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The relationship between phonological and auditory processing and brain organization in beginning readers
We employed brain-behavior analyses to explore the relationship between performance on tasks measuring phonological awareness, pseudoword decoding, and rapid auditory processing (all predictors ofExpand
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Ultrasound biofeedback treatment for persisting childhood apraxia of speech.
PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of a treatment program that includes ultrasound biofeedback for children with persisting speech sound errors associated with childhoodExpand
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Phonological awareness and types of sound errors in preschoolers with speech sound disorders.
PURPOSE Some children with speech sound disorders (SSD) have difficulty with literacy-related skills, particularly phonological awareness (PA). This study investigates the PA skills of preschoolersExpand
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Ultrasound visual feedback treatment and practice variability for residual speech sound errors.
PURPOSE The goals were to (a) test the efficacy of a motor-learning-based treatment that includes ultrasound visual feedback for individuals with residual speech sound errors and (b) explore whetherExpand
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Early and late talkers: school-age language, literacy and neurolinguistic differences.
Early language development sets the stage for a lifetime of competence in language and literacy. However, the neural mechanisms associated with the relative advantages of early communication success,Expand
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Toward improved spectral measures of /s/: results from adolescents.
PURPOSE This article introduces theoretically driven acoustic measures of /s/ that reflect aerodynamic and articulatory conditions. The measures were evaluated by assessing whether they revealedExpand
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Identification of Conductive Hearing Loss in Young Infants Using Tympanometry and Wideband Reflectance
Objective: The goal of the study was to evaluate the effectiveness of tympanometry and wideband reflectance (WBR) in detecting conductive hearing loss (CHL) in young infants. Methods: Type of hearingExpand
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Preschool speech error patterns predict articulation and phonological awareness outcomes in children with histories of speech sound disorders.
PURPOSE To determine if speech error patterns in preschoolers with speech sound disorders (SSDs) predict articulation and phonological awareness (PA) outcomes almost 4 years later. METHODExpand
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Glutamate and Choline Levels Predict Individual Differences in Reading Ability in Emergent Readers
Reading disability is a brain-based difficulty in acquiring fluent reading skills that affects significant numbers of children. Although neuroanatomical and neurofunctional networks involved inExpand
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Structural brain differences in school-age children with residual speech sound errors
The purpose of the study was to identify structural brain differences in school-age children with residual speech sound errors. Voxel based morphometry was used to compare gray and white matterExpand
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