Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research

(The TQCC of Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
A Deep Learning Enhanced Novel Software Tool for Laryngeal Dynamics Analysis51
Young Adults With Developmental Language Disorder: A Systematic Review of Education, Employment, and Independent Living Outcomes49
Taking Language Samples Home: Feasibility, Reliability, and Validity of Child Language Samples Conducted Remotely With Video Chat Versus In-Person49
Clinical Characteristics Associated With Stuttering Persistence: A Meta-Analysis36
Differential Diagnosis of Apraxia of Speech in Children and Adults: A Scoping Review36
Using Nonword Repetition to Identify Developmental Language Disorder in Monolingual and Bilingual Children: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis35
Cognitive Hearing Science: Three Memory Systems, Two Approaches, and the Ease of Language Understanding Model31
Adaptation and Validation of the Dynamic Imaging Grade of Swallowing Toxicity for Flexible Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing: DIGEST-FEES29
“You Say Severe, I Say Mild”: Toward an Empirical Classification of Dysarthria Severity27
The Relation of Articulatory and Vocal Auditory–Motor Control in Typical Speakers27
Cognitive and Linguistic Contributions to Masked Speech Recognition in Children27
Oral and Laryngeal Diadochokinesis Across the Life Span: A Scoping Review of Methods, Reference Data, and Clinical Applications27
Voice Therapy for Benign Voice Disorders in the Elderly: A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Telepractice and Conventional Face-to-Face Therapy26
Adherence to Dysphagia Treatment Recommendations: A Conceptual Model26
Music Training for Children With Sensorineural Hearing Loss Improves Speech-in-Noise Perception26
Diagnosis of Developmental Language Disorder in Research Studies25
Differences in Daily Voice Use Measures Between Female Patients With Nonphonotraumatic Vocal Hyperfunction and Matched Controls24
Sustained Attention in Developmental Language Disorder and Its Relation to Working Memory and Language23
Quantitative Videofluoroscopic Analysis of Swallowing Physiology and Function in Individuals With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease23
Retrieval Practice and Word Learning in Children With Specific Language Impairment and Their Typically Developing Peers23
Reading Risk in Children With Speech Sound Disorder: Prevalence, Persistence, and Predictors22
Promoting Reading Achievement in Children With Developmental Language Disorders: What Can We Learn From Research on Specific Language Impairment and Dyslexia?22
It's About Time: Minimizing Hardware and Software Latencies in Speech Research With Real-Time Auditory Feedback22
Speech Perception and Language Outcomes for Infants Receiving Cochlear Implants Before or After 9 Months of Age: Use of Category-Based Aggregation of Data in an Unselected Pediatric Cohort22
Effectiveness of Speech Intervention in Patients With a Cleft Palate: Comparison of Motor-Phonetic Versus Linguistic-Phonological Speech Approaches22
Spoken Discourse Assessment and Analysis in Aphasia: An International Survey of Current Practices21
The Impact of Interactive Shared Book Reading on Children's Language Skills: A Randomized Controlled Trial21
Individual Differences in Mothers' Spontaneous Infant-Directed Speech Predict Language Attainment in Children With Cochlear Implants21
The Relationship Between Word Learning and Executive Function in Preschoolers With and Without Developmental Language Disorder21
Evaluation of Acoustic Analyses of Voice in Nonoptimized Conditions20
Validation of a Novel Wearable Electromyography Patch for Monitoring Submental Muscle Activity During Swallowing: A Randomized Crossover Trial20
Effect of Increased Daily Cochlear Implant Use on Auditory Perception in Adults19
Tongue- and Jaw-Specific Articulatory Changes and Their Acoustic Consequences in Talkers With Dysarthria due to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: Effects of Loud, Clear, and Slow Speech19
Exploring Relationships Among Risk Factors for Persistence in Early Childhood Stuttering19
