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Vestibular function following blast injury2011Mills, Kristal N.StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
Use of Oral Language General Outcome Measures to Describe Children According to Language Sta...2011Strein, Alicia StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
Traumatic Brain Injury: Reclaiming ‘Self’ Through Voluntarism2017Reynolds, Jillian GraceStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders - Student, ASU
Traumatic Brain Injury Training For Compensated Caregivers: Experiences In North Carolina2017Fender, Emily StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders - Student, ASU
Three studies on the assessment and diagnosis of auditory processing disorders2015Shaikh, Mohsin Ahmed M.StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
A therapeutic approach for improved vocal performance in individuals in teaching occupations...2005Sonnenberg, Lori L.StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
Teacher Implemented Pivotal Response Training To Improve Communication In Children With Auti...2011Gouvousis, Aphroditi StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
Subjective and Objective Screening Measures for Dysphonia Pre-Thyroidectomy2013Sanders, Ashley StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
Structural aging of the utricular macula in mice2012Pierce, Jessica StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
Stability of conversational language samples from children in kindergarten: the effects of t...2011DeBrock, Lindsay StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
Social Communication between Intellectually Disabled Severe Middle School Students who use ...2013Frueh, Sarah StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
Sign Language And Spoken Language Development In Normal Hearing Children, Children With Mild...2018Behm, Hayley StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders - Student, ASU
School Environment and Coping Resources: A Predictive Model of School Counselor Burnout2005Stephan, Julie BethStudentCounseling and Educational Development, UNCG
Schedule Distribution and Motor Learning Guided Treatment with Childhood Apraxia of Speech2011Webb, Caitlin L.StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
Rural elementary school staff's knowledge of and experience with pediatric concussion2020Stewart, Lindsay M.StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, WCU
Role of medial olivocochlear neural efferent pathway in perception of tinnitus in presence o...2018Tayade, Amitkumar GulabraoStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
The role of lexical and semantic access efficiency in predicting reading fluency in second a...2011Gee, Brittney StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
Risk factors related to familial hemorrhagic stroke2017Hanley, Holly AnnStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
The relationship between working memory and verbal fluency following traumatic brain injury2012Cralidis, Ann LouiseStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
Question use following right hemisphere brain damage2014Minga, Jamila M.StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
Quantifying the qualities of team players using the Lencioni framework of humble, hungry, an...2019McMurry, Summer V.StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
The prevalence of racial/ethnic and socioeconomic factors in pressure-equalization tube trea...2020Cotton, Catherine L.StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
A polymorphism in human Estrogen-related receptor beta (ESRRß) is associated with physiologi...2013Bhatt, Ishan SunilkumarStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
Motor Learning Guided Treatment with Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Cueing & Feedback2011Williamson, Sarah ElizabethStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
Mental health professionals' knowledge of aphasia2016Barnes, Chandler KirstenStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, WCU