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  • Silicon nanosensor for diagnosis of cardiovascular proteomic markers 

    Prasad, Shalini; Selvam, Anjan Panneer; Reddy, Ravikiran K.; Love, Adrian (Journal of Laboratory Automation, 2013-04)
    A silicon nanosensor technology based on electrical impedance measurements has been developed for the detection of proteins. The nanosensor miniaturizes the high-density, low-volume multiwell plate concept. The scientific ...
  • Speaking rate effects on articulatory pattern consistency in talkers with mild ALS 

    Mefferd, Antje S.; Pattee, Gary; Green, Jordan R. (Informa Plc., 2014-11)
    This study investigated speaking rate effects on articulatory pattern consistency in talkers with mild amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) to better understand speech rate declines during the early stages of speech ...
  • Specific developmental disorders. The language-learning continuum 

    Swank, L. K. (W.B. Saunders, 1999-01)
    The goal of this article is to inform and educate those who work with children who present with language-learning disorders about phonologic processing deficits, because this area has been shown to have a significant impact ...
  • Syllable-related breathing in infants in the second year of life 

    Parham, Douglas F.; Buder, Eugene H.; Oller, D. Kimbrough; Boliek, Carol A. (American Speech - Language - Hearing Association, 2011-08)
    This study explored whether breathing behaviors of infants within the 2nd year of life differ between tidal breathing and breathing supporting single unarticulated syllables and canonical/articulated syllables.
  • Task-specific organization of activity in human jaw muscles 

    Moore, Christopher A.; Smith, A.; Ringel, R. L. (American Speech - Language - Hearing Association, 1988-12)
    Coordination of jaw muscle activity for speech production sometimes has been modeled using nonspeech behaviors. This orientation has been especially true in representations of mandibular movement in which the synergy of ...
  • Tests of the precedence effect in sound localization reveal abnormalities in multiple sclerosis 

    Cranford, Jerry L.; Boose, Martha; Moore, Christopher A. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1990-08)
    The precedence effect in sound localization involves presenting identical sounds (e.g., clicks) from pairs of matched speakers situated on opposite sides of a subject's head, with the clicks from one speaker preceding those ...
  • Tracking of "moving" fused auditory images by children 

    Cranford, Jerry L.; Morgan, M.; Scudder, Rosalind Regier; Moore, Christopher A. (American Speech - Language - Hearing Association, 1993-04)
    Recent investigations (Cranford, Boose, & Moore, 1990a,b; Moore, Cranford, & Rahn, 1990) studied the ability of normal adult subjects to localize sounds under conditions that elicit the Precedence Effect. In different ...
  • Tracking of a "moving" fused auditory image under conditions that elicit the precedence effect 

    Moore, Christopher A.; Cranford, Jerry L.; Rahn, A. E. (American Speech - Language - Hearing Association, 1990-03)
    Pursuit auditory tracking of a fused auditory image (FAI), based on stimulus conditions known to elicit the precedence effect phenomenon in sound localization, was investigated in 36 normal subjects and in a small group ...
  • Tympanometric measures in ears with negative middle ear pressure, and tests of some common assumptions 

    Sun, Xiao-Ming; Shaver, Mark D.; Harader, Jason (2013-06-19)
    Objective: To test the assumptions concerning the compensation of middle ear pressure (MEP) in using peak Ytm and the tympanogram asymmetry phenomenon, and to address the variability and reliability of 226 Hz tympanometry ...
  • An unusual case of otitis media 

    Hull, Raymond H. (American Academy of Audiology, 2005-09)
    This case report of bilateral otitis media in a 39-year-old woman secondary to Wegener's Granulomatosis highlights, for the audiologist, the importance of being aware of some of the less common etiologies of middle ear ...
  • Wideband energy reflectance measurements: effects of negative middle ear pressure and application of a pressure compensation procedure 

    Shaver, Mark D.; Sun, Xiao-Ming (ACOUSTICAL SOC AMER AMER INST PHYSICS, 2013-07)
    The wideband energy reflectance (ER) technique has become popular as a tool for evaluating middle ear function. Negative middle ear pressure (MEP) is a prevalent form of middle ear dysfunction, which may impact application ...