Sensory Innervation of the Larynx and the Search for Mucosal Mechanoreceptors19
Procedural Learning, Grammar, and Motor Skills in Children With Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Speech Sound Disorder, and Typically Developing Speech19
The Neural Circuitry Underlying the “Rhythm Effect” in Stuttering18
Development of Speech Intelligibility Between 30 and 47 Months in Typically Developing Children: A Cross-Sectional Study of Growth18
Speech Processing in Autism Spectrum Disorder: An Integrative Review of Auditory Neurophysiology Findings18
Glottal Aerodynamics Estimated From Neck-Surface Vibration in Women With Phonotraumatic and Nonphonotraumatic Vocal Hyperfunction18
Accuracy of Acoustic Measures of Voice via Telepractice Videoconferencing Platforms18
The Impact of COVID-19 on Speakers With Aphasia: What Is Currently Known and Missing?18
Speech Development Between 30 and 119 Months in Typical Children I: Intelligibility Growth Curves for Single-Word and Multiword Productions18
Changes in a Daily Phonotrauma Index After Laryngeal Surgery and Voice Therapy: Implications for the Role of Daily Voice Use in the Etiology and Pathophysiology of Phonotraumatic Vocal Hyperfunction18
Effects of Noise and a Speaker's Impaired Voice Quality on Spoken Language Processing in School-Aged Children: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis17
Anxiety and Depression Symptoms in Children and Adolescents Who Stutter: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis17
The Role of Processing Speed and Cognitive Control on Word Retrieval in Aging and Aphasia17
Marking of Tense and Agreement in Language Samples by Children With and Without Specific Language Impairment in African American English and Southern White English: Evaluation of Scoring Approaches an17
The Frequency of Atypical and Extreme Values for Pharyngeal Phase Swallowing Measures in Mild Parkinson Disease Compared to Healthy Aging17
Compensatory Responses to Formant Perturbations Proportionally Decrease as Perturbations Increase17
From Speech Acoustics to Communicative Participation in Dysarthria: Toward a Causal Framework16
Working, Declarative, and Procedural Memory in Children With Developmental Language Disorder16
Perceptual and Acoustic Effects of Dual-Focus Speech Treatment in Children With Dysarthria16
A Perceptual Learning Approach for Dysarthria Remediation: An Updated Review16
How Chatty Are Daddies? An Exploratory Study of Infants' Language Environments16
The Efficacy of an Explicit Intervention Approach to Improve Past Tense Marking for Early School-Age Children With Developmental Language Disorder16
Clinical Intersections Among Idiopathic Language Disorder, Social (Pragmatic) Communication Disorder, and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder16
Speech Treatment Effects on Narrative Intelligibility in French-Speaking Children With Dysarthria16
Relationships Among Personality, Daily Speaking Voice Use, and Phonotrauma in Adult Female Singers16
Low-Frequency Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Patients With Poststroke Aphasia: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Its Effect Upon Communication15
Do Children With Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) Have Difficulties With Interference Control, Visuospatial Working Memory, and Selective Attention? Developmental Patterns and the Role of Severit15
Hearing Aid Uptake, Benefit, and Use: The Impact of Hearing, Cognition, and Personal Factors15
Code-Switching and Language Proficiency in Bilingual Children With and Without Developmental Language Disorder15
Feedback and Feedforward Auditory-Motor Processes for Voice and Articulation in Parkinson's Disease15
Postnatal Development of the Mouse Larynx: Negative Allometry, Age-Dependent Shape Changes, Morphological Integration, and a Size-Dependent Spectral Feature15
Assessing Language in Unstructured Conversation in People With Aphasia: Methods, Psychometric Integrity, Normative Data, and Comparison to a Structured Narrative Task15
