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2016

2015

Bernstein, S. (2015).  Individual differences in the acquisition of the /t/ - /k/ contrast: A study of adult's perception of children's speech. Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences. Master of Arts, 73.PDF icon Thesis.pdf (1.57 MB)
2015
2015
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)
2015
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)
2015

2014

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)
2014
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)
2014
Nicholson, H. (2014).  Exploring variation in accuracy and content for sibilant fricatives at the onset of fricative acquisition. Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Science. Master of Arts, PDF icon Thesis.pdf (10.48 MB)
2014
2014

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