay Lisp'.
Munson, B., Baylis A. L., & Simmons D.. (2006).  Perceptual learning in phonological impairment: Evidence from a long-term repetition priming experiment.
Krause, M. O., Munson B., & Blasing K.. M. (2006).  Phonological encoding in phonological impairment: Evidence from a cross-modal picture-word interference experiment.
Munson, B., Baylis A. L., Krause M. O., & Yim D. (2006).  Representation and access in phonological impairment. PDF icon Slides.pdf (3.35 MB)
Crocker, L.., & Munson B. (2006).  Speech characteristics of gender-nonconforming boys.
Thurmes, A., Munson B., & Moller K. T. (2006).  Speech perception skills of adolescents with repaired cleft palate.
Padgitt, N.. R., Carney A. E., Edwards J. R., Kan P.. F., & Munson B. (2006).  Technology-enhanced learning tools for phonetics coursework.

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