A Framework of Motoric Complexity: An Investigation in Children With Typical and Impaired Speech Development15
Contributions of Auditory and Somatosensory Feedback to Vocal Motor Control15
Predicting Persistent Developmental Stuttering Using a Cumulative Risk Approach14
Responses to Auditory Feedback Manipulations in Speech May Be Affected by Previous Exposure to Auditory Errors14
On the Benefits of Speech-Language Therapy for Individuals Born With Cleft Palate: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Individual Participant Data14
Which Measures Better Discriminate Language Minority Bilingual Children With and Without Developmental Language Disorder? A Study Testing a Combined Protocol of First and Second Language Assessment14
Does Otitis Media Affect Later Language Ability? A Prospective Birth Cohort Study14
Speech Metrics and Samples That Differentiate Between Nonfluent/Agrammatic and Logopenic Variants of Primary Progressive Aphasia14
Statistical Considerations for Analyzing Ecological Momentary Assessment Data14
Speech Abilities in a Heterogeneous Group of Children With Autism14
Resting-State Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Connectivity Between Semantic and Phonological Regions of Interest May Inform Language Targets in Aphasia14
Associations Between Speaking Fundamental Frequency, Vowel Formant Frequencies, and Listener Perceptions of Speaker Gender and Vocal Femininity–Masculinity14
Spatial Hearing and Functional Auditory Skills in Children With Unilateral Hearing Loss14
Recovery and Relapse: Perspectives From Adults Who Stutter14
How Does Cochlear Implantation Lead to Improvements on a Cognitive Screening Measure?14
The Impact of Cumulative Cochlear Implant Wear Time on Spoken Language Outcomes at Age 3 Years14
After Initial Retrieval Practice, More Retrieval Produces Better Retention Than More Study in the Word Learning of Children With Developmental Language Disorder14
Effective Velopharyngeal Ratio: A More Clinically Relevant Measure of Velopharyngeal Function14
Acoustic Measures of Prosody in Right-Hemisphere Damage: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis14
The Contribution of Age, Working Memory Capacity, and Inhibitory Control on Speech Recognition in Noise in Young and Older Adult Listeners13
Voluntary Cough Effectiveness and Airway Clearance in Neurodegenerative Disease13
Reframing Our Health Care System for Patients With Hearing Loss13
Language Development From Early Childhood to Adolescence in Youths With Fragile X Syndrome13
Effortful Listening Despite Correct Responses: The Cost of Mental Repair in Sentence Recognition by Listeners With Cochlear Implants13
A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of the Language Skills of Youth Offenders13
Comparison of Automated Acoustic Methods for Oral Diadochokinesis Assessment in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis13
Individual Differences in Lexical Contributions to Speech Perception13
Phonological Measures for Bilingual Spanish-English–Speaking Preschoolers: The Language Combination Effect13
Identifying Childhood Expressive Language Features That Best Predict Adult Language and Communication Outcome in Individuals With Autism Spectrum Disorder13
Psychoacoustic and Demographic Factors for Speech Recognition of Older Adult Cochlear Implant Users13
Auditory-Motor Mapping Training Facilitates Speech and Word Learning in Tone Language–Speaking Children With Autism: An Early Efficacy Study13
The Relation Between Vocabulary Knowledge and Phonological Awareness in Children With Cochlear Implants13
Developmental Courses in Childhood Dysarthria: Longitudinal Analyses of Auditory-Perceptual Parameters13
Speech and Anxiety Management With Persistent Stuttering: Current Status and Essential Research13
A Point of View About Fluency13
Vowel Accuracy and Segmental Variability Differentiate Children With Developmental Language Disorder in Nonword Repetition13
Individual Differences in Phonetic Plasticity Across Native and Nonnative Contexts13
The Impact of Communication Modality on Voice Production13
Auditory-Motor Perturbations of Voice Fundamental Frequency: Feedback Delay and Amplification12
