Jana Sobecks

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Adequate body and vocal fold hydration are believed to be critical to phonation. We hypothesized that body fluid reduction, without dehydration, would increase phonation threshold pressure (P(th)) and be associated with patient-perceived increases in phonatory effort and worsening voice quality. Using a single-subject, full-reversal design, a controlled(More)
This experiment examined the hypothesis that training production of syntactically complex sentences results in generalization to less complex sentences that have processes in common with treated structures. Using a single subject experimental design, 4 individuals with agrammatic aphasia were trained to comprehend and produce filler-gap sentences with(More)
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