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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)
Todd, A. E., Edwards J. R., Litovsky R. Y., & Li F. (2010).  Production of sibilant fricatives by children with cochlear implants. PDF icon Poster.pdf (73.92 KB)
Todd, A. E. (2009).  Production of sibilant fricatives children with cochlear implants: Transcription and acoustic analysis. Department Communication Sciences and Disorders. Master of Science, 45.PDF icon Thesis.pdf (953.45 KB)
Todd, A. E., Edwards J. R., & Litovsky R. Y. (2011).  The influence of phonotactic probability on repetition accuracy of nonwords by children with cochlear implants. Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses. PDF icon Poster.pdf (473.47 KB)
Todd, A. E., Edwards J. R., & Litovsky R. Y. (2011).  Influence of phonotactic probability on production accuracy of children with cochlear implants. Symposium for Research in Child Language Disorders. PDF icon Poster.pdf (308.07 KB)
Todd, A. E., Edwards J. R., & Litovsky R. Y. (2011).  Production of contrast between sibilant fricatives by children with cochlear implants. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 130(6), PDF icon Article.pdf (489.29 KB)
Todd, A. E., Edwards J. R., Litovsky R. Y., Li F., Zettler C. M., & Beckman M. E. (2009).  Acoustic characteristics of sibilant fricatives in children with cochlear implants. PDF icon Poster.pdf (250.99 KB)
Todd, A. E., Edwards J. R., Litovsky R. Y., Li F., Zettler C. M., & Beckman M. E. (2009).  Analysis of "s" and "sh" in children with cochlear implants. PDF icon Poster.pdf (859.43 KB)
Thurmes, A., Munson B., & Moller K. T. (2006).  Speech perception skills of adolescents with repaired cleft palate.
Thomas-Tate, S., Washington J., & Edwards J. (2004).  Standardized assessment of phonological awareness skills in low-income African American first graders. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 13(2), 
Takada, M., Kong E. Jong, Yoneyama K., & Beckman M. E. (2014).  The emergence of a register system from the word-initial voicing contrast in Japanese. Sound Change in Interacting Human Systems (3rd Biennial Workshop on Sound Change). PDF icon Poster.pdf (6.47 MB)