Parameter-Specific Morphing Reveals Contributions of Timbre and Fundamental Frequency Cues to the Perception of Voice Gender and Age in Cochlear Implant Users12
Structural Validity, Internal Consistency, and Rater Reliability of the Modified Barium Swallow Impairment Profile: Breaking Ground on a 52,726-Patient, Clinical Data Set12
Disfluency Characteristics of 4- and 5-Year-Old Children Who Stutter and Their Relationship to Stuttering Persistence and Recovery12
A Field-Based Approach to Establish Normative Acoustic Data for Healthy Female Voices12
Longitudinal Changes in Auditory and Cognitive Function in Middle-Aged and Older Adults12
Children With Persistent Versus Transient Early Language Delay: Language, Academic, and Psychosocial Outcomes in Elementary School12
Perception of Correctly and Incorrectly Produced Words in Children With and Without Phonological Speech Sound Disorders12
A Deep Learning Approach for Quantifying Vocal Fold Dynamics During Connected Speech Using Laryngeal High-Speed Videoendoscopy12
Mechanisms of Impaired Swallowing on Thin Liquids Following Radiation Treatment for Oropharyngeal Cancer12
The Dimensionality of Oral Language Ability: Evidence From Young Greek Children12
Estimation of Subglottal Pressure From Neck Surface Vibration in Patients With Voice Disorders12
Change the Things You Can: Modifiable Parent Characteristics Predict High-Quality Early Language Interaction Within Socioeconomic Status12
Gender Differences in Identifying Facial, Prosodic, and Semantic Emotions Show Category- and Channel-Specific Effects Mediated by Encoder's Gender12
Children With Cochlear Implants Use Semantic Prediction to Facilitate Spoken Word Recognition12
The Impact of Lexical and Articulatory Factors in the Automatic Selection of Test Materials for a Web-Based Assessment of Intelligibility in Dysarthria12
Joint Attention and Sensory-Regulatory Features at 13 and 22 Months as Predictors of Preschool Language and Social-Communication Outcomes12
Longitudinal Growth in Intelligibility of Connected Speech From 2 to 8 Years in Children With Cerebral Palsy: A Novel Bayesian Approach12
Exploring Sentence Diversity at the Boundary of Typical and Impaired Language Abilities12
Production of Morphosyntax Within and Across Different Dialects of American English12
Variations in Hyoid Kinematics Across Liquid Consistencies in Healthy Swallowing12
Speech Movement Variability in People Who Stutter: A Vocal Tract Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study11
Associations Between Speech Perception, Vocabulary, and Phonological Awareness Skill in School-Aged Children With Speech Sound Disorders11
Validity of Off-the-Shelf Automatic Speech Recognition for Assessing Speech Intelligibility and Speech Severity in Speakers With Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis11
Quantitative and Qualitative Electroglottographic Wave Shape Differences in Children and Adults Using Voice Map–Based Analysis11
Sensory Responsiveness Is Linked With Communication in Infant Siblings of Children With and Without Autism11
Lexical and Acoustic Characteristics of Young and Older Healthy Adults11
Noise and a Speaker's Impaired Voice Quality Disrupt Spoken Language Processing in School-Aged Children: Evidence From Performance and Response Time Measures11
Vocabulary Acquisition and Usage for Late Talkers Treatment: Effect on Expressive Vocabulary and Phonology11
Sentence Repetition as a Clinical Marker of Developmental Language Disorder: Evidence From Arabic11
Predicting Literacy Skills at 8 Years From Preschool Language Trajectories: A Population-Based Cohort Study11
The Variability in Potential Biomarkers for Cochlear Synaptopathy After Recreational Noise Exposure11
Intelligibility, Articulation Rate, Fluency, and Communicative Efficiency in Typically Developing Children11
Frequency-Following Response in Newborns and Infants: A Systematic Review of Acquisition Parameters11
Automation of the Northwestern Narrative Language Analysis System11
A Comparison of the Perceived Hearing Difficulties of Community and Clinical Samples of Older Adults11
