Now showing items 32-51 of 59

    • Limitations of analysis of covariance designs in aging research 

      Martin, Douglas R.; Ellsworth, Randy; Cranford, Jerry L. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1991-02)
      Control of peripheral hearing loss represents a significant design problem in research examining age-related changes in central auditory processing. Statistical control procedures (e.g., partial correlation or analysis of ...
    • Lip Movement Exaggerations During Infant-Directed Speech 

      Green, Jordan R.; Nip, Ignatius S. B.; Wilson, Erin M.; Mefferd, Antje S.; Yunusova, Yana (PubMed, 2010-12)
      Purpose Although a growing body of literature has indentified the positive effects of visual speech on speech and language learning, oral movements of infant-directed speech (IDS) have rarely been studied. This investigation ...
    • Metalinguistic awareness in children: a developmental progression 

      Edwards, Harold T.; Kirkpatrick, Anita G. (Springer New York LLC, 1999-07)
      The purpose of this study was to determine if a developmental order exists in the metalinguistic ability of children to make judgments about the form of language while simultaneously attending to a meaningful linguistic ...
    • Nanochannel-based electrochemical sensor for the detection of pharmaceutical contaminants in water 

      Nagaraj, Vinay J.; Jacobs, Michael; Vattipalli, Krishna; Annam, Venkata Praveen; Prasad, Shalini (Royal Soc Chemistry, 2014)
      Effective real-time monitoring is the key to understanding and tackling the issue of pharmaceutical contamination of water. This research demonstrates the utility of an alumina nanochannel-based electrochemical sensor ...
    • The nature of being a professional (Note) 

      Hull, Raymond H. (Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2020-11)
    • A novel fixed-target task to determine articulatory speed constraints in persons with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 

      Mefferd, Antje S.; Green, Jordan R.; Pattee, Gary (Elsevier, 2012)
      Purpose: The goal of this study was to determine if talkers with ALS are limited in their ability to increase lower lip and jaw speed at an early stage of the disease when their speaking rate and intelligibility are only ...
    • Person-centered care and speech and language therapy 

      DiLollo, Anthony; Favreau, Christin (Thieme Medical Publishers, 2010-05)
      Person-centered care (PCC) has become the foundation for practice in many areas of health care provision. Research has suggested that providing PCC may improve therapy outcomes, client satisfaction, and perceived quality ...
    • Pharmacotherapy and children with autism spectrum disorder: a tutorial for speech-language pathologists 

      Self, Trisha L.; Hale, LaDonna S.; Crumrine, Daiquirie (American Speech - Language - Hearing Association, 2010-07)
      The purpose of this tutorial is to provide speech-language pathologists (SLPs) with general information regarding the most commonly prescribed medications for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD; e.g., central ...
    • Phonological assessment and analysis of bilingual preschoolers' Spanish and English word productions 

      Prezas, Raúl Francisco; Hodson, Barbara Williams, 1937-; Schommer-Aikins, Marlene (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2014-05)
      Purpose: The major purpose of this study was to examine Spanish and English phonological productions (patterns/deviations) of typically developing bilingual preschool children. Phonological scores were compared in order ...
    • Postgraduate specialization fellowship training for audiologists: survey results from educators, supervisors, and students 

      Arenberg, Julie G.; Hull, Raymond H.; Hunter, Lisa (NLM (Medline), 2020-06-08)
      Purpose From the Audiology Education Summit held in 2017, several working groups were formed to explore ideas about improving the quality and consistency in graduate education in audiology and externship training. The ...
    • Precedence effect and speech understanding in elderly listeners 

      Cranford, Jerry L.; Romereim, B. (American Academy of Audiology, 1992-11)
      It has been reported that many elderly persons exhibit problems in identifying the location of fused auditory images in a test of the precedence effect in sound localization. The precedence effect involves the neural ...
    • Psychosocial implications of foreign accent syndrome: two case examples 

      DiLollo, Anthony; Scherz, Julie W.; Neimeyer, Robert A. (Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis LTD, 2013-12-13)
      Research on foreign accent syndrome (FAS), a rare form of speech disorder that typically follows some form of neurological insult, has concentrated almost exclusively on its neurogenic origins and motoric features, to the ...
    • Repair behaviors of children with and without mental retardation 

      Scudder, Rosalind Regier; Tremain, D. H. (American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 1992-10)
      Repair behaviors (a speaker's attempts to make a message understood when the listener indicates a breakdown in communication has occurred) of children with and without mental retardation, ages 8 to 13, were compared as ...
    • 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 ...
    • Student preparation for professional practice in early intervention 

      Francois, Jennifer R.; Coufal, Kathy L.; Subramanian, Anu (SAGE Publications, 2015-05)
      The preparation of students for professional practice in the field of early intervention has changed as a result of mandates through Part C, Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The purpose of this survey ...
    • Students' self-perceptions of interprofessional education following participation on a diagnostic team for autism spectrum disorder 

      Self, Trisha L.; Parham, Douglas F. (Taylor & Francis LTD, 2016)
      Interprofessional education is essential for producing future allied-health and education professionals. Unfortunately, opportunities for students to get authentic interprofessional field-based experiences are lacking. ...
    • 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, Anne; Ringel, Robert 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 ...