Prevalence of Self-Reported Hearing Loss and Associated Risk Factors: Findings From the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin11
The Impact of Intervention Dose Form on Oral Language Outcomes for Children With Developmental Language Disorder11
Design and Development of a Speech Intelligibility Test Based on Pseudowords in French: Why and How?11
Hybrid Telepractice Delivery of Enhanced Milieu Teaching: Effects on Caregiver Implementation and Child Communication11
Word Learning by Preschool-Age Children With Developmental Language Disorder: Impaired Encoding and Robust Consolidation During Slow Mapping11
Maximum Speech Performance and Executive Control in Young Adult Speakers11
Developmental Language Disorder and Uninhibited Primitive Reflexes in Young Children11
Age-Related Differences in the Online Processing of Spoken Semantic Context and the Effect of Semantic Competition: Evidence From Eye Gaze11
Performance of Forced-Alignment Algorithms on Children's Speech11
Auditory-Perceptual Features of Speech in Children and Adults With Down Syndrome: A Speech Profile Analysis11
Changes in the Daily Phonotrauma Index Following the Use of Voice Therapy as the Sole Treatment for Phonotraumatic Vocal Hyperfunction in Females11
Language Decline Characterizes Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment Independent of Cognitive Decline10
Contralateral Routing of Signal Systems Can Improve Speech Recognition and Comprehension in Dynamic Classrooms10
Multichannel Perception of Emotion in Speech, Voice, Facial Expression, and Gesture in Individuals With Autism: A Scoping Review10
Younger Age at Cochlear Implant Activation Results in Improved Auditory Skill Development for Children With Congenital Deafness10
Measuring the Subjective Cost of Listening Effort Using a Discounting Task10
A Tool for Automatic Scoring of Spelling Performance10
Investigating Narrative Performance in Children With Developmental Language Disorder: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis10
Neuroanatomical Correlates of Macrolinguistic Aspects in Narrative Discourse in Unilateral Left and Right Hemisphere Stroke: A Voxel-Based Morphometry Study10
A Novel Hierarchical Framework for Measuring the Complexity and Irregularity of Multimodal Speech Signals and Its Application in the Assessment of Speech Impairment in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis10
Playing With BEARS: Balancing Effort, Accuracy, and Response Speed in a Semantic Feature Verification Anomia Treatment Game10
Perceptual Benefits of Extended Bandwidth Hearing Aids With Children: A Within-Subject Design Using Clinically Available Hearing Aids10
Comparing Speech Recognition for Listeners With Normal and Impaired Hearing: Simulations for Controlling Differences in Speech Levels and Spectral Shape10
An Evaluation of Expedited Transcription Methods for School-Age Children's Narrative Language: Automatic Speech Recognition and Real-Time Transcription10
Measuring “Language Access Profiles” in Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children With the DHH Language Exposure Assessment Tool10
Integrative Review and Framework of Suggested Mechanisms in Primary Muscle Tension Dysphonia10
A Midsagittal-View Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study of the Growth and Involution of the Adenoid Mass and Related Changes in Selected Velopharyngeal Structures10
Influences of Methodological Decisions on Assessing the Spatiotemporal Stability of Speech Movement Sequences10
Memory-Paced Tapping to Auditory Rhythms: Effects of Rate, Speech, and Motor Engagement10
A Multidisciplinary Delphi Consensus Study of Communicative Participation in Young Children With Language Disorders10
Moving Beyond Single Word Acquisition of Speech Sounds to Connected Speech Development With Dynamic Assessment10
Temperament and the Impact of Stuttering in Children Aged 8–14 Years10
Does More Compression Mean More Pressure? A New Classification for Muscle Tension Dysphonia10
Bimodal Benefit for Music Perception: Effect of Acoustic Bandwidth10
Language Impairment in Autistic Adolescents and Young Adults10
Independent and Combined Effects of Fundamental Frequency and Vocal Tract Length Differences for School-Age Children's Sentence Recognition in a Two-Talker Masker10
Minimally Detectable Change of Speech Intelligibility in Speakers With Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's Disease10
A Randomized Controlled Trial of the Effects of Group Conversation Treatment on Monologic Discourse in Aphasia10
Deficits of Learning in Procedural Memory and Consolidation in Declarative Memory in Adults With Developmental Language Disorder10
Validation of an Automated Procedure for Calculating Core Lexicon From Transcripts10
Co-Occurrence of Hypernasality and Voice Impairment in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: Acoustic Quantification10
The Role of Voice Quality in Mandarin Sarcastic Speech: An Acoustic and Electroglottographic Study10
Hand Gestures Facilitate the Acquisition of Novel Phonemic Contrasts When They Appropriately Mimic Target Phonetic Features10
A Preliminary Investigation of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Characteristics in Adults Who Stutter10
Variation in Speech Intelligibility Ratings as a Function of Speech Rate Modification in Parkinson's Disease9
Applying Generalizability Theory to Optimize Analysis of Spontaneous Teacher Talk in Elementary Classrooms9
English and Spanish Predictors of Grade 3 Reading Comprehension in Bilingual Children9
Medialization Laryngoplasty: A Review for Speech-Language Pathologists9
Language Profiles and Their Relation to Cognitive and Motor Skills at 30 Months of Age: An Online Investigation of Low-Risk Preterm and Full-Term Children9
Lexical–Semantic Cues Induce Sound Pattern Stability in Children With Developmental Language Disorder9
Tonal Language Speakers Are Better Able to Segregate Competing Speech According to Talker Sex Differences9
Developmental Functional Modules in Infant Vocalizations9
Tracking the Costs of Clear and Loud Speech: Interactions Between Speech Motor Control and Concurrent Visuomotor Tracking9
The Effect of Deep Brain Stimulation of the Subthalamic Nucleus on Language Function in Parkinson's Disease: A Systematic Review9
Forward Digit Span and Word Familiarity Do Not Correlate With Differences in Speech Recognition in Individuals With Cochlear Implants After Accounting for Auditory Resolution9
Emergent Literacy in Spanish-Speaking Children With Developmental Language Disorder: Preliminary Findings of Delays in Comprehension- and Code-Related Skills9
Surface Electromyography–Based Recognition, Synthesis, and Perception of Prosodic Subvocal Speech9
Bimodal Benefits Revealed by Categorical Perception of Lexical Tones in Mandarin-Speaking Kindergarteners With a Cochlear Implant and a Contralateral Hearing Aid9
Feasible Implementation Strategies for Improving Vocabulary Knowledge of High-Risk Preschoolers: Results From a Cluster-Randomized Trial9
Perceptual Classification of Motor Speech Disorders: The Role of Severity, Speech Task, and Listener's Expertise9
Determining the Relationship Between Hyoid Bone Kinematics and Airway Protection in Swallowing9
Attentional Bias Among Adolescents Who Stutter: Evidence for a Vigilance–Avoidance Effect9
Working Memory Predicts New Word Learning Over and Above Existing Vocabulary and Nonverbal IQ9
Effects of Physiological Arousal on Speech Motor Control and Speech Motor Practice in Preschool-Age Children Who Do and Do Not Stutter9
Inertagrams for a Variety of Semi-Occluded Vocal Tracts9
Rhythm Perception, Speaking Rate Entrainment, and Conversational Quality: A Mediated Model9
Statistical Learning and the Effect of Starting Small in Developmental Dyslexia9
Cross-Validation and Normative Values for the German Vocal Tract Discomfort Scale9
A Meta-Analysis of the Association Between the Voice Handicap Index and Objective Voice Analysis9
A Clinical Advantage: Experience Informs Recognition and Adaptation to a Novel Talker With Dysarthria9
Evaluating a Maintenance-Based Treatment Approach to Preventing Lexical Dropout in Progressive Anomia9
The Role of Talker Variability in Nonnative Phonetic Learning: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis9
A Computational Model for Estimating the Speech Motor System's Sensitivity to Auditory Prediction Errors9
A Cross-Linguistic Validation of the Test for Rating Emotions in Speech: Acoustic Analyses of Emotional Sentences in English, German, and Hebrew9
What Is “Music” in Music-to-Language Transfer? Musical Ability But Not Musicianship Supports Cantonese Listeners' English Stress Perception8
Acuity to Changes in Self-Generated Vocal Pitch in Parkinson's Disease8
The Acoustic Features and Didactic Function of Foreigner-Directed Speech: A Scoping Review8
Categorical Perception of Pitch Contours and Voice Onset Time in Mandarin-Speaking Adolescents With Autism Spectrum Disorders8
Efficient Estimation of Children's Language Exposure in Two Bilingual Communities8
Is High-Intensity Speech Intervention Better? A Comparison of High-Intensity Intervention Versus Low-Intensity Intervention in Children With a Cleft Palate8
Effect of Training With Anchors on Auditory-Perceptual Evaluation of Dysphonia in Speech-Language Pathology Students8
Benefit of Musical Training for Speech Perception and Cognition Later in Life8
Core Outcome Set Use in Poststroke Aphasia Treatment Research: Examining Barriers and Facilitators to Implementation Using the Theoretical Domains Framework8
Patterns of Development in Spanish–English Conceptually Scored Vocabulary Among Elementary-Age Dual Language Learners8
The Contribution of Vocabulary, Grammar, and Phonological Awareness Across a Continuum of Narrative Ability Levels in Young Children8
A Comparison of Manual Versus Automated Quantitative Production Analysis of Connected Speech8
Cognitive Flexibility for Semantic and Perceptual Information in Developmental Stuttering8
Outcomes for Feeding Tube-Dependent Children With Oral Aversion in an Intensive Interdisciplinary Treatment Program8
Using Peer Supports to Encourage Adolescents With Autism Spectrum Disorder to Show Interest in Their Conversation Partners8
Acoustic Change Over Time in Spastic and/or Flaccid Dysarthria in Motor Neuron Diseases8
A Longitudinal Evaluation of Speech Rate in Primary Progressive Apraxia of Speech8
Pedigree-Based Gene Mapping Supports Previous Loci and Reveals Novel Suggestive Loci in Specific Language Impairment8
Speech Development Between 30 and 119 Months in Typical Children II: Articulation Rate Growth Curves8
Predicting Which Children Will Normalize Without Intervention for Speech Sound Disorders8
Associations Between Language Difficulties, Peer Victimization, and Bully Perpetration From 3 Through 8 Years of Age: Results From a Population-Based Study8
A Comparison of Natural Language Samples Collected From Minimally and Low-Verbal Children and Adolescents With Autism by Parents and Examiners8
Quantifying Vocal Power: Correlation of Whole-Body Anaerobic Power to Vocal Function Measures8
Psychometrics of the Pragmatic Rating Scale for School-Age Children With a Range of Linguistic and Social Communication Skills8
Speech Intensity Response to Altered Intensity Feedback in Individuals With Parkinson's Disease8
Perceptual Evaluation of Speech Naturalness in Speakers of Varying Gender Identities8
Cultural and Linguistic Adaptation of the Consensus Auditory-Perceptual Evaluation of Voice (CAPE-V) Into Hindi8
Toward an Individualized Neural Assessment of Receptive Language in Children8
The Relationship Between Single-Word Speech Severity and Intelligibility in Childhood Apraxia of Speech8
Reporting and Reproducibility of Meta-Analysis in Speech, Language, and Hearing Research8
Social Judgments of Digitally Manipulated Stuttered Speech: Cognitive Heuristics Drive Implicit and Explicit Bias8
The Perception of Regional Dialects and Foreign Accents by Cochlear Implant Users8
Cognitive Flexibility and Effortful Control in School-Age Children With and Without Stuttering Disorders8
Training Complements for Belief Reasoning in Developmental Language Disorder8
Bilingualism as a Purported Risk Factor for Stuttering: A Close Look at a Seminal Study (Travis et al., 1937)8
Acoustic Model of Perceived Overall Severity of Dysphonia in Adductor-Type Laryngeal Dystonia8